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Salads are as close to nature as our food can get! Packed with fresh, fibrous and nutritious ingredients like raw fruits, sprouts and veggies, salads are also as tasty as can be, thanks to the exciting blend of textures, flavours and natural aromas.

Salads can be cold like the Sweet Corn and Kidney Bean Salad, or warm; they can be simple like the Fire and Ice Tomato Salad, or with tasty dressings, such as the Bean Sprouts Salad in a Peanut Chilli Dressing! Salads must be included with every meal, and it is quite easy to do this because they can fit into any course, whether as a veggie salad to accompany your starters, a raita or kachumber with the main meal, or a fruit salad for dessert!

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Recipe# 8786
27 Dec 00

 
Sprouted Green Gram Dal Raitha: 
by gparvathi
No reviews
Tips:<>1.a raita with high protein value. <><>2.an ideal accomplishment for parathas and pulav.<><>3.onion can be added raw also, without frying but it will become watery on standing.
if you don't like the raw smell of sprouted green gram dal, it can be steamed
for 5 minutes and used.
Recipe# 8825
12 Feb 13

 
Mixed Greens with Tomato Ginger Dressing by chandni
No reviews
This recipe taste better when served chilled. The recipe for sun dried tomatoes is on the wed site of tarla dalal.
Recipe# 8928
12 Aug 07

 
Couscous Salad by Foodie#379941
No reviews
If you have couscous carried forward to the next day, you may refrigerate it, and the next day if you use the same to make a couscous toastie, tastes really yummy.
Recipe# 9082
13 Oct 11

 
Parapu Usli by Foodie #158488
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Parapu usli recipe - how to make parapu usli at home. To prepare usli, boil a combination of different sprouts like moong sprouts, red chana sprouts, kabuli chana sprouts and toss with roasted peanuts and spices.
Recipe# 9291
16 Oct 05

 
Moong Khosumbri by divyasriram
No reviews
To sprout moong dal, soak overnight in sufficient water. drain and tie in a muslin cloth for 6 hrs. sprinkle water and store in a zip lock cover to use whenever required. this can be stored upto one week.

also you can add a little tadka to this recipe and use as a side dish for rotis. but be ....
Recipe# 9407
30 Mar 03

 
Amrutha Aharam by rekha_5
No reviews
Amrutha aharam is an easy simple salad recipe with grated carrots, chipped cucumbers and moong sprouts all tossed together with salt and lime juice. A perfect salad or side dish which can be even served during breakfast as a healthy low cal recipe
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