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Recipe# 5539
April 14, 2014
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Carrot and Moong Dal Soup 
by Tarla Dalal
This interesting variation makes a great change for your palate. It works effortlessly with onions, garlic and tomatoes in it. The low fat milk in the soup does not add cholesterol to the diet. The protein in the low fat milk complements the protein in the lentils, thus making this a nourishing comb ....
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Recipe# 5531
January 01, 1900
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Carrot Coriander Juice by Tarla Dalal
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This juice is absolutely low in calories and is not strained so as to retain all the fibre in the juice itself. Whole Wheat Salad Wrap, with this juice makes an ideal breakfast treat that's really rich in fibre.
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Recipe# 22251
September 20, 2013
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Carrot, Cabbage, Pineapple and Paneer with Low Cal Thousand Island Dressing by Tarla Dalal
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Traditionally, the thousand island dressing calls for oil. I have modified and made it low cal by using low fat curds, vegetables, chilli sauce and tomato sauce. I am sure you will not miss the original dressing, as its healthier version tastes the same. To relish it the most, pour the chilled dress ....
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Recipe# 5285
December 21, 2012
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Cauliflower Methi Roti by Tarla Dalal
Methi and cauliflower add an interesting little twist to the traditional plain jowar rotis. The healthy rotis along with a bowl of low-fat curds and khichdi makes a complete nourishing meal for diabetics and people with heart disease.
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Recipe# 5541
October 02, 2013
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Cauliflower Soup by Tarla Dalal
A creamy, crunchy soup which is sure to tickle your taste buds. The vitamin a in celery is an antioxidant which helps to keep the lining of the arteries in good health. Being extremely low in fat and free from cholesterol, this delectable soup is a perfect appetizer for those "heart conscious" peopl ....
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Recipe# 5575
January 01, 1900
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Chana Dal with Cucumber 
by Tarla Dalal
Chana dal in addition to protein provides a good source of iron and fibre while cucumber, added to enhance the flavours, contributes minimal calories and no fat to your diet. Serve hot with rice or chapatis to square up your meal.
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Recipe# 5570
May 02, 2013
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Chana Palak ( Healthy Heart Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Chick peas cooked in a different mild gravy made with spinach purée, onions and tomatoes.
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Recipe# 22320
December 17, 2013
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Chana Paneer by Tarla Dalal
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One of my personal favorites!! this subzi has an unusual mix of ingredients, with the potassium-rich chana and tomatoes making it ideal for people with high b. P.
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Recipe# 6409
January 16, 2014
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Chawli Bhaji ( Healthy Subzi Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
You are sure to be using cowpea, and even its vegetable, quite commonly in your cooking. Have you ever tried using its leaves, which are a storehouse of vitamin c and iron? chawli bhaji is a simple but tasty preparation of chawli greens. A puree of the greens tempered with a traditional combination ....
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Recipe# 5586
December 06, 2013
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Chick Pea and Mint Rice 
by Tarla Dalal
An all-rounder that contains ingredients from four cereal groups – cereals, pulses, veggies and oil, the chickpea and mint rice is a satiating one-dish meal. The brown rice and mixed veggies used in this delicious preparation provide not just nutrients but also lots of fibre, to keep cholesterol lev ....
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Recipe# 5544
January 01, 1900
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Chick Pea and Soya Tikkis ( Healthy Heart Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Tikki, a traditional indian snack is presented with a variation here. The additional soya helps to decrease cholesterol, while the chick peas give the indian flavour to the dish. The tikkis are made in just 1 teaspoon of oil to add only 20 calories to your diet, instead of adding 80 calories by bein ....
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Recipe# 3596
December 04, 2013
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Chick Pea Salad with Mint Dressing 
by Tarla Dalal
One of the most nutritious beans - chick peas are rich in iron, protein and folic acid. Curds enrich this tangy salad with more protein and calcium while coriander and mint increase its vitamin a content. Chill this salad before you serve it so as to relish its delightful flavours.
Recipe# 8721
October 11, 2007
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Chocolaty Ice-cream Sundae 
by Tarla Dalal
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Lip-smacking chocolate is what everyone yearns for dessert, but we usually hold back because of the chockfull of calories it brings along. Here's a low calorie chocolate dessert made with low fat milk and cocoa powder which will not fail to satisfy your taste buds equally.
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Recipe# 22283
January 01, 1900
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Chunky Tomato Pasta by Tarla Dalal
Pasta is not usually recommended for diabetics. However, unlike the usual calorie-laden and creamy pasta dishes, this delicacy makes use lots of tomatoes, vegetables and just a dash of low fat cream to satisfy your cravings. One serving of pasta, though small, is just enough to relish as a snack.
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