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Red Amaranth Leaves Dry Vegetable
10 mins Cooking Time
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The FitterEats Red Amaranth Leaves Dry Vegetable is a popular low carb Maharashtrian vegan recipe typically served for lunch or dinner. The flavours of this red chawli leaves recipe are refined and wholesome. Antioxidant-rich, gluten-free, lactose-free, zero in trans fat with no dairy or added sugar, this leafy vegetable dish suits both, a keto and a paleo diet. Amaranth or Rajgira leaves as they are popularly called , provide a great boost to your daily intake of calcium, iron, potassium and fiber. Serve with chapati or roti or a methi roti for a flavourful nutritious meal.
- 1 cup Chopped Amaranth Leaves
- 4 tsp Powder Peanuts
- 1/2 tsp Chopped Garlic
- 1/4 tsp Powder Red Chilly
- 1/4 tsp Salt
- 1/8 tsp Turmeric Powder (Haldi)
- 1/2 tsp Oil
Heat oil in a pan, add chopped garlic, amaranth leaves and saute well
Add haldi, red chilly powder, powdered peanut, salt and mix well
Cover and cook for a while and serve hot
To Improve Bone Health, Add a Tsp of Calcium Rich White Sesame Seeds
*Percentage Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Disclaimer: Nutrition information is based on standard serving sizes and recipes as prepared by Fitterfly. Actual nutritional values may vary because of variations in portion size or recipes, continuous data changes by these sources, changes in growing seasons, or differences in the sources of ingredients. We may update this information from time to time and change the way we calculate Nutrition data. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice, but calorie needs vary based on multiple factors. For some ingredients, nutrient information is not available and they may not reflect accurately in the Label. Please consult your doctor or a Registered Dietitian if you are on a medically restricted diet.
Reference: Indian Food Composition Tables 2017, National Institute of Nutrition; Nutritive Value of Indian Foods 2016, National Institute of Nutrition (Indian Council of Medical Research)
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Values estimated based on person weighing 60 kgs.