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High Blood Pressure recipes





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High blood pressure or hypertension is more and more prevalent these days, especially among younger people. Apart from stress and obesity, one of the reasons for this is excessive sodium and salt intake. Most people find it difficult to limit the amount of salt in their cooking, thinking it will affect the taste of their favourite dishes.

The recipes in this section have been designed to use minimum salt yet retaining its taste and flavour. In most of the recipes we have measured and used the minimum amount of salt required to make a dish appetizing, however you can decrease or increase the salt according to the daily sodium limit prescribed to you. However in other recipes, you can follow a thumb rule – 1/8 to ¼ teaspoon of salt for a serving of 4. Ranging from breakfast options, and soups and Salads to rotis, subzis and international cuisine, the recipes use low-sodium ingredients, limited amount of oil and are devoid of high-sodium processed foods.

Cabbage and Dal Paratha , Dahi Bhindi , Jowar Pyaz ki Roti , Mili Jhuli Subzi and many more recipes are a true treasure for hypertensives. For those who want to please their palate for pickle, can try Carrot Pickle and Green Chilli Pickle . So tuck the salt out of sight, and start reducing your sodium intake. Eat healthy to keep your blood pressure in check.

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Recipe# 39073
07 Jul 12

 
Garlic and Tendli Pickle 
by Tarla Dalal
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Pickles generally have high salt content and therefore not advisable for those with high blood pressure. Here is a pickle that is strikingly out of the ordinary. The garlic and tendli pickle, you will be happily surprised to note, has just half a spoon of salt! in this case, garlic is the wonder ing ....
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Recipe# 42012
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Oats Flax Seeds Roti, Low Salt Recipe by Tarla Dalal
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Here is a chatpata roti, with a homely texture and tongue-tickling taste that are sure to steal your heart. The Oats Flax Seeds Roti features an absolutely healthy mix of ingredients, especially beneficial for those with high blood pressure because the beta glucagon in oats helps to keep both bl ....
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Recipe# 42013
Yesterday

 
Cabbage and Onion Roti, Low Salt Recipe by Tarla Dalal
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Simple, common ingredients are put together to make a delectable roti that fits perfectly into a blood pressure friendly menu. The crazy crunch of cabbages and onions, together with the spiky flavours of garlic and green chillies make this Cabbage and Onion Roti a drool worthy one. Apart fro ....
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Recipe# 42014
Yesterday

 
Masala Stuffed Parota, Bengali Low Salt Paratha by Tarla Dalal
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Parota is a special type of Indian bread, which never fails to entice the diner with its special slightly-chewy mouth-feel and unique appearance that has a spiral or ringed surface. While the traditional version is made of maida, here we have made it healthier ....
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Recipe# 38374
06 Jun 13

 
Dosakaya Pachadi by vedagiri v
Dosakayi is a yellow indian curry cucumber, has sweet taste and neutral flavor. It is used extensively in the preparation of stews and curries, particularly during the summer season in southern parts of india and sri lanka. Best served with hot steamed rice and ghee to add to taste. Can be also serv ....
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Recipe# 38674
05 Aug 13

 
Soya Curry with Yogurt by Sandipan
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A very tasty soya dish made with curd/yogurt. This dish requires very little amount of spices and goes great with rice or rotis. Requires very little time to cook, so people who are always on the run can count on this dish. Highly nutritious.
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