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Recipe# 3648
10 Jun 13

Mava Kachori by Tarla Dalal
Jodhpur is famous for its mava kachoris. Rich dry fruit and mava (khoya) stuffed crisp deep fried kachoris are coated in sugar syrup. These kachoris are a welcome treat at any time of the day. These sweet kachoris are often called "gujjias" and are a "must have" for the holi festival. You can store ....
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Recipe# 3870
01 Jan 1999

Methi Mangodi by Tarla Dalal
Mangodis are sun-dried grape sized dumplings made from soaked and ground moong dal or sometimes from urad dal. Due to scarcity of vegetables, the ingenious Rajasthanis use different forms of pulses to whip up healthy and tasty meals. Mangodis or moong dal badis are often used to rustle up several ta ....
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Recipe# 4942
01 Jan 1999

Microwave Makai Jajaria 
by Tarla Dalal
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A rajasthani corn dessert made in a jiffy. This dessert tastes best when made with fresh corn. However, you may even use the frozen corn kernels when fresh corn is not in season.
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Recipe# 3888
31 Jul 14

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Missi Roti by Tarla Dalal
These are a regular part of a Rajasthan meal and sometimes variations are made by adding methi leaves or coriander leaves to flavour the dough. Missi Rotis are eaten throughout the year except in the winters when bajra rotis are preferred. Serve these with a spicy vegetable or a tongue tickling laun ....
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Recipe# 22400
01 Jul 05

Missi Rotis by Tarla Dalal
Although Missi Rotis get their unique flavour from besan, the dough is almost always made with a combination of flours and the addition of soya flour does not harm the original taste in any way. Kasuri methi and the other spices add just the right amount of zing to these Rotis. I have made the Rotis ....
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Recipe# 3906
01 Jan 1999

Mogar aur Chasni Chawal 
by Tarla Dalal
Rajasthani food is chilli hot, and can more than raise the temperature of your body! I presume that is the reason why Rajasthanis are so fond of eating sweets which take the bite off anything that is spicy. Mogar and chasni chawal is one such fine example, where spicy moong dal or mogar is eaten ....
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Recipe# 3875
09 Oct 14

Mooli ki Subzi by Tarla Dalal
Winters herald the coming of veggies in dessert-enveloped Rajasthan, and with it come delicacies such as the Mooli ki Subzi, made of radishes along with their leaves. Remember to chop the radish leaves very finely. In traditional Rajasthani households, this recipe is not complete without the additio ....
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Recipe# 3886
08 Sep 14

Mooli Moong Dal by Tarla Dalal
Mooli or white radish is extensively used in Rajasthani cooking unlike in other parts of India where it's merely considered a salad vegetable. Radish adds sharp and pungent accents in this bland moong dal. And like all traditional Rajasthani recipes, this dal too, is tempered with ghee. Some househo ....
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Recipe# 536
06 Aug 14

Moong Dal and Potato Chila 
by Tarla Dalal
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Chila is a sumptuous pancake made with flours or lentils. There are quick and elaborate versions, light and heavy ones, which can be served for breakfast or even brunch. In this creation, wholesome moong dal chilas are stuffed with a perfectly spiced potato mixture. Although it sounds elaborate, the ....
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Recipe# 3914
01 Jan 1999

Moong Dal Halwa by Tarla Dalal
A classic recipe that is relished throughout Rajasthan. This calorie laden halwa is often prepared during the winter months, as it is supposed to keep the body warm and protect it from the bitter winter cold. It is considered to be auspicious for Holi and Diwali and it even features on wedding menus ....
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Recipe# 3852
01 Jan 1999

Moong Dal Mangodi by Tarla Dalal
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Recipe# 3916
01 Jan 1999

Motichur Laddu by Tarla Dalal
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Laddus are considered a very auspicious mithai as they are Lord Ganesh's favourite. In Rajasthan, the most popular kinds are the malai laddu, boondi laddu and motichur laddu. The difference between motichur and boondi laddus is that the boondis in the boondi laddus are larger and are fried till the ....
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Recipe# 3856
29 Sep 14

Mutter ki Kachori by Tarla Dalal
Delicious to the core, that’s what this Mutter ki Kachori is! You would never have, really, tasted a kachori with such a flavourful filling. Crushed green peas are pepped up with a rather snazzy assortment of spices, of which nigella really stands out, with its prominent flavour. You will also enjoy ....
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Recipe# 3877
01 Jan 1999

Palak Mangodi by Tarla Dalal
Jodhpuris are extremely fond of moong dal mangodis, which they cook in a variety of ways. Their food includes a lot of greens, so that is perhaps how this combination came about. Mangodis tossed in a spicy spinach gravy makes a mouth-watering treat. You can make mangodis very easily at home or you ....
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