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24 black sesame seeds recipes



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Recipe# 30810
01 Jan 1999
Almond Til Chikki by Tarla Dalal
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Crunchy munchy chikkis! Who can say no to them, or stop with just one for that matter! These healthy chikkis will not only make your children happy but also meet their calcium requirement.
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Recipe# 4808
01 Jan 1999
Almond Til Chikki ( Calcium Rich Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
Dazzle your kids with these crispy treats as a dessert or for a healthy snack and make up for their calcium requirements.
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Recipe# 4197
01 Jan 1999
Almond Til Chikki ( Iron Rich Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
This is a healthy sweet treat as both black sesame seeds and almonds are rich in iron.
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Recipe# 30844
29 May 14
Cheese Chilli Frisbees by Tarla Dalal
These fibre rich mini Frisbees are easy-to-make and utterly delicious! You can make these in advance and store in an air-tight container for days. These Frisbees can be packed to school, have as it is or topped with sauce and vegetables to make a wholesome and filling snack.
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Recipe# 7592
01 Jan 1999
Crispies with Hummus by Tarla Dalal
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The convenient low calorie can be prepared ahead of Time and go surprisingly well with the chick pea dip called hummus.
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Recipe# 39445
01 Jan 1999
Hariyali Soya Puris by Tarla Dalal
A crisp and fun food that your kids will love to behold when they eagerly open their tiffin boxes. Made with soya flour, methi and dhania leaves, these Hariyali Soya Puris are brimful of nutrients, and offer a perfect energy boost just when your kids need it. Remember to roll the puris very thinly s ....
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Recipe# 6508
07 Aug 14
Herbed Hummus with Sesame Lavash 
by Tarla Dalal
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Boiled chickpeas is pureed with lemon, curd, garlic, parsley and oregano and drizzled with chilli powder and olive oil. Sesame Lavash is fresh bread made with whole wheat flour and sesame seeds. The lavash tastes delicious when dipped into the herbed hummus. Enjoy!
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Recipe# 5695
01 Jan 1900
Jowar Methi Roti by Tarla Dalal
The taste and nutrient value of jowar is seldom remembered, but after you try this recipe, it will stay in your memory forever! A perfect combination of jowar and methi, along with flavourful onions, coriander and green chillies, makes this sumptuous Jowar Methi Roti a tasteful way to boost your hae ....
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Recipe# 22297
13 May 14
Jowar Onion Puris by Tarla Dalal
Onions and sesame seeds add flavour to the otherwise bland Jowar flour used in these baked puris. At just 8 calories per puri, you can enjoy them without guilt! Make the puris in advance and keep them ready for those sudden hunger pangs.
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Recipe# 36101
07 Feb 12
Khichdi Pakodas by Tarla Dalal
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These crispy fritters made from khichdi makes a quick and crunchy tea-time snack when you have unexpected visitors or when the kids come back from school.
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Recipe# 22702
09 Oct 14
Lavash by Tarla Dalal
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We always gain a deep satisfaction from preparing exotic, international foods in our own kitchen, isn’t it? Here is your chance to make Lavash, the all-time Mediterranean favourite. With mild scents of olive oil and the strong aroma of toasted sesame, Lavash is a bread par excellence. Bake them fres ....
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Recipe# 35094
22 Aug 14
Multiseed Mukhwas ( Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Fibre Rich Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
A wonderful post-dinner refresher! The Omega3 fatty acids in the flax seeds help build our cell membranes, signaling pathways and neurological systems. In the form of this mukhwas it is simply an effortless to consume the seeds. You will enjoy the toungue-teasing taste of this mix of seeds. Do try i ....
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Recipe# 38218
24 Apr 13
Naan by Tarla Dalal
Naan is the most well-known indian bread and is fast gaining popularity the world over. The naan is leavened bread prepared in the traditional tandoor. However for those of us who do not have tandoors in our kitchens, here is a great way of preparing the naan using a non-stick tava. Serve them hot w ....
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Recipe# 38887
01 Jan 1999
Naan ( Rotis and Subzis) 
by Tarla Dalal
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Naan is the most well-known indian bread and is fast gaining popularity the world over. The naan is leavened bread prepared in the traditional tandoor. However for those of us who do not have tandoors in our kitchens, here is a great way of preparing the naan using a non-stick tava. Serve them hot w ....
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