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15 Aug 14
Lavingya Paatra by Tarla Dalal
A traditional dish that is tasty and healthy too, Lavingya Paatra involves cooking thin layers of a besan-based paste rolled up in baby colocassia leaves. Generally, our ancient cooking techniques have some significance. Here, for instance, the colocassia leaves impart calcium to build strong bones. ....
01 Jan 1999
Mag na Dhokla by Tarla Dalal
Moong dal or 'mag na' dhoklas are a favourite breakfast recipe of gujaratis. Not only are these dhoklas very simple to prepare, they can also be made well in advance. To enhance its flavour and nutritive value, add some grated carrots or ground peas to the batter. Serve with low calorie green chutne ....
01 Jan 1999
Methi Palak Dhoklas by Tarla Dalal
Dhoklas enriched with protein and vitamin C is a classic snack for your child's growing bones.
07 Jun 14
Methi Palak Dhoklas ( Pregnancy Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
These quick and easy to make dhoklas are best enjoyed as a breakfast dish or even a late afternoon snack. Black-eyed beans, also called cow peas or chawli beans are extremely rich in iron and folic acid. Both these nutrients are required in abundance, especially during the first trimester.
05 Jul 14
Mini Idlis in Coconut Sauce by Tarla Dalal
Mini idlis, with loads of spinach in the batter, are tasty and healthy too. Instead of the standard sambhar combo, here the idlis are floated in a soothing coconut sauce with mild hints of green chillies. Mini idlis in coconut sauce is an innovative cocktail snack – just remember to serve it piping ....
15 May 14
Mini Spinach Idlis by Tarla Dalal
A quick and easy breakfast option, if you have idli batter ready on hand. These nice-looking green idlis are full of the goodness of spinach, and have a semi-spicy twang too, thanks to the green chilli paste. Since they are made in a convenient mini format, you can even serve these Mini Spinach Idli ....
01 Jan 1999
Mooli Muthias by Tarla Dalal
Steamed radish dumplings make a delicious and nutritious snack. Radish is one vegetable that most of us ignore inspite of it being a very good source of calcium, vitamin A and C and fibre. This recipe is a delicious way to include this much-ignored vegetable in your diet. If you don't want to make ....
26 Nov 13
Moong Dal and Spinach Idli by Tarla Dalal
Eliminating rice reduces the calorie count of these spinach idlis, making them suitable for diabetics as well. The same moong dal batter can also be used to make healthy pankis and pancakes.
01 Jan 1900
Moong Dal Dhokla by Tarla Dalal
Moong dal dhokla, this is my favourite recipe. . It is very easy to make and a perfect snack recipe. . . Serve with green chutney and relsih it. .
20 Feb 15
Moong Dal Idlis by Tarla Dalal
South Indian snacks, while mostly nutritious, are not always suitable for those with high blood sugar. This diabetes-friendly version of Idli replaces rice with wholesome moong dal and vegetables. Relish this popular snack with sizzling hot sambhar or Healthy Coconut Chutney.
18 Oct 10
Nachni Methi Muthias ( Iron and Calcium Rich Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
Little muthias made of nachni, methi and wheat flour are packets of health and energy. They make an amazing snack that is extremely satiating and adds the essential fibre, iron, and calcium that the body needs. Try making them for your next snack.
01 Jan 1999
Nutritious Stuffed Idlis by Tarla Dalal
Even though idlis are nourishing breakfast foods, the accompanying coconut chutney adds on extra calories and fat. So here's a colourful idli recipe that's packed with the goodness of vegetables and served with delicious low calorie chutney made without using coconut. Here's to healthy and delicious ....
09 Jan 14
Oats Methi Muthia by Tarla Dalal
This recipe proves that you can make healthier versions of almost any dish by throwing in a few thoughtful ingredients – like oats in this case. Using oats and methi to make the popular gujarati snack makes it a wonder dish for diabetics. Since both oats and methi are rich in fibre, they help contro ....
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