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Rohan Chauhan

Financial analyst (Mudra finance company) | Posted | Food-Cooking


What are the safe foods to eat at Indian weddings for health freaks?


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Weddings are fat affairs in India. Big fat Indian Weddings literally have three times the variety a restaurant serves on a normal day. Apart from food wastage what concerns health freaks most that what to eat or what not to eat. So, here are five foods a health freak can pick in the wedding to stay on their goal.

 

1. Fruit Salad

 

Calories: 100 to 150


The moment you enter the food hall this should be your first snack to eat. Have two good bowls of apples, peaches, kiwis, bananas and watermelons.



2. Roasted Dry Fruit Chaat

 

Calories: 150 to 200

 

Another super healthy snack you must not skip. Have a bowl that consists healthy roasted raisins, sweet potato, cashews, pomegranate, various seeds, pista, peanuts and even makhanas.

 

 

3. Panner Tikka

 

Calories: 150


If you still have space to eat another snack then go for the Paneer tikkas. They are really healthy and if you want to keep it healthier, ask the chef to not use butter on them.

 

 

4. Tawa Daal and Tawa Roti

 

Calories: 300 to 400

 

It is most difficult choice one must make because ditching the dal makhanis and shahi paneer is not easy. However, there is a big difference in the amount of calories as the latter may have thrice the calories than the healthier options.

 

 

5Badam Milk

       

Calories: 70

 

A lot of people think that it is a hefty drink and will be heavy on the stomach, it is quite healthy, high in proteins and low on calories.


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Tawa daal/chicken curry and tawa roti


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This may be the most difficult choice one must make because ditching the dal makhanis and butter chicken is not easy. However, there is a big difference in the amount of calories as the latter may have thrice the calories than the healthier options. Most weddings have a live stall for tawa foods these days and it isn’t only meant for the family elders.


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