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01 Jan 1999
Tamatar ki Chutney by Tarla Dalal
Ajwain and garlic flavoured tomato chutney. Freeze large quantities of this chutney, scoop out small potions of it and reheat for use.
05 Jun 14
Tamatar ki Kadhi ( Roz ka Khana) by Tarla Dalal
Who does not like tangy, lip-smacking kadhi? Here is a tangier, more tantalizing version made of tomato puree (instead of dahi), thickened with besan, and spiced up with an assortment of pungent ingredients. The order of adding ingredients, and the duration of cooking, need to be maintained in order ....
01 Jan 1900
Tamatar ki Launji by Tarla Dalal
Everyday ingredients, minimal time, and least effort is all it takes to make this mouth-watering accompaniment! A simple tempering of seeds and a sprinkling of common spice powders moves the humble tomato from an ‘extra’ ingredient status into the limelight. Perhaps it is the right combination of in ....
08 Apr 15
Tameta Muthia Nu Shaak by Tarla Dalal
A traditional treat from the kitchens of Gujarat, the Tameta Muthia Nu Shaak will amaze you with its fenugreek flavoured muthias in a tangy tomato base. While the original recipe calls for oodles of oil, we have managed to recreate the same magic without any oil! The muthias are steamed, yet have a ....
01 Jan 1900
Tameta Muthia Nu Shaak ( Gujarati Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
If you want to prepare a vegetable side-dish that is as easy as easy can be, this is the perfect choice for you! select nice and ripe tomatoes to ensure the success of your tamata muthia nu shaak. Also, if the sharp taste of methi is not liked by your family, you can even make muthias of bottle gour ....
08 Sep 14
Tandoori Aloo by Tarla Dalal
Baby potatoes, cooked with a special red chilli-based masala paste, fenugreek leaves and fresh cream, results in a flavourful treat that taunts the taste buds with its spicy, bitter, tangy and creamy hues. Cooking it for the right duration and using the right methods in the microwave oven gives the ....
29 Oct 13
Tandoori Gobhi by Tarla Dalal
Just a teaspoon of oil is needed to cook this cauliflower marinated in low fat curds. You don't even need a tandoor to acquire that distinctive smoky flavour!
06 Aug 14
Tandoori Gobhi (subzi) by Tarla Dalal
Succulent pieces of cauliflower marinated in tandoori spices. You can marinate chunks of paneer, mushrooms, or even boiled potatoes to make interesting variations. Serve these with toothpicks to make a conversation starter or with rotis or parathas to make a quick working lunch.
22 Apr 15
Tandoori Mushrooms ( Cooking with 1 Tsp. Oil) by Tarla Dalal
Yum yum, nom nom, unbelievably this delicious starter is made with just a teaspoon of oil! Low-cal, protein-rich mushrooms are cooked in lip-smacking tandoori style. The velvety mushrooms are coated with an aromatic masala and kasuri methi with a little help from low-fat milk, which also adds some c ....
01 Jan 1900
Tandoori Naan by Tarla Dalal
The famous tandoor bread of north india.
01 Jan 1999
Tandoori Paratha by Tarla Dalal
The well-thought-out choice of spices in the stuffing is sure to delight your taste buds. This healthy variation of Tandoori Paratha is a sure hit! Oil is usually added to the flour to make a smooth and soft dough, but to curb the use of oil, I have added low fat curds which also produces the desi ....
01 Jan 1999
Tandoori Roti ( Kebabs and Tikkis Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Hmmm, the flavour imparted by the traditional clay tandoor is unbeatable, but you can make do with an inverted pressure pan and a gas stove instead!
05 Jul 14
Tangy Green Moong Dal by Tarla Dalal
Here is a nourishing dish that displays many characteristic rajasthan flavours. Made of four dals cooked simply with conventional spices, ginger and chillies, with a dash of lemon for added tang, the tangy green moong dal should be enjoyed fresh with hot masala baati. You can have it with any roti o ....
05 Sep 14
Tarkari Khichdi by Tarla Dalal
As the name suggests, this dish brims with Tarkari (vegetables) and the nutrients that they contain. To add to the goodness of vegetables, moong dal is also a rich source of protein, folic acid and zinc. An interesting combination of health and taste makes this dish a must-try!
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