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Jain customs require them to follow strict rules regarding what and when they eat. In general, ingredients like onion, garlic, potatoes and other root vegetables are totally avoided by Jains. This often makes people think that their cuisine is uninteresting, which is not so. Most dishes, ranging from traditional to modern, can be prepared tastily without using these ingredients. You just need to know the proper substitutes and intelligent methods of preparing the dishes. This section opens up a world of Jain-friendly recipes ranging from all-time favourites like Paneer Tikka Masala and Jain Pav Bhaji to must-try treats like Quick Quick Paneer Subzi and Sev Tameta. Lose yourself in the tongue-tickling treats that this section holds in store for you.
04 Apr 16
Achar Dip, Achari Dip by Tarla Dalal
Never before would you have experienced such a wide assortment of Indian spices in a dip! With a base of curds, tempered with five aromatic spices, perked up with coriander and green chillies, and chilled to a pleasant temperature, this lip-smacking Achaari Dip will make your taste buds tingle with ....
16 Dec 08
American Chopsuey ( Jain Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
America meets china in chop suey. Add a jain influence to it, and you have an amazing blend of cultures!
21 Nov 07
Amritsari Gobi Mutter by Tarla Dalal
Cauliflower and green peas, the popular duo, feature in a rich, white gravy that is so flavourful you would hardly notice the absence of onions and garlic! While cabbage gives a crunch and flavour akin to onions, bottle gourd acts as the main ingredient in the gravy, giving it volume and a creamy te ....
16 May 08
Anjeer Basundi by Tarla Dalal
Traditional anjeer basundi makes use of dry anjeer, which is high in calories and fat i have used fresh anjeer (figs) to make this recipe low cal. Use of low fat milk and cornflour for thickening instead of high fat cream further cuts down in calories yet retaining its creamy texture and mouth feel. ....
21 Jan 10
Arabic Salad by Tarla Dalal
The salad is traditionally flavoured with sumac powder, which is a Middle Eastern spice made from the berries of the sumac bush. The powder has a tart flavour thus we have substituted it with pomegranate powder and lemon juice. It is worth hunting down if you possibly can. But the salad is equally d ....
04 Feb 15
Asparagus Fondue by Tarla Dalal
This rich, thick, creamy fondue made with asparagus and a generous portion of cheese, goes well with potato wedges and pita chips.
22 Feb 00
Asparagus Rolls by Tarla Dalal
Guests love this dainty snack in which asparagus is delicately blended with mustard and green chillies.
14 Nov 11
Atta Ka Sheera by Tarla Dalal
Mouth-watering Atta Sheera, with a fabulous colour, texture and flavour, ready in just five minutes! If you are wondering how that magic is possible, well, just trust your microwave to do it for you. Flavoured with cardamom and garnished with slivers of almond, this is one irresistible dessert that ....
21 Nov 07
Avial Rice by Tarla Dalal
Rice cooked in coconut milk and layered with mouth-watering avial, the south indian vegetable delicacy. This unusual dish is sure to fetch you compliments from your guests.
16 Dec 08
15 Sep 14
Avocado Salad by Tarla Dalal
These days avocadoes are available in most supermarkets and fruit stalls, almost all round the year. While some people buy it frequently for its health benefits, others stay away as they are unsure of how to include it in their diet. Puddings and milkshakes are perhaps the most popular preparations ....
16 May 12
23 Sep 14
Badam ka Sheera by Tarla Dalal
How many times have you dismissed the thought of making your favourite Indian desserts at home because they take too long to prepare? Well, where there is a will, there is a way. Next time you feel like relishing some delicious Badam ka Sheera, try this quick and easy recipe, which enables you to ma ....
20 Aug 11
Badam Ka Sheera ( Pregnancy Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Milk and almonds prove to be a good combination during your lactation period. These foods help to stimulate the production of breast milk. The calcium and the energy content of the recipe are good due to the addition of milk in to the sheera. Have a tablespoon every day while you lactating.
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