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Recipe# 2974
01 Jan 1999

 
Subzi Dal by Tarla Dalal
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Have this nutritious dal along with rotis or parathas as the combination of dals with vegetables makes it extremely rich in energy, protein, calcium, iron and folic acid-all the nutrients which are necessary for a successful pregnancy. Green peas adds on to the fibre content of the recipe and helps ....
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Recipe# 5705
01 Jan 1900

 
Suva Chana Dal by Tarla Dalal
Sometimes, the right combination of nutrients works better than a single supplement in overcoming a shortfall. In boosting haemoglobin levels for example, a combination of iron and protein will do the job better, as in the case of this Suva Chana Dal where the former brings in protein to support the ....
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Recipe# 22218
01 Jan 1999

 
Suva Chawal Roti by Tarla Dalal
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Here's a variation of appas (rice bread) using Suva bhaji, which not only has a pleasing sweetness but also a good store of vitamin A. Knead the dough when hot or else it will not be very smooth. It is best served with a spicy vegetable like Lauki Kofta Curry because the Paratha itself has a very mi ....
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Recipe# 22176
01 Jan 1999

 
Suva Masoor Dal by Tarla Dalal
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An unusual combination of ingredients viz. Suva (dill) and Masoor. Abundantly rich in protein, calcium, iron, folic acid and zinc, Masoor makes a good combination with sweet tasting Suva to make a delicacy in itself. Garlic adds its own unique flavour and perks up the taste of the dal.
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Recipe# 22212
01 Jan 1999

 
Suva Moong Dal by Tarla Dalal
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The sweet taste of Suva, mixed with moong dal and spiced with green chillies makes this subzi a must-try. Suva is rich in vitamin A and iron, while moong dal provides the necessary protein. So, what're you waiting for? Whip up and indulge in this lovely dish!
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Recipe# 39685
04 Oct 14

 
Suva Moong Dal Subzi by Tarla Dalal
Iron-rich suva and protein and zinc rich moong dal are a perfect combo for building haemoglobin in the body, and therefore a must-have for the whole family. Moreover, Suva Moong Dal Subzi is something you can make often because it is easy, and requires minimum time for preparation and cooking. Serve ....
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Recipe# 3555
01 Jan 1999

 
Tandoori Mushrooms by Tarla Dalal
Mushrooms are low in calories and are a valuable source of protein. The aroma of these velvety textured mushrooms is simply irresistible. Serve these tandoori mushrooms as starters to a main meal. If you're not very fond of mushrooms, try using low fat paneer, or baby corn pieces instead.
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Recipe# 22438
05 Nov 12

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Teen Ratna Dal by Tarla Dalal
This flavoursome combination of three lentils and various spices is a good source of calcium, protein and iron for the mom-to-be. Enjoy it with rice variations or just dip your roti in it for a truly heady experience.
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Recipe# 6422
05 Oct 14

 
Tendli Aur Matki Subzi by Tarla Dalal
Chockfull of nutrients, this subzi is an easy preparation of tendli and matki in a traditional manner, with usual taste-givers like onions, green chillies, tomatoes and spice powders. What makes this Tendli aur Matki Subzi unique is the combination of tendli and sprouts, which offers calcium, protei ....
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Recipe# 2945
01 Jan 1999

 
Thalipeeth by Tarla Dalal
A nutritious pancake made with 3 kinds of flours, making it delicious and more importantly nutritious also. Thalipeeth is the easiest snack that you can make. The iron and folic acid content of the recipe is high and will help you supplement your needs during the first trimester. You can also use a ....
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Recipe# 38602
30 Mar 13

 
Three Grain Paratha ( Gluten Free Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
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Soya flour, ragi flour and jowar flour combine to make these mildly spiced parathas. These flours are not only gluten free but also a good source of iron, calcium, fibre and protein.
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Recipe# 32575
01 Jan 1999

 
Til and Jowar Puri (100 Calorie Snacks) by Tarla Dalal
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Suggested serving size for 100 calories: 5 puris. Easy to make, this iron-rich snack with jowar flour and sesame seeds is ideal for anytime and anywhere munching.
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Recipe# 5697
01 Jan 1900

 
Til Gur ki Roti ( Iron Rich) 
by Tarla Dalal
Time for some sweet memories. It is amazing how the aroma of jaggery and til working together always bring back memories of mom’s cooking. This traditional duo reflects mom’s care not just in taste but also in their nutritional richness. The use of both jaggery and til makes the Til Gur ki Roti an i ....
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Recipe# 22443
24 Sep 12

 
Til Gur ki Roti ( Nutritious Recipe For Pregnancy) by Tarla Dalal
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Jaggery has a high iron content as it is prepared in iron utensils. It is thus an ideal food for others-to-be. In these rotis, jaggery combines with another iron-rich ingredient til to provide a double dose of iron for the expectant mother!
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