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Indian Sevai Upma
Very healthy, low in fat, nutritious breakfast dish for kids as well as for all. This is a combination of lightly roasted sevai with veggies like carrot, green peas and with the crunchy addition of roasted peanuts. Tastes simply great with dollop of ghee or... - 111.536
Barley And Mung Bean Khichadi
Join Toby in preparing this excellent Indian staple dish on loan from fellow Registered Dietitian Gita Patel from Gita's new book "Blending Science with Spices". This diabetes-friendly side dish is rich in soluble and insoluble fiber and traditional Indian... - 105.735
Broken Wheat Upma
Broken wheat upma is an indian preparation that is commonly served as breakast or a filling snack. Cooked with veggies and flavored with onions, ginger and green chiliezs, the upma is garnished with fresh coriander leaves.This is a special low sugar recipe... - 43.2053
Are you diabetic and looking for Bran Biscuit Recipe? Then this is a perfect recipe for you. This is a diabetic friendly recipe. This biscuit is not only delicious but also very nutritious . You must try this bran biscuits recipe. - 42.4367
Sweet Corn Salad..
You don't want to over bear the flavor of the fresh corn - just enough to enhance the flavor.
* To make chiffonade: Stack basil leaves, then cut across the stack to make small "ribbons."
Scrape the corn kernels from the ears of corn by using a sharp... - 40.9458
Cornflakes Apple Cream Topping
Cornflake apple cream topping is a great delicious and my favourite quick breakfast. Healthy yet tasty dish to relish all-day..! - 33.896
This dish can be eaten as a breakfast food or as supper. Doctors prescribe wheat porridge for diabetic patients as part of their menu. It is a very light food. - 29.0244
Protein Rich Indian Style Baked Beans On Toast
Baked Beans continues to be popular breakfast item in many parts of the world. It makes for a great beginning to the day, providing plenty of essential proteins that are important to kick start the metabolism and keep you going strong till the next meal. - 0
Broken Wheat Upma (healthy Breakfast)
Fibre-rich broken wheat variation of the traditional semolina upma. The carrots and green peas add the necessary crunch along with the wealth of vitamin a. - 0
Oats Upma (fibre-rich Breakfast)
Ideal for diabetics, this fibre-rich upma made with quick cooking oats and enhanced with carrots and green peas, will appeal to others as well. This makes a truly filling breakfast that will keep you going till lunch time. - 0