by Foodie #562429
01 Jan 1999
07 Apr 15
Moong Dahi Misal by Tarla Dalal
Strikingly different from the traditional way of preparing the popular Maharashtrian snack, this Moong Dahi Misal combines the sprouts with whisked curds, along with chopped veggies, spice powders and of course, tongue-tickling khajur imli ki chutney. When you have sprouts on hand, it takes less tha ....
26 Apr 10
Moong Dal and Veggie Savoury ( Finger Foods for Kids ) by Tarla Dalal
Make these bite-sized moong dal pancakes and top with a delicious mixture of vegetables for a fun snack. The small size of these pancakes, make them easy to serve and eat. A nice green and tamarind chutney add to the taste.
20 Apr 15
Moong Dal Crispies by Tarla Dalal
Aromatic, spicy and flavourful, but very kid-friendly, these Moong Dal crispies make a wonderful snack to send in your kids’ tiffin box. You can make a large batch and store it in an airtight container for around a week, so you can serve it up to your kids whenever they are struck by a sudden hunger ....
11 Apr 15
Moong Dal Dhokla ( Low Calorie Healthy Cooking) by Tarla Dalal
Moong Dal Dhokla, is rich in zinc, folic acid, iron and protein. Adding veggies further increases the fibre, folic acid and iron content substantially. This suavely flavoured, zero-oil, popular Guajarati farsan is great for people who are counting their calories. Devour this any-time snack with heal ....
01 Jan 1900
Moong Dal Kachori by Tarla Dalal
A perfect kachori is one that is puffed up and flaky outside but hollow inside as the filling sticks to the crust. Here is how to make such an ideal kachori, right in your own kitchen. With a flavourful moong dal mixture as filling, this kachori is deep-fried patiently on a slow flame to achieve tha ....
01 Jan 1900
Moong Dal Paratha by Tarla Dalal
Healthful moong dal takes the form of a tasteful paratha here! Cooked moong dal, along with potato for binding, onions for crunch and a range of spices for added flavour, makes a great stuffing for parathas that are crisp from outside and soft inside. You will enjoy the unique combination of spices ....
01 Jan 00
Moong Dal Seekh Kebabs by Tarla Dalal
This is a vegetarian version of the non-vegetarian seekh kebabs. Moong dal when combined with potatoes and onions tastes simply superb. Dip these kebabs in your favourite sauce or chutney. Alternatively, serve them wrapped in rotis to make kebab rolls, a more filling snack.
25 Jun 14
Moong Sprouts Dosa ( Baby and Toddler Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
I am sure your little one will relish this stuffed dosa both as a snack and at meal time. The stuffing is an ideal way of introducing a combination of vegetables to your child's meal. The vegetables not only serve as an important source of nutrients like calcium, iron, vitamin A and fibre, but also ....
01 Jan 1900
Motichur Laddu by Tarla Dalal
Laddus are considered a very auspicious mithai as they are Lord Ganesh's favourite. In Rajasthan, the most popular kinds are the malai laddu, boondi laddu and motichur laddu. The difference between motichur and boondi laddus is that the boondis in the boondi laddus are larger and are fried till the ....
01 Jan 1999
Muesli Ice-Cream by Tarla Dalal
Muesli is a breakfast cereal which comprises of cornflakes, rolled oats, nuts, raisins, spices and dried apples. I have modified this traditional recipe for muesli and combined it with caramalised sugar to make granola bars. The golden granola bars are crushed and added to Creamy Vanilla ice-cream f ....
18 Oct 13
Muesli with Nuts by Tarla Dalal
With fibre and protein-rich grains like oats and wheat, muesli is a great way to start your day. This version of muesli with nuts is even tastier and healthier, as walnuts and almonds improve the omega-3 fatty acid content in your diet, keeping blood cholesterol levels in check. With a bit of sweet ....
26 Nov 13
Multigrain Roti ( Breakfast Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
Made with ingredients found in most kitchens, this excellent low calorie breakfast choice is a combination of five nutritious flours that provide iron, protein, fibre and vitamin b3
22 Aug 14
Multiseed Mukhwas ( Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Fibre Rich Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
A wonderful post-dinner refresher! The Omega3 fatty acids in the flax seeds help build our cell membranes, signaling pathways and neurological systems. In the form of this mukhwas it is simply an effortless to consume the seeds. You will enjoy the toungue-teasing taste of this mix of seeds. Do try i ....
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