The 'bitter' with a tangy touch! No more fretting over making Karela eatable to kids since this recipe here will leave everyone asking for more.
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Karela contains an insulin-like compound called Polypeptide-p (p-insulin) that is known to promote diabetes management.
Diabetes food: Karela contains plenty of health-giving characteristics, anoint it as a must-have food in our regular diet. Karela is especially recommended for diabetes patients as its properties help in regulating blood pressure levels.
In this karela sabzi recipe, the karela is stir-fried with some striking spices, sweet jaggery (gur), healthy cashew nuts and sesame seeds. Don't let this healthful vegetable sit idle in your kitchen and eventually go ...
Karela is an underrated veggie that has multiple health benefits. Let's look at an interesting way to twist the vegetable with this karela recipe that would be loved by everyone from kids to adults.
You can now savour bitter gourd in a completely new avatar that is both delectable and healthy at the same time.
Karela or bitter gourd is often recommended as part of the diabetes diet due to its rich nutritional profile.
These fritters are crispy, healthy, fuss-free and can help you whip up a unique snack in this rainy season.