Mexican food could be a top choice for lunch or dinner! their cuisine is extraordinary and full of flavors.
According to Harvard Health Publications, one corn tortilla has a glycemic index of 52, making it a preferred carbohydrate choice for diabetics.
I developed the following recipe for people that had a restricted diet, my aim is that you will enjoy a nice tortilla with beneficial ingredients and a kicky flavor.
AVOCADO & BEETROOT TORTILLA – Special for people with Diabetes.
You will need 1 corn tortilla, 1 avocado, 2 gherkins, 3 beet pickles, 2 eggs, 2 tablespoons of mustard, 1/2 red onion, a bunch of microgreens and a pinch of black ground pepper.
Remeber to check the percentage of sodium on the label for the beet pickles and gherkins, the less sodium the better for you health!
Heat a pan to low-medium temperature and place the corn tortilla for 1 minute, then flip the tortilla and removed when it’s crispy.
Make sure that the beet pickles, red onion, and gherkins are finely chopped, add the eggs, mustard, and ground black pepper in a bowl. Stir frequently for about 15 minutes until the mixture is smooth.
Place the corn tortilla on a plate and make a bed of microgreens, slide the avocado on top and add the mixture. You can use some drops of a spicy sauce for extra flavor.
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