Diabetes has become a global issue over time with more and more people being at the risk of it. And the biggest reason for the rapidly increasing cases is simply because there's no cure for it. Which is why it is crucial to maintain a balanced diet and lifestyle. If you're someone who is struggling with diabetes, we know how difficult it is to curb your cravings. As per health experts, the best way to manage blood sugar levels is to include green leafy vegetables in your diet. And one such vegetable that is known for its numerous health benefits is Tinda (Indian squash.) While many people find this veggie extremely boring, this stuffed tinda recipe will definitely change your mind.
Tinda is rich in vitamins A, C and K, has a high water content and is rich in fibre. In this recipe, blanched tindas are stuffed with a cheese and spinach stuffing and baked to perfection. These stuffed tindas taste best when paired with any Indian bread of your choice and will be a great addition to your diabetes diet. Check out the recipe below:
Stuffed Tinda Recipe: How To Make Stuffed Tindas
First, slice the tindas and scoop out the seeds. Season the cavity with salt and pepper. Now, melt some butter in a pan. Stir in the flour and cook for around 30 seconds. Pour in the warm, strained milk. Stir over medium flame until it thickens.
Next, beat in cheese, cumin, yolks and spinach. Season well. Whip the whites until they become firm. Fold into the mixture and spoon into the tinda cavity or pour into a buttered ovenproof dish. Bake at 200 degree C, until well risen, for about 10-15 minutes. Stuffed tindas are ready!
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Try out this delicious recipe at home and let us know how you liked its taste in the comments below. Happy Cooking!