5 healthy salads you'll love this season
Reboot your daily meals with these fresh salads this season
Who doesn’t love a plate full of fried goodies with a hot cup of tea on a rainy day? However, monsoon season brings along the chance of a weakened immunity system. So ditch the fried munchies and opt for a bowl of fresh salads that are light on your tummy.
A salad can be a mix of refreshing, tangy, spicy, and sweet flavours. Yet, you can add some extra zing by adding multiple ingredients.
If you have been searching for some unique and healthy salad recipes, your wait is over.
Here’s a list of some easy-to-prepare healthy salads this season that you can include in your diet.
If you are looking for something oil-free and gluten-free, you can include this Kachumber salad in your diet. It takes less than 10 minutes to prepare this dish. The freshly chopped herbs and vegetables give it a refreshing flavour. This salad goes well with any Indian meal.
Paneer and peanut salad
Packed with protein and highly digestible fats, this salad is ideal for vegetarians. Just dice Godrej Jersey Paneer and add a mix of different ingredients like peanuts, pomegranates, boiled peas, cucumber slices, and a dash of honey to enhance the flavour. Add salt and pepper as per your taste, and your salad is ready. The best part is that this paneer and peanut salad is a perfect meal in itself when you are on a diet.
Kala chana chaat
India has a rich chaat culture. And you can mix a chaat and salad recipe to get the best healthy dish. Loaded with protein and minerals, black chickpeas is the signature ingredient in this salad. It takes just 15 minutes to prepare this tangy and delicious chaat salad. With chopped tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, and coriander leaves, it will taste heavenly.
Kosambari veggie salad
Kosambari salad is very popular in South India made with soaked lentils and chopped vegetables. While the actual preparation doesn’t take a lot of time, you do have to soak lentils overnight. Just add cucumber, tomatoes, carrots, and onions to add some tanginess and crunch to your Kosambari salad.
Tangy kabuli chana salad
Add green chilies, tomatoes, and onions to chickpeas that have been soaked overnight. But here’s a twist. To add a tangy flavour, you can use orange juice as a dressing.
Including salads in your diet is a great idea. All you need to do is find your kind of flavours and ingredients and start experimenting!
Have you tried any of these salads? Tell us in the comment section.