After the Jowar Drink
for a healthy start, it had to be a soup. The diet that I was given featured lot of soups and we had to come up with different versions of soup to cover the items. A hot broth makes you feel so good anytime you drink it. Make it more filling by adding Vegetables, it becomes a complete meal by itself.
When I did that Diet program,
my entire schedule revolved around soups and drinks that had to be filling as I was only consuming that the whole day
. I know Jowar may not be available in all places, I really wish it was. So another post right away might be boring too. But we decided to do a week of Jowar and it happened that we ended up making it the next day. When I had it for breakfast, it was so filling that I didn't remember my lunch.
Jowar / Jonna - 2 tbsp
Carrots, Cabbage, Beans, chopped - 1 cup
Salt to taste
Pepper powder - 1/2 tsp
Method to prepare:
After you make the Jowar grains or rava, store them in air tight container to enjoy many more dishes like this.
Take 2 tbsp of Jowar, add two cups of water, bring to boil.
Once it's 75% done, add the chopped vegetables and continue boiling to get the vegetables cooked.
Finally add salt and pepper for taste.
Enjoy this broth for a breakfast or dinner.
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Labels: Blogging Marathon, Diabetes, Diabetic Diet Recipes, Diabetic Food, Diet for Diabetics, Healthy Soups and Drinks, Jowar Recipes