Here’s a new and delicious Portion Control Meal Plate which has some of the best and nutritious recipes such as Methi Kadhi Pakora, Dhaba Style Green Moong Dal Makhani, Aloo Gobhi Sabzi, Satvik Carrot Sprout Salad along with Curd and Phulka.
Firstly, we have a Methi Kadhi Pakora, where Methi Crispy Pakoras are dipped in a delicious Kadhi base which is made of yogurt and besan. In this, we have not fried the methi pakoras, instead we have made in in paniyaram pan which uses very less oil, making it healthy. This Kadhi is Served with Dhaba Style Green Moong Dal which has all the flavours of a typical North Indian road side Dhaba and is also rich in proteins.
To complete the meal we have Aloo Gobhi Sabzi, which is a simple stir fry where Cauliflower and Potatoes are sauteed with basic spices, making it apt for Lunch Box along with Tawa Paratha. We also have some Curd, Salad and Phulka that completes this meal. If you prefer eating rice, you can skip the Phulka and serve one bowl of Steamed Rice with this meal.
Eating in right proportions help us to stay fit and healthy, therefore make sure that you don’t overeat and these plates makes it even more easier.
Total Calories: 420 calories approximately
- Methi Kadhi Pakora – 1/2 Katori
- Dhaba Style Green Moong Dal Makhani – 1/2 Katori
- Aloo Gobhi Sabzi – 1/2 Katori
- Satvik Carrot Sprout Salad – 1 Katori
- Curd – 1 Katori
- Phulka – 1
Delicious Methi Pakodas dunked into a delicious Kadhi, is what you need for a weekday Lunch. The kadhi is given a ghee tadka to add to the delicious taste.
We have made a crispy methi pakoda using a Paniyaram pans and hence making it healthy by cooking it in less oil. These methi pakoras are then dunked into the hot kadhi and simmered until the pakoras are soft.
If you like this Methi Pakoda Kadhi Recipe, take a look at more Kadhi Recipes below.
Green Moong Dal Makhani, a dhaba Style wholesome lentil curry which has all the flavours of a road side Dhaba.
Made with Green Moong, flavoured with subtle Indian spices and simmered optionally with cream and butter for as long as 15 minutes makes this dal rich, nutritious and delicious.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Dal Recipes which you can make for our everyday meals:
Easy to make and tasty to eat, Aloo Gobi Sabzi Recipe is a simple and quick recipe that can be made in one pot with the least amount of cooking time.
The delicious flavors from the cauliflower, when combined with garam masala powder along the fresh tomatoes brings out a rich texture and flavour of the aloo gobi sabzi.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Aloo Recipes such as
A simple and delicious Salad, which is filled with nutrition from carrots and sprouts. Carrots are grated and mixed with sprouts and later flavoured with lemon juice, salt and black pepper. You can serve it along with your meal or have it as an evening snack.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Salad Recipes such as:
Malvika Hada is a writer, fashion lover, a big time foodie, travel freak and loves to cook. With a post graduation degree in media and entertainment, Malvika also has a keen interest in filmmaking. Watching her father’s achievements in writing, she developed her passion in the same and decided to make a career in it. If she is not writing about food and fashion, she can be found watching sitcoms at home, hanging out with friends or trying out something new to cook at home.