Not the regular poha recipe but this one is with a twist. Once you try our Low Carb Poha Recipe, there will be no going back to your everyday poha recipe.
- Separate the cauliflower into florets and the stalks. Wash thoroughly.
- Shape and cut the, stalk into cubes to resemble potatoes and rice the florets in a food processor.
- Boil the stalks in salted water for 10 minutes or till tender
- In a pan heat, 1- tbsp olive oil.
- Then add in the mustard seeds and, once they start popping add, in the curry leaves and the onions.
- Season with some salt and turmeric and fry out the spice
- Then add in the green chilies and cook for a further minute or so.
- Add in the cauliflower rice, season with salt, add a splash of water, and cover and cook till tender.
- Once the cauliflower is, done add in the fake potatoes and give it all a good mix.
- Finish with coriander and a squeeze of lime juice
- This poha recipe has 50% fewer calories than our normal Poha.
- Moroever this recipe is DIABETIC FRIENDLY.
- The fact that poha can also be cooked in different ways means that it can be both tasty and healthy.
- Those who are on a diet can still enjoy a delicious breakfast without losing out on the benefits.
- Poha can be eaten as a snack too but it essentially is a good breakfast option despite oats, quinoa, and other whole grains flooding the Indian market and being promoted as ‘healthy and nutritious’.
- Also, Nutritionists acknowledge poha’s high nutrient value and recommend it as one of the healthiest Indian breakfasts.
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- No peanut in our recipe but if using peanut: use it to garnish 5-10 gm
- A lot of us are trying to ignore cards or go on a low-carb diet and if you are diabetic poha Can fluctuate your blood sugar levels rapidly and it’s not an ideal breakfast option for someone who’s diabetic
- Please make the Low Carb Poha Recipe under the guidance of a dietitian/nutritionist.