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16 May 08
Phulka ( Know Your Flours ) by Tarla Dalal
Phulka, no meal is complete without rotis and yet many find them difficult to make! phulkas are called so because they are first cooked on a dry hot tava, and then held directly over a flame where they "puff" with steam to the point of bursting.
26 Nov 07
Phulkas by Tarla Dalal
Phulkas are an indispensable part of meals in most Indian households. I've tweaked the traditional recipe by adding soya flour to wheat flour with which it is usually made. Do not mix whole soybeans along with whole wheat while grinding it into flour as whole soybeans contain certain anti-nutritiona ....
05 Jun 09
Potato Paneer Rotis by Tarla Dalal
Who said rotis are boring? try this exciting combination of paneer, potatoes, coriander and green chillies and be prepared to be amazed!
24 Jan 16
Pudina Naan, Phudina Naan, Mint Naan Recipe by Tarla Dalal
The all-time tandoori favourite, now ready to make in your own kitchen, and that too using readily available ingredients!
Perked up with a delectable phudina paste made of mint, cumin and other ingredients, naan turns into an appetizingly coloured dish with an attractive flavour. Use butter ra ....
23 Aug 11
Pyaz ki Roti by Tarla Dalal
A simple preparation with the addition of wheat bran to wheat flour, to enhance your fibre intake. Initially start with 2 tablespoons of bran and once you have adapted to it, feel free to double the quantity of wheat bran.
12 Apr 15
Radish Nachni Roti by Tarla Dalal
An unusual but extremely nutritious roti made with a combination of ragi and wheat flours reinforced with low carbohydrate radish and its greens. The sharp and slightly bitter taste of the radish greens adds great value to the Radish Nachni Roti, further enhanced with sesame and roasted cumin seeds, ....
18 Oct 10
Rice And Soya Paratha ( Protein Rich Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
The wheat and soya chunks ensure that you get the necessary protein and amino acid intake for the day. These parathas are delicious can be made in a jiffy, an ideal way to use up leftover rice too.
23 Nov 14
Rotlis ( Gujarati Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Paper-thin phulkas served hot off the tava, smeared with ghee, these rotlis feel special, even if you have them everyday! rotlis are generally made just before the meal is to be served, but if you make them in advance, then wrap them in a cloth so that they remain hot and soft.
10 Oct 14
Saatdhan Paratha by Tarla Dalal
Remember the old folk lore – “Seven in One Go”? Well, with the combination of seven flours used in this paratha, you can be the soldier who really slayed seven giants! Seven wholesome flours come together with grated veggies to create a meal that your body will be thankful to have! Rich in iron, the ....
26 Nov 12
Saatdhan Parathas by Tarla Dalal
As the name suggests, this paratha uses a combination of 7 different flours to nourish your body with nutrients like proteins, vitamin A, iron, calcium and fibre. I usually make these parathas on Sundays for brunch as these are very tasty and I only need to make kadhi or raita to complement them. ....
20 Aug 09
Soya Toovar Dal Roti ( Weight Loss After Pregnancy ) by Tarla Dalal
Soya toovar dal roti, these unique rotis flavoured with garlic are a healthy combination of four flours – soya, jowar, wheat and toovar dal. Rich in proteins, calcium and iron, this one is a real star recipe!
16 May 08
Stuffed Makai Palak Parathas ( Know Your Flours ) by Tarla Dalal
Stuffed makai palak parathas, used in combination with makai ka atta makes a delectable variation of the traditional makai ki roti. It is traditionally served with butter but can be served with pickle and curds too.
30 Mar 13
Stuffed Makai Paratha ( Gluten Free) by Tarla Dalal
Maize flour parathas filled with a combination of paneer and green peas are a wonderful alternative to stuffed whole wheat parathas. Eat the parathas as is or with an accompaniment of your choice.
20 Aug 09
Suva Chawal Roti ( Weight Loss After Pregnancy ) by Tarla Dalal
Suva chawal roti is a great source of vitamin a - combining with rice flour results into a mildly spiced, simple, oil-free variation of appas (rice bread). You needn’t worry about calories with this fat-free roti, best served with spicy vegetables. Remember to knead the dough when it is hot to avoid ....
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