Are you always on the lookout for some healthy and delectable binge-worthy options? For you, this stuffed beetroot Cheela is ideal. This brightly colored cheela is not only attractive to the eye due to its vibrant pink-red color, but it is also nutrient-dense. And we all know how amazingly nutritious beetroot is, it is one of the best sources of plant-based iron, and thus is extremely beneficial especially for women.
This cheela, prepared with besan, quick oats, and beet puree, may be made with very little oil. It’s been packed with tofu and vegetables. Breakfast, brunch, or dinner, this Beetroot Cheela recipe is a must-try. It’s best served with a dip of your choice.
- Helps lower blood pressure levels.
- Lowers the risk of eye and digestive problems.
- May improve muscle power.
- Improves strength and stamina in the body.
- It Helps reduces levels of bad cholesterol.
PREPARATION TIME: 5 minutes
COOKING TIME: 10 minutes
TOTAL TIME: 15 minutes
CALORIES: 150 Kcal/ serve
|2.||Quick oats||4 tbsp.|
|3.||Rice flour/ Besan||1 tbsp.|
|6.||Coriander powder||To taste|
|7.||Cumin powder||To taste.|
|8.||Chili powder||To taste.|
|1.||Tofu/ low fat paneer||80g|
|3.||Cumin seeds||¼ tsp.|
- Add all the ingredients including quick oats, rice flour/ besan, salt, and chopped beetroot and water into a mixer/ grinder and mix well.
- Transfer it to a bowl.
- Grease a tava with some oil, and add a ladle of beetroot batter onto it.
- Cook both sides evenly.
- Now, again brush some oil onto the tava, add cumin seeds, turmeric, and salt, chopped tomatoes, and ultimately mashed tofu/ low fat paneer.
- Sauté and mix well with the help of a spatula.
- Add chopped capsicum and mix well.
- And here is your “Oats and Beetroot Cheela with perfect Bhurji/ Stuffing”
- To enhance its taste, even more, you can add any accompaniment of your choice along with the meal.
Tofu is a complete protein source, including all of the essential amino acids.
Oats are high in fiber and antioxidants, and they provide excellent satiety.
Rice flour is a gluten-free choice that is high in calcium, choline, and insoluble fibers.
Vegetables are high in vitamins and minerals, which are beneficial to your health. Vitamins A (beta-carotene), C, and E, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus, and folate are among them.
Beetroots are rich in folate, a vitamin that helps keep your blood vessels healthy, and potassium, which helps protect your heart. Beetroots are also high in iron, which is an important component of red blood cells.
|ENERGY (Kcal)||CARBS (g)||PROTEIN (g)||FATS (g)|
|305 Kcal||47 g||13.5 g||6.7 g|
CALORIES: 150 Kcal/ serve
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