Gluten Free | Sugar Free | Low GI | Low Carb
|Ragi Flour||4 Tbsp||<50||Low|
|Urad Dal Flour||2 Tbsp||<50||Low|
|Flax Seeds||1 Tbsp (Roasted And Powdered)||<15||Very Low|
|Vegetables (Onions, Coriander, Capsicum)||½ Cup (Finely Chopped)||<50||Low|
|Green Chillies||2 (Finely Chopped)||0||Negligible|
|Coconut Oil||2 Tsp||0||Negligible|
Note: All ingredients used should be organic, free from pesticides and Non-GMO.
METHOD OF COOKING
- – Add ragi flour along with urad dal flour into a mixing bowl.
- – Add the powdered flax seeds, chopped onions and chillies to the bowl.
- – Add the curds and water to get a batter consistency and keep aside for 30 minutes.
Heat non-stick dosa pan, take one ladle of batter and prepare like thick pancake / thick dosa.
- – Smear oil, add the capsicum, coriander and then cover and cook both the sides in a medium flame.
- – Once done, remove from the flame and repeat the process for the remaining batter. Serve hot.
Nutritional Chart (Nutrients/Serving)
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Nutritional Comments: Ragi is great for diabetics due to its low GI, soluble fibre and high magnesium content all helping to regulate the balance of glucose and insulin in the body. But do limit your serving of ragi to the quantity mentioned above or to half a cup at most. The addition of flax seeds to this recipe is to add omega 3 fats into your diet which helps maintain healthy heart and fat profile. Enjoy this healthy uttapam with freshly made mint or coriander chutney.