Nutritious Pav Bhaji
Suman Agarwal, nutritionist and founder of Self-Care by Suman shows you how to make delicious pav bhaji, but with a healthy twist.
Pav bhaji usually contains lots of potatoes and butter. By reducing the number of potatoes used in this recipe, you can make the dish with fewer carbs. Along with several vegetables, Suman Agarwal also adds sprouted moong to increase the recipe’s nutritional value. The vegetables are not overcooked so that they retain their texture and nutrients.
Benefits Of Healthy Pav Bhaji
Many vegetables like peas, carrots, cauliflower and capsicum add vitamins and minerals to the pav bhaji while also making it high in fibre. Sprouted moong is a good source of protein, and the potatoes with little bit of oil and butter complete the meal by adding carbs and fat. One serving only contains about 250-300 calories.
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