Indian cuisines are known for their rich flavours, thanks to their unique blend of spices and flavourings used for different types of food preparations. However, many of the seasonings and accompaniments used contain high amounts of salt.
That’s not to say that salt is bad for us. Salt contains sodium, which is needed in small amounts by our body to maintain healthy muscles (which include our heart), nerves and blood pressure. It is only when we eat excessive amounts of salt that we put ourselves at greater risk of getting high blood pressure and related problems such as heart diseases.
Fortunately, we can reduce the amount of salt in our favourite foods, and still enjoy the rich flavours that we love.
Following are some low salt recipes:
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