A paratha, a flatbread that originated in India, literally means layers of cooked dough. Parathas can be eaten as a breakfast dish or as a tea-time snack. Parathas are made with roti dough but are cooked in ghee or oil and are layered breads. They can be stuffed with vegetables like potatoes as in "aloo ke paronthe" or nuts.
They are heavy and are often eaten for breakfast in the north. The south also has its versions. The "malabar parotta" of Kerala is a layered, fluffy bread that is eaten with luscious coconut curries.
Radish(Mooli) are rich in vitamins, folic acid, and anthocyanins and are considered effective cancer-fighting agents. The vitamins present in radishes can treat skin disorders. Not only do radishes help improve functioning of liver and gall bladder, but they also serve a variety of critical functions with incredible benefit.Continue Reading
Cooked peas have more minerals than raw peas. A cup of cooked peas has 2.5 milligrams of iron, 62 milligrams of magnesium and 187 milligrams of phosphorus, compared to raw peas' 2 milligrams of iron, 48 milligrams of magnesium and 157 milligrams of phosphorus.Continue Reading
It is from chickpeas that besan comes about, and it is rich with nutrients and fiber. The besan flour or gram flour is one of the most beneficial, on the grounds that it is produced using beats stacked with proteins and a considerable measure of other imperative supplements.Continue Reading
Spinach is a green leafy vegetable. It is full of vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals and has an extremely high nutritional value. It is a good source of vitamins A, B2, C, and K, and also contains magnesium, manganese, folate, iron, calcium and potassium. It is low in fat.Continue Reading
Sattu has many health benefits, especially when you consume it on an empty stomach. It reduces the problem associated with your stomach and flushes out body’s toxic substances. Apart from this, there are cooling properties in Sattu which provide coolness to the body and provides relief from scorching heat.Continue Reading
Capsicum contains vitamins. Vitamin A is good for eyes and helps prevent eye diseases. Vitamin C decreases the risk of arthritis and improves immunity. It also helps reduce inflammation. Capsicum also has vitamin K, which is important for blood clot formation.Continue Reading
Tomato is powerhouse of nutrients. They are a very good source of copper, potassium, manganese, dietary fiber, vitamin A (in the form of beta-carotene), vitamin B6, folate, niacin, vitamin E and phosphorus. Additionally, they are a good source of chromium, pantothenic acid, protein, choline, zinc and iron too.Continue Reading
Rava is a versatile ingredient and easy to cook with. It is generally used as a battering ingredient in idli or uttapam but do you know, you can make paratha with rava as a main ingredient. Rava is a great supplier of energy and helps you avoid feeling lethargic.Continue Reading
Ragi is a rich source of good carbohydrates and since it is too tiny to be polished or processed it is mostly consumed in its purest form."Because of its high nutritional value, Ragi can be placed at the pinnacle of food grains. The cereal is gluten-free and highly suitable for those who are gluten or lactose intolerant.Continue Reading
Bathua is very rich in various nutrients like proteins, vitamins like vitamin C and minerals like iron, potassium, phosphorus and calcium. Bathua is very helpful for your bone and teeth because it is rich in vitamin C. The vitamin properties also act like immune stimulator and also antioxidant.Continue Reading
Cottage Cheese (Paneer) is one of the best sources of calcium. Cottage cheese (Paneer) can fulfill 8% of the daily recommended value. 100 grams of cottage cheese has a whopping 83 grams of protein! Adequate calcium levels ensure healthy bones, teeth, healthy heart muscles and smooth nerve functioning too.Continue Reading
A cup of enriched yellow corn flour has 416 calories and 4.4 grams of total fat, with almost no saturated fat. It has 11 grams of protein and 89 grams of total carbohydrates, including 75 grams of starches. This amount of the flour provides 7.3 grams of dietary fiber, which can help lower your cholesterol levels and may reduce your risk of constipation.Continue Reading
Every Indian household is aware of Jeera as it is an inseparable part of Indian food. Jeera seeds are also used in Indian cooking. They have a bitter, pungent and sweet taste. Cumin seeds are rich in calcium, magnesium, iron, vitamins and fibre. Including cumin seeds in your diet can have a lot of health benefits.Continue Reading
Bajra has high amounts of fiber and aids digestion. It also lowers your bad cholesterol while increasing the good cholesterol in your system and is therefore very good for your cardiovascular health. It is rich in antioxidants and can prevent the occurrence of cancer, particularly breast cancer. It can help prevent asthma.Continue Reading