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This is a healthy vegetable tartare that is served with two delicious dressings - garlic mayo and lemon sesame dressing. An exclusive recipe by chef Vaibhav Bhargava, it is a gourmet dish that can be made at home easily. Continue Reading »
Broken wheat upma, as the name suggests, is a nutrient-rich wheat-based upma. While the broken wheat provides loads of dietary fibre and energy, the carrots and green peas offer a wealth of nutrients, especially vitamin A. The veggies also add crunch to an otherwise soft upma. You may also add other veggies of your choice to make it more colourful and tasty. Continue Reading »
This is a healthy meal option for people who have either diabetes or high cholesterol levels, because unlike traditional khichdi recipes, this one uses whole wheat instead of rice. Made with vegetables, lentils and spices, it should be served hot with a bowl of fresh yoghurt. Continue Reading »
A satiating fruity in-between snack that can be made in a jiffy. The antioxidant flavonoids from soya, fibre from apples and the bio-active compound from cinnamon helps avoid a quick rise in blood sugar levels and the low-fat milk gives you enough calcium while avoiding the extra calories. Continue Reading »
Oats can be used to make more than just porridge! Mix them with carrots and spinach to prepare these colourful, low calorie pancakes that are nutritious and tasty. Oats are rich in the beta-glucan enzyme that helps lower blood cholesterol and glucose levels, while carrots and spinach are an excellent source of Vitamin A. This recipe is great for diabetics and weight-watchers. Continue Reading »
Here is a quick drink to stimulate your gastronomic juices! This appetising drink should ideally be made only with fresh fruits, since canned fruits are loaded with sugar. But if you have no choice, remember to remove the sugar syrup in order to make it suitable for the diabetic palate. When peaches are in season, try to buy fresh ones, which should first be cooked in a little water with some sugar substitute before being used in the juice. And do not forget to add the ginger juice; it imparts an unusually enticing tanginess to the peaches. Continue Reading »