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Maha Shivratri recipes
01 Jan 1900
Doodh Paak ( Gujarati Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Doodh paak is a semi-thick mithai, brimful with the goodness of milk. The milk is simmered for a while; then the rice is added and simmered till cooked. As the rice is cooked completely in the milk, it imbibes a luxurious flavour and aroma. The cardamom and saffron added towards the end complete the ....
01 Jan 1999
Faraali Dosa ( Faraal Foods) by Tarla Dalal
Here is another famous south indian delicacy to please your palate on a fasting day. Best enjoyed with green chutney or peanut and curd chutney.
27 Feb 14
Faraali Pahadi Tikka ( Faraali Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
An exotic recipe made using the traditional upvaas (fasting) ingredients – potatoes, kand, shakarkand and paneer. The minty marinade gives it an elegant touch that will remain fresh in your memory for long.
27 Aug 12
Flowers For The Lord ( Flower Arrangements) by Tarla Dalal
Welcome your favourite god into your home this ganesh utsav with a beautiful floral arrangement. Anuradha pittie helps us create a simple but stunning arrangement from traditional flowers like marigold and jasmine, silverware and betel leaves.
22 Apr 14
Grated Purple Yam with Roasted Peanuts by Tarla Dalal
Ah, perhaps it is the tempering in ghee that makes grated purple yam with roasted peanuts so irresistible, or the crunchily crushed roasted peanuts. Whatever the reason, the fact is that this is a real masterpiece that will delight the desi palate. Make sure you cook it till it is brown on both side ....
25 Nov 15
Kand Wafers by Tarla Dalal
Purple yam has a nice flavour, which makes these Kand Wafers very appealing to the palate.
Tossing these wafers with pepper and black salt makes them tastier than regular run-of-the-mill chips, and also makes them suitable to have on fasting days!
Store this crunchy snack in a jar and en ....
01 Jan 1900
Malai Barfi by Tarla Dalal
A little smartness is all it takes to make traditional favourites easily at home. Malai Barfi, for instance, can be made quite speedily and easily at home by using readymade mava. While the mithai does require a day to cool, you can eliminate the many back breaking hours of work in the kitchen by us ....
01 Jan 1900
Masaledar Kand by Tarla Dalal
There is nothing like Masaledar Kand for an energizing snack! It is amazing how a sprinkling of common masalas can transform fried kand slices into a snack that tickles the taste buds. Surely it must be the lemon juice that does the trick!
01 Mar 14
Paneer Kheer ( Faraal Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
A wholesome kheer recipe, elegantly laced with the sweet flavour of cardamoms and topped with mixed nuts.
23 Sep 14
Piyush ( Faraal Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Piyush tastes like nectar, and nothing short of it, especially on a hot summer’s day when you are on a fast. This faraal recipe keeps you full for quite some time, as it is made with sumptuous ingredients like shrikhand and fresh buttermilk. The assortment of spices used, especially kesar, give the ....
28 Jan 14
Potato and Sago Balls by Tarla Dalal
Sago and cooked potatoes is a popular combination in maharashtra and manifests in many forms ranging from upma to vada. Here we present an innovative new preparation using this made-for-each-other combo. A roll of plain flour and sago lovingly holds a soft stuffing of cooked and spiced potatoes to m ....
30 Oct 15
Quick Kalakand by Tarla Dalal
Kalakand is an all-time favourite that has stood the test of time and tide! From its origins in northern India, its popularity has become pan Indian – why global too, as it is not uncommon to find this luscious, milky mithai in Indian stores across the world.
Here is a Quick Kalakand, which wi ....
25 Nov 15
Quick Orange Sandesh by Tarla Dalal
A yummy, melt-in-the-mouth treat with the contrasting flavours of milk and orange!
The traditional Bengali
mithai, Sandesh, is made more exciting by the addition of orange squash, which gives a lively dimension to it.
We have made this Quick Orange Sa ....
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