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The peas that we eat today are thought to originate from Central Asia and the Middle East and may have been one of the first crops grown by humans. Peas were probably originally consumed in their dry form; it wasn?t until about the 16th century that they were eaten fresh. Canada is the largest producer and exporter of peas, but the United States, France, China, Russia, and India are big producers, as well. Green peas are one of the few legumes that are eaten fresh as well as dried.
Studies have shown that the protein found in peas is a ?high-quality? protein, containing both essential and nonessential amino acids. Although peas contain carbohydrate, but they can still be part of a diabetes eating plan. The fiber and protein content of peas is thought to help slow digestion, which, in turn, can help smooth out blood sugar levels after eating. Peas also rank low on the glycemic index scale, with a glycemic index of 22.
Lets see the making of this delicious and yummy green peas soup, for this we need:
medium onion chopped
green peas 1 cup
lemon juice and
1/2 liter of water
Now start heating a empty bowl with 2 tbsp of olive oil,2-3 cinnamon sticks, pepper, fennel seeds, cumin seeds, crushed garlic pieces, cup of chopped onions, and 1 tbsp of chopped chilli.
Saute the ingredients well until onions become brown in color then add 2-3 bay leaves and a cup of green peas, saute the peas for few minutes and add ½ liter of water and pinch of salt.
Let boil the peas and other ingredients well for 5-10 minutes. In the end turn off the heat and add 3-5 mint leaves and 2 tbsp of lemon juice. Let it sit until it cools down.
Now remove the bay leaves and cinnamon sticks from the bowl and transfer the ingredients into a blender. Blend all the ingredients well to become thick and smooth chutney.
Transfer the chutney into a bowl and garnish with mint leaves, diabetic?s friendly yummy chutney is ready
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