This singhare ka halwa is made from dried water chestnut. Gluten free, it tastes great and is a diabetic-friendly option to replace traditional halwa.
A symphony of flavours, this chicken curry is a delicate blend of exotic spices. Low in carbs, it's perfect for diabetics and won't harm blood sugar control.
Guaranteed to satisfy your sweet craving, this low-fat paneer kheer with cardamom flavour is a great dessert for diabetics. And it's low in calories and carbs.
This diabetes-friendly Indian fish curry combines tasty fish, fragrant spices and healthy herbs. Blending taste and wellness, it boosts health and happiness.
Nutritious and delicious, these chicken and spinach patties can be prepared in just 20 minutes! And better yet, they're also dairy-free and sugar-free.
High in fibre, this gluten-free bread is a healthier alternative for diabetes patients. It tastes great and can be served with any of your favourite spreads.
A powerhouse of nutrients, this green dosa is low calorie and rich in omega-3, vitamin A and fibre, helping boost blood glucose control for diabetics.
Bursting with the sweetness of ripe mangoes and the creaminess of yogurt, this mango lassi ice cream will satisfy cravings without spiking your blood sugar.
This spiced lemon salmon and minty quinoa salad combines warm spices, tangy lemon and fresh mint. Rich in omega-3, it's tasty, healthy and refreshing.
Enjoy rich flavours of India with a diabetes-friendly twist. Grilled tandoori chicken with cauliflower rice is a balanced meal that doesn't compromise on taste.
Treat your taste buds while keeping your blood sugar in check with this diabetes-friendly Indian custard tart. It's wholesome, with a touch of Indian essence.
Indulge in a diabetes-friendly cardamom almond cake. This moist and aromatic cake is perfect for satisfying sweet cravings while keeping blood sugar in check.
Idli with sambar and green and red chutney is a traditional South Indian breakfast. This diabetes-friendly option starts the day without raising blood sugar.
Made with rolled oats, moong dal and a variety of vibrant veggies, vegetable masala oats khichdi is a delicious diabetes-friendly alternative.
Searching for some comfort food? Bhindi masala is a vegetarian Indian delicacy made with okra, tomatoes and onions that pairs beautifully with hot rotis.
A traditional Indian dish with a low glycemic index, palak paneer is a great choice for people with diabetes and a perfect dinner option.
This succulent tandoori-spiced salmon with cucumber raita boasts classic Indian flavours. And as well as balancing flavours, it's rich in omega-3 fatty acids.
A guilt-free yet delicious meal option, this aromatic cauliflower rice has the essence of traditional pulao while embracing a low-carb twist.
This salad is invigorating, fresh and wholesome. Combining nutrient-packed fenugreek, protein-rich moong dal and a zesty citrus dressing it's a flavour delight.
If you like a creamy texture and delicious taste, this avocado egg salad will be your favourite dish. It's rich in vitamins and minerals, and satisfies hunger.
With a delightful blend of protein-rich quinoa, wholesome lentils and aromatic Indian spices, this meal is vibrant, satisfying, and full of flavour.
If you're looking for a diabetes-friendly comfort food, try this heartwarming stew. It's brimming with tender chickpeas, nutrient-rich spinach and spices.