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PCOS High Fibre recipes


Last Updated : Apr 22,2019



पीसीओएस उच्च फाइबर रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (PCOS High Fibre recipes in Hindi)
પીસીઓએસ માટે ની ફાઇબર યુક્ત રેસિપિ - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (PCOS High Fibre recipes in Gujarati)

PCOS High Fibre Recipes, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome high fibre recipes

PCOS High Fibre Recipes, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome high fibre recipes. Fibre helps in lowering blood glucose levels and is especially beneficial in a PCOS diet where it helps in combating insulin resistance by slowing down digestion. Fibre helps provide roughage to the system to speed up the passage of food and to prevent constipation. It keeps you full for long hours and avoids unnecessary bingeing.

Quinoa Veg Upma, Vegan BreakfastQuinoa Veg Upma, Vegan Breakfast

Add these fibre-rich foods to your PCOS diet: 

Veggies and greens: Vegetables like carrot, capsicum, pumpkin and tomatoes, and green leafy vegetables such as spinach and fenugreek contain a high amount of fibre and nutrients. They are low in calories and can be had in the form of salads or subzis. Try recipes like Masala Cauliflower with Green Peas, Cauliflower greens methi palak sabzi recipe, suva palak methi sabzi recipe and Mushroom and Green Capsicum Subzi.

Masala Cauliflower with Green PeasMasala Cauliflower with Green Peas

Nuts and seeds: Consume fibre-rich nuts and seeds such as flaxseeds, chia seeds, walnuts, almonds and pistachios. Try yummy and healthy treats like the Flax Seed Crackers with Beetroot Dip, homemadde almond butter recipe, homemade almond bread  and Kokum and Chia Seed Drink.

Almond Bread, Homemade Almond Bread Without EggsAlmond Bread, Homemade Almond Bread Without Eggs

Wholegrain flour: Go for whole wheat bread and products made of whole wheat flour instead of eating products like white bread and naans, which are made of maida. Looking for a whole wheat snack recipe? Try Whole Wheat Methi Khakra. However, add bread to your diet only occasionally.

Wholesome cereals: Try including cereals such as oats, barley, jowar, bajra and broken wheat instead of white rice to ramp up your intake of fibre. Kickstart your day with a fibre-rich breakfast of Jowar Upma or Jowar and Vegetable Porridge. Opt for bajra cauliflower roti recipe, jowar bajra spring onion roti recipejowar bajra garlic roti recipe  or jowar bajra besan thalipeeth recipe .

Bajra and Cauliflower RotiBajra and Cauliflower Roti

Fruits: Fruits are full of nutrients and antioxidants and are important in a PCOS diet. Consume whole fruits such as apple, pear, chickoo and guava with the skin, for your daily dose of fibre. You can also have fruits in the form of smoothies or juices. You can also try a mix of vegetables and fruits like the Palak, Kale and Apple Juice, carrot tomato beetroot juice and carrot spinach black grape juice.

Super 7 Stress Reliever, Stress Reliever Carrot Tomato and Beetroot JuiceSuper 7 Stress Reliever, Stress Reliever Carrot Tomato and Beetroot Juice

Keep away from these foods for a healthy PCOS high fibre diet: 

Baked products: Tasty though they are, cookies, biscuits and pastries are up to no good as they contain a high amount of sugar, maida and saturated fats like butter, with no fibre at all.

Highly-processed flours and grains: Avoid eating white rice and white bread.

Strained juices: Avoid straining juices because that will remove the fibre. Try consuming unstrained juices along with the fibre, or eat a whole, unpeeled fruit like apple, pear or guava.

Enjoy our PCOS High Fibre Recipes, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome high fibre recipes and other PCOS recipe articles below. 

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Moong Dal and Paneer Chila ( Healthy Snacks)
Recipe# 5645
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 by Tarla Dalal
Chila is the perfect pair for your evening tea. Easy and quick, it is also healthy. Tasty by itself, this Moong Dal and Paneer Chila requires no accompaniment, which makes it easy to serve as an
Broken Wheat Upma, Healthy Breakfast Recipe
Recipe# 4650
Today

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Broken Wheat Upma, as the name suggests is a nutrient-rich wheat based upma. While the broken wheat brings in loads of dietary fibre and energy, carrot and green peas bring along a wealth of nutrients, especially vitamin A. The veggies also add crunch to an otherwise soft upma. You may also add ....
Methi Pitla ( Healthy Subzi)
Recipe# 37842
19 Apr 19

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by Tarla Dalal
Methi Pitla is a simple yet tasty Maharashtrian delicacy that can be rustled up in a jiffy to enrich your diet with iron, folic acid and zinc too. Zinc plays an important role in maintaining your immunity levels, and also lends a stunning glow to your skin. Just make sure you serve the Pitla immedia ....
Moong Dal and Spinach Idli
Recipe# 38991
12 Apr 19

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by Tarla Dalal
Eliminating rice reduces the calorie count of these spinach idlis, making them suitable for diabetics as well. The same moong dal batter can also be used to make healthy pankis and pancakes.
Jowar Upma
Recipe# 39749
18 Mar 19

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 by Tarla Dalal
Ready in a jiffy, Jowar Upma is a healthy snack you can whip up for breakfast, supper, or just any time of the day. A much healthier alternative to the traditional rava based upma, the Jowar Upma is made by replacing a large quantity of the refined semolina with fibre and iron rich jowar and green p ....
Healthy Oats Dosa
Recipe# 42521
02 Apr 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Idli and Dosas need no introduction. One of the most famous South Indian breakfast or snack dishes, the dosa is quite versatile ....
Garlicky Oats and Vegetable Soup
Recipe# 4223
05 Mar 19

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
This sumptuous mixed vegetable soup has sharp accents of onion and garlic, which make it quite an exciting start to the meal. In one smart turn, this soup is thickened with rolled oats rather than starchy options like corn flour or plain flour. This not only makes the soup healthy and fibre-ri ....
Oats Idli
Recipe# 38475
20 Apr 19

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Although the original idli itself is quite nutritious, this innovative version is even more wholesome and filling. Oats idli replaces rice with oats, to help reduce the fat content and keep cholestero ....
Masala Chawli
Recipe# 3883
09 Apr 19

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 by Tarla Dalal
The perfect recipe to awaken your senses on a lazy winter’s day! Masala Chawli is packed with flavour and radiates an irresistible aroma! While the tomato pulp and fenugreek leaves impart a rich taste to the cooked cow peas, an aromatic mint paste carries the recipe to an unsurpassed level of gastro ....
Quinoa Veg Upma, Vegan Breakfast
Recipe# 42265
09 Mar 19

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Wondering what to make for breakfast today? Go for this healthy, vegan Quinoa Veg Upma. Loaded with the goodness of quinoa and veggies, this upma tastes awesome, is very filling, and nutritious as well. It is quite easy to make too. You just ....
High Fibre Chilas
Recipe# 3546
26 Feb 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Chila is a tasty and time-tested snack, perfect for breakfast. It gives a lot of room for innovation too, as you can add your favourite veggies, greens or other ingredients to make it as exciting as you want. Here, these scrumptious pancakes are made using buckwheat, which is extremely high in fibre ....
4 Flour Dosa
Recipe# 40159
26 Feb 19

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A unique dosa that is made with a fermented batter of soaked and ground urad combined with the right proportions of four readymade flours, the 4 Flour Dosa is super tasty and notably satiating! Rather than using high glycemic index rice, this sumptuous pancake is made with fibre-rich flours li ....
Buckwheat Dosa
Recipe# 36424
08 Apr 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Um, you feel like having dosa today but no fermented batter on hand? Not to worry! Here is an easy and instant dosa prepared with buckwheat and urad dal. The twist here is that the ingredients are powdered, tempered and then mixed into a batter, which can be cooked immediately into yummy dosas. Serv ....
Doodhi and Chana Dal Subzi
Recipe# 39678
02 Apr 19

