<h2> <b> Sweet, tangy and healthy dabeli recipe </b> </h2> <p> If you’re looking for a sweet, spicy, tangy and exciting evening <a href=”https://www.asknestle.in/recipes/snack”> snack </a>, you should try this dabeli recipe. Originally from Gujarat, dabeli is a wholesome, healthy snack that combines a warm potato filling with crunchy peanuts and juicy pomegranates. </p> <p> The contrasting textures and the tangy flavours will delight everyone. All held together in a toasted pao, this healthy dabeli recipe for kids is a great way to jazz up their tiffin. In fact, dabeli in Gujarati can be loosely translated to mean ‘pressed’ – just like the potato filling is pressed between the two halves of the pao. </p> Once your children try your homemade and healthy dabeli recipe, they won’t want to snack on the street side versions. This Gujarati snack recipe can even be served as a light lunch. <a href=”https://www.asknestle.in/expert-advice/5-healthy-burger-patty-recipes“> Give these 5 healthy burger patty recipes a shot </a> <h2> <b> Tips on how to make dabeli </b> </h2> <ul> <li>If you do not have dabeli powder, you can use pav bhaji masala</li> <li> You can make dabelis with ladi pavs, burger buns or even dinner rolls</li> <li>For the best texture, mash the potatoes well and get rid of any lumps</li> <li>Cook the dabeli chutney till it reaches the pourable consistency. If it is too thin, it will make the bread soggy. If it is too thick, the taste will be overwhelming</li> <li>Don’t add the sev till just before serving</li> </ul> <h3> <b> Health benefits of dabeli recipe </b> </h3> <ul> <li> Keeps hunger satiated for a long time. </li> <li> Pav and potatoes provide good amounts of carbohydrates as well as energy. </li> </ul>