Diabetic Friendly Recipes

Cauliflower Moong Dal Recipe

Cauliflower Moong Dal Recipe

Thursday, 05 January 2017 09:08

Cauliflower Moong Dal Recipe is a comforting side dish recipe which is also easy to prepare. This is a an old recipe that is passed on from generations in my family. Seasoned with fresh cilantro, golden turmeric and cumin, this recipe has a cooling effect on body due to moong dal. Serve Cauliflower Moong Dal Recipe along with phulkas or Gehun Bhajra Thepla Recipe for lunch or dinner. If you like this recipe, here are more toor dal recipes to consider trying Moong Dal Halwa Recipe Pudina Moong Dal Recipe Moong Dal Mini Samosas Moong Dal Dubka Recipe
Rajasthani Gunde Ki Sabzi Recipe (Bird Lime Stir Fry)

Rajasthani Gunde Ki Sabzi Recipe (Bird Lime Stir Fry)

Tuesday, 28 June 2016 00:22

Rajasthani Gunde Ki Sabzi is very popularly made in almost all the households of the state. It is very easy to make and tastes delicious when served as a side six with your meal. It is best to make in those days when you are out of vegetables in your fridge. Did you know- Gunde also know as Bird Lime is filled with Vitamins and helps in digestion. It also helps to fight cold, cough and various other problems related to throat. It is good for diabetic patients and helps to improve the skin texture. Serve Rajasthani Gunde Ki Sabzi with Panchmel Dal and hot Phulkas for a perfect meal. You can also try other Rajasthani recipes such as Pitor Ki Sabzi Rabodi Ki Sabzi Rajasthani Dal Baati Churma
Spiced Bottlegourd and Spinach Juice

Spiced Bottlegourd and Spinach Juice

Tuesday, 14 June 2016 00:29

The Green Flush is a healthy workhorse green juice that contains bottle gourd, spinach leaves, cucumber, ginger, and lemon. This chlorophyll packed juice lowers acidity and balances your body pH. It also flushes excess minerals and toxins from your body. Do try to include it in the morning or during the evening at least once a week to detoxify and energize yourself. Have a look at the other healthy fruit and vegetable juices we have Mixed Fruit and Vegetable Juice Recipe Beetroot and Celery Juice Recipe Spinach, Apple and Carrot Smoothie Recipe Kiwi Raw Mango Mint Masala Sherbet
Published in Indian Drink Recipes
Masala Karela Recipe

Masala Karela Recipe

Tuesday, 31 May 2016 00:20

Tangy Masala Karela Recipe combines the flavourful amchur and enlivened by other spices and onions. This easy-to-prepare healthy Karela recipe combines flavours to make it taste good without adding jaggery to reduce the acridity of the bitter gourd. This dry sabzi pairs well with Tawa Paratha, roti, naan or any paratha of your choice. Add any curry with gravy to the menu to make it a complete weeknight meal. Serve Masala Karela along with Panchmel Dal and Phulka for a weekday meal.  Here are a few more ideas to be cooked with bitter gourd Bitter Gourd Juice Recipe (Karela Juice) Andhra Style Kakarakaya Vepudu Recipe (Bitter Gourd Stir Fry) Bengali Style Lau die Tetor Dal (Yellow Moong Dal with Bitter Gourd & Bottle Gourd) Karela Masala Sabzi Recipe Pavakkai Theeyal Recipe (Bitter Gourd in a Roasted Coconut Gravy)
Whole Green Moong Dal Sabzi Recipe (Vagharela Mag)

Whole Green Moong Dal Sabzi Recipe (Vagharela Mag)

