Healthy Food for family - tips

One of the easiest traps to fall into when money is tight is to eat unhealthy foods. Like Packet Chips or Biscuits, Which Costs from Rs 5 to Rs 20.

Healthy foods seem to be so expensive, after all. However, there are ways to save money while eating healthier foods.
Great tips on Healthy Indian Food

 Yes, you can skip the readymade noodles, or Biscuits and still feed your family well.

What’s the trick?

Using Authentic Pure Organic Spices like Meera Spices Haldi (Turmeric), Jeera (Cummins) or even the blended mix of Indian Spices, makes you healthier eating as well as save money and time.

Let's be True, Indian foods are full of spices or masala. Due to different kind of masala blends the taste of Indian Food, from breakfast to dinner differs. So, the First Tip is to Keep Ready best Pure organic Spices for the Cooking. 

 When you have the Spices, you can make 100's of quick and easy Indian food for your delight.

Check out some of the Great Quick Recipes for your Family and Kids.

Whether you work at home or outside the home, your life can often be so hectic that it just seems simpler to order pizza or cook pre-packaged convenience foods. However, these are typically much less healthy for you than foods you cook yourself.

The need to have Healthy food is more and more searched throughout the world in Google, YouTube, Facebook.

If you can manage to cook and eat the Indian food, that's a great way to avoid unhealthy eating. Time and Again Indian Food, especially the Spicy recipes are regarded as the best.

Start by picking out the recipes you would like to make. Deciding on what you are serving ahead of time can keep you from deciding on something less healthy but easier to make just because you don’t feel like taking the time to cook the healthier food.

If time is a major issue, consider recipes where you can prepare it partially or fully in advance. There are people who do an entire week’s cooking in one day, storing the meals in the refrigerator or freezer.

Even if you can’t entirely prepare the meal in advance, consider chopping the vegetables in advance.

Planning your meals in advance also helps with your grocery shopping. Use your plans to create your shopping list. 

You may even want to plan your meals at the same time as you plan your shopping list by taking a look at what is on special at whichever grocery stores you plan to shop at. 

To save as much as possible, limit yourself to what is on that list. No impulse purchases! It takes self-discipline but cutting back on impulse items can be a huge help.

They may seem expensive, but fruits and vegetables that are in season are actually quite affordable and can be an excellent alternative to sugary or salty snacks. Their frozen counterparts are also quite good for you and may be quite affordable.

Make the most of your leftovers. It’s all to easy to forget them and have to clean out the fridge several days later. Wasted food is money you’re throwing out. Pull those leftovers out for lunch!

Finally, pay attention to how you’re cooking your food. You may not need as much oil as you’ve been using, for example. Stir frying can be a great way to mix your Paneer and vegetables up with a delicious sauce.

Try mixing them up with some spices like chat masala rather than butter... there are wonderful ways to bring out the Flavors of vegetables by Steaming too.

Well, Some of the Tips that we had discussed above can be a great reference for Healthy Eating ways, especially in India.

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