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Iron Rich Recieps recipes




“If you don’t eat enough leafy vegetables and greens, you will become weak and tired. There won’t be enough blood, and you will look pale and anaemic,” is something we have grown up hearing right from our childhood. Be it mom, be it grandma, they have always painted a very green and leafy picture of iron! There is no doubt that green leafy veggies, especially spinach, are a great source of iron, but there is much more to it. Cereals like ragi and bajra, dals and pulses, nuts like walnuts and almonds, and oil seeds like garden cress seeds and sesame seeds, are fantastic sources of iron too.

Cooked in interesting ways, these provide variety and many a tasty means to building our iron stores and raise our haemoglobin levels, which in turn will ensure a good blood supply to all the cells in our body, and make us energetic enough to face our daily hassles.

This section will help you improve the iron content in your diet through mouth-watering recipes, which are also easy to prepare and made with readily available ingredients, so that you can make them often without much ado. These recipes have been prepared by our team of chefs and nutritionists after thorough research and planning, and are suitable for healthy people seeking to boost iron and haemoglobin levels, as well as those who have a bit of an iron shortfall to overcome.

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Recipe# 3562
26 Nov 12

 
Low Cal Chivda by Tarla Dalal
A delectable snack made with flaked rice seasoned with a right blend of spices. Use a thin variety of poha commonly known as "nylon poha", to make a crispier snack. This chivda can be stored in an air-tight container for several days. This guilt-free chivda is a good option for a mid-morning or a ....
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Recipe# 3570
26 Nov 12

 
Low Calorie Dal Makhani 
by Tarla Dalal
Dal makhani, a flavourful robust lentil preparation, is a celebrated delicacy from punjab. Rajma and whole urad provide protein and calcium which are extremely important for maintenance of your body cells and healthy bones. Cooking the dal in tomato purée adds a little sharpness to this dish and als ....
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Recipe# 3543
26 Nov 12

 
Mag na Dhokla by Tarla Dalal
Moong dal or 'mag na' dhoklas are a favourite breakfast recipe of gujaratis. Not only are these dhoklas very simple to prepare, they can also be made well in advance. To enhance its flavour and nutritive value, add some grated carrots or ground peas to the batter. Serve with low calorie green chutne ....
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Recipe# 22405
26 Nov 07

 
Masala Roti by Tarla Dalal
As the name suggests, these Rotis are masaledar and delectably spicy! If you want them even spicier, you can add finely chopped green chillies. Whole cumin seeds impart taste and crunch to the Rotis, and you can also add carom seeds (ajwain) or sesame seeds for more crunch and taste. asafetida, whic ....
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Recipe# 39903
14 Mar 15

 
Masala Vadai by Tarla Dalal
The famous south Indian snack becomes unrecognisable in its new tava-cooked avatar! We have modified the traditional, deep-fried Masala Vadai recipe by adding iron and folic acid rich dill leaves, and tava-cooking the vadais. This delicious snack, made with chana dal is suitable for weight watchers ....
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Recipe# 22147
23 Mar 13

 
Masoor Biryani ( Zero Oil Dal-chawal Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Masoor spells iron shakti, which is very important to build hemoglobin levels and ward off fatigue and tiredness. Make this basic brown in advance to save on time and efforts. I have added apricots and raisins to the masoor masala to make it more interesting.
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Recipe# 5713
10 Oct 14

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Masoor Dal and Vegetable Khichdi 
by Tarla Dalal
Need an iron-boost? Go for this soothing Masoor Dal and Vegetable Khichdi! Made of a wholesome combination of dal, rice and vegetables cooked with aromatic spices, this traditional khichdi gives several nutrients including a significant amount of iron per serving. Flavourful and nutritious, this sum ....
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Recipe# 33249
16 Sep 16

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Masoor Dal with Spinach, Protein Rich Recipes by Tarla Dalal
Masoor dal with spinach, the unbeatable combination of masoor dal with spinach nourishes your body with proteins, iron and folic acid. Tomatoes and amchur powder lend a nice tangy flavour to the dal. Needless to add, this is a super-healthy recipe as protein-rich dals are an indispensable part ....
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Recipe# 7467
12 Apr 15

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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 ....
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Recipe# 22298
17 Mar 16

 
Methi Crispies, Healthy Methi Crispies, Jar Snack by Tarla Dalal
Leafy vegetables, especially methi, do wonders for diabetics by controlling blood sugar. Not only that, methi also does wonders to the flavour of any dish it is added to, with its unique, mildly-bitter taste and splendid aroma. Here, methi is mixed with whole wheat flour and oats to make a healthy s ....
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Recipe# 5693
10 Sep 14

 
Methi Dhal Koshimbir by Tarla Dalal
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A side dish that adds the extra zing to your health! This is a special dish recommended for expecting mothers to fulfill the increased demand for iron.
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Recipe# 5708
10 Oct 14

 
Methi Leaves Sambhar by Tarla Dalal
Sambhar is a dish that is synonymous with South Indian cooking. As it is, sambhar is very nutritious as it combines toovar dal with an assortment of vegetables. While vegetables like red pumpkin, drumsticks and bottle gourd all contribute to the nutrient content of this recipe, the bumper iron top-u ....
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Recipe# 22431
26 Nov 07

 
Methi Tofu by Tarla Dalal
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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 ....
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