Monday, 11 April 2016 00:37

Green Moong Dal Subzi is a quick and simple dish that you can make for a quick weeknight dinner along with kadhi. Vagharela in Gujarati means tempered with seasonings like mustard, cumin, ginger and the like. The Whole Green Moong Dal Sabzi that is seasoned with green chillies and ginger along with a gentle squeeze of lemon can be served with hot Sweet potato paratha or tawa paratha to make a rich, wholesome and nutritious breakfast. With a little planning, making this dish for a hearty morning breakfast will become a breeze. Take a look at other sabzi recipes to try Palak Baingan Ki Sabzi | Spinach Eggplant Stir Fry Kasuri Methi Paneer Sabzi Recipe Sukhi Aloo Sabzi Recipe (Spiced Potato Stir Fry) Crispy Gawar Phali Sabzi Recipe
Oats and Besan Cheela Recipe (High Protein Spiced Crepes)

Oats and Besan Cheela Recipe (High Protein Spiced Crepes)

Friday, 08 April 2016 00:45

The Oats Besan Cheela recipe is a very traditional snack of northern India. The cheela is made from gram flour and spiced up with green chillies. In this recipe I have added additional healthy diabetic friendly ingredients like oats, making the chilla fiber rich, nutritious and gluten free. Serve the Oats Besan Cheela along with a Sweet And Spicy Tomato Chutney and a Dhaniya Pudina Chutney for breakfast, a tea time snack or even weeknight dinner. If you like Cheela, then try out our super delicious and wholesome combinations to make cheela Bajra & Dal Cheela Recipe (Spicy Pearl Millet & Lentil Crepe Recipe) Lauki And Whole Green Moong Dal Cheela Moong Dal Palak Cheela Recipe Oats Cheela Stuffed With Palak & paneer Whole Wheat Vegetable Chilla (Cheela) Recipe
Savoury Oatmeal Porridge Recipe

Savoury Oatmeal Porridge Recipe

Saturday, 02 April 2016 00:52

The Savoury Oatmeal Porridge Recipe is a quick, simple and delicious way to include oatmeal in your diet.Oats being rich in fiber, it helps to people suffering from Cholesterol and Diabetic.This is a quick South Indian style oatmeal recipe & it can be prepared in less than 20 minutes. Serve the Savoury Oatmeal Porridge along with a fried egg and fruits for a wholesome breakfast. If you like Oatmeal Recipes, you must try some of your favorites like - Masala Oats & Potato Sandwich Recipe Oats Cheela Stuffed With Palak & Paneer Recipe Oat and Whole Wheat Carrot Cake Rosemary Oatmeal with Mushrooms Veggie Burger with Spinach Cauliflower and Oats Patty
Vegan Black Beans Stuffed Paratha Recipe

Vegan Black Beans Stuffed Paratha Recipe

Saturday, 26 March 2016 00:56

Protein rich Vegan Black Beans Stuffed Paratha makes an excellent meal for both lunch and dinner, served along with a spicy side dish anyone can have these healthy parathas without any fuss. You can try out this recipe if you are looking for something new for stuffing in parathas. Serve Vegan Black Beans Stuffed Paratha with Burani Raita or any raita of your choice and pickle. If you like this recipe, you can also try other stuffed parathas recipes such as Aloo Paratha Avocado Paratha Carrot Paratha Beetroot Paratha  
Hesaru Bele Southekayi Kosambari Recipe

Hesaru Bele Southekayi Kosambari Recipe

Wednesday, 02 March 2016 00:29

Hesaru Bele Southekayi Kosambari is common to every kannadiga family's kitchen. This kosambari gives a very festive feel as it is compulsorily made during the festivals. One can also have it as an evening snack accompanied with filter coffee. A healthy dish to feed your family when they are back home after a tiring day. Serve Hesaru Bele Southekayi Kosambari with hot Masala Chai during your tea time break or even along with your main course for lunch or dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try South Indian Kosambari Recipe with Raw Mango, Cucumber, Carrot and Beetroot Sprouted Green Gram Kosambari Recipe Ambe Dal Recipe (Green Mango and Chana Dal salad)
Published in Salads
Quinoa Veg Soup (Bolivian Style Stew) Recipe

