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Non-stick Kadhai recipes
The kadhai is one of the oldest and most common of cooking utensils, found in almost every Indian home. It is thick and round-bottomed, and available in various volumes. The kadhai is usually used for sautéing, deep-frying, and for preparing curries and gravies. While traditional kadhais are made of clay, iron or aluminium, busy and health-conscious people sometimes opt for a Non-Stick Kadhai as food does not stick to it, and therefore cooking requires less oil.
You will realize the benefit of a non-stick kadhai when you try the recipes in this section like Aloo Gobhi, American Chopsuey, Cornflakes Chivda and Dal Fry, which give you the same great taste with much less oil than usual.
Talumein Soup, Diabetic Friendly by Tarla Dalal
Relax with a cup of Talumein Soup and revel in its amazingly balanced flavours.
The more the vegetables, the healthier the soup, so do not hold back on that front and throw in all the veggies you can lay your hands on.
Ensure that the vegetables are crunchy and not overcooked as over-cooked ....
25 May 17
Bajra Vadi by Tarla Dalal
Perfect proportions of bajra flour and semolina give these vadis an irresistible crunch, while an assortment of ingredients such as sesame seeds, spice powders and pastes give it a lip-smacking flavour.
You can prepare a large batch of this Bajra Vadi and store it in an air-tight jar, to serve w ....
27 Apr 17
Fajeto ( Gujarati Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
The famous gujarati ‘ras-puri’ meal is incomplete without fajeto! fajeto cannot be classified as kadhi, dal or subzi… it is a class apart from any other recipe. What else can you expect from a classical preparation of mango juice cooked together with curds, besan and select spices? despite its uniqu ....
27 Apr 17
Aloo Gobi, Aloo Gobhi Recipe by Tarla Dalal
An all time favourite combination, in an all time favourite form! potato and cauliflower feature in a traditional curry seasoned with typical Indian spices and spruced up with common ingredients like ginger, green chillies and garlic.
The magic of the garam masala and the dry mango powder is evi ....
19 Apr 17
Methi Pakoda by Tarla Dalal
Sometimes, bitterness is beautiful, and methi is a perfect example of this. Its mildly bitter taste and irresistible aroma unfailingly delight the palate, whether it is added to a subzi, roti
14 Apr 17
Chana Chaat, Kala Chana Chaat Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Hmmmm... a truly exciting combination of ingredients makes this Chana Chaat a real winner! Imagine experiencing the nutty flavour of chana, the soothing mushiness of potatoes, the total tanginess of raw mangoes, the juiciness of tomatoes and the crunch of onions, all in one mouthful.
You get t ....
05 Apr 17
Jackfruit Kofta Curry, Kathal Kofta Curry by Tarla Dalal
When the jackfruit season is in, everybody clamours for the fruit, but only the wise know the value of the raw form!
Raw jackfruit has a rustic taste, which if handled properly gives rise to many wondrous recipes. While many people use the kathal to make subzis, we offer you yet another choice – ....
30 Mar 17
Vegetable Chow Mein, Chinese Chow Mein by Tarla Dalal
A popular Chinese
preparation of stir-fried noodles, the Chau-Mèing became popular all over the world, and the name got gradually simplified to Chow Mein!
Here is a flavourful and sumptuous Vegetable Chow Mein recipe that combines boiled a ....
22 Mar 17
Khichdi, Bengali Style by Tarla Dalal
Bengali style khichdi is aromatic and also laden with veggies and dal. In short, it is a flavoursome and power-packed meal.
The use of crushed spices instead of whole or powdered ones brings about a significant change in the recipe – you will notice it when you prepare the khichdi.
Also try ....
17 Mar 17
Mini Cabbage Vadas by Tarla Dalal
The mildly pungent aroma and flavour of cabbage fits very well into vadas. Combined with a dough of soaked urad dal, along with other flavour enhancers, it makes a crispy south Indian
treat that will be loved by all.
When shaped in a convenient size, the Mini C ....
17 Mar 17
Kalmi Vada, Rajashtani Kalmi Vada by Tarla Dalal
A perfect accompaniment for tea on a cold winter’s day, this Rajasthani
delicacy is also surprisingly very easy to prepare.
Made with a coarsely blended batter of chana dal, perked up with green chillies, onions, dhania seeds, etc., Kalmi Vada has a wonderf ....
15 Mar 17
Yam Fritters, Suran Pakoda by Tarla Dalal
A mixture of yam and besan perked up with peanuts, red chillies and onions is used to make scrumptious pakodas, which have a unique crunch brought about by the yam.
A teaspoon of fennel seeds along with coriander and curry leaves give the Yam Fritters a lip-smacking flavour and tantalising aro ....
10 Mar 17
French Beans and Carrot Thoran by Tarla Dalal
‘Thoran’ is a traditional vegetable preparation that is popular in Kerala. It is a dry subzi that can be prepared with many different veggies.
In this recipe, we have used a colourful combination of French beans and carrot. First, the veggies are sautéed with onions and an aromatic tempering of ....
06 Mar 17
Masala Sev by Tarla Dalal
Think jar snack
and sev is one of the first options that comes to mind. Popular all over India, with mild variations, sev is a crispy, thread-shaped snack made of besan dough. It has a melt-in-the-mouth texture and enjoyable flavour.
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