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Bajra, Methi and Paneer Parathas

Nutritious bajra and methi rotis stuffed with delicately spiced mixture of paneer and tomatoes. Both bajra and methi are iron rich with a wealth of fibre too. Paneer is a rich source of protein and calcium. Preferably, use fresh home-made paneer made with low calorie milk. If you wish, do not fill the parathas and just make the jowar and methi rotis. . . They are yummy on their own too.

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Bonda, Urad Dal Bonda

Bonda is a filling and scrumptious snack that can be served alone with coffee or as a supplement to idli, dosa or pongal. Normally, either vadas or bondas are served along with a south indian breakfast. Made with urad dal, bondas also provide a healthy dose of proteins to supercharge your day!

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Mini Soya Paneer Pancakes ( Healthy Starter Recipe )

Mini in size; maxi in health! these quick-to-make mini pancakes combine three fibre-rich flours with coriander and paneer, making them so nutritious and delicious that your loved ones will gobble them up without any trouble.

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Garlicky Lentil and Tomato Soup

This unusual soup has been prepared from masoor dal, which is known for being rich in protein and zinc. Tomatoes give it a lovely red tinge whereas onions and garlic impart an enticing aroma. I’ve blended this soup to give it a nice creamy texture without actually adding cream! it’s a great low-calorie appetizer, which fills you up before the meal so that you do not binge on other high-calorie foods.

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Asparagus Bruschetta ( Microwave

Crispy french bread slices topped with asparagus and cheese. The bruschettas can be served as a snack or as an accompaniment to soup. Choose slender, bright green asparagus to make these bruschetta.

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Paneer and Tomato Skewers ( Paneer Snacks )

Layers of delectably flavoured oven-baked paneer, neatly arranged with layers of tomatoes, basil and bread! make sure you make plenty of these colourful skewers as they're sure to be liked by all.

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Jowar and Vegetable Porridge

If you're bored of the regular breakfast dishes, try this new healthy recipe made using jowar. Jowar is a nutritious cereal with plenty of protein, iron and fibre. The curds and vegetables improve its vitamin A and calcium levels. This vegetable porridge accompanied by a fruit is sure to keep you satiated till lunch and prevent you from bingeing on unhealthy mid-morning snacks like biscuits, nuts,chips etc.

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Paneer in White Gravy

Paneer is made with cashewnuts, coriander seeds and whole garam masalas to give a rich vegetable.

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Moong Dal and Spinach Idli

Eliminating rice reduces the calorie count of these spinach idlis, making them suitable for diabetics as well. The same moong dal batter can also be used to make healthy pankis and pancakes.

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Mixed Sprouts Salad

Try this interesting combination for a variation. . . . . An easy way to mix and mask the taste of vegetables by a spicy tempering and maintain your blood sugar levels.