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Mexican Rice

This rice is made without oil, and using brown rice instead of white to enhance the fibre content. Moreover, lots of fibre-rich and nutritious veggies are also added to this version of the Mexican Rice to help control blood sugar levels and make this a diabetic-friendly recipe.        

Cabbage Masala

An unusual preparation of cabbage and green peas perked up with an aromatic and flavorful paste of cooked onions, ginger and spices. What makes this fibre and vitamin C rich Cabbage Masala delicious is the mild crunch so cook the cabbage only for the required time, and don’t make it mushy.      

Sprouts Stir Fry

Sprouts are a good source of protein, calcium and iron. Iron and folic acid builds hemoglobin and blood that is required to provide oxygen whereas protein and calcium are required for the growth, maintenance and wear and tear of muscles.    

Tomato Fenugreek Leaves Rice

Iron-laden Fenugreek leaves are combined with Vitamin C rich tomatoes which helps in the absorption of iron. For an additional fibre touch, i have used the unpolished brown rice which is beneficial for weight watchers, diabetics and people with high cholesterol.          

Spaghetti Squash Lasagna with Broccolini

In this low-carb spaghetti squash lasagna recipe, garlicky broccolini, spaghetti squash and cheese are combined for a healthy take on a favorite casserole. This bakes right in the squash shells for a fun presentation. Serve with a big Caesar salad and some warm and crusty whole-grain bread.    

Falafel Salad with Lemon Tahini Dressing

Deep-fried falafel can be a total grease bomb. But these pan-seared falafel still get crispy in just a few tablespoons of oil with equally satisfying results. Be sure to use dried, instead of canned, chickpeas in this healthy recipe, canned chickpeas add too much moisture.