Boiled Egg Chaat is the yummiest recipe to eat while shedding kilos.
Protein, good fats and vitamins, all can be found within a single ingredient – the humble egg. It is known to have a very high protein content which makes it an ideal ingredient for weight loss. Egg is not just nutritionally beneficial but also extremely versatile. There are a number of recipes which you can try while using egg in your weight loss diet. Boiled eggs use minimal oil and are the perfect healthy addition to your diet. This Boiled egg chaat takes them a step further with a delicious Desi twist.
Boiled eggs may be one of the healthiest way to consume for weight loss, but eating them plain everyday can often become boring. Chaat-lovers can rejoice for this healthy yet delicious Boiled egg chaat. This Boiled eggchaat combines the goodness of eggs with a number of interesting spices and condiments to give your tastebuds a whole new experience. The recipe is completely healthy and uses zero oil in the preparation.
Why Boiled Egg Chaat For Weight Loss?
Eggs are recommended by experts and nutritionists to add to your weight loss diet. Macrobiotic Nutritionist and Health Practitioner Shilpa Arora says, “With their high quality proteins and fat soluble vitamins, eggs are the perfect delicious treats for anyone looking to lose weight.” Further, eggs are known to boost metabolic activity in the body. According to the book ‘Healing Foods’ by DK Publishing, “Evidence suggests that during digestion, egg proteins are converted into peptides that help lower blood pressure in the same way as conventional drugs, such as ACE inhibitors. In addition, most of the fats in eggs are mono-and polyunsaturated, and other fatty acids called phospholipids help reduce the absorption of cholesterol.”
How To Make Boiled Egg Chaat | Boiled Egg Chaat Recipe
Boiled egg chaat recipe requires barely 20 minutes from start to finish. Begin by preparing the yummy chutney mix for the chaat by using tomato ketchup, chilli sauce, tamarind extract, lemon juice, roasted cumin, green chillies and salt. Now, cut the boiled egg into two parts and spread the chutney over the boiled egg. Sprinkle chopped spring onion onto the egg, along with a pinch of garam masala and boondi. Your Boiled egg chaat is ready to be served!
Spruce up your diet with this boiled egg chaat! The next time you feel hungry, you can indulge in this chaat guilt-free and tantalise your tastebuds with a healthy yet tasty dish. Click here for the full recipe of boiled egg chaat.
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