Quinoa Veg Soup (Bolivian Style Stew) Recipe

Friday, 12 February 2016 00:38

Winters are all about stews, warm soups and casseroles Quinoa Veg Soup (Bolivian Style Stew) Recipe. Make this for a quick weekday/weeknight dinner. With a couple of warm bread rolls on the side, one can't really go wrong with this delicious Quinoa Veg Soup. This one pot meal Quinoa Veg Soup (Bolivian Style Stew) Recipe is surely a winner in cool weather. Serve Quinoa Veg Soup with Chilli Cheese Toast or any other toast of your choice. You can also try some of our favorites like Roasted Tomato and Pumpkin soup Vegetarian Wonton soup  
Published in Soups
Bajra & Dal Cheela Recipe (Spicy Pearl Millet  & Lentil Crepe Recipe)

Bajra & Dal Cheela Recipe (Spicy Pearl Millet & Lentil Crepe Recipe)

Wednesday, 10 February 2016 00:35

Bajra & Dal Cheela Recipe is a healthy and wholesome protein packed crepe that can make a wholesome breakfast or a weeknight dinner dish. The addition of green chili, ginger and coriander leaves makes this cheela truly delicious. Serve the Bajra & Dal Cheela along with Peanut Chutney, a glass of Masala Chaas (buttermilk) or ginger tea for a wholesome breakfast or dinner. Did You know: One of the most commonly consumed grains in India, bajra is often referred to as “poor man’s staple”. This powerhouse of a grain has multiple health benefits. Mainly made of starch, and mostly insoluble fibres. This makes it a great long-acting source of energy and takes longer time to break. Therefore you feel fuller, for longer. It is also a storehouse of amino acids essential in production of proteins.The amino acids are readily available and therefore easier to digest than in wheat, for example. The niacin present in bajra also helps in lowering cholesterol and keeping heart disease in check. These are great for diabetic people as well. If you like Cheelas you might like some of our favorites Lauki And Whole Green Moong Dal Cheela Moong Dal Palak Cheela Whole Wheat Vegetable Chilla Paneer Cheela
Kachumber Salad Recipe With Cucumber, Onion & Tomatoes

Kachumber Salad Recipe With Cucumber, Onion & Tomatoes

Friday, 08 January 2016 00:25

Kachumber salad is a refreshing and simple summer salad which is packed with the goodness of small tiny pieces of raw cucumber, onions and tomatoes. This refreshing salad also includes carrots, pomegranate seeds and some fresh herbs. It is a healthy satisfying meal on its own or it also makes a perfect accompaniment to the main dishes. It is dressed with lime juice, pepper powder which makes the salad even more delicious! Every bite is crunchy, refreshing and will make you ask for more. Kachumber salad is a good deal of consuming raw vegetables which will provide you a good nutrition kick. If you are looking for a low-calorie salad recipe, this one is definitely for you. If you are looking for healthy salads, then you might also like Strawberry and Caramelised Onion Salad Sprouted beans and Granny Smith Salad Chickpea Orange Salad. Did you know: Cucumbers belong to the same plant family as squash, pumpkin, and watermelon. And just like them, even cucumbers are made up of mostly water, which means eating them on a hot summer day can help you stay hydrated.
Published in Salads
Moong Dal Palak Cheela Recipe (Yellow Lentil And Spinach Crepes)

Moong Dal Palak Cheela Recipe (Yellow Lentil And Spinach Crepes)

