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High Protein Rotis & Parathas recipes
Last Updated : Apr 13,2018
To ensure adequate growth and maintenance you need to combine different food groups to ensure that the protein obtained from the diet is complete and of good quality. For example, you should complement cereals with other sources of proteins such as nuts, seeds, pulses, milk, soya and cheese. It is better to make use of sprouts rather than the original pulses, as sprouts increase the protein availability by over 30% and are also easier to digest. Hence, you should not just randomly include proteins in your diet, but also understand the different sources of proteins better and use them in the right proportions and combination.
Rotis and Parathas are our staple food. In most households either roti or paratha with a subzi is definitely been cooked as a daily fare. This sections is an attempt to add protein rich sources like dals, flours, paneer, cheese etc. to make them more nutritious choices.
Try different tasty delicacies like Rajma Cheese Parathas, Nariyal Chane ke Parathe, Nutritious Garlic Naans, Paneer Paratha, Soya Methi Theplas and many more….
16 Mar 18
Hariyali Tofu Roti by Tarla Dalal
Hariyali Tofu Rotis, bored of eating chapatis and parathas everyday? Don’t worry, here’s an interesting variation to the everyday Indian bread.
Spinach and fenugreek add colour and flavour, while whole wheat flour and tofu add to the protein content.
For breakfast enjoy with just
14 Mar 18
Almond Bhakri, Gluten Free Almond Bhakri by Tarla Dalal
For many, the aroma of bhakri cooking on the tawa is reminiscent of home-cooked food! Here, we introduce you to a totally off-beat Almond Bhakri. As you will surmise from the name, the Almond Bhakri is quite a rich treat, but it is healthy and gluten-free too, so anybody can go for it.
13 Apr 18
Bajra Peas Roti, Low Acidity Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Here is one more Indian bread made using bajra flour. This innovative recipe combines the stomach-friendly flour with boiled and mashed green peas, to get a roti that tastes and feels great.
A good amount of coriander is used in this recipe, to get a peppy flavour, which is heightened by adding ....
24 Apr 18
Rotla ( Gujarati Recipe), Bajra Na Rotla Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Rotlas are made with bajra, jowar or nachni flour, and combine very well with ghee, jaggery.
Take care to make the rotlas as soon as the dough is kneaded, as the dough tends to harden quickly, making it difficult to roll. With practice and patience, you can surely master the art of rolling the r ....
23 Sep 16
Nariyal Chane Ke Parathe, Protein Rich Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Nariyal chane ke parathe, not one, but both ingredients are rich sources of proteins! What more do I need to say about this recipe! Seemingly common spices come together in the right proportions to add zing and zest to this recipe, totally transforming the otherwise bland base ingredients like chick ....
11 Aug 16
Low Fat Paneer and Green Peas Stuffed Parathas, Diabetic Friendly by Tarla Dalal
This paneer packed whole wheat flour paratha is a really sumptuous treat. While green peas adds to the goodness of this paratha by adding fibre, a dash of coriander and mint boost the josh factor! We have made this Low-Fat Paneer and Green Peas Stuffed Paratha with whole wheat flour, completely avoi ....
13 Sep 16
Paneer and Corn Quesadilla by Tarla Dalal
Whether as an after-school treat
to kick-start their playtime, or as a fun dinner to end their day on a happy note, the Paneer and Corn Quesadilla is an apt dish to serve your kids, with its rich protein content.
With the crunchy swe ....
05 Nov 15
Paneer Spring Onion Paratha by Tarla Dalal
As we all know, protein is a must-have nutrient throughout one’s life, from when we crawl on all fours to when we walk with the help of a walking stick! This is because protein helps maintain not just bones, but every cell of our body.
Packed with the goodness of whole wheat flour, paneer and ....
26 Mar 18
Kashmiri Roti ( Diabetic Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Everyone’s a great cook when it comes to making these simple rotis. Whole-wheat flour rotis with the essence of Indian spices cooked in just ¼ tsp of oil per roti to please the palate of a diabetic who has to abstain from relishing those sumptuous delicacies at his favourite restaurant.
28 Apr 18
Basic Ragi Roti, Nachni Roti by Tarla Dalal
A hearty roti that is sure to remind you of home. The Basic Ragi Roti has a rustic flavour and earthy aroma, which warm your soul and make you feel very contented. You need to knead the dough with warm water – otherwise the rotis will break when you roll them.
Even then, it still requires a bi ....
05 May 18
Bajra Roti by Tarla Dalal
Though bajra is grown only in certain parts of Rajasthan, bajra rotis are relished all over the state. Thickly rolled bajra rotis are cooked over "kanda" (cow dung cakes) in the villages. That is the authentic way of preparing them because it imparts a smoked flavour to the rotis. But here’s a tava ....
18 Oct 10
Rice And Soya Paratha ( Protein Rich Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
The wheat and soya chunks ensure that you get the necessary protein and amino acid intake for the day. These parathas are delicious can be made in a jiffy, an ideal way to use up leftover rice too.
15 Feb 16
Rajma Spinach Cheese Paratha by Tarla Dalal
Once your kids have tasted this paratha, you will surprised to see rajma and spinach rise to the top of their favourite ingredients list! Indeed, this innovative Rajma Spinach Cheese Paratha is a scrumptious treat that your kids will love to the core, thanks to the punchy taste of capsicum, onions a ....
26 Nov 12
Nutritious Garlic Naans by Tarla Dalal
Try these whole wheat flour naans and believe me you will never again be tempted to eat unhealthy plain flour (maida) naans which we have all been eating. Garlic due to its dominant flavour is usually omitted in many dishes but when combined with soya and wheat flour, it is transformed into a delic ....
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