Indian Recipes (everyday cooking) with Weight Watcher Point Values
14 Recipes Created by HCHATTERJEE
Weight Watchers does not offer any point value info. for Indian food other than a few dishes you would order at restaurant. This has been frustrating! Thanks to SparkRecipes, I now have the tools needed to create my own book using family and friend recipes!!! //^_^\\
Recipes in this Collection
Cookbook creator says: My wonderful friend, Alka, is a wonderful cook.
She creates her own recipes. This is one of them. It is Awesome!!!
Worth 1 weight watcher point (1/2 cup serving)Submitted by HCHATTERJEE
Cookbook creator says: Fish in Kadhi (sounds like kerr-high) sauce.
worth 5 weight watcher points about 3/4 cup serving.Submitted by HCHATTERJEE
Cookbook creator says: The trick to getting this sweet right is in browning the besan (gram flour) perfectly and using powdered sugar for the smooth consistency.
Worth 7 point per ladoo if batch yields 25 ballsSubmitted by HCHATTERJEE
Cookbook creator says: Replacw white rice w/brown rice;healthier option. Brown rice from regular grocery store has a strong flavor that changes the taste of food it accompanies. Use brown basmati rice;does not interrupt the flavor. We use Kohinoor brand; found in Indian stores.
1/2 cup is worth 4 Weight Watcher PointsSubmitted by HCHATTERJEE
Cookbook creator says: This is a North Indian preperation of Bhindi is also known as Okra.
Worth 4 Weight Watcher points aprox. 1/2 cup serving.
Note: in any of these recipes, making your own ginger and garlic paste from scratch is always best!Submitted by HCHATTERJEE
Cookbook creator says: Roti AKA: Chapatti - North Indian Flat bread.
Other recipes will call for milk or yogurt, and oil or ghee (clarified butter). This bread turns out fine without them and has less of the calories and fat. Using Points Finder slider scale, the Point Value = 0Submitted by HCHATTERJEE
Cookbook creator says: North Indian vegetable curry. Using the cashews is a must for this recipe. (I know because when I made it for a friend allergic to nuts and omitted the cashews, the dish was actually almost not edible! ^_-)
Worth 6 weight watcher points per 1/2 cupSubmitted by HCHATTERJEE