A super healthy Portion Control Meal that works well even for Diabetics. Our meal plate today has a contribution each from various different Indian cuisines. A well balanced meal that tastes good and has all nutrients we need from proteins to fiber to carbs, healthy fats and the like.
Our portion control meal here has a wholesome Sindhi Sai Bhaji, chatpata Amritsari Kala Chana, fresh South Indian style Kosambari made from green sprouts, a refreshing Buttermilk with Mint and Boiled Eggs and a paratha made using Millets- Ragi Tawa Paratha.
Tips for Portion Control : You can choose to reduce the number of parathas and instead increase the quantity of the sabjis. You need to eat slowly, chew your food, and yes, eat mindfully.
Below are the quantities we have used for a complete portion control meal. You can use these suggestions based on your dietary requirements. We have plated two roti's and the below calories are calculated for 1 ragi roti.
Total Calories: 370 calories
- Sai Bhaji - 1 Katori
- Amritsari Kala Chana Curry - 1/2 Katori
- Salad - 1/2 Katori
- Ragi Roti - 1 Roti
- Boiled Egg - 1 piece
Read the Guidelines for Healthy Eating Using Portion Control to incorporate healthy eating habits into your everyday lifestyle.
So wait no more, and get started in the kitchen and put this super healthy portion control meal together for lunch today.
A healthy paratha made with whole wheat flour and ragi, this Ragi Tawa Paratha is something you must add to your everyday meals to include finger millet into your diet.
Try our other healthy paratha recipes:
- Bajra Na Rotla Recipe (A Traditional Gujarati Pearl Millet Bread)
- Whole Wheat Palak Naan Recipe
- Whole Wheat Beetroot Paratha Recipe
A completely wholesome meal which includes greens, dal, and a variety of vegetables, our Sindhi Sai Bhaji is an absolute winner.
Adding flavour to this highly nutritious meal is a lovely aromatic tadka of garlic fried in ghee.
Try our other sabzi recipes:
A masaledar kala chana made amritsari style, Amritsari Chole With Kala Chana is loaded with fiber and a great source of protein.
You can eat kala chana, in many ways- salads, curries, sundals.
Try our other Chole/Chana Recipes:
- Kala Chana Cooked In Koli Masala Recipe
- Peshawari Kala Chana Recipe
- Jaisalmer Kala Chana Kadhi Recipe
A salad is a must as part of any meal, using fresh seasonal vegetables along with a simple dressing of salt, pepper and a splash of lemon juice, Sprouted Green Gram Kosambari is one such recipe.
Try our other Salad Recipes:
- Corn And Drumstick Leaves Salad Recipe
- Carrot, Radish & Peanut Salad with Lemon Recipe
- Kabuli Chana & Moongphali Salad Recipe
A refreshing addition to the meal, which also cools the body this Pudina Buttermilk recipe, literally adds freshness to your entire meal.
Try our other Buttermilk recipes:
- Spiced Butter Milk With Coriander And Ginger Recipe
- Onion Curry Patta Chaach Recipe
- Masala Chaas Recipe
A must needed portion of protein in your daily diet. Eggs by is a high source of protein needed by the body.
Try our other Egg Recipes: