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Typhoid Protein Rich recipes
Last Updated : Aug 16,2019
Proteins are required to maintain and repair your body tissues. When one suffers from typhoid, there is a lot of tissue breakdown due to an increase in the body’s metabolic rate. So, proteins are a must-have. Include yoghurt and eggs, because they are easily digestible and provide good quality proteins. Vegetarians can obtain protein from dals, nuts, milk, curds and paneer. My Fair Lady and Moong Dal Sultani are protein-rich foods worth a try.
Milk and milk products can be consumed only if the patient can tolerate them. For those who wish to go on a dairy-free diet, there are options like the Banana Almond Shake.
Some traditional delicacies are rich in protein. But, if you are unable to consume solid foods, have something soft like the Moong Dal Khichdi.
When your health begins looking up, you can have egg recipes like the Scrambled Eggs and Fried Egg, if you are ovo-vegetarian.
Many more delicious recipes in this section will make sure your daily protein needs are met.
Enjoy our healthy typhoid recipes, Indian typhoid diet and other typhoid articles below.
Typhoid Low Fibre
Moong Dal Khichdi for Babies by Tarla Dalal
The Moong Dal Khichdi for Babies
features an ideal combo of a cereal and a pulse, which is suitable for your baby once she has adapted to regular rice and dal mash.
This hearty and satiating Green Moong Dal Khichdi for Babies
give not just lo ....
Strawberry and Black Grape Raita by Tarla Dalal
While raitas are usually made with vegetables, you might perhaps have made some fruity attempts with apples or oranges. But, have you ever thought of making a Strawberry and Black Grape Raita? You must try it to believe how fantastic it is! This unusual combination of fruits transforms into a truly ....
Walnut and Cashewnut Balls by Tarla Dalal
Finger foods that are handy and yummy are always a huge hit. If they are sweet, then they are unbeatable! Walnut and Cashewnut Balls is one such healthy finger food for kids, made of calcium-rich walnuts and cashews roasted in ghee and bound together with sugar syrup. Do not make the sugar syrup too ....
Wholesome Khichdi by Tarla Dalal
Khichdi is perhaps the most popular, comforting and homely of rice dishes, enjoyed by Indians the world over. While there are various versions of khichdi, known by various names, every community has some way of preparing this wholesome combination of rice and moong dal, which is nutritious, energisi ....
Banana Almond Shake, Ibs Recipe by Tarla Dalal
This is a luscious shake with a pleasant fruity flavour. Since milk is a major concern for people with irritable bowl syndrome (IBS), this recipe is made using almond milk instead.
The Banana Almond Shake has a soft, soothing flavour with the natural sweetness of bananas. We have avoided refined ....
Hard Boiled Eggs by Tarla Dalal
Hard-boiled Eggs can be made quickly and easily, and served with breakfast, lunch or dinner.
The eggs are cooked whole, then the shell is removed, the eggs are halved and served with a simple seasoning of salt and pepper.
The cooking time is very important to get the perfect hard-boiled egg. ....
Scrambled Eggs by Tarla Dalal
Scrambled Eggs is an international favourite, especially at breakfast time. It is easy to make, sumptuous and amazingly tasty, so why not give it a try?
This perfect breakfast
recipe will be soft and gooey, and not fully coo ....
Moong Dal Sultani by Tarla Dalal
Even commonly consumed dals rock when combined intelligently with the right ingredients! Garlic and tomatoes add tang and taste to this versatile dal, which goes well with rice as well as with phulkas. Folic acid content of moong dal is an added benefit to this dal.
Banana Raita by Tarla Dalal
A perfect blend of sweet and spice, this Banana Raita will change your view about the fruit. If you thought it could be used to make only desserts and fruit salads, you will be pleasantly surprised by this recipe, where we make a mouth-watering raita with bananas and fresh curds tempered with mustar ....
Mint Raita ( Phudina Raita) by Tarla Dalal
Mint works it magic once again, leaving the diners spellbound with this flavourful and aromatic raita. The Mint Raita features an ideal combination of flavours including the peppiness of mint, the soothing tanginess of curds and the mild spiciness of cumin. A spoonful of sugar helps to highlight all ....
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