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Recipe# 3561
01 Jan 1999

 
Baked Methi Muthias by Tarla Dalal
Traditionally muthias are either steamed or fried, but I have baked them here with just a teaspoon of oil and ended up with splendid results. A tasty way to get a light baked snack on the table in a jiffy. Fenugreek (methi) leaves used enrich this recipe with vitamin A, iron and calcium. These methi ....
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Recipe# 5663
01 Jan 1999

 
Baked Palak Methi Puris 
by Tarla Dalal
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Low fat puris? Absolutely! This non-traditional way of making puris is not only delicious, but it makes them rich in vitamin A and iron.
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Recipe# 5282
29 Oct 13

 
Buckwheat Dhoklas by Tarla Dalal
Snacks don't always have to be fat traps! plant chemicals found in buckwheat help maintain blood flow and prevent fatty clot formation, while isoflavones in soya curds keep blood cholesterol levels under check.
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Recipe# 3554
01 Jan 1999

 
Cabbage Jowar Muthias by Tarla Dalal
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Muthias are an all time favourite snack for Gujaratis, but for some people they may be very new. These are steamed dumplings that can be made with 2 or 3 kinds of flour combinations and can be flavoured with different vegetables like methi, mooli (radish), bottle gourd (doodhi / lauki) etc. This ve ....
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Recipe# 32675
24 Jun 14

 
Chick Pea and Soya Tikki Roll ( Wraps and Rolls) by Tarla Dalal
The piece de resistance of this recipe is the chick pea soya tikkis. And you will be surprised to know that this delicious wrap is great for weight-watchers and heart patients. Soya helps lower cholesterol and the low-cal mayonnaise adds to the taste without scaring the calorie-counter!
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Recipe# 22264
01 Jan 1999

 
Dal Pandoli by Tarla Dalal
Pandoli is a Gujarati snack cooked in a unique style using a double boiler. Chola dal reinforces this recipe with nutrients like proteins, calcium, iron, and folic acid. However, it is very important to soak the dal for a few hours to increase its digestibility. You can also make pandolis in moulds. ....
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Recipe# 3557
01 Jan 1999

 
Lapsi Methi Muthias by Tarla Dalal
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Another fibre rich snack that abounds in iron and vitamin A. These delectable muthias are sure to keep you 'full' for a long time. These are slightly more crumbly than regular muthias because of the broken wheat, but I guarantee you will love them.
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Recipe# 3562
01 Jan 1999

 
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# 38991
10 Mar 14

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Moong Dal and Spinach Idli 
by Tarla Dalal
Eliminating rice reduces the calorie count of these spinach idlis, making them suitable for diabetics as well. The same moong dal batter can also be used to make healthy pankis and pancakes.
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Recipe# 22268
01 Jan 1999

 
Moong Dal Idlis by Tarla Dalal
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South Indian snacks, while mostly nutritious, are not always suitable for those with high blood sugar. This diabetes-friendly version of Idli replaces rice with wholesome moong dal and vegetables. Relish this popular snack with sizzling hot sambhar or Healthy Coconut Chutney.
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Recipe# 3552
01 Jan 1999

 
Moong Dal Seekh Kebabs by Tarla Dalal
This is a vegetarian version of the non-vegetarian seekh kebabs. Moong dal when combined with potatoes and onions tastes simply superb besides providing protein which is required for the healthy maintenance of your body cells. Dip these kebabs in your favourite sauce or chutney. Alternatively, ser ....
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Recipe# 3541
01 Jan 1999

 
Nutritious Stuffed Idlis 
by Tarla Dalal
Even though idlis are nourishing breakfast foods, the accompanying coconut chutney adds on extra calories and fat. So here's a colourful idli recipe that's packed with the goodness of vegetables and served with delicious low calorie chutney made without using coconut. Here's to healthy and delicious ....
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Recipe# 22252
01 Jan 1999

 
Oil-Free Vada Pav by Tarla Dalal
Oh! Have you been missing out on vada pav because of its fat content? This low calorie version must be a dream come true, then! Simple... Instead of frying the vadas I roasted them on a non-stick pan, and it turned out to be just as great as the fried ones, believe me! Use whole wheat pav/bread if a ....
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Recipe# 3563
01 Jan 1999

 
Palak Methi Puris by Tarla Dalal
These low calorie puris are a great way of disguising dark green leafy vegetables. Palak and methi are both very good sources of vitamin A which is necessary for maintaining a healthy vision and glowing complexion. Though baked only with 1 teaspoon of oil and not deep fried, these puris are really ....
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