Monday, 28 December 2015 00:53

The Moong Dal Palak Cheela Recipe is a great way to start your day - a healthy breakfast which should be high in proteins, essential vitamins and minerals to keep you going whole day. The Moong Dal Palak Cheela makes its way to any meal, be it breakfast, a quick brunch, a full meal lunch or even dinner. This Cheela is an exceptional way to introduce the vegetables along with lentils for your kids or toddlers meal. The spiciness can be adjusted accordingly when making for the younger ones. Serve the Moong Dal Palak Cheela along with Sweet and Spicy Tomato Chutney for breakfast, evening snack or even a weeknight dinner. How about trying more similar recipes for breakfast? Oats and Besan Cheela Recipe (High Protein Spiced Crepes) Bajra & Dal Cheela Recipe (Spicy Pearl Millet & Lentil Crepe Recipe) Besan And Green Pea Cheela Recipe Lauki and Whole Green Moong Dal Cheela Recipe
Punjabi Wadi Choliya Ki Sabzi Recipe

Punjabi Wadi Choliya Ki Sabzi Recipe

Sunday, 27 December 2015 00:01

Punjabi Wadi Choliya Ki Sabzi Recipe is a traditional recipe that is made in the North Indian Cuisine. It is very seasonal crop and is usually made when it is sold fresh in its long stalks. The Punjabi choliya recipe is so different from the traditional Punjabi Chana recipe and tastes just as delicious. If you find some fresh Choliya in season, then you must give this a try. If you buy the dried variety, then you should soak the Choliya in water for a few hours and then cook it as desired. Serve the Punjabi Wadi Choliya Ki Sabzi along with a bowl of rice, papad and achar for a wholesome weeknight dinner. If you are looking for High Protein recipes then you might like to try Kerala Kootu Curry Lauki Chana Dal Paneer Pasanda Chettinad Style Mulaikattiya Pasi Payaru Kuzhambu Punjabi Sabut Moong Ki Dal
Dosakaya Pappu Recipe (Andhra Style Yellow Cucumber Dal)

Dosakaya Pappu Recipe (Andhra Style Yellow Cucumber Dal)

Thursday, 24 December 2015 00:23

Dosakaya Pappu Recipe (Andhra Style Yellow Cucumber Dal) is one of the most comforting and flavourful dal delicacy in Andhra cuisine. Dosakaya Pappu Recipe tastes very different and can be made very quickly with minimal ingredients. As the Yellow Cucumber/Dosakaya is somewhat bland in taste, it adapts the taste of all the seasonings you add to the dal, becomes flavourful and also gets cooked in no time. Did You Know: Yellow cucumbers are very low in calories, have minimal amounts of fats and no cholesterol. They have very high water content and are know to have diuretic properties, and thus help in improving the kidney and bladder diseases. It is a tangy vegetable, which belongs to cucumber family. It is also an excellent source of Potassium and vitamin C. The skin is a good source of dietary fiber and has minerals such as silica and magnesium. It’s very good for diabetic patients. Here are few more Andhra recipes with Dal to try Palak pappu (Spinach Dal) Recipe Moong Dal Rasam/Pesara Pappu Charu Andhra Style Pappu Charu Recipe
Cuban Black Bean Salad Recipe

Cuban Black Bean Salad Recipe

Wednesday, 02 December 2015 00:26

The Cuban Black Bean Salad Recipe is a sweet and sour salad made from cooked black beans, crunchy sweet corn, bell peppers that is tossed in mojo sauce. The mojo sauce dressing is a delicious combination of herbs, orange juice, lemon juice and olive oil. When the beans is topped with this Mojo Sauce dressing it gives a great punch to the Black Bean Salad. Serve the Cuban Black Bean Salad along with a bowl of soup and a crusted bread for a weeknight dinner or pack it into your lunch box for work as well.  If you like salads for dinner, then you might also like to try these high protein salads like Creamy Potato Egg Salad Chopped Spinach and Pomegranate Salad Farm Fresh Vegetarian Pasta Salad Couscous Salad With Cucumber And Feta Cheese
Published in Salads
Vegetable Dhansak Recipe (A Classic Parsi Dish)

Vegetable Dhansak Recipe (A Classic Parsi Dish)

