Start Your Day With Bajra And Methi Missi Roti
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Without Indian bread and a dish, an Indian dinner cannot be considered complete. Ms. Priyam Naik has selected this Bajra-Methi Missi Roti recipe specifically for diabetics. It is created with a blend of two flours that guarantees a nutritious, healthful meal. In addition to being a very rich source of protein, bajra or pearl millet also has a high fibre content, a low glycemic index, and a low carbohydrate count. When combined with methi leaves, this recipe's fibre content is increased even more. Methi plays an equal part in this dish because it helps diabetics greatly to manage blood sugar levels. Along with the low-fat curd and rich vitamin and mineral content, this recipe creates a delightful and nutritious treat for all diabetics.

Benefits of methi-

1. They enhance the health of the skin, hair, heart, and digestion. Additionally, they possess anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.

2. According to studies, eating fenugreek leaves may help lower cholesterol. They accomplish this by limiting the body's production of harmful cholesterol.

3. An abundant source of antioxidants is fenugreek. They include beta carotene, vitamin A, and vitamin C. Poor metabolism causes the body to produce free radicals, which unfortunately harms cells and organs in the human body.

4. According to studies, fenugreek may help control blood sugar. Fenugreek contains the amino acid 4HO-Ile, which has anti-diabetic effects. Both insulin sensitivity and insulin secretion are stimulated. As a result, this promotes stable blood glucose levels.

5. Antioxidants can prevent kidney stones, according to studies. Fenugreek's antioxidants can help lower their level and prevent kidney stones from forming. Fenugreek's anti-inflammatory qualities also contribute. It protects renal tissue damage by inhibiting calcium accumulation in the kidney.

methi paratha/

1. 200 Gram Bajra flour

2. 100-gram Wheat flour

3. 250-gram Fenugreek leaves

4. 2 Garlic cloves, finely chopped

5. 1 tbsp Low fat curd

6. 1 Green chilli, chopped

7. 50-gram Low fat paneer

8. 2 tsp Coriander leaves, chopped

9. 1/2 tsp Haldi powder

10. 1/2 tsp Red chilli powder

11. Salt to taste 


1. Combine all the ingredients and add the necessary amount of water to form a firm dough. 

2. Separate into five pieces. Roll out into thin rotis, then roast them until done on a tawa. 

3. Warm up and serve with green chutney.