An Indian meal is never complete without the addition of an Indian bread along with it. However, if you're a diabetic, you know how challenging it can be to maintain a diet that doesn't have an impact on your blood sugar levels. Most Indian breads are made using flours such as maida and whole wheat which makes it difficult to eliminate them from your diet. But what if we tell you that you can tweak your rotis to be diabetic-friendly too. Here we bring you a bajra methi missi roti recipe that is not only diabetic-friendly but super healthy too!
As the name suggests, this roti is made using bajra and methi. Bajra or pearl millet is high in fibre and protein and low on carbohydrates. When mixed with methi, it further increases its fibre content. This roti is loaded with essential nutrients and vitamins, making it an ideal bread for people suffering with diabetes. Make this bajra methi missi roti for lunch or even for dinner. The best part is that you can make this roti in just under 20 minutes. So, without further ado, let's take a look at the recipe:
Bajra Methi Missi Roti Recipe: How To Make Bajra Methi Missi Roti
To make bajra methi missi roti, combine bajra flour, wheat flour, fenugreek (saunf) leaves, garlic cloves, curd, paneer, coriander leaves, turmeric powder, red chilli powder and salt and knead into a firm dough. Add water as required. Divide the dough into five portions and roll into thin rotis. Now, heat a tawa and roast the rotis until done from both sides. Serve hot with green chutney. Bajra methi missi roti is ready!
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