Classic tender paneer wrap with the variation of egg
Category – Indian
551 kcal per serving
In a nonstick pan add Nutralite
Add onions and sauté till its golden brown, add ginger and jeera powder
Add 1 Tsp red chilli powder, coriander powder and green chillies
Add turmeric powder and mix well
Add capsicum and sauté for a minute, then add paneer, mix and then add tomatoes and sauté for 2 minute.
Add salt and pepper and mix. Transfer to a bowl.
Now add egg and milk and sauté for a minute.
Garnish with coriander.
In a pan on medium flame, place roti and spread Nutralite on both sides. You can either use fresh roti or roti from the night before.
Put a portion of filling in the centre and spread it lengthwise
Wrap the roti tightly around the filling
Promotes bone health: Paneer is not only rich in calcium, but also contains lots of vitamin B. Calcium is important for bone and vitamin B helps the body to absorb and to distribute calcium properly.
Eggs Are High in Quality Protein, With All the Essential Amino Acids in The Right Ratios: Eating adequate protein can help with weight loss, increase muscle mass, lower blood pressure and optimize bone health.
Protein rich: Paneer is one of the best options for vegetarians to have high protein which helps build and repair muscle and essential to keep our organs function well.
HDL (The “good”) Cholesterol: Egg consumption consistently leads to elevated levels of HDL (the “good”) cholesterol, which is linked to a reduced risk of many diseases.
Eye Health: The antioxidants Lutein and Zeaxanthin are very important for eye health and can help prevent macular degeneration and cataracts. Eggs are high in both of them.
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Sodium:Paneer has more sodium in comparison to the potassium which is harmful to the body if taken in excess amount.
Overload of Proteins: Eating a high amount of protein can be dangerous if you suffer from kidney problems. People with low Glomerular filtration rate (GFR, which is the flow rate of fluid that the kidney filters), could be afflicted with acute kidney injury because of the high biological value of egg protein.
Bacteria: Raw eggs, including raw albumin, can be contaminated by bacteria. Salmonella is bacteria that is found in the intestines of chickens. As long as you do not eat raw eggs or albumin and make sure that your eggs are always well-cooked, the bacteria do not pose any real threat.