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Gobi Manchurian Makeover: A Glucose-Healthy Twist on a Classic Dish

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Gobi Manchurians are a specific version of Manchurians made up of Gobi. Usually, they are made up of shredded vegetables like carrots, cabbage or spring onions mixed with flour and fried afterwards. The use of vegetables can help them give a healthy kick, but refined flour and frying can cause a spike in blood sugar levels.

Take Gobi Manchurian for lunch with an added twist
• Change the main ingredient of the Manchurias; from refined flour, try to use almond or coconut flour.
• Generally, use no-carb or low-carb flour to dust the vegetables before frying them.
• You can look at different techniques like air frying or dry grilling to help reduce the fat content.
• Try adding some healthy spices and herbs that can help increase the flavour and nutrition of your gobi Manchurian.

Gobi Manchurian are fried foods that make them a medium Glycemic index food of the range 56-69. This GI value can still cause a spike in blood glucose levels. To manage this, check the portion size or limit the portions to 1-2 balls of Manchurian per plate. Managing portions can also help with weight loss.

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