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Potato Meets Protein: Aloo Paratha with a Glucose-Friendly Twist

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Aloo paratha is a hearty dish made across Indian kitchens. Potatoes and wheat flour are the primary ingredients in aloo paratha. Both are rich in carbohydrates, making Aloo paratha a carbohydrate-dense food. Some minor changes to the basic recipe can help you gleefully enjoy aloo paratha without worrying about sugar levels.

Tips to relish glucose-friendly aloo paratha
• You may use mixed vegetable stuffing instead of just potatoes to add more fibre and nutrients to your meal.
• Try using cow ghee or grass-fed butter to roast the parathas instead of refined oil or butter.
• Consider adding some protein, such as paneer or tofu, to make it a complete meal.
• Pairing it with plain yoghurt and pudina chutney can improve your glucose response.
• Try to follow the food flow: fibre> protein > complex carbs.

The deadly combination of high-carb ingredients like potato and wheat flour topples the glycemic index. Making minor tweaks in the recipe can make aloo paratha rich in minerals like selenium, phosphorus, and manganese. Try these simple tips and enjoy a healthier version of this delicious Indian dish!

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