Methi Ki Missi Roti, Healthy Diabetic Recipe
by Tarla Dalal
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Onion lends that inimitable crunch and slight sweetness that perfectly balance the flavour of this roti. Methi deserves equal or more credit in this recipe as it is highly benficial for diabetics to control blood sugar levels.
The combination of two flours is also very nutritious. Since this Methi ki Missi Roti is cooked without oil, it averts a lot of calories, making a wholesome meal when served with Healthy Subzis and Low Fat Curds .
It is highly recommended that this recipe be relished by diabetics only occasionally and in small quantities. This is just a mere ‘treat’ and does not qualify for a regular diabetic menu.
- Combine all the ingredients in a deep bowl and knead into a soft dough, using enough warm water.
- Add the oil and knead again till smooth.
- Divide the dough into 12 equal portions.
- Roll out a portion into a 125 mm. (5") in diameter thin circle using little whole wheat flour for rolling.
- Heat a non-stick tava (griddle) on a high flame and when hot, place the roti gently over it. Cook it till small blisters appear on the surface. Turn over and cook the roti for a few more seconds.
- Cook it on an open flame with a pair of tongs till brown spots appear on both the sides.
- Repeat steps 4 to 6 to make 11 more rotis.
- Serve immediately.
Nutrient values per roti
|Energy|| 53 kcal|
|Protein|| 2.4 gm|
|Carbohydrate|| 9.4 gm|
|Invisible Fat|| 0.6 gm|
|Fibre|| 0.3 gm|
|Iron|| 0.8 mg|
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