These Amla Chips Will Help You Enjoy The Benefits Of Desi Superfood All Year Award - 2 Ways To Make Amla Chips

Incorporating amla into our regular diet is especially important in the current context of the Coronavirus epidemic.

 These Amla Chips Will Help You Enjoy The Benefits Of Desi Superfood All Year Award - 2 Ways To Make Amla Chips

Amla has been in the news for all sorts of good things. A storehouse of nutrients, this desi fruit is widely used in traditional medicine. In fact, our parents and grandparents swear to the amla as a quick home remedy for digestion. This little green fun offers a variety of health benefits including strong immunity, healthy metabolism and digestion, improved skin and hair health and more. 

It is rich in vitamins A, C, E, flavanols, antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. In addition, 100 grams of fresh amla is said to contain the same amount of vitamin C as 20 oranges. "It is one of the things Sushruta recommends for daily use that transcends body and time limits," says Food Historian KT Achaya's 'Historical Dictionary of Indian Food'. Therefore, several nutritionists often recommend the inclusion of at least one amla in our daily diet for complete nutrition.

Incorporating amla into our regular diet is especially important in the current context of the Coronavirus epidemic. Several researchers around the world emphasize the importance of a strong immune system to prevent infection and its severity. And the rich content of vitamin C in amla helps to promote strong immune systems. Nutritionist Rupali Datta explains, "A natural antioxidant, vitamin C protects us from serious free radicals. It also promotes strong immune systems that can help fight or prevent a number of diseases."

If you look at the benefits of these delicious and nutritious foods, we bring you a quick way to store them all year round whenever you need them. With salty amla chips - water-free amla pieces that can be used as a refreshing mouth every meal.


Here are 2 ways to make Amla Chips | Recipe for Amla chips:

Ingredients:

1 kg amla (Indian cumin)

4-5 teaspoons red chilli powder (you can avoid it if you want)

Dark salt, as per taste


Command:

Step 1. Wash amla thoroughly. Treat them dry.

Step 2. Deseed and cut into thin slices.

Step 3. Add black salt and red pepper and mix well. Wear all the pieces of amla and spices.

Step 4. You can make chips using two methods:

Step 5. Transfer the dried amlas to an airtight container and enjoy all year round.


Method 1 - Transfer the amla slices to a safe microwave oven plate and place in the microwave for 4-5 minutes.

Method 2- You can also adjust it in the traditional way by drying the pieces in the sun. Spread the amla pieces on a large plate and dry in the sun for a week or more, until the amla pieces dry and crispy.


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