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Recipe# 4390
01 Jan 1999

 
Ajwaini Roti by Tarla Dalal
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A simple whole wheat roti spiked up with the delicate flavours of ajwain. Serve them with a simple vegetable dish and some pickle to make a satisfying working lunch.
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Recipe# 4357
01 Jan 1999

 
Aloo Gobi Methi Tuk by Tarla Dalal
Crispy potaotes and cauliflower make a wonderful combination with methi leaves. This tasty vegetable is sure to perk up any meal and it is one of my personal favourites.
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Recipe# 243
01 Jan 1999

 
Aloo Ki Puri by Tarla Dalal
Who does not like anything made with potatoes? surely, this fluffy and sumptuous puri will be liked by kids and elders alike. A unique combination of saffron and pepper play out like a soft, enchanting tune in aloo ki puri, but if you’d like more punch, dash it up with crushed cumin seeds, green chi ....
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Recipe# 22364
01 Jan 1999

 
Aloo Poshto ( Acidity Recipes) 
by Tarla Dalal
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This traditional bengali specialty is one of my favourite recipes and i recommend that you give this one a try. This recipe proves that poppy seeds and potatoes are a match made in heaven!
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Recipe# 22499
01 Jan 1999

 
Aloo Poshto ( Microwave Recipes) 
by Tarla Dalal
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This traditional bengali specialty is one of my favourite recipes and i recommend that you give this one a try. This recipe proves that poppy seeds and potatoes are a match made in heaven!
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Recipe# 736
11 Mar 14

 
Apple Sandesh by Tarla Dalal
A perfect balance of tradition, modernity and convenience, the apple sandesh is a delectable dessert you can whip up in minutes. Here, quickly-made balls of sandesh are topped with an apple mixture tanged up with lemon juice. Strands of saffron impart a rich hue and aroma to the dessert.
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Recipe# 5663
01 Jan 1999

 
Baked Palak Methi Puris 
by Tarla Dalal
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Low fat puris? Absolutely! This non-traditional way of making puris is not only delicious, but it makes them rich in vitamin A and iron.
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Recipe# 8702
11 Oct 07

 
Baked Rasgullas by Tarla Dalal
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For those who are bored of eating rasgullas, make this sweet to please your guests and get all the praises.
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Recipe# 35117
22 Feb 11

 
Bengali Matarsutir Dal ( Microwave Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
You would definitely have used green peas as part of many a recipe, but now try this bengali-style dal that is made exclusively with green peas and just a dash of common spices to pep it up.
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Recipe# 37756
17 Jan 13

 
Bengali Style Okra by Tarla Dalal
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Another delicious dish from east india…easy and quick to make and can be enjoyed hot with parathas or plain chapatis. Ladies finger being high in fibre helps to lower blood sugar levels.
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Recipe# 38905
01 Jan 1999

 
Bengali Style Okra ( Rotis and Subzis) by Tarla Dalal
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When something can be cooked quickly and easily, and is also too tasty to resist, it appeals to everybody! such is the case with the bengali style okra. A fine powder of mustard and poppy seeds lends a unique flavour to this subzi, which features only simple ingredients that can be found in anybody' ....
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Recipe# 4928
01 Jan 1999

 
Bengali Tomato Chutney ( Microwave Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
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A tangy tomato chutney flavoured with panch phoran seeds. Panch phoran is a bengali blend of spices containing equal parts of mustard seeds, kalonji, cumin seeds, saunf and fenugreek seeds.
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Recipe# 4941
01 Jan 1999

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Bhappa Doi by Tarla Dalal
A microwave version of the traditional bengali "steamed sweet curds".
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Recipe# 3455
22 Apr 14

 
Chawal ki Roti by Tarla Dalal
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Rice flour combined with cooked left-over rice can be used in many surprising and novel ways. I have used this combination to prepared delicious rotis. To perk up their flavour garlic, ginger and green chillies are added. Curds are added to make the rotis soft. This is a good way to make use of left ....
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