Diabetic Soup Recipes : Diabetic Indian Soup Recipes
diabetic vegetarian soups. Indian diabetic soups. Soups are a really versatile bowlful. Some appetising soups flag off a meal, while some comforting ones warm the heart and soothe the body, and yet other sumptuous soups double up as a single-bowl meal! Unfortunately, sometimes this healthy bowlful is made unsuitable for diabetics. We are focusing this article on healthy diabetic soups. So we must be careful with the soups we drink in restaurants or make at home.
Super Ingredients to use in Diabetic Soups
1. Cereals : Oats and Barley
2. Pulses and Legumes : All dals and legumes like moong, rajma, masoor dal and sprouts.
3. Low fat milk and low fat paneer
4. Fibre rich vegetables : Gavarfali, french beans, onions, bitter gourd, mushrooms and all green leafy vegetables like methi and palak.
Healthy Diabetic Veg Clear Soups
For broccoli lovers we have the immunity boosting Vitamin C rich Broccoli broth recipe. There is no cornflour in the recipe and the calories for broccoli broth is only 27. The onion thyme soup recipe is made of onions and flavoured with a vegetable stock and thyme. Enjoy this clear soup with the calories for onion thyme soup is only 67.
Indian Dals for healthy Diabetic Soups
Masoor dal is an excellent source of complex carbohydrates which is the major form of energy and when combined with low fat paneer it make a nourishing masoor dal and paneer soup recipe. My favourite is Bombay curry soup with spinach which is masoor dal based with loads of onions and tomatoes.
Masoor Dal and Paneer Soup
Pressure cook moong to make moong soup recipe and moong soup with paneer. We suggest you replace the 2 tablespoons of full fat paneer with low fat paneer.
Use Quinoa in Diabetic Soups
When you combine quinoa with vegetable stock, baby spinach and dill leaves you get Lemony quinoa and baby spinach soup which has all the super ingredients.
Lemony Quinoa and Baby Spinach Soup, Healthy and Weight Loss Soup
6 ingredients to avoid in Diabetic Soups
5. Full fat paneer
Here, in this section, we show you the right way to make soups, which are pleasing to the palate, while being made with nutritious, low glycemic index ingredients that help keep blood sugar in control.
Enjoy our Diabetes Soups recipes and Diabetic articles given below.
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Diabetic Starters & Snacks
Diabetic Dals & Khadis
Diabetic Drinks / Beverages
Diabetic International Recipes
Diabetic Rice, Khichdi and Biryani
Diabetic Rotis and Parathas
Diabetic Salads & Raitas