Healthy INDIAN Vegetarian Meal Plan (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Yes, you CAN enjoy Indian food as part of a healthy diet. Watch this video for recipes and read below for more information. Happy Diwali! ♥ LIKE, SHARE this …

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32 thoughts on “Healthy INDIAN Vegetarian Meal Plan (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

  1. Heyyy Joanna …gr8 video ?? if u can make a video on Soyabean chunks related Healthy Recipes in indian style…den it would be a gr8 help…thanx

  2. it s stupid that people think indian food in restaurants is the same like homecooked. I eat indian food almost every day, especially the dishes which dont include frying or cream and I have never eaten healthier in my life. Full of nutrients and vegetables like dal

  3. First time I am seeing Asian(similar Chinese face ) girl on fitness channel (both workout and diet) here also very fit girls but not choose fitness as a career
    all the best you rock ✌
    love from India

  4. I am an Indian and I watch this channel regularly for past 3 years. Love your videos.Lots of love from India. Belated happy diwali.

  5. hey, this is pretty impressive, thanks for taking Indian food to a new level wherein you have kept fitness in mind. Thank u so much, love from India… love your videos.. :)

  6. Happy Diwali Joanna,i really like the video idli are really good.plz visit India again and come to my home in Hyderabad.

  7. Hey thanks. I always wanted to ask you for veg indian meal plan. Thanks. Would luv to see more of veg indian healthy dishes.

  8. Good effort I must say. But for authenticity, you can do some small checks. Idlis are never served with yellow lentil, it is served with a very light Split pigeon peas soup called sambar. And the tempering is very simple. You will get hundreds of recipe videos online to try it. Secondly, the Naans and tandoori rotis are restaurant food. Regular Indian home food has Roti/Chapati/ Fulkas, with zero or little fat used as per choice. You can try that out as a healthier option. Thirdly, in India, we rarely combine chickpeas with cauliflower or brinjal. But there are plenty of healthy recipes of mixed veg curries or chick pea curries that can go in Veg meals. Fourth, the cardinal one, while doing the tempering in a pan, we always put spices in pan in an order, first the whole spices, then the minced, or juicy or chopped ones followed by powdered spices, it is never the other way round. This helps to retain moisture, add flavour and stops powdered spices from getting burnt. If you see the video, while tempering Dal, your powdered spices are burnt to blackness on the sides of the pan, which is not desirable. But thumbs up for such a wonderful try and I salute your love for Indian food.

  9. really nice video enjoyed it….it was really surprising that you did this video for Indian fan….? hope u will continue doing this….

  10. Aishwarya Aishwarya November 12, 2016 at 12:34 am - Reply

    i love this video…. Was expecting ù to do such type of video …. loved it …..keep doing such, I tried ur snack ideas it was awesome………

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