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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 like having the Jowar Methi Roti, 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 like Chawli beans and Mint Burger, which are also easy to prepare and made with readily available ingredients like the Beans and Amaranth Leaves Dal, 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# 35020
17 Nov 10

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Oats Tikki with Healthy Green Chutney ( Healthy Starter Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
Oats can be called a doctor in a bowl, since it fights against conditions ranging from high blood pressure and cholesterol to diabetes and even cancer! carrots and paneer add more good health and taste to this wonder ingredient, while the green chutney peps up the mood.
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Recipe# 5607
16 Jun 08

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Orange Sesame Tabbouleh 
by Tarla Dalal
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Vitamin C rich orange and parsley helps to absorb iron (required for supplying blood to your skin) from bulgur wheat and sesame seeds.
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Recipe# 30995
27 Jul 08

Palak Baby Corn by Tarla Dalal
The versatile palak, a favourite in North Indian households, can be used in a variety of preparations such as raita, soup, gravy and kofta! Here it combines with corn, to delight your senses.
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Recipe# 22166
23 Mar 13

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Palak Chana Dal by Tarla Dalal
A maharashtrian delight, tweaked to boost the health value! while palak adds vitamin a to this dish, chana dal adds nutrients like calcium, iron, folic acid, zinc and fibre. Ensure that you do not overcook chana dal, as it should be separate and not mashed.
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Recipe# 39667
23 Mar 13

Palak Kofta Rice by Tarla Dalal
Koftas add zing to the zero oil palak rice. Try making these soft and tasty koftas with low-fat paneer and palak. Not only palak, but low-fat paneer is also a health booster as it contains protein, calcium and vitamin A. Steaming the koftas instead of deep-frying not only slashes down the fat conten ....
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Recipe# 5576
23 Aug 11

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Palak Masoor Dal by Tarla Dalal
A fragrant spinach and lentil preparation made without the use of any calorie-laden ingredients. Enjoy this dal with phulkas or parathas made on a non-stick pan by only brushing the parathas with oil and not adding extra oil to cook them. Do remember not to overcook this dal as the spinach tends to ....
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Recipe# 39181
23 Nov 14

Palak Methi Na Muthia by Tarla Dalal
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I’d say, “steam them, season them, and gobble them up!” you should ideally follow this process in quick succession and serve the palak methi na muthia soon after steaming—as freshness ensures the greatest satisfaction as far as this dish goes. It does take a while to painstakingly clean and chop the ....
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Recipe# 4804
14 Jun 14

Palak Toovar Dal ( Calcium Rich Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
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Spinach and toovar dal used for this mildly spiced recipe, makes this dal a rich calcium source. Serve hot with roti or rice.
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Recipe# 5707
10 Oct 14

Palak Toovar Dal ( Iron Rich Recipes ) by Tarla Dalal
Rich in taste and nutrition, this Palak Toovar Dal is a healthful dish you can prepare frequently without any hassle, as it uses simple cooking methods and common ingredients. You just need to remember to soak the toovar dal earlier. The smart twist in this dal recipe is the addition of lemon juice, ....
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Recipe# 22436
05 Jul 16

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Palak, Methi and Corn Subzi 
by Tarla Dalal
All through the nine months of gestation, you need a good amount of protein and calcium to ensure your good health as well as the baby’s. This Palak, Methi and Corn Subzi is loaded with ingredients that can give you these essential nutrients. Not only that, the fenugreek, spinach and curds als ....
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Recipe# 33452
01 Jan 01

Panchratni Dal ( Eat Well Stay Well Recipes ) by Tarla Dalal
Panchratni dal, the dish is a blend of dals with spices; it is a tasty accompaniment to rice, rich in protein, iron and calcium. Calcium decreases as you age and hence needs constant supply whereas iron is required to maintain hemoglobin levels, especially for women.
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Recipe# 3565
26 Nov 12

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Paneer Palak Koftas in Makhani Gravy by Tarla Dalal
Low-cal Paneer Palak Kofta in Makhani Gravy, anyone? The weight-watcher is usually terrified of words like paneer and makhani, but here is a low-cal version of this popular North Indian dish specially formulated to please food lovers without adding to their waistline. The innovative twist here is th ....
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Recipe# 2981
20 Aug 11

Paneer, Palak and Methi Stuffed Roti by Tarla Dalal
Your nutrient requirement increases during the third trimester, but your appetite may not. So you need to have energy rich foods that are a good combination of 2 to 3 food groups to supplement your needs. This roti has leafy vegetable and a dairy product which will provide you with calcium, iron and ....
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Recipe# 2978
20 Aug 11

Paushtic Roti ( Pregnancy Cook Book) by Tarla Dalal
The word "paushtic" in hindi means healthy or life giving. This roti is a nutritious combination of a cereal and a pulse along with a green leafy vegetable, enhanced further by the addition of milk or curds. All of these contribute to make this dish rich in folic acid, iron, protein and calcium. Hav ....
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