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03 Jun 14
Karela Theplas by Tarla Dalal
The first thing we all can think about karelas is their bitterness. But karela is extremely beneficial for diabetics and one can enjoy it more if you acquire the taste for it. This innovative recipe makes use of the peels of the karela which we usually throw away. Wash and chop the peels into small ....
03 Jun 14
Karela Theplas ( Diabetic Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
The first thing we all can think about karelas is their bitterness. Believe it or not, karela is a vegetable that is extremely beneficial for diabetics and you can enjoy it more if you acquire the taste for it. This innovative recipe makes use of the peels of the karela which we usually throw away ....
25 Jan 15
Kashmiri Roti ( Diabetic Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Everyone’s a great cook when it comes to making these simple rotis. Whole-wheat flour rotis with the essence of Indian spices cooked in just ¼ tsp of oil per roti to please the palate of a diabetic who has to abstain from relishing those sumptuous delicacies at his favourite restaurant.
01 Jan 1999
Lazeez Parathas by Tarla Dalal
Chana dal and broken wheat make unusual beginnings for a paratha. This combination of bengal gram dal (pulse) and broken wheat (cereal) forms a complete source of protein and also provides fibre. Apart from being rich in nutrients, these parathas are also rich in taste and flavour. Serve them hot an ....
01 Jan 1900
Masala Aloo Roti by Tarla Dalal
Masala aloo roti, the unique flavour of this roti is crafted by the jeera, green chillies and pepper along with the potatoes, which also adds softness to the roti. The potatoes and maida also aid in binding. Relish this delight with a vegetable of your choice.
06 May 15
Methi Makai ki Roti by Tarla Dalal
This roti is a simple way of disguising methi in your regular meals. Methi is an excellent source of iron and vitamin A and is really low in calories. Fresh green chillies add pungent accents to these rotis.
01 Jan 1999
Mooli Jowar ki Roti by Tarla Dalal
Crisp, grated radish is mixed well with white millet flour, ginger and garlic to make deliciously soft rotis with pungent hints of radish. Different, delicious and healthy, this is best savored with thick, whipped curd.
26 Nov 13
Multigrain Roti ( Breakfast Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
Made with ingredients found in most kitchens, this excellent low calorie breakfast choice is a combination of five nutritious flours that provide iron, protein, fibre and vitamin b3
26 Nov 13
Nachni Roti by Tarla Dalal
A combination of rice flour and whole wheat flour ups the health quotient of these ragi rotis. Embellished with vegetables and flavoured with cumin seeds and curry leaves, they make a wholesome breakfast. For a healthier meal, roll them out very thinly and serve with dal and subzi.
01 Jan 1999
Nutritious Tandoori Rotis by Tarla Dalal
Fenugreek (methi) in any form helps to bind bad cholesterol (LDL) in the body and aids in its elimination. Use a pressure cooker to make these rotis to cut down on the amount of oil consumed.
04 Sep 12
Oats and Spring Onion Parathas by Tarla Dalal
These paratha are made with a combination of oats and wheat flour to initiate you to the taste of fibre filled oats. I have used the spring onion filling as it helps to disguise the raw taste of oats. These ar best served hot.
10 Mar 15
Paneer and Methi Roti by Tarla Dalal
A nutritious and flavourful roti that is just right for a day packed with activity. It gives you all the protein, fibre and energy you need to walk through the day with vigour. The thoughtful combination of flours gives it an inviting aroma and an irresistible flavour and texture. The paneer makes t ....
20 Jun 14
Paneer and Vegetable Parathas ( Baby and Toddler Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Parathas make terrific toddler food since they can usually be enjoyed without parental supervision. Most babies will often hold onto a piece and nibble away while they're busy doing their own thing. They will enjoy this at meal times too with dal and raita.
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