Here is another unique, tempting and healthy “Low Carb High Protein Meal” enriched with the goodness of multiple healthy ingredients. This is my go-to meal when I have nothing on mind to prepare for dinner. Not only very easy to make, but is highly nutritious and delicious all at the same time.
May improve cardiovascular health.
Helps in reduction of hypertension.
Aids in weight loss and management.
Bolsters the immune system.
May help brain health.
Helps in managing blood sugar levels.
Eases digestion and prevents constipation.
Low fat paneer/ Tofu
Mustard seeds (For Tempering)
Roasted Cumin powder
Red chili powder
In a bowl, add low fat paneer/tofu.
Sprinkle all the seasonings onto it.
Cover it with a lid, and shake it well so the low-fat paneer/ tofu is coated well with seasonings.
In a pan, add oil and mustard seeds.
Once they start to crackle, add peanuts, and sauté a bit.
Now add peas, curry leaves, and peas.
Add corns, chopped carrot and capsicum to the pan.
Cover the contents with a lid on and cook.
Now add turmeric, desiccated coconut, and other spices as required.
Add little water to infuse the spices well.
Now add grated cauliflower to it and mix everything.
Cover it with a lid and let it cook.
In another pan, add oil and marinated tofu.
Roast both sides of tofu/ low fat paneer.
In the same bowl which was used to marinate tofu, add the chickpeas to coat them with the remaining batter.
And also roast them a bit in pan.
Repeat the same step with tomatoes by sprinkling some salt on it.
Meanwhile the contents in the other pan are almost cooked.
Now it’s time for assembling everything.
And in this manner, a very yummy, palatable, and healthy “Low carb High protein meal” is ready!
Tofu is abundant in protein and provides all of your body’s required amino acids. It also contains lipids, carbohydrates, and numerous vitamins and minerals.
Chickpeas are high in carbohydrate, protein, fiber, B vitamins, and a few minerals.
Cauliflower is abundant in Vitamin C, folate, vitamin K, B complex vitamins, and vitamin E. It contains essential minerals such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, sodium, and iron while excluding cholesterol.
Veggies are an ultimate source of fiber, antioxidants, and plenty of micronutrients.
Curry leaves are an excellent source of vitamin C, A, E, and B.
Desiccated Coconut is a source of healthy fat along with selenium, fiber, copper, and manganese.