WRAP FILLED WITH PANEER & EGG BHURJI

WRAP FILLED WITH PANEER & EGG BHURJI

Classic tender paneer wrap with the variation of egg

 Category – Indian

PREP TIME

15 mins

COOKING TIME

15 mins

CALORIES

551 kcal per serving

INGREDIENTS

  • ½ Tsp of Nutralite
  • 1 medium onion finely chopped
  • 1 Tbsp. ginger finely chopped
  • 1 Tsp red chilli powder
  • 1 Tsp coriander powder
  • 1 Tsp jeera powder
  • 1 Tsp turmeric powder
  • Green chilli as per taste
  • 1 small capsicum finely chopped
  • 250 gms paneer
  • 1 Medium tomato
  • Salt as per taste
  • Black pepper as per taste
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 Tsp of milk
  • Coriander for garnish

DIRECTIONS 

BENEFITS

TIPS

FOR SELECTION & STORAGE

Paneer

  • Paneer is easily available in the market at grocery stores and dairy shops in air tight packets or open. If you are buying packed paneer be sure of the manufacturing date, its hygienic conditions.
  • If your buying open paneer avoid buying dried, cracked and uneven colored paneer and check for the hygienic conditions.
  • It can also be stored for a week by keeping it in a container with enough fresh water.

 

Eggs

  • Buy only clean, uncracked eggs.
  • Store away from foods with strong odors (such as fish, apples, cabbage or onions).
  • Rotate – First in/First out.

FOR PREPARING & COOKING

Paneer

  • Adding a dash of milk makes the paneer more soft and fresh.

 Eggs

  • Many different types of spoilage bacteria will produce off-odors in eggs. These off odors may be sulfur-like, or they might simply just smell “bad.” Do not use these eggs for preparation.
  • To prevent any possible contamination to a recipe by a spoiled egg, break each egg separately into a small bowl before combining with the other ingredients.
  • The healthiest way to cook the quinoa, add one part of the grain to two parts liquid in a saucepan.

NUTRITIONAL VALUE

  • Paneer is rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals like calcium and phosphorous, which are important nutrients for good health.

Egg

  • Eggs are an excellent source of choline and selenium, and a good source of high-quality protein, vitamin D, vitamin B12, phosphorus and riboflavin. In addition, eggs are rich in the essential amino acid leucine, which plays a unique role in stimulating muscle protein synthesis.

CAUTION

Paneer

Sodium:Paneer has more sodium in comparison to the potassium which is harmful to the body if taken in excess amount. 

Eggs

 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.

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