Eating healthy is not a cumbersome task as most people make it out to be. A few alterations in our lifestyle in both the physical activities we do and the food we eat can go a long way in achieving our fitness goals. It is with this intention of helping out scores of people looking for information on healthy eating, http://www.fitfoodie.in/ has been created by Saffola. The aforementioned platform is like a mini encyclopedia of simple, easy to follow recipes ranging from Asian to Continental to Indian cuisines curated by a Fit Foodie panel of renowned chefs like Kunal Kapur, Saransh Goila, Shipra Khanna as well as nutritionists and food bloggers.
The highlight of all the recipes is the usage of the magical ingredient, oats that are endowed with fibre and proteins. By way of different variants of Saffola Masala Oats – veggie twist, peppy tomato, pepper & spice, masala and coriander etc. classic recipes have been recreated in a delicious and healthy way. There is even the presence of a Fit Foodie Meter with each recipe to showcase how the addition of oats and a simple tweaking of the recipe has increased its health quotient as compared to the regular recipe followed for the same dish.
For those pressed for time, the option of ordering some of the dishes made with these recipes is also available on https://www.holachef.com/ . On a given day under the Saffola Fit Foodie section on the site once can choose to order any two to three delicious dishes listed for the day.
Due to paucity of time I did end up ordering food from Holachef and I was not disappointed nor was I feeling guilty of indulging in my favorite dish, BUTTER CHICKEN. The gravy had a negligible amount of fat used in its preparation and was fortified with goodness of oats through addition of peppy tomato variant of Saffola Masala Oats. I also tried MATAR PANEER made using the veggie twist variant of Saffola Masala Oats. The oats not only added a lovely flavor to the curry but also proved a good thickening agent for the curry. The spice and oily quotient of the dish was low making it a very mild and pleasant dish.
So, now do you still have reasons to not get fit?
- Regional Indian Food & Travel enthusiast