You would and must know that protein is very important for our body. It build and repairs our tissues while it also makes hormones and enzymes. And so it is very essential to have a diet that is rich in proteins and provide our body with important amino acids.
Now, it is one thing to know we're supposed to consume proteins and another to actually have a protein rich diet. Why you as? Because it might get boring and monotonous to eat the same kind of protein rich food on a daily basis. This is why we're here to suggest you to bring some newness to your protein diet. Yes! There are some interesting recipes that will help with your protein intake and also are very easy to put to use. Including very easily available food items like oats, eggs, chicken and quinoa to your diet is going to be very beneficial for you. And that's exactly what these recipes contain majorly.
Here are 5 easy protein-rich recipes that you can very much make at home:
- Oats and soya pancakes: You can make pancakes using oats which is very high in protein and soya. Soak and ground oats with chillies, coriander and ginger-garlic paste and make pancakes using soya flour. You can also replace the regular sweet pancakes with these ones for your breakfast.
- Quinoa with vegetables: This happens to be a really popular recipe where vegetables, salt and quinoa are considered to be one of the healthiest combination to opt for. Since quinoa is rich in fibre and protein, you can keep your hunger pangs away by eating this combination together.
- Egg masala curry: Yes! You can legit eat this as all of it is very high in protein. Since it's eggs, you can always think of various recipes or simply add them to your regular dish. But every once in a while, you can make egg curry to amp up the taste buds and also to pamper yourself with some change in menu.
- Oats and chicken porridge: It's both healthy and tasty to even begin with. Not just protein-rich, but oats also have many other health benefits and contain some essential vitamins and minerals, fibre and antioxidants. When you cook oats along with chicken, herbs and spices, your food dish will be a perfect mixture of proteins and taste.
- Chicken quinoa biryani: Oh, how we all love biryani, don't we? If you haven't tried this one, you must! In this biryani, instead of rice, you make use of quinoa which switches it to a healthier and nutrient-dense version of the basic chicken biryani. Quinoa is gluten-free other than just being protein-rich and also is one of the few plant foods that have all the important amino acids in it. The whole grain is also rich in fibres, calcium, vitamin and iron. So now you know what combination makes for a perfect healthy and scrumptious meal.