High Protein Foods: How to Make Suji-Paneer Upma for Weight Loss

Semolina is also a respected source of protein. Protein is also known to regulate hunger the hormone ghrelin, keep you full and prevent you from overeating.

 High Protein Foods: How to Make Suji-Paneer Upma for Weight Loss


Raise your hand when you stop your gol gappa wala in the middle to repeat (fifteenth) that you only want suji. No, we are not judging, but we have to admit that India is actually concerned with suji or rava or semolina. Letters can be used to make a gamut of dishes from halwa, cheela, dosa, idli to uttapam. If you are just starting to exercise and eat, you might consider adding suji to your diet as it is rich in ‘good carbs’ or instant carbs. They take their time to decay, creating a sense of fullness. Semolina is also a respected source of protein as well. Protein is also known to regulate hunger the hormone ghrelin, keep you full and prevent you from overeating.



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Weight loss will be followed by fatigue and constant tiredness. Here is a suji-paneer upma that can be a great morning view. Upma is one of the healthiest breakfast cereals in India as it uses very little oil, this particular recipe is perfect for those who are trying to incorporate more protein into their diet. With paneer, ur dal, semolina, this recipe is a complete protein package.


How to Do Suji-Paneer Upma for Weight Loss:

Ingredients

150 Gram Semolina

Haler Cup Paneer, cubed

500 Ml Water

4 Tbsp Ghee

1 tsp Mustard seeds

1 tsp Black gram dal

1 tsp Bengal gram dal

50 Gram onions, chopped

1 tsp Chopped green pepper

5-6 Curry Leaves

Salt



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How to:

1. Boil water in a deep bowl.

2. In a roasting pan in ghee. Keep it aside.

3. Now add the extra ghee to the pan, heat it. Add the mustard seeds.

4. When you hear a cracking sound, add the dals and sautee until it turns a little golden.

5. Next, add the onions, curry leaves and green peppers.

6. When the onions start to thicken add the semolina and beat well.

7. Add boiling water to the top of the suji mixture, add salt and continue stirring.

8. When your upma gets bigger and it looks like porridge. Serve with garnish with crushed coconut and coriander leaves.


Try making this fun upma and let us know how you like it.

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