Low calorie rotis | Low calorie parathas | healthy rotis, parathas
Low Calorie Rotis | Low Calorie Parathas |
A yummy paratha always brings to mind a sumptuous treat oozing with butter, ghee or oil. This often makes health-conscious people desist from enjoying their favourite treat!
This section is loaded with healthy low-cal rotis and parathas, which are made with wholesome flours like jowar, bajra, nachni or whole wheat flour, fortified with other healthy ingredients, and cooked with very little oil, ghee or butter.
Low Calorie Indian Rotis
Eat your favourite subzis with a choice of low calorie rotis from our category here. Add flavours to your regular dough and make your rotis exciting with adding ingredients like garlic, vegetables such as fenugreek leaves, spinach, pumpkin or even paneer. Enjoy this Nutritious Lehsuni Methi Roti a soft and fluffy flavourful roti with any healthy subzi of your choice.
Nutritious Lehsuni Methi Roti
Make your rotis protein rich by adding ingredients like curds and paneer to the dough. Paneer Methi Roti is loaded with good quality protein, you can serve it with a bowl of low fat curds or any low fat subzi.
Paneer Methi Roti
Our favourite from the roti’s section is Kaddu Palak Ki Roti as it’s packed with nutrients which come from pumpkin and spinach that not only boosts the colour but also add antioxidants like vitamin A and lutein.
Kaddu Palak Ki Roti
Gujaratis love thepla and it is an important part of Gujarati food habits. Doodhi Theplas
are an inherent part of Gujarati meals, and are used for regular meals, travelling and for picnics! When you anticipate a busy fortnight, you can make a large batch of theplas and keep them in stock and relish with curds and chunda or bateta chips nu shaak.
Low calorie paratha recipes
Parathas are traditionally made using lots of fats like oil and ghee which does not fit in a low calorie diet. Try making your parathas by using whole wheat flour and low fat paneer. Avoid potatoes as they are high in carbs.
Paneer paratha itself is quite popular. Being succulent and flavourful, it appeals to everybody. Now, here is an even more exciting version, Methi Paneer Parathas
made using low fat paneer that is perked up with aromatic fenugreek leaves! The methi contributes not just flavour but also substantial amounts of vitamin A and iron to this toothsome dish. Relish these Methi Paneer Parathas with low fat curds or raita.
Methi Paneer Paratha
: Chana dal and broken wheat make unusual beginnings for a paratha. This combination of bengal gram dal (pulse) and broken wheat (cereal) forms a complete source of protein and also provides fibre. Apart from being rich in nutrients, these parathas are also rich in taste and flavour.
Treat yourself to healthy treats like the Cauliflower Methi Roti, Jowar Pyaz ki Roti and Lehsuni Bajra aur Kaddu ki Roti.
Jowar Pyaz ki Roti