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21 Oct 12
Basic Spinach Gravy ( Popular Restaurant Recipes ) by Tarla Dalal
Basic spinach gravy, this is a very basic gravy that can be used with a variety of vegetables to make subzis. It has a natural dark green colour, and a medium spicy taste because of the combination of ingredients like green chillies and curds. It is best to blanch and then use the spinach so that it ....
17 May 16
Basic Kolhapuri Gravy by Tarla Dalal
Hailing from the Kolhapur region as the name suggests, this is a medium spicy gravy with the enticing tang of tomatoes and the crunch of sautéed onions.
Cashews give the gravy a rich flavour and mouth-feel, while a horde of spice powders and pastes, including a special Malvani Masala, give the ....
21 Oct 12
Basic Dum Aloo Gravy, Punjabi Restaurant Style Dum Aloo Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Dum Aloo gets its characteristic flavour and texture from the intensely-flavoured gravy that the potatoes are cooked in.
The gravy gets its deep flavour and luscious texture from a paste of onions and spices, cooked along with tomato pulp and fresh cream.
You can make a batch of Basic Du ....
09 Feb 16
Basic Kadai Gravy, Popular Restaurant Style Kadai Gravy Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Of a semi-dry consistency, and with the prominent flavour of tomatoes, kadhai based gravies are just perfect for the Indian palate. The Basic Kadhai Gravy is reddish brown in colour and more on the spicier side because of the red chillies used.
The tangy tinge and spicy notes of the gravy appe ....
19 Feb 16
Basic Pasanda Gravy, Restaurant Style Pasanda Gravy Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Basic Pasanda Gravy, this unique gravy is made using browned onions and boiled onion paste, thus giving it a pale whitish colour. It is enriched with cashewnuts which masks the mild spicy taste of the gravy. It is a versatile gravy and can be used with other vegetables besides the classic “paneer” c ....
19 Jan 16
Basic Makhani Gravy, Popular Restaurant Makhani Gravy by Tarla Dalal
Basic makhani Gravy, the name says it all! The cream and butter used to prepare this gravy gives it the name “makhani”. It is a reddish tomato-based gravy commonly used in North Indian cuisines.
The sour taste of tomatoes is balanced by the use of fresh cream. Makhani gravies are an all-time f ....
23 Sep 16
Coconut Milk For Gravies and Curries by Tarla Dalal
Coconut Milk has a magical effect on gravies. Its soothing flavour and pleasant aroma help to balance strong spices, while also giving the gravy a rich mouth-feel and a unique taste.
In restaurants, Coconut Milk is commonly used to prepare Goan and South I ....
21 Oct 12
Basic Malvani Gravy by Tarla Dalal
Basic malvani gravy, apart from coconut, malvani food features a lot of onion-based curries and malvani paste/masala, which is a special blend of spices that lends the cuisine its distinctive taste. Malvani gravy is reddish brown in colour and very spicy because of the usage of more red chillies. Ap ....
07 Jul 12
Cabbage Paneer Koftas in Makhani Gravy by Tarla Dalal
Cornflour and low fat milk imparts a creamy texture to this delectable gravy without adding on extra calories. Serve with steaming hot rice for a perfect sunday lunch!
22 Jul 16
15 Feb 16
Methi Koftas in Kadhi, Veg Methi Kofta Curry by Tarla Dalal
Easy to make but superlatively delicious, this kadhi plays perfect host to delectable, non-fried, methi-flavoured koftas. These unique koftas are made with flours of multiple grains, perked up with lemon juice and ginger-green chilli paste.
The koftas are steamed and not deep-fried, so they wi ....
07 Jul 12
White Gravy Biryani by Tarla Dalal
Caraway flavoured brown rice, layered with an assortment of colourful vegetables cooked in a subtly spiced gravy, the White Gravy Biryani is a mouth-watering and sumptuous dish – almost a one-pot meal! It has lots of garlic and ginger, which help to counterbalance the effects of sodium and make this ....
15 Jul 16
Soya Tikkis in Malwani Gravy by Tarla Dalal
Malwani gravy in its original cooking style requires lots of coconut and oil, making it obviously high on the calorie scale! For a healthier version of this tasty subzi, use just 2 tbsp of coconut and lots of coriander.
To make it even healthier, I have used tikkis made from soya granules and ....
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