In a majority of Indian homes, roti is a staple dish. Throughout the year, wheat-based rotis are consumed plain, but during the winter, rotis such as makki ki roti, bajra roti, missi roti, bathua roti, or paratha are enjoyed a whole lot. In addition to these options, you can include the gluten-free singhara atta roti in your winter diet. Come, let us tell you how to make singhara atta roti in a healthy way.
Singhara (water chestnuts) are fruits grown in ponds. Due to its overall nutritional value and properties, singhara might help you fight against several health issues. Health Shots reached out to nutritionist Avni Kaul to understand the various advantages of eating singhara.
Here are 5 benefits of singhara or singhara roti in winter:
Having optimal fiber in your diet and eating low-calorie food could help you manage weight. Kaul says, “Foods having high fiber content can keep you full for longer. High fiber is also known to delay the absorption of sugars and foods.” All these benefits might contribute to healthy body weight.
Fiber, potassium, magnesium, vitamin B6, riboflavin, and copper are all abundant in singhara. All of these nutrients can help build a stronger immune system, preventing infections.
A nice amount of fiber could help keep the digestive system healthy. Consumption of fiber is also linked to a lower risk of diseases such as constipation and irritable bowel syndrome.
Also read: Bathua roti recipe: Give your basic roti a green winter twist!
Stress is now very common among people. Adding singhara to your diet can help manage stress levels, all thanks to the vitamin B6 which is known as a mood booster.
Rich content of cholesterol in the blood might cause heart problems. This cholesterol can accumulate in the blood vessels and boosts the risk of heart attacks. The high fiber content of singhara may help you reduce your blood cholesterol and decrease the risk of heart problems.
Half cup of singhara atta
One medium potato
50 grams of paneer
1 green chili
1 tbsp of coriander leaves
Warm water as required
Step 1: Boil the potato, then peel and mash it.
Step 2: Using a bowl, mix potato, paneer, rock salt, coriander leaves, and chilies along with singhara atta, do not add any water in the beginning, knead the dough properly.
Step 3: Take a medium-sized ball and roll it.
Step 4: Then place it on a hot tava. Cook for a few minutes
Step 5: The roti is ready to eat now. Serve it along with aloo paneer or curd.
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