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Deep Pan recipes
25 Jul 14
Nourishing Barley Soup by Tarla Dalal
Barley is a cereal that is not usually used in everyday cooking. It is however a great source of protein, iron and fibre and tastes good too, if cooked with flavourful ingredients as I have done in this broth. The combination of masoor dal along with barley i.e. a pulse with a cereal makes this soup ....
01 Jan 03
Nourishing Lettuce Soup ( Healthy Soups and Salads Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
This unusual yet delicious combination of lettuce and onions is sure to become a firm favourite and help restore your B-complex vitamin levels as well. Though just pepped up with salt and pepper, it's sure to tingle your taste buds.
22 Jan 15
Oats and Vegetable Broth by Tarla Dalal
A toothsome broth of sautéed vegetables and oats cooked simply with water, and seasoned with salt and pepper. Comforting and sumptuous, this Oats and Vegetable Broth is very nutritious too. The vegetables provide an abundant supply of vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that reduces free-radical damag ....
18 Jul 12
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 ....
01 Jan 1900
Osaman ( Gujarati Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Osaman is a hot, liquid recipe akin to rasam, but not so spicy! the use of toovar dal water imparts a very comforting feel to this recipe. The dal used to make this recipe can later be utilised in other recipes like lachko dal. Enjoy osaman hot, with rice and lachko.
01 Jan 1900
Panchratni Dal ( Eat Well Stay Well Recipes ) by Tarla Dalal
Panchratni dal, the dish is a blend of dals with spices; it is a tasty accompaniment to rice, rich in protein, iron and calcium. Calcium decreases as you age and hence needs constant supply whereas iron is required to maintain hemoglobin levels, especially for women.
30 Mar 13
Paneer ( Gluten Free Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Indian cottage cheese or paneer is absolutely safe for gluten intolerant. It’s easy to make fresh and soft paneer at home, and you can ensure it is contamination-free!
01 Jan 1900
Paneer Amritsari Tikka ( Protein Rich Recipes ) by Tarla Dalal
Non-vegetarian foods are extremely high in protein, but that does not mean vegetarians have to worry, as there are abundant sources of proteins -- milk, paneer and dals being the most popular and easily available. So here’s a vegetarian adaptation of the traditional punjabi favourite – the fish amri ....
01 Jan 1999
Paruppu Usli ( How To Make Paruppu Usli ) by Tarla Dalal
This is a dry dish made with vegetables like beans, cluster beans or banana flower and dal. It usually goes well with more kuzhambu, raita and dry roasted or fried appalam.
01 Jan 1900
Poha and Sprouted Green Peas Samosa ( Protein Rich Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
Poha and sprouted green peas,here is a samosa with a difference – and the difference is not just in the use of poha but the use of sprouted green peas! the protein quotient of this version is a tad greater than the usual recipe as the dry green peas are sprouted. Sprouting increases the digestibilit ....
14 Mar 14
Pohe Ke Vade by Tarla Dalal
Crisp, tasty vadas, anyone? a seemingly traditional yet innovative combination of ingredients like beaten rice, soaked moong dal, green and chillies results in a delicious vada that is sure to make tea-time all the more interesting. Enjoy with a hot beverage and the company of loved ones, for best r ....
01 Jan 1999
Potato and Spring Onion Soup by Tarla Dalal
This soup has a slightly oriental feel about it, perhaps because of the choice of veggies like mushroom and spring onions, and flavourings like soy sauce and seasoning cubes. It is also quite filling, as potatoes are quite starchy and give the soup a sumptuous texture. Cook in a closed vessel to ret ....
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