Indians and their love for tea do not require recognition. As soon as the clock reaches 4, our stomachs start to growl naturally and we can combine delicious teatime treats with night cups. These snacks not only satisfy our taste palette, but also raise our energy level to perform the rest of the day’s tasks. If you’re a true tea lover, you know that the snack options from Bonda to Pakora, Namkeen, and Chips are endless. But do you know? Frequent consumption of these snacks can be harmful to your health. This is especially true for those who have difficulty dropping extra kilos, as most of these snacks are fried and made from refined flour (maida flour). So what should we do now? Should I stop snacking with tea? Hmmm, no! It’s not a solution. A smart solution is to replace these snacks with healthy, protein-rich snacks.
Also read: 7 Healthy Snacks You Can Enjoy With Your Evening Tea
We can help you choose the right type of evening snack. We have nominated some of the healthiest snacks to combine with your tea. However, some people think that healthy snacks are not synonymous with the taste component. Well, if you’re one of them, these snacks aren’t just healthy, they’re so tasty, so we’re here to prove you’re wrong. So what are we waiting for? Let’s kick start the list.
This is a list of 7 protein-rich snacks that you must pair with your evening tea. please look:
1. Chana chart
Hit the list with our favorite ones. Karachana, also known as garbanzo beans, is a legume that is considered an ideal option to add to your daily diet. Not only is it a healthy food with high protein and high fiber, it is also a very versatile food that can be used to make a variety of delicacies. One such delicacy is this super delicious Karachana chart. This chart creates the perfect balance of taste and health. Click here for the recipe.
The following is a recipe for samosa made from lagi flour. Now is the time to satisfy your desire for samosas without compromising your health and taste. This healthy teatime treat is perfect for teatime events. Click here for a detailed recipe.
Time to throw away greasy pakora for chai time. In this idli recipe, the streaks are replaced with healthy oats. This is a delicious snack option rich in protein that can be eaten at Shamki Chai. Click here for the complete recipe.
4. Mixed Kibibel Puri
A low-fat, protein-rich, easy and healthy snack with the goodness of millet and finger millet. Prepare and enjoy this mixed millet Bhel Puri at home with plenty of lime squeezed. Find the complete recipe here.
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5. Mungdal and Paneer Ball
From cheelas to pakodas, halwa, khichdi and more, dal can be shaped into a variety of recipes. One such recipe is this very crispy and delicious mung bean and paneer balls. These bite-sized snacks can be oiled, steamed, or fried in the air to help reduce calories. Click here for the recipe.
6. Moong Dal Chaat
This mung bean chart with just a little masala and lemon is definitely a show stealer! Light, healthy and very tasty, this chart is the easiest way to get plenty of protein and support your weight loss diet. Click here for the complete recipe.
7. Chilean soy nugget
Chilean soy nuggets can be easily prepared for everyone to make a protein-filled diet. All you need to do is devote 15 minutes to put together a healthy bowl of chili soy nuggets. Click here for a detailed recipe.
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Now is the time to throw away the greasy and greasy snacks and replace them with these healthy snacks. Try them out and let us know your experience in the comments section below. Best wishes for a happy and healthy treat!