These sweet peppery delicious treats are scrumptiously good and loaded with vitamins and flavor. They are very easy to make and do not require much effort and time. Most ingredients in this patty are fiber-rich and thus give better health outcomes. A good intake of fiber is associated with a lower weight, blood pressure, blood sugars, cholesterol as well as a lower risk of developing heart disease, strokes, diabetes, and colon cancer.
Prep time: 15 mins
Cooking time: 20 mins
Recommended portion size: 1serve
|Quinoa, cooked ( raw 60g – will give approx. 3/4 cup cooked quinoa)||60g, 1/3 cup|
|Brown Poha||15g, 1 tbsp|
|Sweet Potato, boiled and grated||150g, 1 cup|
|Roasted peanuts, halved||10g, 1 tbsp|
|Coriander, finely chopped.||30g, ½ cup|
|Ground flax seeds||1 tbsp|
|Ginger, grated||1/2 tsp|
|black pepper, ground||1/2 tsp|
|Raisins, roughly chopped||10g, 1 tbsp|
|Apricots, roughly chopped||10g, 1 tbsp|
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C. Line the baking pan with butter paper.
In a mixing bowl, place all ingredients and mix well. Scoop 6 balls of the mix and flatten them into a patty.
Did you know?
About 25% of quinoa’s fatty acids come in the form of oleic acid, a heart-healthy monounsaturated fat, and about 8% comes in the form of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), the omega-3 fatty acid most commonly found in plants. Most foods lose their healthy fatty acids when oxidized, but quinoa’s nutrients hold up to boiling, simmering and steaming.
Place them on the prepared baking pan and bake for 15-20 minutes flipping them halfway.
Did you know?
Sweet potatoes are rich in lycopene, b-carotene, and potassium and thus can help prevent the onset of heart attack and stroke.
Serve with low-fat curds.
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