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01 Jul 05
Radish Tofu Parathas by Tarla Dalal
Ah, the very mention of Mooli ka Paratha makes one's mouth water! To pep up this already interesting recipe I've added tofu to it. Radish has a high water-content. So, if you keep it aside for long, the stuffing will become watery and the Parathas will become soggy. To avoid this, add salt to the st ....
15 Aug 14
Ragi and Coriander Uttapa by Tarla Dalal
Calcium and protein rich ragi along with vitamin and iron rich coriander combine tastefully in this healthy snack. While coriander itself has an irresistible flavour and aroma, this is further enhanced by the addition of chillies, onions, tangy curds and a traditional tempering too. These no-fuss, e ....
14 Dec 12
Rajma Cheese Parathas ( Calcium Rich) by Tarla Dalal
Serve these all-in-one parathas to your little one for lunch or when they come home hungry from school. They are very easy and taste great.
19 Feb 13
Rava Dosa ( Idlis and Dosas) by Tarla Dalal
Rava dosa is truly a delicacy that will make your mouth water. The addition of curds, green chillies and cumin seeds adds a bit of spice to the dosa, and makes it very appetising. You can even toss in a few peppercorns and cashews. Ensure that the batter is thin and spreads automatically.
26 Nov 13
Rice and Cucumber Pancakes by Tarla Dalal
These instant pancakes require no advance preparations. Just whip them up in time for a quick breakfast or tuck them into your child’s tiffin box. Besan and potatoes act as binding agents and ensure the pancakes are of the right texture.
01 Nov 03
Rice and Moong Dal Idli by Tarla Dalal
Rice and Moong Dal Idli is a variant of the most popular South Indian snack, Idli, which is traditionally made with rice and urad dal. The well-tested proportions of rice and green moong dal used in this recipe result in a pleasant texture, taste and colour, which will be loved by all your family me ....
18 Oct 10
Rice And Soya Paratha ( Protein Rich Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
The wheat and soya chunks ensure that you get the necessary protein and amino acid intake for the day. These parathas are delicious can be made in a jiffy, an ideal way to use up leftover rice too.
05 Jul 14
Rice and Vegetable Chila by Tarla Dalal
Sometimes, the modification of some of the ingredients or the addition of veggies can give a very innovative spin to popular recipes. Here, the addition of buttermilk and cabbage has that effect on the traditional chila. The rava and the urad dal flour are essential ingredients that balance the mush ....
16 Feb 13
Rice Appe by Tarla Dalal
Traditionally, appes are made with rice and a little urad dal—as shown in this recipe. Crushed peanuts enhance the flavour and texture of theappe, while the tempering gives it an essential boost. Serve rice appe fresh and hot, with tangy tomato chutney.
01 Jul 05
Rice Pancakes by Tarla Dalal
Wholesome pancakes, also make a great breakfast when served with chutney.
18 Feb 13
Rice Rava Dosa by Tarla Dalal
This version of rava dosa is made with equal proportions of rice flour and semolina, with a tempering of mixed spices and a dash of chopped coconut and cashews for crunch. It is a really quick recipe, but tastes special, so it is an ideal choice when you have guests.
11 Mar 13
Russian Salad Sandwich by Tarla Dalal
Russian salad sandwich is a cold sandwich that is perfect for hot summer afternoons. The chopped pineapple contrasts well with the remaining ingredients, and adds a crispy, tangy feel to the sandwich. Use freshly-crushed pepper for best flavour and aroma.
01 Jan 1999
Semiyan Upma ( How To Make Semiyan Upma) by Tarla Dalal
This interesting recipe is a variation of the popular and common south indian recipe upma, using wheat vermicelli instead of semolina. It tastes great with freshly ground coconut chutney.
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