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16 Feb 13
Tricolour Uttapam by Tarla Dalal
The tricolour uttapam is very appealing in all aspects – aroma, looks and flavour. The combination of tomatoes, corn, carrots, capsicum and onions makes it colourful, tasty and healthy. Arrange the vegetables neatly to differentiate the three colours well.
13 Feb 14
Triple Schezuan Rice by Tarla Dalal
If you cannot decide on rice or noodles, just have this! triple schezuan rice is a well-balanced combo of rice and noodles with typical chinese vegetables like carrot, cabbage and capsicum and flavour enhancers like ginger and garlic. While it might take a little while to prepare the vegetables, the ....
01 Jan 1900
Tropical Ambrosia by Tarla Dalal
Sautéing desiccated coconut with sugar results in a crunchy topping that complements the pleasantly sour taste of thick curds. In this luscious dessert, an assortment of tropical fruits is topped with a creamy curd mixture and garnished with the caramelised coconut mixture. A small dose of powdered ....
01 Jan 1999
Tum Yum Soup by Tarla Dalal
A flavourful soup that is truly refreshing as the chillies, lemon grass and other ingredients unite to create a harmonious bouquet of flavours. Enjoy the freshness of succulent mushrooms and cauliflower that are simmered in this delightful stock which is irresistible.
29 Sep 14
Tum Yum Soup ( Zero Oil Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
This good, old-fashioned, soul-warming, filling soup is usually made with quite some oil. Here's a version that gives you the same taste without using oil.
01 Jan 1999
Tum Yum Soup ( Chinese Cooking ) by Tarla Dalal
Tum yum soup is a chinese soup with a nice thai twist to it. Lemon grass and lemon are added in good measure to give this soup a nice, summery flavor. It is a clear soup and makes an ideal appetizer if you have a heavy main course that follows. Lemon grass and vinegar add in more tartness and vegeta ....
01 Jan 1999
Turai Chutney by Tarla Dalal
This chutney is absolutely delicious. Though classified under chutneys, this vegetable chutney is eaten with plain hot rice drizzled with a few drops of melted ghee and makes a meal by itself. Turai or ridge gourd is cooked with tomatoes, tempered with mustard, green chillies, garlic and curry leav ....
01 Jan 1999
Upma ( Microwave Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
You no longer need to sweat over roasting rawa to make upma. Serve it with a dash of lemon to add zing to your breakfast.
05 Jul 14
Urad Dal Roti by Tarla Dalal
Urad dal is generally associated with south indian breakfast items like idli, dosa and vada. Or, you might have used it to make dals. Here is how you can include this protein-rich ingredient in your rotis too. Urad dal roti has a pleasant texture and an aesthetic flavour brought about by traditional ....
05 Jul 14
Usli ( Kadhai and Tava Cooking Delights) by Tarla Dalal
Much-loved by the maharashtrians, the usli is a nutritious and tasty everyday preparation that is enjoyed by the kids as much as the adults, which is a great plus-point for any dish! made with mixed sprouts spiced and tempered traditionally, the usli is so simple, anybody can make it.
29 Dec 14
Vagharela Bhaat ( Gujarati Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
No waste, no haste! here is an easy and tasty dish that can be made in a jiffy with leftover rice. As a variation of this vagherala bhaat recipe, you can also add and sauté some onions after the tempering. Serve with fresh curds, to complement the spicy nature of this delicacy.
22 Feb 11
Valval ( Microwave Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Mangalore’s cuisine warms and pampers you! a rare combination of vegetables cooked along with coconut milk imparts a wonderful aroma to this preparation, which is retained equally well by microwave cooking.
09 Dec 13
Varagu Upma by Tarla Dalal
A fibre is rich version of upma that is good for a diabetic breakfast. This recipe cooks varagu in yoghurt gravy that is tempered with urad dal and green chillies and other subtle spices. Varagu is not a very commonly used cereal. It resembles larger grains of rava (semolina), but is healthier than ....
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