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26 Jan 15
Methi and Moong Sprouts Wrap by Tarla Dalal
These sumptuous whole wheat wraps are perfect to have for brunch, or as a meal on the go. The use of fibre-rich ingredients like methi and moong make this an ideal food for diabetics. In general, most fibre-rich foods help the lower blood glucose levels, but methi is all the more efficient because i ....
01 Jan 1999
Methi Crispies by Tarla Dalal
Leafy vegetables do wonders for diabetics. Here they are mixed with whole wheat flour and soya flour to make a healthy snack, flavoured with sesame seeds and ajwain. Eat them with a low calorie dip of your choice or enjoy them with a cup of sugar-free tea.
01 Jan 1900
Methi Mangodi by Tarla Dalal
Substitute dairy products with low fat versions and go easy on the oil for a healthy version of this classic Rajasthani specialty.
01 Jan 1999
Methi Moong Dal Subzi by Tarla Dalal
You can eat healthily and yet enjoy some of the favourites. Here's a classic example of cooking a subzi like methi with just a teaspoon of oil for 2 people.
04 Jun 15
Methi Mutter Pasanda by Tarla Dalal
This recipe is an all time favourite. Puréed cauliflower perked with onion and spices imparts a creamy texture to this subji and eliminates the use of high calorie ingredients such as cream and cashewnuts. Methi has plenty of iron and vitamin a while fresh green peas provide fibre which adds bulk an ....
05 Jan 15
Methi Pitla by Tarla Dalal
Methi Pitla is a variant of the evergreen Maharashtrian dish. The addition of fenugreek leaves gives an exciting twist to the otherwise comforting flavour of traditional pitla, making it a suitable accompaniment for a variety of dishes, especially those like jowar roti, which rely on the accompanime ....
01 Jul 05
Methi Tofu by Tarla Dalal
Methi peps up even the simplest of dishes! This is no exception. Add salt to the methi and squeeze it well to remove the inherent bitterness of the methi leaves. You can even salt and squeeze the methi and store it in the freezer for days or even months; just defrost and use whenever you want. Just ....
01 Jan 1900
Methiwali Dal by Tarla Dalal
This dal serves a dual purpose it's extremely good for people with heart ailments along with diabetes as methi helps to control blood sugar levels. I have added ginger and garlic to this dal which gives the perfect spice effect and helps to avoid the need of oil-laden pickles. Serve hot with Stuffed ....
17 Nov 10
Mini Low-cal Pita Pockets ( Healthy Starter Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
Pockets of joy to pep up your parties! pita bread made with whole wheat flour and filled with chickpeas patties are teamed up with healthy bread mayonnaise and veggies for a wholesome, low-cal experience. While regular pita pockets contain approximately 250 calories, these contain only 123 each.
01 Jan 1900
Mini Pizzetas by Tarla Dalal
Pizzas are usually considered to be calorie-laden. Now, here is a healthy version, made with only 1 teaspoon of cheese per pizza and a whole lot of veggies, yet maintaining the authentic pizza taste.
27 Nov 13
Mint and Masoor Tikkis by Tarla Dalal
An interesting way of combining an unusual leafy vegetable like mint and a pulse like masoor. As i have used only 1 teaspoon of oil to cook these tikkis, they are really amazing being moreover relatively light in terms of calories as compared to the deep fried tikkis which are loaded with oil. Serve ....
01 Jan 1999
Mint and Onion Chutney by Tarla Dalal
Onions impart sweetness while lemon juice perks up the flavour of this piquant chutney. Mint and coriander provide vitamin A and C, making this an ideal accompaniment for your favourite snacks. Make the chutney in advance and store in the freezer for up to six days. Goes well with Soyabean Panca ....
21 Aug 14
Minty Bean Salad by Tarla Dalal
For an accompaniment to a main dish, try this novel combination of black-eyed beans (lobhia) with a fresh minty flavour. Tomato, coriander and lemon add more tang and nutritional value i.e. vitamin A, vitamin C, folic acid and iron to this salad. Serve at room temperature immediately after tossing i ....
22 Jan 15
Minty Couscous by Tarla Dalal
Although it sounds very exotic, couscous is nothing but broken wheat cooked in water or milk, something that everybody can prepare easily at home. A traditional food of Northern Africa, it is a great source of iron. Minty Couscous is a flavourful variant in which couscous is enhanced with chopped ve ....
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