Healthy eating is on the rise. The consumer is now more informed than ever, all thanks to the dot com revolution. Burgers are swapped for tall glasses of smoothies, and dishes with copious amounts of spice and cheese have been exchanged for a bowl of healthy salad. Conscious living, transparent ingredient labels and locally sourced organic produce are all more in demand than ever before. And if you ask us, we're here for it. Put your grocery haul (bougie as it may be) to use, with these five protein-packed meals that are sure to keep that gut, mind and heart happy.
High- protein cutlets
Super fun as an appetiser at a party, or along with your cup of tea (even better if it is a masala chai), these green chickpea cutlets are abundant in proteins. Add to the mix some paneer and a whole lot of spices, and it will not disappoint.
Soya yakhni pulao
The benefits of soya are many. Apart from being a good source of proteins and fibre, they are also rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Our recipe is super easy, making it ideal to pack in a tiffin as well. Try it now.
Fussy children and healthy food seldom go together. But we have a solution to this as well. Covered by the illusion of a savoury snack, our sprout chana recipe has all the proteins you need today. Don't forget to save it, because we know it's going to become a favourite.
We all need a break from the usual dal-chawal menu, once in a while. To save you from the monotony here's a dalitoy recipe, which is a dal recipe that is abundant in protein, infused with Konkan flavours.
Soya kathi roll
You can now enjoy kathi rolls whenever, absolutely guilt-free without obsessing over the calorie count. If you are thinking how, the answer lies in this recipe.
Tell us! Which protein packed dish is going to be your go-to?
Natasha Kittur is an aspiring writer. Her love for anything with cheese and spice is profound, but a white sauce pasta always tops her list. In her free time you will catch her reading or watching crime books and shows or go on and on about psychological experiments and theories. She aims to write a book in the fictional genre someday.