India, often hailed as a diverse subcontinent, encompasses a mosaic of culture, religion, language, and cuisine. From the Himalayan peaks to coastal shores, bustling metropolises to serene villages, it's a nation where myriad backgrounds converge. India's culinary journey unfolds as we traverse its regions.
Culinary Diversity in India
In Northern India, Punjab beckons with the lively spirit of bhangra and delectable offerings like creamy dal makhani, succulent tandoori kebabs, and Amritsari naan that melts in your mouth.
Heading south, coconut-laden delights and the quintessential crispy dosa and fluffy idlis steal the show, while appam with sambhar and chutney dances on taste buds.
Eastern India marries tradition and creativity, boasting Bengal's Alu Posto and Odisha's refreshing Dalma, showcasing plant-based ingredients' flavor magic.
The west blends royal feasts with street food—spicy curries in Rajasthan, sweets like ghevar, Maharashtra's pav bhaji, and chaat. Gujrati dhokla, kathiwadi delights, and Maharashtrian thalipeeth complete the western tapestry.
Central India, often overlooked, offers treasures like Madhya Pradesh's spicy poha and jalebi duo and Chhattisgarh's tribal-inspired chana bhatura.
Diversity of Indian Flavors
Indian cuisine's global acclaim springs from masterful spice blending—cardamom, chili, cumin, turmeric—each lending a unique taste and aroma. Every dish narrates a tradition-rich story, connecting us to India's culinary legacy.
In the following list of high protein foods, you fill find everything from breakfast meals to desserts, and more.
Now, let’s explore some delicious high protein vegan Indian recipes:
High Protein Vegan Indian Recipes
A multigrain gluten free Maharashtrian pancake with bursting flavors. It’s a blend of various flours and spices and all made with power of Prolicious gluten free flour. Double your protein content while savoring every bite.
Thalipeeth calories and nutrition facts:
Energy- 327 Kcal
Protein- 17 grams
Carbohydrates- 41 grams
Fat- 11 grams
Fibre- 15 grams
A guilt-free Favorite Gujrati meal, Dhokla is a steamed, spongy snack made from the goodness of millets and best enjoyed with a side of chutney. With Prolicious Dosa and Uttapam Mix, you get 2X the protein compared to regular dhokla. Taste the goodness, feel the lightness, and supercharge your mornings.
Dhokla calories and nutrition facts:
Energy- 242 Kcal
Protein- 13 grams
Carbohydrates- 42 grams
Fat- 3 grams
Fibre- 8 grams
3. Gatte ki Sabzi
A gram flour dumpling curry, showcasing burst of Rajasthani flavors, offering a hearty and flavorful Curry can be enjoyed best with Roti or Rice. Transforming Gatte ki sabji into a healthy delight. Try Prolicous Oats Chilla premix to make the Gatte and enjoy the 2X protein boost.
Gatte ki Sabzi (one serve) calories and nutrition facts:
Calories- 200 Kcal
Protein- 7 grams
Carbohydrates- 20 grams
Fat- 10 grams
Fibre- 6 grams
4. Vermicelli Ladoo
Elevate the healthiness of these sweet and nutritious balls made from Prolicious Millet vermicelli, bound together by jaggery and dates and are free of refined sugar-Enjoy 2X Protein Power with prolicious in every bite.
Two Vermicelli Ladoo calories and nutrition facts:
Energy- 209 Kcal
Protein- 6 grams
Carbohydrates- 20 grams
Fat- 11 grams
Fibre- 2 grams
These recipes reflect the rich culinary diversity of India, making meal an exploration of hidden treasure. Prolicious offers authentic, healthy and plant based Indian flavors uniting tradition and health with excellence.
Not just tasty, the above-mentioned vegan recipes are high in protein. With Prolicious mixes, these can be made conveniently.