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Healthy Salads recipes
Have you had your salad today? Experts say that eating salads almost every day may be one of the healthiest eating habits you can adopt, and thankfully, one of the simplest! Eating salads is a convenient way to work in a couple of servings of vegetables and fruits. Not only that, salads are cool, crunchy and fun to eat with varied textures, colours and flavours. The only problem with salads is that sometimes people add a lot of cream-based, fattening dressings to the good stuff, thinking it is the only way to make it tasty. Ditch this idea and let this section show you how to make super-healthy salads that your taste buds will thank you for!
Orange Tabbouleh, Healthy Orange Tabbouleh by Tarla Dalal
Bulgur (which is often referred to as broken wheat or dalia) is the healthiest form of wheat available. The most important nutrient retained by this cereal form is fibre, that makes it a low glycemic index food and helps to prevent a quick rise in blood sugar levels. In contrast, wheat products like ....
05 May 16
Apple, Banana and Date Salad by Tarla Dalal
It is the dressing that transforms the simple combination of apples, bananas and dates into an exotic and tongue-tickling salad! You are sure to have tried varied dressings ranging from honey-based and lemon-based to olive oil-based and curd-based ones.
The Apple. Banana and Date Salad feature ....
01 Apr 16
Zucchini and Bell Pepper Sprouted Moong Salad by Tarla Dalal
This is one of the most fabulous ways to consume sprouted moong. Teamed up with colourful capsicums, yummy zucchini and juicy apples, the sprouts turn into a terrific treat for your taste buds.
Apple adds a nice fruity note to the Zucchini and Bell Pepper Sprouted Moong Salad, while lemon adds ....
18 Mar 16
Three Bean Salad, Good For A Healthy Diet, For Athletes, Runners by Tarla Dalal
The Three Bean Salad features an excellent combination of different beans tossed in a tantalizing lemony basil dressing. The beans offer an ideal low-cal way to consume protein and fibre, which help to keep cholesterol under check.
The addition of lemon juice provides vitamin C to protect the ....
16 Mar 16
Cous Cous Salad, Healthy Cous Cous Salad by Tarla Dalal
Couscous is a traditional North African food, quite similar to semolina and broken wheat, which is cooked and combined with veggies and other ingredients to make hearty salads
Here is a lip-smacking Couscous Salad, made with brok ....
05 Mar 16
Fruity Corn Salad, Fruit, Corn and Cucumber in Mint Dressing by Tarla Dalal
Rich in vitamin a and folic acid, this colourful salad is made with a well-chosen combination of fruits and vegetables!
Lemon juice and mint go hand-in-hand to create a tangy tasting dressing. Sweet corn contributes a mild sweetness that combines well with pineapple, lettuce and watermelon.
23 Jan 16
Sweet Potato Salad with Mustard and Curd Dressing by Tarla Dalal
The Sweet Potato Salad with Mustard and Curd Dressing is quite different from all other salads, in texture as well as flavour! Soft sweet potatoes, juicy apples and crunchy capsicum provide an exciting mix-and-match of textures, which is further enhanced by the addition of walnuts, which brings in a ....
08 Jan 16
Cherry Tomato and Fenugreek Salad, Cherry Tomato and Methi Salad by Tarla Dalal
What a vibrant sight this lovely salad is! The contrast between the cherry tomato’s red and fenugreek’s deep green gives the salad an exquisite appearance, while their complementary tangy and bitter flavours impart an exotic flavour.
A mild dressing of olive oil and lemon juice is just what th ....
14 Dec 15
Fruity Chana Salad ( Baby and Toddler) by Tarla Dalal
Salads have great nutritive value and should be a part of your baby's meals.
While most little ones are not enthusiastic about salads, if you include a few of their preferred ingredients, they won't even notice they're eating a salad.
You can add any fruits your baby likes to supplement ....
23 Nov 15
Cabbage Salad by Tarla Dalal
This salad is cabbage through and through, with dark green speckles of green chillies and coriander here and there. Yet, this crunchy high fibre Cabbage Salad is so tasty, you will see people reach for more helpings of it. We will let you in on the little secret. A tangy dressing with black salt, le ....
23 Nov 15
Carrot and Beetroot Raita by Tarla Dalal
Carrot and Beetroot Raita, making it look rather cute! Adding carrot further enhances the vitamin A content of the raita and the careful use of spices gives a distinctive Indian feel to it. This delectable calcium laden raita is made in a jiffy and is nearly fat-free.
23 Nov 15
Cucumber Raita ( Low Calorie Healthy Cooking ) by Tarla Dalal
Cucumber Raita, is the ideal raita for weight-watchers as it comprises of high amounts of water and very little calories. This raita is rich in protein and calcium that maintain bone health. The tempering gives a peculiar curry-like flavour to this raita, making it a perfect side dish for a low-cal ....
23 Nov 15
Cucumber, Capsicum and Celery Salad by Tarla Dalal
Cucumber, Capsicum and Celery Salad, is a delightful combination of fresh vegetables, fruits and curds which makes this salad hard to resist. The low-fat curd dressing is delicately flavoured with basil and mustard powder. The fruits, vegetables and low-fat curds have few calories, but contains a lo ....
23 Nov 15
Fruit and Vegetable Salad with Low Calorie Thousand Island Dressing by Tarla Dalal
Fruit and Vegetable Salad with Low Calorie Thousand Island dressing, not just for weight-watchers, but for everybody. This delicious salad also contains all the vitamins A and C needed for the eyes and a glowing complexion. Eating raw fruits and vegetables preserves both fibre and other nutrients.
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