You are in the middle of any season; you'll find plenty of foods around to add to your diabetes diet. Diabetes or high blood sugar can be efficiently managed through a thoughtfully curated diet. Nature's bounty is full of low Glycaemic foods, which can come in handy to tweak our diet to suit our condition. Indian produce is brimming with fresh guavas this time of the year. For the unversed, this fruit is considered to be one of the best foods for diabetes diet.
The green-coloured fruit, with the seeded flesh inside, tastes great when eaten raw. You are required to remove the seeds though, to enjoy the sweet, juicy fruit with or without the peel. But sometimes, we unknowingly end up getting unripe guavas home and we just don't know what to with them. They are hard and a bit sour in taste. Instead of just tossing them out, turn those semi-ripe guavas into a delectable Indian curry, which will surprise you with its overwhelming flavours.
Guava For Diabetes Diet I Health Benefits Of Guava
Besides being a low glycaemic food, guava has low sodium and high potassium content. According to the data of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), 100 gm serving of guava provides a whopping 417 gm of potassium. On top of it, guava is extremely rich in fibre and low in calories - all these features add up to make guava an essential addition to a diabetes diet.
How To Make Guava Curry Or Amrood Ki Sabzi:
First off, this guava dish is made a whole host of diabetes-friendly ingredients apart from guava: curd, tomatoes, fennel seeds, lemon juice and other healthy spices. Terrific, isn't it? Now, let's see how to make this amazing Indian-style guava curry.
Here's the step-by-step recipe of amrood ki sabzi with easy-to-follow cooking instructions.
Guavas are cooked in a tangy gravy of tomatoes and curd, seasoned with a range of spices like heeng, fennel seeds, cumin, turmeric powder etc, along with a smattering of lemon juice.
Pair the amrood ki sabzi with roti and enjoy a hearty Indian meal with your family.
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