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Recipe# 5596
29 May 13

 
Date and Walnut Ballls by Tarla Dalal
This is a completely fuss-free delicacy, not too high in calories as this delicacy is completely devoid of sugar. Instead dates have been added, as they contain plenty of fibre and natural sugar, while walnuts are rich in linoleic acid which have been proven to be helpful to strengthen the arteries ....
Recipe# 8707
11 Oct 07

 
Date Squares with Custard 
by Tarla Dalal
Fresh dates are naturally sweet and do not require any additional sugar/sweetener, hence stands 1st in the list of low calorie ingredients. When combined with low calorie warm custard it does wonders for ones with a sweet tooth.
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Recipe# 5574
01 Jan 1999

 
Dhabey Ki Dal ( Healthy Heart Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
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A pan of mixed pulses, seasoned with spices and lots of garlic, cooked in just 2 teaspoons of oil. This dal tastes best with a bowl of rice, followed by a high fibre fruit like guava or orange, to end the meal.
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Recipe# 3501
01 Jan 1999

 
Dhan-saak Dal ( Diabetic Recipe ) 
by Tarla Dalal
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A traditional Parsi dish. As the name says, it is an interesting combination of five varieties of dhan (dals) and saak (vegetables) perked with spices to give it a mouth-watering taste. Being loaded with vegetables this dish is not very high in calories and carbohydrates and also provides all the n ....
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Recipe# 3592
03 Sep 14

 
Doodhi Theplas by Tarla Dalal
This is the real thing - a healthy snack that is full of protein, calcium and fibre. You'll be amazed at how easily this traditional Gujarati dish can be made 'healthy' by skipping the oil that is considered so essential to cook them. They also make a great travelling snack, as they stay well for ....
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Recipe# 3522
01 Jan 1999

 
Eggplant Dip by Tarla Dalal
The Middle Eastern name for this dip is Baba Ganoush which is eaten with whole wheat pita bread as an appetiser or a snack. While it may not sound very appetising to have a brinjal dip…, trust me you will not even realize that you are eating brinjal. Brinjals are a rich source of iron which is an im ....
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Recipe# 5300
01 Jan 1999

 
Fada ni Khichdi ( Low Cholesterol Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
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Use fibre rich bulgur wheat, moong dal and vegetables to create a simple, wholesome and zero cholesterol khichdi.
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Recipe# 7464
01 Jan 1999

 
Fatless Maa ki Dal by Tarla Dalal
A healthier version of the traditional North Indian staple. Brimming with potassium, vitamin C and zinc it uses low fat curds for texture and eliminates oil/ghee completely.
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Recipe# 22239
01 Jan 1999

 
Fresh Garden Salad by Tarla Dalal
Let your imagination run wild... Create your own combination of available vegetables and greens. Serve with the creamy celery dressing and load up on protein, vitamin A, folic acid, fibre etc. This will help fight infections and nourish your skin too.
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Recipe# 22267
01 Jan 1999

 
Fresh Garlic Chutney ( Zero Oil Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
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This chutney is usually is made using dry coconut, which is high in saturated (bad) fat. I made this healthier, low fat version by completely avoiding the use of coconut. This chutney tastes equally tasty and zings up the flavour of snacks may it be oil-free vada pav, page 64, garlic works as a he ....
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Recipe# 22181
01 Jan 1999

 
Fruit and Vegetable Raita 
by Tarla Dalal
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Recipe# 3607
01 Jan 1999

 
Fruit Sandesh by Tarla Dalal
Sandesh is a classic Bengali sweet made with fresh paneer or chenna which is often flavoured in a variety of ways. Here I have used a fascinating combination of calcium rich low fat paneer and vitamin C rich fruits - oranges and strawberries to make an attractive festive delicacy.
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Recipe# 5277
09 May 14

 
Fruits in Mango Dressing 
by Tarla Dalal
Dressed to kill, a salad that thrills! walnuts contain beneficial fatty acids (linoleic acid) that nourish and strengthen the arteries of the heart.
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Recipe# 8696
11 Oct 07

 
Fruity Phirni by Tarla Dalal
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A variation of rice phirni. Poha is a rich source of iron. Adding fruits provides nutrients as well fibre to your diet and makes the phirni colourful and interesting.
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