A super healthy meal that has almost all nutrients that one needs. This lunch box contains a healthy Ragi Paratha, a wholesome sindhi dish - Sai bhaji, yet another nutrition packed salad- Green moong sprouts kosambari along with a snack of a fruit like banana or any fruit of your choice and digestive biscuits that can be eaten either during breakfast and lunch or at tea time, to satisfy your hunger pangs.
This lunch box can be packed for diabetics as well or served as an Indian Diabetic meal, since the meal incorporates ingredients like ragi, sprouted green moong, green leafy vegetables all of which help control blood sugar and do wonders when consumed by diabetics.
Meanwhile, banana contains potassium, making it an energy giving element in your lunch box that you might want to eat just before you hit the gym, right after work.
With a little bit of planning you can prepare some elements of the dish the previous day like make sprouts beforehand, sort out and clean the greens the previous day.
Get in to the kitchen already and get started with this delicious Indian Diabetic meal that can be packed for lunch as well.
A healthy alternative to the regular phulka is this Ragi Tawa Paratha that is made by combining ragi flour along with wheat flour. This paratha can be served to diabetics, as ragi helps control blood sugar levels. An easy way to include ragi in your diet.
Try our other Roti/Paratha recipes:
- Tawa Tandoori Roti Recipe
- Jowar Atta Roti Recipe - Sorghum Wheat Phulka Recipe
- Whole Wheat Beetroot Paratha Recipe
A wholesome dish like nothing else, this Sai Bhaji has the added goodness of greens like palak, methi, other vegetables like carrots, beans, brinjal, onions, tomatoes and dals like khichdi dal and chana dal, essentially a one pot meal with all nutrients packed in one. Making it one healthy meal in itself.
Try our other healthy sabzi recipes:
- Bhey Vangan Saag Recipe - Sindhi Style Lotus Stem Spinach Brinjal Sabzi
- Bhogichi Bhaji Recipe - Maharashtrian Style Mixed Vegetable Curry
- Kadai Broccoli Masala Recipe - Broccoli Cooked With Indian Spices
A healthy salad with added goodness of green moong sprouts is this Sprouted Green Gram Kosambari Recipe that has a hint of sweetness from the pomegranates.
Try our other Indian Salad Recipes:
- Beetroot Gajar Mooli Salad Recipe - Radish & Beetroot Salad
- Kala Chana Salad Recipe With Carrots, Cucumber & Tomatoes
- Raw Papaya, Apple & Carrot Salad Recipe