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High Fiber Chilla

VIEWS 2360

Energy (kcal)- 155

Protein (g) - 3.4

Carbohydrate (g)- 23

Fat (g) - 4.2

Khyati's Health-O-Meter Says:

Buckwheat is an amazing source of fiber and has a low glycemic index too. This combination is believed to be beneficial for people who want to drop weight. High fiber content keeps the hunger pangs at bay and gives a feeling of fullness for a longer duration. Adding curd to get a smooth batter also adds up to the protein content


  • Buckwheat - 2 tbsp
  • Sanwa millet (sama) - 2 Tsp
  • Low fat curds (dahi) - 2 tbsp
  • Ginger - green chilli paste - 1/4th tsp
  • Mixed veggies (carrot, spring onion) - ¼ cup
  • Chopped coriander (dhania) - 1/4th tbsp
  • Salt - to taste
  • Oil for cooking - 1/2 Tsp

Step 1 Combine the buckwheat, curds, sanwa millet with a ½ cup of water and mix well. Allow it to soak for 2 hours.  Step 2 Liquidize this mixture in a blender till it is a smooth puree.  Step 3 Pour it into a bowl and add the ginger-green chilli paste, carrot, spring onions, coriander and salt and mix well.  Step 4 Pour approx. 3 tablespoons of this batter onto a heated non - stick pan.  Step 5 Cook the chilla on both sides using a little oil, till both sides are golden brown.  Step 6 Repeat to make more chillas.

High Fiber Chilla - BY KHYATI RUPANI

10 FEB 2018
VIEWS 2360


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