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Healthy alternatives to our favourite MAGGI

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With Maggi finally being out of our lives most of us have been searching for alternatives. Isn’t it???

Somewhere deep in our hearts, we always knew that Maggi is not really good for us but we were pretending that ‘all is well’ untill scientifically proven, its high time that we explore other healthier options too.

Here is a list of few options that are not only easy to make but are healthy and nutritious too.

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Healthy alternatives to our favourite MAGGI

  1. 1. Healthy alternatives to our favourite MAGGI www.shilpsnutrilife.com
  2. 2. Chapati noodles Chapati noodles Make few extra chapatis or if you have some leftover chapatis, you can make chapati noodles. Make thin strips of leftover chapatis and fry them in the mixture of onion, tomato, carrot, green chilli, oil and soy sauce, also add chilli flakes, a little amchur powder for great taste. www.shilpsnutrilife.com
  3. 3. Vermicelli or Sevai noodles These are mostly used as dessert (kheer, falooda). You can make it the Indian way by adding loads of vegetables like carrot, beans, onions, peas and even cottage cheese to make them healthy. For a Chinese taste add little soya chilli sauce to it. www.shilpsnutrilife.com
  4. 4. Bread Poha or upma A very famous Indian snack item. This is a simple preparation of bread pieces (cut longitudinally) cooked with mixed vegetables and spices. You can add groundnuts, coconuts, herbs to garnish. www.shilpsnutrilife.com
  5. 5. Spaghetti Spaghetti is a long, thin, cylindrical, solid pasta. Like other pasta, spaghetti is made of milled wheat and water.… A simple preparation with boiled veggies with or without scrambled egg, for taste use garlic tomato paste, pepper, basil,parsley. www.shilpsnutrilife.com
  6. 6. Pasta Whole wheat / Semolina pasta. Pasta is a staple food of traditional Italian cuisine. Just boil it for 5-7 minutes and toss lots of vegetables like corn, capsicum, broccoli, spinach, with any kind of creamy sauce or low fat milk and walnuts or use a variety of healthy sauces like pesto (spinach-based), coconut cream, tomato, etc. www.shilpsnutrilife.com
  7. 7. Rice noodles These are most commonly used in the cuisines of East and Southeast Asia, Tamil Nadu and parts of Kerala, Sri Lanka, Laos, Singapore, Malaysia. Idiyappam, a type of rice noodle, santhakai or sandhavai in the Coimbatore region of Tamil Nadu. A similar mode of preparation called savige is popular in Karnataka. They are usually served with a dash of grated coconut and eaten with a spicy coconut-based curry (potato, gourd, egg, fish or chicken). www.shilpsnutrilife.com
  8. 8. Atta (whole wheat noodles ) Atta ( whole wheat) Noodles Made almost in a similar way or dough like making rotis additionally some homebased masalas like dry coconut and onion paste, tomato puree or garlic onion powder or leftover veggies can spice these aatta noodles up. You can fry them and toss them with shredded vegetables and soya sauce for a quick snack. www.shilpsnutrilife.com
  9. 9. Macroni Macaroni is a variety of dry pasta in the shape of narrow tubes, originating from Italy made with durum wheat. Various ways it can be prepared like it can be used in salads or just add some fresh veggies, few drops of olive oil, top it off with some organic and fresh herbs and you have an amazing, delicious dish ready. www.shilpsnutrilife.com
  10. 10. Khakhra chat Khakhra Originating from the state of Gujarat. Khakhara’s are thin crackers made from mat bean, moong or wheat flour and oil.Crush khakhra or break them into length wise pieces add tomato, onion, cucumber, capsicum, pomegranate, chat masala, ginger chilli paste, mint corriander chutney and tamarind chutney and mix. For another variation instead of chutney add chilli sauce and cheese. www.shilpsnutrilife.com
  11. 11. Sev Sev is a popular protein rich Indian snack food. Sev is essentially small pieces of crunchy noodles made from chickpea flour paste. These noodles vary in thickness. Sev is eaten as a standalone snack as well as a topping on dishes like Bhelpuri andSevpuri. It can be made at home and stored for weeks in airtight containers. Chat made of thick sev, tomato, onion, cucumber, capsicum, sweet corn topped with chilli sauce, amchur powder is also tasty and easy to make. www.shilpsnutrilife.com
  12. 12. Taste maker Make your own taste maker simply mix chilli powder or chilli flakes, coriander powder, chat masala, aamchur (dried mango powder),pepper powder, ginger- garlic paste or garlic podwer, tomato powder and onion powder . Add this any of the above mentioned dishes make it tastier. www.shilpsnutrilife.com
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With Maggi finally being out of our lives most of us have been searching for alternatives. Isn’t it??? Somewhere deep in our hearts, we always knew that Maggi is not really good for us but we were pretending that ‘all is well’ untill scientifically proven, its high time that we explore other healthier options too. Here is a list of few options that are not only easy to make but are healthy and nutritious too.

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