Diabetic friendly beetroot cutlets. Diabetic friendly beetroot cutlets A Chef and A Mom Pune. Suffering from diabetics, doesn't mean you cannot enjoy anything tasty. Here's an appetiser which you can eat guilt free!
Beetroot contains unique phytonutrients called "betalains" as well as lutein and zeaxanthin. Beets are high in inorganic nitrates. Dogs can eat beet safely with no chaos. You can have Diabetic friendly beetroot cutlets using 11 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Diabetic friendly beetroot cutlets
- You need 2 cup of beetroot, grated.
- It’s 1 of onion, finely chopped.
- You need 1 tbspn of dry spices like turmeric, red chilli & Garam masala.
- Prepare 1 tbspn of ginger-garlic paste.
- You need 1 handful of fresh coriander leaves.
- Prepare 1 cup of quick cooking oats ground to powder.
- It’s 2 tbspn of cornflour.
- It’s 2 tbspn of roasted semolina.
- Prepare 2 tbspn of olive oil.
- It’s 1 tbspn of dry mango powder.
- You need of Salt and black pepper powder.
Some veggies like lettuce, tomatoes, potatoes, beans are safe for dogs, only when they are steamed. But, beets are safe in raw as well as steamed form. You can prefer raw beets for your dogs. It does not mean that your dog should not eat steamed beetroot cutlet or some other recipes with beet.
Diabetic friendly beetroot cutlets instructions
- In a large mixing bowl squeeze off juice from 2 cups of grated beetroot..
- Add oats, onions, dry spices, salt to taste.
- Combine well and prepare the patties from beetroot dough..
- In a small bowl combine cornflour, a tspn of salt, pepper and enough water to make a thin liquidy batter.
- Spread the semolina on a plate separately.
- In a pan, spray oil and let it heat.
- Coat each cutlet well in the cornflour batter and then in the semolina.
- Pan fry each side till slight brown or done.
- Alternatively, preheat and bake at 180 degree celsius for 25 minutes..
- Serve hot with a Low fat sour curd dip(best combination) or any other sauce/ chutney of your choice.
Beetroot is full of folates, potassium, and other nutrients that are good for your health in general, but research shows that beets may be especially beneficial for people with diabetes. As mentioned above, beet contains selenium in relatively significant amount for a micronutrient. Reduce nerve damage; Diabetes is sometimes able to cause some nerve damage. In this case, beet is able to provide antioxidant which help diabetic to reduce the nerve damage. Discover diabetes-friendly recipes for dinner, desserts, snacks and much more from your favorite Food Network chefs.