Let's agree - making a perfectly round roti is not as easy as it seems. Making roti can be quite a task for the ones who just started out their cooking endeavor in the kitchen.
Diabetes Diet: Bajra palak roti or paratha is an excellent choice for winter diet when fresh spinach flocks the markets and bajra, which is a warming food, can be easily had in the cold weather.
Diabetes Diet: Bajra has been hailed for its many health benefits with one being a diabetic-friendly ingredient. Here's how you can include it in your diabetes diet.
Diabetes Diet: Bajra mixed with methi is a powerful combo as both the foods are rich in fibre, which facilitates slow release of glucose in the bloodstream, avoiding sugar spikes.
Rajasthani Breakfast: One of the most beloved breakfast staple is Bajra roti. Bajra is also commonly referred to as pearl millet - this gluten-free wonder is replete with a range of nutrients.
Ragi and bajra are loaded with anti-inflammatory properties that help prevent inflammation and soothe joint and arthritis related pains.
Diabetes is a chronic illness that may require you to tweak the diet a bit. This bajra and cauliflower roti may be a great addition to your diabetes diet.
Immunity: Bajra (Pearl Millet) flour is commony used to make roti in Indian households. If you like the taste of bajra roti, tikki made with it and til tastes even better.
Sara Ali Khan is currently on vacation in Udaipur, Rajasthan where she tried making the delicious Bajra Roti on a Mitti ka Chulha.