Every now and then, we often pass a bhelpuri vendor and find ourselves tempted beyond measure. While the weather seems great and eating bhel or sev puri might seem harmless, it can give you enough calories which you will have to burn by being physically active for more than an hour.
More so, consuming any eatables from outdoor vendors during the rainy season might not be a good idea as this is the perfect season for the E Coli bacteria to breed. But yes, this doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your favourite “Chaat” at home! I’ve prepared the perfect Skinny Sev Puri recipe that will leave you wanting for more!
It is called skinny because it won’t make you fat or sick!
What You Will Need
- Cucumber – 1 Medium sized (thick slices)
- Tomato – 1 Medium sized (finely chopped)
- Onion – 1 Medium sized (finely chopped)
- Freshly chopped coriander
- Partially Boiled Sprouted Mung – ½ Cup
- Curd – ½ Cup
- Honey – 1 tsp
- Green Chillies – 1 or 2 (finely chopped)
- Crushed Khakhra – 2 tbsp
- Salt, chat masala, red chilli powder – As per taste
How To Prepare Skinny Sev Puri
- Take a bowl and add the sprouted mung, curd, honey, tomato, onion, coriander, green chilies, salt, chat masala and mix well
- Take a plate and place the thick cucumber slices on it
- Using a spoon, place the mixed stuffing on the cucumber slices.
- Top it up with crushed Khakhara for crunch along with some chilli powder
So here is your very simple and healthy chaat recipe!
Please Note: As cucumber forms the base and if you are allergic to it, you can use tomato slices, zucchini, partially boiled beetroot slices or radish slices.
- It is a very low-calorie snack and helps you stay away from the trans-fat found in fried puris
- It is rich in fiber and balanced protein
- Can be prepared quickly and is perfect for people who love fancy mid meals
Do you like this skinny sev puri recipe? Which healthy recipe would you like to see next? Drop us your suggestions in the comments below!