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23 Nov 15
Garlicky Lentil and Tomato Soup by Tarla Dalal
This unusual soup has been prepared from masoor dal, which is known for being rich in protein and zinc. Tomatoes give it a lovely red tinge whereas onions and garlic impart an enticing aroma. I’ve blended this soup to give it a nice creamy texture without actually adding cream! It’s a great soup, wh ....
11 Sep 15
Garlicky Spinach by Tarla Dalal
Really quick and easy but very vibrantly flavoured – what more can you ask for in a dish!
Garlicky Spinach just involves throwing in an assortment of flavourful ingredients ranging from chopped garlic and green chillies to soy sauce and red chillies together with the spinach, and sautéing for ju ....
25 Mar 16
20 Aug 11
Gavar Pumpkin Vegetable by Tarla Dalal
Cluster beans are good for diabetics as they have the highest fibre content among all vegetables which in turn prevents a rapid rise in blood sugar levels after a meal. Red pumpkin has been added to thicken the gravy and it also imparts a natural sweetness to this dish, which is delectable. You ....
20 Aug 11
Gavarfali Ki Subzi by Tarla Dalal
Gavarfali (cluster beans) are rich in iron, folic acid, calcium and are an excellent source of fibre. All these are very important nutrients and are present in good quantities in this humble vegetable. This Rajasthani recipe is very healthy and delicious too!! The addition of curds enhances the ca ....
23 Mar 14
Gavarfali ki Subzi ( Healthy Subzi) by Tarla Dalal
Traditional vegetables can be cooked in contemporary ways, and vice versa. But, sometimes the olden favourites remain our golden choice! Time can tarnish neither the flavour nor aroma of this Gavarfali ki Subzi, a simple preparation of cluster beans cooked in a curd based gravy. Once you try it, thi ....
12 Apr 15
Gavarfali ki Sukhi Subzi by Tarla Dalal
Gavarfali ki Sukhi Subzi is a lip-smacking dry subzi that combines beautifully with phulkas fresh off the tava! The benefits of fibre-rich cluster beans are enhanced by the introduction of flavour-imparting garlic, which also keeps blood sugar and cholesterol levels under control.
19 Apr 15
Gavarfali ki Sukhi Subzi ( Rajasthani) by Tarla Dalal
Is it the magic of our Indian everyday spices, or the methods of preparation, that make the Gavarfali ki Sukhi Subzi so delicious? Find out for yourself! A masaledar preparation of cluster beans, made with common ingredients you are sure to have in your kitchen, like ginger, green chillies, cumin se ....
23 Aug 11
Gavarfali with Bajra Dhokli by Tarla Dalal
Gavarfali and bajra, the two fibre rich ingredients have been combined to make this mouth-watering delicacy. Served hot with phulkas to make a hearty and healthy meal.
07 Oct 16
Ghugni, Bengali Style Diabetic Snack by Tarla Dalal
style recipe which is enjoyed as a snack by most. Not being cooked in too much oil, it is healthy.
The masalas and the final touch of coriander, on the other hand, adds to the appeal and taste. It's quite satiating thus avoiding munching on other ....
13 Apr 15
Gluten-free Pasta in Tomato Sauce by Tarla Dalal
Durum wheat pasta is taboo for the gluten intolerant. Gluten free pasta is however available these days and tossed in a scrumptious tomato sauce, will certainly satisfy your taste buds.
10 Dec 15
Gobi Manchurian, How To Make Gobi Manchurian, Starter by Tarla Dalal
A remote village en route from Coimbatore to Pollachi in Tamil Nadu, a tiny restaurant was selling tasty vegetarian food. He had got the spelling of Gobi Manchurian all wrong, but the “Gopi Manjurian” tasted fantastic and warmed us up on that chilly winter’s evening!
04 Nov 16
Gobi Methi Subzi by Tarla Dalal
Methi is a fabulous ingredient, which adds josh to even humble veggies like the cauliflower. With a splash of spice powders, and peppy ingredients like ginger and garlic, the Gobi Methi Subzi is a real treat for your palate.
It is quite simple to make, and if you follow the instructions properly ....
17 Jul 12
Gobi Simla Mirch Or How To Make Gobhi Cauliflower Simla Mirch Recipe by Tarla Dalal
There is something magical about cauliflower. It seems so common, but lends itself to a variety of preparations from everyday fare to exotic dishes.
Here, for example, it combines with peppy capsicum, everyday spices and spice powders to make a tongue-tickling Gobi Simla Mirch that you can serve ....
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