Healthy Recipes for Rainy Seasonby Mark Batham Internet Marketer
Monsoon is the time of joyful showers which provide a relief from the scorching heat of the summer. The pitter-patter of the raindrops matches well with the sound of melodious songs, leaving your taste buds craving for sumptuous dishes. We bring you some delicious yet healthy dishes which are perfectly suited for the weather-
The damp weather during the monsoon can make you susceptible to flu, cold and throat infections. Your immunity levels may become low due to season change and you may become vulnerable to infections. Having a piping hot bowl of soup before a meal can to a great extent help you to reduce your immunity and calorie intake. And if you intend to prepare some different type of soup at home, then mushroom soup would be a good option. Mushrooms are rich in vitamins A, B and C which helps to build the immune system. They are also a rich source of antibiotics which enables them to fight against infections. Ergohioneine, an antioxidant offers protection from free radicals.
If you are looking for egg recipes which you can have as an evening snack which you can prepare within a short span of time, deviled eggs would be a perfect option. To prepare this dish, you will have to boil five eggs and cut them into halves. Then, in a big mixing bowl, assemble green chillies, garlic powder, onions, chilli flakes, mixed herbs, mayonnaise, black pepper, mashed potatoes, salt and yolks of the five eggs. Then mix them well and fill the halved egg pieces with the mixture. You can serve this dish with vegetable salad.
The damp weather of the monsoon season can also lead to several diseases. The presence of excess moisture in the area provides the perfect opportunity for bacteria and microorganisms to breed and hinder your ability to process food. As a result your metabolism can slow down, causing digestion and immunity problems.
Pav Bhaji is a snack which you must have had outside home. However, keeping the hygiene factor in mind you can prepare it at home. The Pav Bhaji which is available at most fast food outlets is usually prepared in the morning and is reheated several times during the day. As a result all vitamins and minerals are destroyed. Moreover the amount of spice added in eatries also exceeds the amount which we usually have at home. If you are in the mood to try something spicy during the monsoon, then Pav Bhaji would be the best option.
Cooking the snack at home ensures that you get the right type of fat(olive oil and poly-saturated vegetable oils, both of which are heart friendly). Make sure that the pav is not fried in butter or ghee. You can apply either of them in little amount once you roast them in a tawa. In case you intend to have a healthier snack, you can add half quantity of potato and substitute the remaining part with rajma.
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