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green apple recipes | Indian hara seb recipes | recipes using green apples |
Green apples are naturally sweeter than red apples. Used in salads, juices and smoothies.
Green apples used to make Indian juices.
Kale is considered by experts to be one of the most nutrient-dense ingredients in the world, and fortunately for us, it is tasty too, especially when you choose the mildly-flavoured, small-leaved variety.
Here, we have made a mouth-watering Palak, Kale and Green Apple Juice
, which has a very balanced flavour and nice texture. The ingredients are rich in iron, vitamin C and fibre, which makes it a nutritious snack for weight-watchers.
salads using green apple
1. Juicy pink grapefruit and crunchy green apple are a pretty sight to behold, more so when speckled with chopped walnuts. Their flavours too complement each other beautifully, making this a salad you will really enjoy snacking on. The best part is that this tasty combo is also rich in fibre, which helps curb blood sugar and cholesterol.
Plus, walnuts are also known to be one of the most heart-friendly ingredients, rich in omega 3 fatty acids and vitamin E, which avoid blood clot and maintain healthy arteries. So, enjoy exquisite taste and good health with the Grapefruit and Green Apple Salad
2. This delicious Kale and Apple Salad
combines the unique flavour and texture of kale leaves with crunchy strips of green apple, shredded cabbage and melon seeds.
green apple used in smoothies
this Papaya and Green Apple Smoothie
will win hands down over any junky snack you might consider as an alternative. And it is good for you too, as it contains ample good fat to keep you energetic and active throughout the day. Plus, fibre-rich green apples are bound to keep you satiated for a long time. You will be happy to note that this slow and steady energy giver is perfect for driving you through a workout or sports activity.