Manishalm's Main Course
01 Jan 1900
Spicy Kofta Kadhi ( Kadhi Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Kadhi without curds? if you are surprised, go ahead and try this recipe. This unusual recipe is created with a blend of tamarind water and besan spiced with a freshly-made paste. The koftas are also distinctive as they use a different combination of vegetables such as brinjals and cabbage.
05 Dec 14
Spicy Mixed Dal by Tarla Dalal
With five protein-rich dals, this spicy mixed dal version combines curds and traditional spices to give a tangy, spicy, delectable accompaniment for parathas and rotis. This dal can be prepared easily and quickly, but remember to soak them together for an hour to ensure uniform cooking.
18 Nov 14
Spinach and Carrot Rice by Tarla Dalal
Spinach and carrot layered with rice. . . . . This recipe is doing wonders for eyes and hair with its high vitamin a, calcium and iron content.
01 Jan 1900
Spinach and Paneer Paratha by Tarla Dalal
With the refreshing green hue of spinach, these paneer and spinach parathas look and taste good! While spinach adds its goodness to the dough, a successful duo of cauliflower and paneer perked up with coriander, green chillies and ginger work their magic in the filling!
15 Jan 14
Spinach and Vegetable Delight by Tarla Dalal
This recipe contains an excellent combination of proteins from gram dal. The goodness of iron from spinach and the fibre and vitamins from other vegetables.
01 Jul 05
Spinach Gnocchi with Mango and Green Onion Salsa by Tarla Dalal
This dish can be served as an appetiser or a main course. The sauce is unusually tangy. You can also toss the gnocchi (pronounced: 'nyoki') in any other sauce of your choice.
07 Dec 12
01 Jan 1900
Sprouted Vaal ki Usal by Tarla Dalal
A traditional Maharashtrian preparation made healthier using sprouted vaal. Apart from boosting the nutrient content, sprouting the vaal also makes it easier to digest, making this a dish suitable for young and old alike. With many a flavourful ingredient, this iron-rich Sprouted Vaal ki Usal is a t ....
14 Mar 13
Stir Fried Broccoli, Baby Corn with Almonds by Tarla Dalal
Chinese cooking depends on a blend of various ingredients and condiments rather than the taste of individual ingredients. This recipe is a good example of harmonious and subtle flavours marrying together to create a simple but stunning dish.
01 Jan 1999
Stir Fried Cabbage with Schezuan Peppers by Tarla Dalal
Schezuan peppercorns are known as Tirphal in Marathi and can be found at local baniya shops. It is used extensively in Goan cooking and along the Southern coast. They are also used in Chinese cooking and in this dish, they add more flavour to cabbage which is otherwise a bland vegetable.
04 Oct 14
Stir Fried French Beans and Garlic by Tarla Dalal
Easy, but unmistakably Chinese, you will be amazed by the minimal number of ingredients used in this recipe. Stir-Fried French Beans and Garlic, as the name suggests is a combination of French beans and garlic, perked up with soy sauce. The dish gains its rich flavour from two factors: one is the st ....
18 Jul 13
Stir Fried Paneer, Mushrooms and Capsicum by Tarla Dalal
Chinese cooking stresses the importance of colours and textures and for this reason the chinese consider cooking, to be an "art". This dish fulfills all the criteria. It is colourful, has plenty of interesting textures and of course flavours that, i am sure you will enjoy.
01 Jan 1999
Stuffed Bajre ke Parathe by Tarla Dalal
Lay a mat on a grassy patch, soak in the fresh air, and feast on this nutritious paratha made from fresh local produce. The goodness of millet and whole wheat combined with a spicy, stuffed bean filling leaves you asking for more. Serve hot with pickle and thick curd.
01 Jan 1999
Stuffed Karelas in Makhani Gravy by Tarla Dalal
Karela is a low calorie vegetable which is acclaimed for its anti-diabetic properties. This recipe is an attempt to make them appealing. The karelas are stuffed with moong dal and served in a makhani gravy that is made using very little oil. Enriched with protein, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C, ir ....
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