Highlights

  • Many of us love eating poori and sabzi
  • We restrict ourselves from eating poori after seeing too much oil on it
  • A pinch of salt will help prevent sticking oil to poori

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Enjoy crispy pooris without stressing about too much oil, here's how

Indulge guilt-free in pooris and sabzi by adding a pinch of salt to heating oil, preventing sticking and eliminating excess oil.

Enjoy crispy pooris without stressing about too much oil, here's how

Many of us love eating poori and sabzi but restrict ourselves, fearing consuming too much oil. Now this wonderful hack will allow you to enjoy poori next time without stressing about the oil consumption.

The video was shared by momsgupshup777 on Instagram.

To make oil-free pooris, just add a little bit of salt to the heating oil and then fry the pooris in it. This way, the oil will not stick to the pooris, allowing you to relish them without using tissue paper.

Side effects of eating oily food

Weight Gain:

Excessive intake of oily and high-calorie foods can contribute to weight gain, increasing the risk of obesity.

Heart Problems:

Diets high in saturated and trans fats from oily foods may contribute to elevated cholesterol levels, increasing the risk of heart diseases.

Digestive Issues:

Oily foods can be harder to digest, leading to discomfort, bloating, and indigestion.

Acne and Skin Issues:

Consuming a diet rich in unhealthy fats may contribute to skin problems, including acne and inflammation.

Increased Blood Pressure:

High-fat diets, especially those rich in sodium, may lead to elevated blood pressure.

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