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Typhoid Snacks recipes
Last Updated : Jan 08,2019
It is good to snack between meals, to instil a bit more energy into your tired self and put you back on track! Junk foods are absolutely blacklisted during a typhoid attack. So, don’t think twice before putting away the pizzas, pastas, mithais, aerated drinks, cakes and chocolates, which not only load your digestive system but also inhibit your immune system!
Replace these with healthy snacks like the Fruit Chaat, Quick Rice Panki, or Moong Dal Dosa. These will ensure you get enough protein and vitamins – much needed nutrients for your body to recover from typhoid.
For some very light snack options, you can try Date and Walnut Balls, Apple Stew, etc., or a drink like the Watermelon and Coconut Water Drink.
Snacks that are made of eggs, milk and milk products must be chosen selectively, based on individual tolerance to these ingredients.
Enjoy our healthy typhoid recipes, Indian typhoid diet and other typhoid articles below.
Typhoid Low Fibre
Typhoid Protein Rich
Rice Porridge by Tarla Dalal
Light on the stomach and comforting to the taste buds, this Rice Porridge, mildly-flavoured with cumin seeds, is ideal when you are feeling tired or unwell. It helps soothe your senses and top up your energy levels, slowly bringing you back to normal.
When the rice is cooked till soft, it is ea ....
Rice and Moong Dal Idli by Tarla Dalal
Rice and Moong Dal Idli is a variant of the most popular South Indian snack, Idli, which is traditionally made with rice and urad dal. The well-tested proportions of rice and green moong dal used in this recipe result in a pleasant texture, taste and colour, which will be loved by all your family me ....
15 Jun 14
Quick Rice Panki by Tarla Dalal
Quick Rice Panki steamed in between banana leaves is a favourite Gujarati snack. Urad dal flour helps to bind the panki batter and make very thin pankis. Serve the pankis hot from the tava and let your guests peel off the banana leaves and enjoy the steaming hot pankis with spicy green chutney.
Scrambled Eggs by Tarla Dalal
Scrambled Eggs is an international favourite, especially at breakfast time. It is easy to make, sumptuous and amazingly tasty, so why not give it a try?
This perfect breakfast
recipe will be soft and gooey, and not fully coo ....
Fried Egg, Perfect Fried Egg Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Start your day tastefully, with this delicious Fried Egg for breakfast. It is a yummy dish made by frying egg on a non-stick tava and seasoning it with everyday spices.
This easy and quick dish has to be served immediately to enjoy its soft yet slightly-crisp texture. With
Apple Stew ( Baby and Toddler) by Tarla Dalal
At 8 to 9 months, babies start getting more active – and, of course, naughtier too. Naturally, they need more energy and more nutrients to fuel their activities and growth.
By now, your child will be used to liquid foods like the Apple Punch and so this recipe represents the next stage, of hav ....
Nutritious Idlis by Tarla Dalal
A variant of the popular South Indian
idli, which is a perfect example of a complete protein combination, with the right proportions of cereal (rice) and pulse (moong dal).
While idlis are traditionally prepared with urad, this Nutritious Idli is prepa ....
Rice Appe by Tarla Dalal
A well-proportioned batter of raw rice and urad dal is fermented, tempered and cooked in an appe mould, to get dainty, fluffy and flavour-packed Rice Appe.
Easy to make, but a bit more exotic than idlis and dosas, the Rice Appe is popular in South India as an evening snack, served with sambhar ....
14 Dec 18
Date and Walnut Balls by Tarla Dalal
Ever yearned for a mithai that is fuss-free yet irresistibly tasty? Well, here is your wish come true. All it takes to make these Date and Walnut Balls is chop, mix and shape, yet it is so good. Thanks to sweet and sticky dates, this sweet requires no sugar, which means it is not too high on calorie ....
21 Jan 09
Fruit Chaat (100 Calorie Snacks) by Tarla Dalal
Suggested serving size for 100 calories: 1 serving
the low-cal, nutritive fruit chaat is an all-time favourite, anytime snack. The tangy and sweet orange-mint dressing lends it a dash of exotica.
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