Sunday, 29 November 2015 00:11

Parsi Cuisine is one of the traditional cuisine of the Parsis of India. Parsis are known for their love for good food, good music. Parsi cuisine has a West Indian cuisine influence. They also retain their food flavors and techniques from ancient Persian cuisine. One of the most popular Parsi foods is Dhansak. It’s traditionally meat and vegetables cooked in lentils. A very flavorful special masala called the dhansak masala makes this dish special and unique. Though Parsis are enthusiastic non-vegetarians, they have some delicious vegetarian recipes too. Vegetable Dhansak is a non-vegetarian special dish, but on Bahman Mahino day parsis do not eat meat. They make vegetarian delicacies. If you are pure vegetarian and looking to make Parsi food, this flavorful and most delicious vegetable dhansak is what you should be cooking. Dhansak is best accompanied with brown rice. It can served with bread and I must say the combination was very good too. Here are few more recipes of Parsi Cuisine Parsi Salli Murgh Recipe Parsi Style Baingan Capsicum Ka Salan Recipe Parsi Mawa Cake Recipe Parsi Salli Boti Recipe
Spinach Salad Recipe With Boiled Eggs And Mushrooms

Spinach Salad Recipe With Boiled Eggs And Mushrooms

Thursday, 26 November 2015 00:34

A quickly prepared salad with fresh ingredients loaded with vitamins and proteins are the key items for this recipe. Spinach salad with flavored vinaigrette and roasted mushrooms make a great combination. Egg settles and fills with protein when used in the boiled form so together they work as a perfect side salad with your soup or sandwich platter. Serve the Spinach Salad with Boiled Eggs and Mushrooms along with a hearty soup like Curried Apple & Celery Soup for a weeknight dinner or pack it into your lunch box for work. If you like Salads for dinner, then you must try these recipes Sweet & Spicy Tofu Salad with Beetroot Pear and Alfa Alfa Sprouts Salad Thai Style Bean Sprouts and Raw Mango Salad
Published in Salads
Maharashtrian Kakdi Thalipeeth Recipe (Spiced Cucumber Flat Bread)

Maharashtrian Kakdi Thalipeeth Recipe (Spiced Cucumber Flat Bread)

Thursday, 26 November 2015 00:32

The Maharashtrian Kakdi Thalipeeth Recipe is a wholesome dish that is made from cucumbers, whole wheat flour and spices. The addition of coriander and green chilies make this Thalipeeth a perfect addition for breakfast or even for dinner when you serve it along with a sabzi. Serve the Maharashtrian Kakdi Thalipeeth along with a yogurt and pickle or lahsun chutney for breakfast. If you like a hot and savory breakfast, then you might also like Khatta Dhokla Sooji Rava Upma Methi Thepla Kerala Appam Recipe Broccoli & Cheese Uttapam
Hyderabadi Khatti Dal Recipe (Hyderabadi Tangy Lentil Curry)

Hyderabadi Khatti Dal Recipe (Hyderabadi Tangy Lentil Curry)

Saturday, 21 November 2015 00:35

Hyderabadi Khatti Dal is a delicious tangy dal preparation tempered with curry leaves, mustard seeds, cumin, dry red chilies and garlic having balanced flavour of sourness and spiciness. Hyderabadi khatti dal couples up beautifully with steamed rice, pickle, slide and any dry veggie preparation. Although we have used Toor dal, you can use even Masoor dal (red lentils) for making this Khatti dal. Traditionally for sourness, tamarind pulp is used but you can substitute it with lemon juice too. But, the sourness that elevates this dal's flavour is best with tamarind making it the best khatti dal ever. Serve the Hyderabadi Khatti Dal along with Steamed Rice, Kathirikai Roast (brinjal roast) and papad. If you like food from the Hyderabadi Cuisine, you might also like Hyderabadi Bagara Baingan Recipe Mirchi Ka Salan Recipe Hyderabadi Vegetable Biryani Recipe

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