Today I thought I'd post about an additional all natural (and vegan!) snack / appetizer that Tandoor Chef makes called spinach Pakoras. If you've never had a pakora before, it is basically a deep fried Indian snack ball made with chick-pea flour (in this case combined with spinach) combined with traditional Indian spices. They are really good!
Since I am always watching what I eat, I never ever order these when I go out to get Indian food, even though they are always there on the menu temping me. That's why I was so happy to find a version I could keep at home and portion control!
What's awesome about these particular pakoras is that they are really big. Two of them (which is a really hearty snack) are 100 calories, 6 grams of fat, 1 gram of fiber, and 3 grams of protein (so 2 weight watchers points). Or, if you just want a quick fried-food fix you could eat just one for 1 WW point (so worth it!).
Another potential upside of these pakoras is that they come with Chutney sauce (which I assume is included in the calorie count above). I haven't yet tried it (I already love the taste of the pakoras without sauce), so please let me know if you like it.
I found these at Whole Foods!