Prep Time: 5 min | Cooking Time: 10 min | Total Time: 15 min
Paneer: - Paneer (cottage cheese) is an excellent source of protein, especially for vegetarians. It is also a rich source of selenium and potassium. Paneer also has calcium. This helps to build stronger teeth and bones.
Onions: - Onions are low in calories but rich in nutrients, including vitamin C, vitamin B and potassium.
Tomatoes: Tomatoes are a good source of several vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin C, potassium, vitamin K, and folate.
Green Pepper: - Green peppers are very high in vitamin C. Other vitamins and minerals in bell peppers include vitamin K1, vitamin E, vitamin A, folate, and potassium.
Ginger: - Ginger is a popular spice. It is high in gingerol, a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Garlic: - Garlic is low in calories and rich in vitamin C, vitamin B6 and manganese.
Green chili: - Green chili has a lot of vitamin C content which is a powerful antioxidant for the body.
Grass Fed Ghee: - Ghee has many health benefits, including nutrition of hair, skin and cell membranes. It contains a lot of saturated fats that protect our vital organs, maintain a healthy body temperature, give us energy and improve brain function.
Cumin Seeds: - Cumin Seeds are among the best dietary sources of magnesium.
Turmeric: - Turmeric contains curcumin, a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Coriander powder:- coriander powder is packed with fibre, magnesium, manganese, protein, and iron, making it beneficial for health.
1 cup Paneer (Cottage Cheese)
1 medium Onion
1 Green Pepper/Capsicum
1 tablespoon Chopped Ginger
1 tablespoon Chopped Garlic
1 green chilly
2 tablespoon Grass Fed Ghee
Salt to taste
1 teaspoon Cumin Seeds
1/2 teaspoon Turmeric
½ tablespoon coriander powder
1. First crumble the Paneer
2. Heat 1 tablespoon of ghee in the pan and fry onions and cumin. Add the ginger, garlic and chilly and sauté them.
3. Add the tomatoes, turmeric, coriander powder and crumbled paneer. Season with salt.
4. Add water and cook for another 3-4 minutes.
5. Add green pepper and cook another 5 minutes
6. Serve garnished with fresh coriander.
1g protein = 4 calories
1g Carbohydrate = 4 calories
1 g Fat = 9 calories
Net Carbs: 4g
Protein: 19 g
Fiber: 1 g
Hey there, I’m Alex, from Alexfergus.com. In this blog post I’m going to talk about the most important biohacks I’ve learned over the last two years.
Because this is a guest blog post, let me first tell you a little bit about myself:
I’ve been optimizing my performance for years if not decades. My journey started a couple of years ago when I was aiming to improve my sports performance.
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