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Everyday fare, the Doodhi and Chana Dal Subzi is a wealth of good health. Rich in protein and folic acid, thanks to chana dal and doodhi, this subzi can be prepared easily and quickly provided you have soaked the dal earlier. The best part is that this no-fuss, no-sweat recipe is made with ingredien ....
Carrot Methi Subzi ( Delicious Diabetic Recipe)
Recipe# 3503
25 Feb 19

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This is a great combination of textures and fragrant, spicy flavours that has the added advantage of being quick to make. Enriched with vitamin A, iron and fibre, it is nutritious too.
Chana Dal and Cabbage Tikki
Recipe# 38028
12 Apr 15

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by Tarla Dalal
Diabetic-friendly ingredients like chana dal and cabbage, flavoured elegantly with mint leaves and cumin seeds powder, make brilliant tikkis! The crispness of the Chana Dal and Cabbage Tikki brought about by the interplay of chana dal and curds is indeed remarkable, but must be had fresh off the tav ....
Cauliflower Greens, Methi and Palak Healthy Subzi
Recipe# 42325
25 Feb 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Do you tend to use the cauliflower and throw away the greens? Don’t do that ever again, because what you consider as waste is actually a tasty, green, nutri-dense ingredient that can be used to make awesomely tasty dishes like this one! The Cauliflower Greens, Methi and Palak Healthy Subzi featu ....
Cabbage Foogath
Recipe# 32849
25 Feb 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
This is a dry vegetable dish made with cabbage. Other vegetables like beans, cluster beans, sabre beans, carrots etc can also be prepared in a similar way. One such dry curry is always served along with a traditional south indian lunch.
Ragi Upma (  Iron Rich)
Recipe# 39296
26 Feb 19

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Ragi Upma is a great breakfast option when you want to have a healthy yet easy breakfast. Red millet flour, so full of fibre and iron, makes this a super-nutritious dish. So, although the colour of this upma is not so appealing, its nutrient quotient is, making it a must-try. Make sure you serve it ....
Suva Palak Methi Subzi
Recipe# 42634
29 Mar 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Do those awesome greens tempt you in the market? Go ahead and pick all of them, and pump them into a delicious dish like this to top up on nutrients like iron, folic acid and
Mini Nachni Pancake
Recipe# 38989
26 Feb 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Don’t let the colour of ragi flour put you off, because this sumptuous Mini Nachni Pancake is a winner in all other aspects, including flavour, aroma and nutrition! Loaded with iron and calcium, these toothsome pancakes will help start your day on an energetic and exciting note. Remember however tha ....
Carrot Methi Subzi ( Vitamin A and Vitamin C Rich Recipe )
Recipe# 35081
05 Apr 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Carrots are one of the richest sources of carotenoids after fruits like mangoes and papaya. Fenugreek too is high in antioxidants, vitamin a and c. A great recipe that boosts immunity, eat this often for a stronger you. Tastes delicious when served hot with phulkas and curd.
Spinach and Moath Beans Curry ( Healthy Subzis)
Recipe# 6419
25 Feb 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Generally, spinach is combined with paneer or potatoes in everyday cooking. In this easy subzi, it is combined with sprouted matki, to exponentially increase the nutrient content. Sprouting increases the iron and vitamin A content of moath beans, while spinach adds iron, folic acid and vitamin C to ....
Gavarfali ki Subzi ( Healthy Subzi)
Recipe# 6406
02 Mar 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Traditional vegetables can be cooked in contemporary ways, and vice versa. But, sometimes the olden favourites remain our golden choice! Time can tarnish neither the flavour nor aroma of this Gavarfali ki Subzi, a simple preparation of cluster beans cooked in a curd based gravy. Once you try it, thi ....
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