High Protein Breakfast For Weight Loss – Thyroid / PCOS Diet Recipes To Lose Weight | Skinny Recipes

High Protein Breakfast For Weight Loss – Thyroid / PCOS Diet Recipes To Lose Weight | Skinny Recipes

hey guys i’m Nisa Homey and welcome back
to my channel today i’m sharing a protein-rich high fiber instant
breakfast recipe for weight loss this gluten free quick and easy weight loss
meal is a perfect breakfast for those with health issues like thyroid PCOS and
diabetes the high fiber and protein will help to keep you feel fuller for a
longer time and thus helps in weight loss so let’s get started with the
recipe. I have already roughly chopped 1 tomato, a small handful of (small) shallots, now if you’re using big shallots you can use about 5
shallots or you can use 1/4 of an onion 1/2 of a medium-sized carrot which I have
roughly chopped I’m adding all the roughly chopped vegetables into my
chutney grinder and I’m going to grind this coarsely now if you don’t have
access to a chutney grinder you can of course grate all the ingredients and add
into the chilla batter so I’m going to coarsely grind this so I palce this a
couple of times and it is coarsely ground now if you want you can add green
chillies into this but I prefer to add finely chopped green chillies into the
besan battar. into a large bowl I’m adding in 1/2 cup of Basen flour into
this I’m adding in 1/4 TSP Kashmiri chilli powder Kashmir chili powder has
less heat compared to ordinary chili powder so adjust Kashmiri chili powder to
suit your taste, 1/2 TSP turmeric powder, 1/3 tsp ajwain now when you’re adding
ajwain just lightly crush and add the ajwain so that the flavors are released, 1/2
TSP freshly ground black pepper powder adding black pepper helps to absorb
turmeric faster into your body, 1/2 TSP jeera also known as cumin seeds, 1/4 TSP
hing also known as kayam in Malayalam for those who have digestive issues when
consuming basen try not to omit ajwain, jeera and hing
these three spices will help to balance your digestive issues so try not
to omit it now add in the grated or coarsely ground vegetables. I have finely
chopped 1 green chilli and I’m also finely chopping a handful of coriander
leaves add the finely chopped coriander leaves and the green chilli. add in pink
Himalayan salt as needed I’m measuring 1/2 cup of water and I’m adding half of
the water first and mixing the batter this is a very quick and easy breakfast
which I make often especially when I don’t have any dosa or idli batter so
I’ve added 1/4 cup of water and I’m adding in another tablespoon of water I’m adding an another tablespoon water
so altogether 1/4 cup + 2 tbsp water. water quantity will also depend on the
type of Basen you’re using so and water accordingly so this is the consistency
the batter is neither too thick not too thin
it’s a pourable consistency. I am gonna rested batter for about a minute or two and
then I’ll start making the chilla’s. Heat a cast iron pan and the grease it with
gingelly oil pourr one to two small ladder full of
the basen chilla batter and spread it out as thinly as possible drizzle in 1 teaspoon wood pressed
ground nut oil cover and let it cook on low flame after about a minute open the
lid and carefully flip the cheela over now make sure your cast iron
tawa is well-seasoned otherwise the besan chilla may stick to the tawa so
make sure that you have seasoned it really well before making this also note
that, cooking in a cast-iron pan helps in better ion absorption so if you have
iron deficiency anemia try to cook at least one of your meal in a cast iron
cookware. after about a minute flip it over and serve to a plate. repeat the
same thing with a rest or tea batter and then spread it out drizzle in 1 tsp wood pressed ground nut oil cover and let it cook on a low flame and my quick and easy
high-protein healthy and instant besan chilla is ready to serve. so guys do try
this instant besan chilla and let me know how it turned out don’t
forget to Like, comment, and share this video with family and friends thank you
for watching and until next time take care bye bye

100 thoughts on “High Protein Breakfast For Weight Loss – Thyroid / PCOS Diet Recipes To Lose Weight | Skinny Recipes

  1. I will definitely try this recepie, as it seems very easy to make. I have lost 5 kg weight after following your channel. Thank you so much for sharing such nutritious recepies.👌👌👌👌👌

  2. I cannot wait to do this for a family member of mine, with those issues. Can you add a link to where I can buy everything plz? …Great upload!

  3. Plzzz mention names and measurements of the ingredients..in descriptionand onscreen too..it will be very helpful

  4. Thankyou Thank you Thank you so much for your time and caring powerfully world heaven on earth blessed world caring world from Kenya love

  5. Thank you very much for sharing your videos. Your recipes always come out looking so delicious. I'm vegan and I've tried some. I substitute tofu for all the meals. Once again thanks for your channel.

  6. I loved it! But chilly raises appetite, so not sure if I will be able to lose any weight))) But definitely looks good

  7. I hv recently started watching ur channel.I hv found that u prefer cooking in cast iron utensils.Could u tell that how these be seasoned.If there is a video already made,kindly tell it's link.

  8. I have thyroid …if i eat anything like this i mean this spicy and gram flour i get real bad throat infections due to thyroid….

  9. Hi.. I tried the recepies.. It tasted good.. But when trying to turn over d dosa in pan.. It was difficult to turn over.. Den I cut n b/w d dosa to turn over.. How can I get the batter a little more thick.. The content I used same as d video stated & also added Curd..I used non stick pan to cook it

  10. This looks delicious! IDK how I would be able to make it considering I don't have any of those ingredients or the cast iron skillet which looked really shallow. One of my 2020 goals is to make this recipe!

  11. Very nice info
    Plz mention micros for those who are concerned about it
    Calories: 356
    Protein: 20 grams
    Fat: 6 grams
    Carbs: 53 grams
    Fiber: 10 grams
    Thiamine: 30% of the Reference Daily Intake (RDI)
    Folate: 101% of the RDI
    Iron: 25% of the RDI
    Phosphorus: 29% of the RDI
    Magnesium: 38% of the RDI
    Copper: 42% of the RDI
    Manganese: 74% of the RDI
    Above mentioned macros are based per 100gm. Hope this would be helpful for all.
    Thank u😆

  12. This was yummy!! I couldn’t find coriander leaves so I used parsley and cilantro 🤷🏻‍♀️

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