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01 Jan 1999
Makai Jalfrazie by Tarla Dalal
Though slightly time-consuming, this subzi is definitely worth the effort. Capsicum is a good source of vitamin C, an antioxidant that fights disease-causing free radicals and boosts our immune system while corn increases the allure of this dish manifold!
13 May 13
Mango and Pineapple Juice by Tarla Dalal
Here’s a nutritious punch for stocking vitamin a and c stores needed for protecting your eyes and skin from harmful substances causing infections.
01 Jan 1999
Masala Masoor Dal ( Zero Oil Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Masoor, a very nutritious lentil, is also very pleasing to the palate. Cooked in well-chosen spices, this dal is not only tasty and zero-oil but also brims with protein, iron and folic acid. It goes well with cooked rice. Soaking masoor dal overnight not only reduces the cooking time but also makes ....
21 Jan 15
Masala Papad ( Zero Oil Dal and Chawal) by Tarla Dalal
This zero-oil version of Masala Papad differs from the usual starter in many ways, and not just in the absence of oil! Usually, when deep-fried papads are used to prepare Masala Papad, the oil helps to hold the chopped vegetables and spice powders in place. Here, we have used a layer of peppy green ....
01 Jan 1999
Masala Paratha by Tarla Dalal
This recipe is sure to tempt you to come back for another serving! Whether served as it is or with a vegetable, this is definitely a delicacy. Mashed potatoes and low fat curds make these Parathas soft and delicious, while soya flour increases its nutritive value by adding protein, iron and zinc.
10 Sep 14
Masoor Biryani ( Zero Oil Dal-chawal Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Masoor spells iron shakti, which is very important to build hemoglobin levels and ward off fatigue and tiredness. Make this basic brown in advance to save on time and efforts. I have added apricots and raisins to the masoor masala to make it more interesting.
01 Jan 1999
Mava Mutter by Tarla Dalal
Mava (khoya) is extremely high in calories and fat, enough to scare the weight-watchers! Here I use low-calorie mava, which I made by adding some lime juice to low fat milk to get the actual grainy texture. Milk enhances the nutritive value of this subzi by providing protein and calcium. Try your ow ....
29 May 14
Mexican Rice ( Zero Oil Dal and Chawal) by Tarla Dalal
The use of vibrant red chilli flakes, mealy kidney beans, peppy capsicum and pungent garlic make the Mexican character of this dish very clear indeed. This rice delicacy is made without oil, and using brown rice instead of white to enhance the fibre content. Moreover, lots of fibre-rich and nutritio ....
21 Aug 14
Minty Bean Salad by Tarla Dalal
For an accompaniment to a main dish, try this novel combination of black-eyed beans (lobhia) with a fresh minty flavour. Tomato, coriander and lemon add more tang and nutritional value i.e. vitamin A, vitamin C, folic acid and iron to this salad. Serve at room temperature immediately after tossing i ....
13 Aug 15
Mixed Fruit Salad in Ginger Dressing by Tarla Dalal
This salad features a unique combination of fruits and vegetables – water-rich watermelon, juicy cucumber, tangy pineapples and sweet carrots – in a peppy lemon and honey dressing. The highlight of the dressing is the addition of ginger, which complements the flavour of watermelon and pineapple wond ....
01 Jul 14
Mixed Veggie Raita by Tarla Dalal
This hearty curd preparation is filled with colour, flavour and nutritional goodness. The low fat curds provide the much needed essential nutrients like calcium and protein. Serve chilled to relish all the flavours.
17 Aug 15
Momos by Tarla Dalal
A snack that has become almost synonymous with oriental cuisine, Momos are made of a plain flour cover filled with sautéed veggies. An apt combination of garlic, ginger, green chillies and Schezuan sauce flavours the vegetable mixture, and the outcome is simply tongue-tickling! Traditionally, Momos ....
05 Sep 14
Mooli ka Salad by Tarla Dalal
Thickly grated radish is perked up by the addition of an unusual combination of ingredients like garlic, mustard seeds and lemon juice. This makes a tongue tickling dish that is low in calories and carbohydrates and so is a perfect accompaniment to a main course like khichdi or parathas.
01 Jan 1999
Mooli Roti ( Zero Oil ) by Tarla Dalal
A popular breakfast option in most north indian houses, theses parathas go well with a lot of subzis too. Here is an innovative version made with jowar flour and mashed potatoes, which help to make them soft.
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