Simple to prepare and most famous at the breakfast table, oats are a grain that can and should be better appreciated. Check out a recipe that adds its benefits to other meals of the day.
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Rich in protein, calcium, iron and vitamins, it is one of the most nutritious grains.
In addition, oats contain fibers that play a prominent role when it comes to balanced and healthy eating.
By consuming oats regularly, you may notice an improvement in bowel function, blood pressure and diabetes control.
This is because its fibers slow starch digestion.
Which, in turn, helps prevent a rapid rise in blood sugar.
For all these reasons, it is good to have your table present in addition to breakfast.
My tip is to incorporate it into everyday recipes.
Like this one, it adds the ingredient to the taste and power of leeks.
Antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and antioxidant, leeks have flavonoids that fight oxidative stress and chronic inflammation, such as obesity.
You can serve as a snack or main course, accompanied by green salad or vegetable selection.
The following recipe yields 10 units, with 88.8 Kcal each.
500 g of lean ground beef
2 chopped leeks
1 chopped onion
1 grated carrot
2 tablespoons oatmeal
2 egg whites
Salt and pepper to taste
Preheat oven to 180ºC.
In a large bowl, mix all ingredients well.
Tempre with salt and pepper to taste.
Shape the meatballs with your hands.
Place them in a non-stick baking pan and bake.
Bake for 30 minutes or until golden brown.