Fruit chaat is a way to take fruits that gives taste and health and become a favorite food with good reason. Hope you like my recipe as you did like my previous recipe Green tea and Orange Cooler.
lngredients For Fruit Chaat
- Apple -1 large(cubed)
- Banana – 1 (sliced)
- Grapes – 1/4 cup(deseeded)
- Watermelon – 1 1/2 cups cubes
- Pomegranate – 1/4 cup (optional)
- Orange – 1 cup(segment)
- Pineapple – 1 cup(cubed)
- Black Salt – 1/2 teaspoon
- Roasted Cumin Powder – 1/2 teaspoon
- Chaat Masala Powder – 1/2 teaspoon
- Black Pepper Powder -1/4 teaspoon(freshly ground)
- Place all the cut fruits in a bowl.
- sprinkle black pepper powder, roasted cumin powder, black salt, and chaat masalaT
- Toss them well.
- Wrap cling film over the fruit bowl and chill in the refrigerator for 2-3 hours before serving.
- Serve the chilled fruits in serving bowls.
For much of human history, fruits have been a favorite food, and with good reason. They are tasty , easy to digest, a good source of quick energy, and packed with vitamins and minerals.
Today fruits are lauded for their nutritional value as well as for their pleasing flavor.
Fruits are rich in antioxidants. Numerous studies demonstrate that people who eat ample amounts of fruits enjoy a reduce incidence of cancer, heart attacks, and strokes. A large study found that men and women who ate five to six servings of fruits and vegetables every day had a lower risk of ischemic stroke, the most common type of stoke.
Citrus fruits are among the richest sources of vitamin C. Nutritionists recommend at least one daily service of orange, grapefruit, tangerine, or other citrus fruit.
Bright colored fruits are high in beta carotene. Fruits with orange or deep yellow flesh-including apricots, cantaloupes, and mangoes-gets their color from the yellow orange pigment beta carotene, which the body converts to vitamin A.
Most fruits are low in calories and high in fiber, a fact that enhances their appeal to people who are weight conscious. Apple, Pears, and many other fruits contain pectin, a soluble fiber that helps regulate blood cholesterol levels. Berries, citrus and dried fruits are especially high in both soluble and insoluble fibers.