Mung Bean,Spinach Pancakes & Sweet Potato Hash ….DFT

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Enjoy these crispy Moong daal Pancakes first thing in the morning which are easy to prepare and has very little carbs and full of fiber and protein . The best part is that these pancakes are made with very few ingredients. This recipe is suitable for diabetics, weight watchers, and protein packed diet

For Batter

1 cup yellow Mung Beans

1½ tbsp Any whole grain flour of your choice ( optional)

1/2 cup chopped spinach

2 Green Chilies

1 tsp grated Ginger

Water as needed

Salt to taste

Red Chili Powder as per taste

Oil to shallow fry the pancakes ( I hardly used 1 tbs for 8 pan cakes )

Method : 1. Soak the moong daal in enough water till soft . ( I soaked overnight) 2. Coarsely Grind the dal into a batter along with ginger and green chilies . 3. Remove the dal batter in a bowl and add spinach , salt and red chili powder ( you can even add extra finely chopped ginger and green chilies) 4. Mix in the water to make a thick pourable batter.

To make Pancakes … 1. Heat a non-stick pan and add very little oil ( only if needed

2. Pour two table spoons of batter in the pan.

3. Quickly spread it using the back of a spoon and cook on medium heat till the bottom of the pancake turns nicely brown.

4. Flip it and cook the other side too.

5. Remove the pancake on an absorbent sheet or kitchen towel.

6. Serve hot with coriander chutney or condiment of your choice ..

Moong dhal is particularly high in dietary fiber, providing almost 15.5 grams of fiber per 1-cup serving. This provides between 40.5 and 71percent of the dietary reference intake for fiber per day for adult men and women. Dietary fiber can help reduce blood cholesterol levels as well as prevent dietary complications, such as constipation and diverticulosis. A diet high in dietary fiber will also reduce the risk of overeating, as you feel fuller with less food. image Sweet Potato Hash browns This recipe of hash is both sweet and savory , delicious and so easy to prepare that you won’t believe it . One can also add eggs , lean meat or sausages to make a one-pot breakfast scramble.

Ingredients 2 cups grated sweet potatoes

1/4 tsp salt

1/2 tsp pepper

2 Tbsp olive oil

Directions

In a bowl, combine potatoes, salt, and pepper.

Divide into 4 patties.

In a griddle or a pan, heat the oil over medium-high heat, and cook potato mixture for 2 minutes on each side or until golden brown.

Sweet potatoes are considered a superfood for diabetics, says the American Diabetes Association (AMA). They have been shown to stabilise blood-sugar levels by lowering insulin resistance. They contain a high amount of fibre, which also helps to reduce levels of “bad” LDL cholesterol in the body.

DISCLAIMER : Remember, these are guidelines, not a precise prescription or diet. Your individual health situation may mean that this way of eating won’t work for you. Before making any changes to your diet, please consult with your healthcare practitioner. image image FOR MORE DIABETES FRIENDLY BREAKFAST OPTIONS VISIT :

Sonal’s Recipe For RAJMA AND SOY SPICY BREAKFAST PATTIES HERE

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Sarika’s Recipe For BREAKFAST BURRITO HERE
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Prachi’s Recipe for Oats-barley-wholewheat loaf HERE

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