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21 Jul 16
Poha Phirni by Tarla Dalal
Poha Phirni, poha is a rich source of iron as the rice is beaten in an iron mortar-pestle. Besides adding a colourful touch to this unusual phirni, fruits like apples and bananas also provide vitamins, minerals and fibre.
15 Jul 16
Vegetable Stew ( Zero Oil Rotis and Subzis ) by Tarla Dalal
Easy-to-make, yet delicious now that's a good combination of attributes for a recipe!
Cooking dinner can be tiresome after a hectic day, but here is a healthy and yummy dinner which you can whip up in a matter of minutes with the vegetables and
09 Jul 16
Tamatar ki Kadhi ( Nutritious Recipe For Pregnancy) by Tarla Dalal
A richly-flavoured kadhi with the delectable tang of tomatoes! Borrowed from Sindhi cuisine, this mouth-watering Tamatar ki Kadhi is flavoured with a traditional tempering and thickened with besan.
Loaded with tomatoes, this kadhi provides you antioxidants like vitamin A, vitamin C and lycopen ....
29 Jun 16
Vaal ki Usal by Tarla Dalal
A popular, easy to make Maharashtrian
dish. The combination of jaggery and kokum gives a sweet and tangy taste to the usal. Vaal provides you the much needed protein and iron. A thoughtful addition of vitamin C rich coriander improves the absorption of iron ....
29 Jun 16
Tulsi ka Kadha by cyberfunky
Tulsi ka Kadha, a herbal tea with the goodness of tulsi, lemongrass, ginger and gur works wonders with common cold and cough. This kadha is soothing and helps relieve congestion. A perfect home remedy in a cup for common cold and cough. You can sip on this kadha multiple times in a day, just store i ....
19 Jun 16
Subzi Kadhi by Tarla Dalal
Popular with many, this kadhi is my favourite too. Medley of vegetables make this kadhi interesting and delicious.
It is a complete meal when served with steaming hot rice
as is full of veggies, curds providing all the necessary nutrients. As being low in calor ....
18 Jun 16
Suva Masoor Dal by Tarla Dalal
An unusual combination of ingredients viz. Suva (dill) and Masoor. Abundantly rich in protein, calcium, iron, folic acid and zinc, Masoor makes a good combination with sweet tasting Suva to make a delicacy in itself. Garlic adds its own unique flavour and perks up the taste of the dal.
18 Jun 16
Zero Oil Masoor Dal by Tarla Dalal
Masoor dal is a storehouse of nutrients like protein, folic acid, iron and zinc. Protein is required for the formation of new cells, their growth and maintenance. Folic acid and iron on the other hand build up the hemoglobin that carry oxygen and supply nutrients to our body. Zinc enhances the activ ....
18 Jun 16
Baitha Varan by Tarla Dalal
The green paste gives this otherwise simple dish a complete makeover! It increases the vitamin A content, while the vegetables add fibre. Vitamin A increases immunity and also nourishes our skin and improves vision. Despite the interesting flavour and health benefits, this dish is surprisingly easy ....
18 Jun 16
Dhan Saak Dal ( Zero Oil Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
A Parsi delicacy modified into a healthy and easy-to-make dal. Dhan means cereals and pulses, and saak means vegetables. These combine here to make a wholesome meal!
It is traditionally served with Brown Rice
to make a complete nourishing meal. Dare ....
18 Jun 16
Moong Dal Sultani by Tarla Dalal
Even commonly consumed dals rock when combined intelligently with the right ingredients! Garlic and tomatoes add tang and taste to this versatile dal, which goes well with rice as well as with phulkas. Folic acid content of moong dal is an added benefit to this dal.
11 Jun 16
Nachni Upma ( Know Your Flours ) by Tarla Dalal
A versatile ingredient "nachni" is rich in protein, fibre, iron and calcium. It is unusual in taste but very nutritious, so make sure you try it atleast once. This healthy snack is a good way to keep yourself away from calorie laden snacks like samosas, vadas etc.
03 Jun 16
27 May 16
Orange Tabbouleh, Healthy Orange Tabbouleh by Tarla Dalal
Bulgur (which is often referred to as broken wheat or dalia) is the healthiest form of wheat available. The most important nutrient retained by this cereal form is fibre, that makes it a low glycemic index food and helps to prevent a quick rise in blood sugar levels. In contrast, wheat products like ....
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