Whole wheat bread is made more nutritious with moong sprouts. The fiber content in sprouts lowers blood cholesterol levels, maintains a healthy digestive system and a stable blood sugar level leading to a feeling of satiety. All these properties help in detoxifying the body to a good extent and aids weight loss.
Prep time : 10 mins
Cooking time : 10 mins
Recommended portion Size : 1 toast
|Sprouted Green moong , steamed||30g, 2 tbsp|
|Chopped cilantro||3g, 1 tbsp|
|Amchur, dry mango powder||¼ tsp|
|Ginger garlic paste||1/4tsp|
|Chopped onion||20g– 2 tbsps|
|Grated low fat paneer||1tbsp|
|Whole wheat bread slices||2 toasts|
Grind all the ingredients in the mixer (except bread, cilantro) to a fine paste without adding water and transfer it to a bowl.
Did you know? Wheat bread may throw in a few specks of grains or add some high fructose corn syrup to help give the bread a brown colour but are not necessarily nutritious. So check the ingredient list carefully and make sure that the whole grain is the first ingredient.
Apply ground masala to one side of the bread and spread it. Apply ½ tsp. oil on the other side of the bread.
Place a non stick tawa on medium flame. On heating, place the masala spread side of the bread slice facing the tava. Toast it well.
When done, flip and toast the other side till crispy.
Cut it diagonally and transfer it to a serving plate. Top it up with grated low fat paneer.
Serve it with Tomato chutney and loads of salad to further up the fiber content.
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