To Know Your Ideal Body Weight, BMI & Obesity Degree - CLICK HERE          Contact: +918928001614/+919820792855 to know more!

Keema Roti

VIEWS 41

Energy (kcal) - 387

Protein (g) - 10.9

Carbohydrate (g) - 25

Fat (g) - 7.8

Khyati's Health-O-Meter Says:

The Mughlai cuisine is tasty, filling and nutritious. Curd is a probiotic that helps the gut to function better. Mint leaves are also good for digestion.The amount of protein is just well suited for body toning.

INGREDIENTS:
  • Mutton (minced) - 30 g
  • Whole wheat flour - 3 tbsp
  • Ginger-garlic paste - 1 tbsp
  • Oil - 1 tsp
  • Garam masala powder - ½ tsp
  • Red chilli powder - 1 tsp
  • Turmeric powder - ½ tsp
  • Black pepper powder - ½ tsp
  • Salt to taste
  • Fresh mint leaves - 10 leaves
  • Onions finely chopped - 1 small
  • Green chilli paste - 1 tsp 
  • Dried mango powder - ½ tsp
Curd Dip-
  • Curd - ½ cup
  • Mint coriander chutney - 2 tsp
DIRECTIONS:
Step 1 Heat oil in a non-stick pan, add ginger-garlic paste, mutton minced , garam masala powder, red chilli powder, turmeric powder and black pepper powder and mix well. Add salt and mix well. Cook till the mutton is done. Step 2 Add mint leaves and mix well. Transfer into a bowl, mash lightly with the back of spoon, add onions, green chillies,and dried mango powder and mix well.  Step 3 Knead a whule wheat flour dough and rull in a circular form Step 4 Place a little of the stuffing in the centre. Gather the roti in the form of pleats; twist and press in the centre. Step 5 Slightly rull it and cook on a hot tawa until both the sides are evenly cooked. Step 6 Mix together curd and chutney and serve.
  • Recipe Category:
  • Mutton
    Recipe Title:

    Keema Roti

    Recipe Views:
    41
    Recipe Type:
    Non Veg
    Recipe Kcal:
    387

    Energy
    (kcal)

    10.9

    Protein
    (g)

    25

    Carbohydrate
    (g)

    7.8

    Fat
    (g)

    Khyati's
    Health-O-Meter Says:

    The Mughlai cuisine is tasty, filling and nutritious. Curd is a probiotic that helps the gut to function better. Mint leaves are also good for digestion.The amount of protein is just well suited for body toning.

    INGREDIENTS:
    • Mutton (minced) - 30 g
    • Whole wheat flour - 3 tbsp
    • Ginger-garlic paste - 1 tbsp
    • Oil - 1 tsp
    • Garam masala powder - ½ tsp
    • Red chilli powder - 1 tsp
    • Turmeric powder - ½ tsp
    • Black pepper powder - ½ tsp
    • Salt to taste
    • Fresh mint leaves - 10 leaves
    • Onions finely chopped - 1 small
    • Green chilli paste - 1 tsp 
    • Dried mango powder - ½ tsp
    Curd Dip-
    • Curd - ½ cup
    • Mint coriander chutney - 2 tsp
    DIRECTIONS:
    Step 1 Heat oil in a non-stick pan, add ginger-garlic paste, mutton minced , garam masala powder, red chilli powder, turmeric powder and black pepper powder and mix well. Add salt and mix well. Cook till the mutton is done. Step 2 Add mint leaves and mix well. Transfer into a bowl, mash lightly with the back of spoon, add onions, green chillies,and dried mango powder and mix well.  Step 3 Knead a whule wheat flour dough and rull in a circular form Step 4 Place a little of the stuffing in the centre. Gather the roti in the form of pleats; twist and press in the centre. Step 5 Slightly rull it and cook on a hot tawa until both the sides are evenly cooked. Step 6 Mix together curd and chutney and serve.
    Recipe Title: Keema Roti
  • Recipe Category: Mutton
  • Recipe Views: 41
    Recipe Type: Non Veg
    Recipe Kcal:

    Energy 387 (kcal), Protein 10.9 (g), Carbohydrate 25 (g), fat 7.8 (g).





    Khyati's
    Health-O-Meter Says:

    The Mughlai cuisine is tasty, filling and nutritious. Curd is a probiotic that helps the gut to function better. Mint leaves are also good for digestion.The amount of protein is just well suited for body toning.

    INGREDIENTS:
    • Mutton (minced) - 30 g
    • Whole wheat flour - 3 tbsp
    • Ginger-garlic paste - 1 tbsp
    • Oil - 1 tsp
    • Garam masala powder - ½ tsp
    • Red chilli powder - 1 tsp
    • Turmeric powder - ½ tsp
    • Black pepper powder - ½ tsp
    • Salt to taste
    • Fresh mint leaves - 10 leaves
    • Onions finely chopped - 1 small
    • Green chilli paste - 1 tsp 
    • Dried mango powder - ½ tsp
    Curd Dip-
    • Curd - ½ cup
    • Mint coriander chutney - 2 tsp
    DIRECTIONS:
    Step 1 Heat oil in a non-stick pan, add ginger-garlic paste, mutton minced , garam masala powder, red chilli powder, turmeric powder and black pepper powder and mix well. Add salt and mix well. Cook till the mutton is done. Step 2 Add mint leaves and mix well. Transfer into a bowl, mash lightly with the back of spoon, add onions, green chillies,and dried mango powder and mix well.  Step 3 Knead a whule wheat flour dough and rull in a circular form Step 4 Place a little of the stuffing in the centre. Gather the roti in the form of pleats; twist and press in the centre. Step 5 Slightly rull it and cook on a hot tawa until both the sides are evenly cooked. Step 6 Mix together curd and chutney and serve.

    Copyright ©2024 Balancenutrition.in .All Rights Reserved.

    Keema Roti - BY KHYATI RUPANI

    10 FEB 2018
    VIEWS 41

    RELATED RECIPES

    Chicken Kebab

    Chicken kebab is delicious and easy to prepare. Chicken thigh is a good source of lean protein. The spices used in this kebab like garlic cloves, ginger and cinnamon provide the necessary nutrients and taste and also provides anti-inflammatory properties as well.

    Bengali Dry Chicken

    A mouthwatering Bengali recipe, chicken in low-fat gravy is not only high in the protein found in chicken but also low in calories, containing healthy fats. Chicken is the best lean protein meat that can be consumed in any form, makes an ideal dish for weight management.

    Fried Fish Rice

    Brown rice fried rice makes this dish more nutritious, healthy and it is packed with a good amount of protein. Spring onions are rich in vitamins including Vitamin C, vitamin B12 and thiamine. They also contain Vitamin A and Vitamin K. In addition, these are good sources of copper, phosphorous, magnesium, potassium, chromium, manganese and fiber. The chromium content in spring onions has health benefits for diabetics. It controls blood sugar levels and improves glucose tolerance. Fish is rich in omega 3 and 6 which is good for skin, good for heart, helps to lower blood pressure and bones.