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Nutritious Diet For Pregnancy - Groundnut Tikkis

Thinking of an appropriate pregnancy diet plan at this time may be challenging.

Now this is one of the recipes you must try!

Go to Groundnut Knock. Now do you know that peanuts are among the healthy foods to eat in pregnancy, mainly due to their protein and folate content?

Folic acid and folic acid are especially important in pregnancy, to ensure the baby can avoid all defects, especially those related to the brain or spine.

Healthy Recipes for PREGNANCY

GROUNDNUT TIKKIS

Preparation Time is 15 minutes

Cooking Time is 10 minutes

Make 10 tikkis

Ingredients

1/2 cup roasted wheat (ground beans), coarse ground

1/2 cup of basil (gram flour)

1/3 cup whole wheat flour (gehun ka atta)

1/2 cup chopped spinach (flip)

3 green chillies, finely chopped

1 lemon juice and 1 tablespoon of warm oil

Salt to taste

Other ingredients

2 1/2 teaspoons oil to cook

The next recipe in a nutritious recipe for Pregnancy is a Peanut (cutlet).

I know you all love cutlets, so do me.

Let the ingredients be checked.

Peanuts, these should be roasted and roasted.

The second ingredient is half a cup of Bengal flour.

Then we have half a cup of flour and half a cup of minced spinach.

3 to 4 green chillies.

Bits of lemon juice, salt to taste. And oil.

First, get the bowl clean and clean.

Mix all the ingredients. Bengal gram flour, wheat flour called 'Atta',, chopped spinach, green chilli, 1 lemon juice, a little salt to your taste.

We need to make the dough soft and smooth. So we're going to add some water.

Once the dough is ready, add the oil.

Then we can knead dough again.

When the dough is ready, it will look smooth and shiny.

Now we're going to make a cutlet out of it.

Make the ball out of there. Roll and flatten it.

Now we will eat it one by one, while the golden brown does not appear.

Leave some oil in the pan. Spread evenly.

When it is heated, put it into pieces, one by one.

Fry until it is golden brown on both sides.

Our cutlet is almost done.

Turn off the gas.

Now we can take the tikkis one by one on a plate with tissue paper placed on it.

Tissue paper will absorb excess oil if any.

Bean tikkis is ready.



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