Infused with the goodness of vegetables, this recipe of Stir Fry Veggie could be a great option for both lunch as well as dinner.
Diabetes Friendly Recipes
Open Atta Sandwiches are loved by both young and old alike. It is quick, yummy and healthy! Here's our version of Open Atta Sandwiches.
Try this healthy and nutritious Whole Green Moong Muthiya. You can have it for breakfast as well as for snacks.
Tomato Chutney is a great option if you want to make your food and snacks time exciting. Try this easy-to-cook recipe and treat your taste buds to this delicacy.
Millet Porridge is the most healthy option for those who run away from calories. You can indulge in it without any guilt. Wondering how to prepare it? Read our recipe below.
Veggie Wrap is loved by both kids and older people. It gives you a break from the regular food items and also keeps you full for a longer time.
Pumpkins can be yummy too! Yes, you read that right. Masala Pumpkin is a great option for those days when you don't want to put in too much effort in your kitchen, yet don't want to compromise on health.
Now no more running away from karela, we bring you a delicious pumpkin and karela sabji. This dish is quite unique and best for people suffering from diabetes.
Palak is a storehouse of a variety of nutrients and works great for weight loss and for those who want to control high cholesterol. If you are wondering how to include this powerful veggie in your diet, then here's a simple and interesting recipe for you.
This scrumptious recipe of mushroom and paneer tikka can be savoured at any time of the day and suits every occasion. It's healthy and super yummy!
Moong dal is a great source of protein, fibre, antioxidants and other essential nutrients. It is one of the most cherished foods in India and is also perfect for daily consumption.
Tickle your taste buds with this yummy and colourful stir-fried bell peppers recipe