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Low-Carb Zucchini Paratha Recipe | Diabetes-friendly Paratha

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We know that you like your regular Aloo Paratha for breakfast. But do you know, it can lead to a spike in your sugar levels. Being a diabetic, it is important that you eat food items which are high in fibre and low in carbohydrates. Therefore, we have come up with a BeatO Food Lab special low-carb zucchini paratha recipe for you.

While relishing this delicious paratha, make sure you do not overindulge and keep the portion size in mind. Even while you make use of diabetes-friendly ingredients and diabetes-friendly ways of making your favourite recipes, portion size will remain the key factor for keeping your sugar levels within the controlled range.

How To Make a Low-Carb Zucchini Paratha?

Eating a low-carb zucchini paratha is the perfect way to satiate your craving for eating something delicious. Also, you do not have to worry about your sugar levels. Relish this paratha with some yoghurt and butter to have a delightful meal.

Ingredients

  • BeatO Low Carb Aata – 1 ½ cup
  • Zucchini – 1 ( grated )
  • Red Chilli Powder – 1tsp
  • Amchoor Powder – 1 tsp
  • Ajwain – ½ tsp
  • Coriander Powder – 1 tsp
  • Chopped Fresh Coriander
  • Salt
  • Ghee

Method

  • Mix all the ingredients with Low-Carb Atta. Add a little water to form a dough.
  • Knead this mixture by adding a little ghee. Keep the dough aside for 20 mins
  • Make the roti/ paratha as you usually do.
  • Top it up with a little cube of butter. Serve with yoghurt.
zucchini paratha

Itis a healthier alternative to regular Roti/chapathi. A Zucchini Paratha is rich in fibre and protein. It is also filled with the goodness of essential minerals and vitamins. The recommended portion size for Zucchini Paratha is 2 medium-sized Roti’s.

Read More – Diabetes-friendly Cauliflower Poha Recipe

If you still feel unsure about adding this to your diabetic diet, you should always speak to your health coach or doctor. They will give you the right guidance on what can or cannot be included in your diabetic diet. Also, if you wish to manage your sugar levels in the right manner, do not forget to have a workout routine and monitor your sugar levels on a regular basis.

Author – Sakshi Poptani

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Sakshi Poptani

Sakshi Poptani

As a Content strategist, I have a keen eye for storytelling, brand marketing and community management. I have worked across three sectors - hospitality, technology and healthcare. They have evolved me as a writer and helped me bridge the gaps between storytelling and brand management. I have an unwavering aim of reaching out to as many people as I can. I want to enhance the perspective and insights of both my readers and my own self as I tread further in my journey.

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