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08 Mar 11
Green Pea and Carrot Paratha by Tarla Dalal
Orange and green, sweet and nutty, crunchy and coarse... the characteristics of carrots and green peas are a perfectly complementary contrast to each other! When this successful duo comes together with peppy ingredients like chaat masala and lime juice, it makes an absolutely flavourful stuffing for ....
14 Mar 14
Green Pea and Paneer Tikki ( Finger Foods For Kids ) by Tarla Dalal
This classic combination of paneer and peas is loved by all. Instead of the regular peas-paneer gravy, make these succulent protein, fibre and calcium rich tikkis for a change. Kids can eat them easily and will love the crisp taste of these tikkis when served hot with tomato ketchup.
23 Sep 13
Green Pea Pulao with Paneer Koftas by Tarla Dalal
Green pea pulao with paneer koftas is a luxurious moghlai-style pulao, which is marked not just by the mix-and-match colours of green peas and apricots, but also the splendid paneer koftas that are tossed into the rice! the fragrance of saffron and other spices is really accentuated by the baking pr ....
14 Jun 11
Green Peas Sandwich by Tarla Dalal
Chock full of nutrients required for growth, green peas make a surprising filling for sandwiches! Full of fibre and protein…kids favourite sandwich made healthy by replacing high calorie and fattening thousand island dressing…with a healthier version which is made using curds and very little cream..
17 Nov 10
Green Salad with Honey and Curd Dressing by Tarla Dalal
A truly exotic combination of greens! avocado, though high in fat, contains good fatty acids (mono unsaturated fatty acids) that help to lower blood cholesterol.
16 May 11
Gulab Jamun ( Mithai) by Tarla Dalal
There are umpteen ready mixes available in the market for making Gulab Jamun, but none can beat the traditional recipe made with homemade khoya. Authentic Gulab Jamun made with hariyali mava has a very rich mouth-feel that gels well with festivity. In a bygone era, when everything was made at home, ....
20 Aug 13
Hakka Noodles ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) by Tarla Dalal
Hakka noodles, the name comes from the hakka people – the chinese tribe that first moved to calcutta in the late 1700s. These noodles are processed and thus don’t take much time to cook. The boiled noodles and veggies are made much in advance and kept ready for the hungry diners. You just need to wa ....
12 Apr 16
Hakka Noodles, Chinese Veg Hakka Noodles by Tarla Dalal
An all time favourite! Noodles tossed with garlic and vegetables or any other ingredients of your choice like mushrooms etc. This celebrated Chinese
dish gets its name from the Chinese province of Hakka.
Restaurants in India do not add as much chilli as men ....
20 Feb 11
Halwa Lajwab-wheat and Bajra by Sushila Jora
Halwa Lajwab-wheat and Bajra, bajra and wheat flour based halwa. You can also try any other flours of your choice to make this halwa.
17 Jul 12
Hara Bhara Kebab ( Punjabi Khana) by Tarla Dalal
Ask any punjabi what his or her favorite snack or starter is and you are sure to get a common answer kebabs. Kebabs can be deep fried, shallow fried or roasted in a tandoor. Kebabs have their origin in persia. Punjabis have in their own special way made the kebab a popular dish world over. Though t ....
02 Oct 15
Hara Bhara Kebab ( Tiffin Treats for Kids ) by Tarla Dalal
Hara bhara kebab, a green delight loaded with nutrients from paneer, spinach, chana dal and green peas. Pack this all time favourite snack with green chutney or tomato ketchup and await an empty tiffin back home.
26 Nov 13
Harbhara Chaat by Tarla Dalal
The chana used in this harabhara chaat is not available throught the year but when in season make sure to make this delicious chatpatta chaat recipe which is tangy and spicy.
07 Jul 12
Hare Bhare Kebab by Tarla Dalal
A nutritious kebab that is also great on taste! Boiled potatoes, French beans and carrots are mashed in with torn spinach leaves, plenty of coriander ginger and chillies. Shaped into patties, these are deep-fried in hot oil. Eat them hot!
19 Apr 15
Hare Mutter ki Puri by Tarla Dalal
Bored of making samosas and kachoris? Try this flavourful stuffed puri then! Packed with boiled green peas perked up with chaat masala and lemon juice, these whole wheat puris are flavourful and aromatic too. Every bite of the Hare Mutter ki Puri delights your taste buds. It is so tasty, you can sim ....
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