Premature hunger is a problem for most of us. Then when we get hungry, we turn our attention to delicious spicy unhealthy snacks. If you’re also looking for a solution to this problem, then don’t worry next time and consider the traditional recipes in the “Go Local” line. Not only is this healthy and delicious, it will also quell your snack cravings. One of the traditional recipes from Maharashtra is Lauki Mutke.
Let us know its health benefits and how to make it.
Indian food has many options when it comes to snacks. We have it all, from fried dishes to steamed dishes, savory or sweet!
Maharashtra is a state known for its amazing and rich traditional cuisine. There are snacks and treats for every occasion. Recently, celebrity chef Saransh Goila shared a similar recipe from Dudhiche Mutke in his Instagram post. Lauki Mutka is a super healthy recipe perfect for weight loss.
Lauki Mutke or Doodhi Mutka is made by steaming. So what are you waiting for? Put on your apron and try this gourd mug recipe right away.
Let’s make this recipe that will be a sensation on social media
First, grate the gourd and put it in a bowl.
2 of the 2 chopped green chillies, tsp ajwain, salt to taste, 1 tbsp
Add the ginger garlic paste and stir well with the curd. After that, add 2 tablespoons of oil, 1/2 bowl of chopped cilantro, and 1 cup of satu.
Use sattu flour and oil to make a smooth batter for 3 gourd mutkas. Now, grease your steamer or dhokla pan, make a small portion of mutka and put them in the pot. Let it steam for about 25 minutes and set aside.
Prepare a tempering of 4 Mutkas. Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds, sesame seeds and asafoetida.Now add the mutkas and serve hot
Why Lauki Mutke is a Healthy Choice for Snacks
Loki is a fiber-rich vegetable. In addition to this, it is also very low in calories. According to Upasana Sharma, the fiber in gourds is very helpful for weight loss. Due to the high amount of water and fiber, cucurbits can keep the stomach full for a long time, which can help with weight loss.
Gourds provide all the nutrients needed to keep your body in check. Our professional nutritionist, Upasana Sharma, explains: “Gourds are very low in saturated fat and cholesterol and are rich in water and nutrients needed to reduce body fat. Vegetables contain essential nutrients such as vitamin C, vitamin B, vitamin K , Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Iron, Folic Acid, Magnesium and Potassium.