Healthy Indian salad recipes

Healthy Indian salad recipes
Salad recipes are typically taken as an alternative to the meal. However, these protein-rich salads can also be eaten on their own to fulfill all the vitamins & nutrients needed to form a balanced meal.


When it comes to salads, there are endless possibilities. But if you're looking for a salad that's both healthy and flavorful, look no further than these Indian-inspired recipes. From a colorful Quinoa Salad with Mango and Chickpeas to a hearty Kale and Potato Salad, these dishes are sure to please. And best of all, they're all relatively easy to make. So go ahead and give them a try!


1. Healthy Salads Recipes:


Kachumber salad: An Indian salad called kachumber is made of finely diced tomatoes, cucumbers, and onions. If you have access to them, you can also add carrots and radish to this salad. The easy and delicious dressing that follows can be made using vinegar, yogurt, salt, pepper, and lemon. Additionally, you may experiment with a number of variations by including rock salt, cumin powder, and mint chutney. This salad is crunchy, flavorful, extremely cooling, good for you, and oil-free. 

Chickpea salad: Choose this satisfying, protein-rich chickpea salad if you want to increase the protein in your diet. Take some carrots, paneer, capsicum, bell peppers, and boiled cauliflower to make this salad. Depending on how big or little you want your vegetables to be, chop these. Add them to a dish of cooked chickpeas and combine. Take one-fourth cup of oil and season with salt, pepper, and optional chili powder to taste to make the dressing. Mix the salad with the dressing well before serving. If you want to make it tangier, you may also add extra lemon juice.. 

Mango salad: Mangoes may be made into a delectable salad, so why just eat them plain? Slice the raw, ripe, cucumber, and onion into thin strips for the mango salad. Add the mangoes and cucumber to some jaggery that has been melted in warm water. Take away the ingredients after allowing them to soak up the jaggery's sweetness for 5 minutes. Now combine them in a bowl with finely chopped onions, season with salt and pepper, and add the mint leaves. 

Rajma salad: Rajma can be turned into a salad if you have any leftovers. Try this tasty and simple meal by combining half a cup of leftover rajma with finely chopped onions, tomatoes, cabbage, and spring onions. Dry fruits like walnuts and peanuts are other options you have. Just a little freshly squeezed lemon juice, salt, and pepper, to taste, will improve the flavor. Enjoy! 

Quinoa Salad with Mango and Chickpeas: This vibrant salad is perfect for a summer picnic or potluck. It's packed with protein-rich quinoa, sweet mango, and hearty chickpeas. For an extra boost of flavor, add in some diced red onion and fresh cilantro. 

Kale and Potato Salad: This hearty salad is perfect for a winter meal. It features nutritious kale, roasted potatoes, and a zesty lemon dressing. For some added protein, top it off with a hard-boiled egg or some cooked chicken. 

Indian Cucumber Salad: This refreshing salad is perfect for a hot summer day. It's made with cool cucumbers, sweet onions, and a tangy yogurt dressing. For an extra bit of flavor, add in some chopped fresh mint or cilantro.

So there you have it, three healthy and delicious Indian salad recipes. Give them a try the next time you're looking for a tasty and nutritious meal! 



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