8 chopped colocassia leaves recipes
01 Jan 1999
Chawli Paatal Bhaji by Tarla Dalal
The addition of Chawli to this traditional Maharashtrian subzi boosts its vitamin A and iron content, making it a super healthy treat!
14 Feb 11
Colocassia Leaf Raita by Tarla Dalal
Colocassia leaves are a common ingredient in Maharashtrian and Gujarati cuisine. It is used to make wadi, paatra, and other such tasty dishes. Here is another tasty dish using this diabetic-friendly ingredient. You can make delicious Colocassia Leaf Raita by combining this low-carb leaf with curds, ....
10 Oct 14
Colocassia Leaf Usli by Tarla Dalal
Colocasia leaf is frequently used in Maharashtrian and Gujarati cuisine in preparations like paatra and wadi. Now, it is time to think beyond these and find many more flavourful ways to include this iron-rich ingredient in your diet. A variant of the popular South Indian dry subzi made of vegetables ....
27 Jul 08
Makai Paatal Bhaji by Tarla Dalal
A unique sweet and spicy blend of colocasia leaves, chana dal and spices forms the base for this Maharashtrian-style dish made with hearty chunks of corn on the cob.
16 May 13
Makai Patal Bhaji by Tarla Dalal
This dish made of hearty chunks of corn on the cob in a sweet and spicy sauce of colocassia leaves (arvi) and Bengal gram dal.
20 Aug 11
Paatal Bhaji by Tarla Dalal
Your calcium requirement shoots up during the third trimester and so it is necessary to have foods that can meet these requirements. This dish is an excellent source of iron, calcium and fibre.
27 Sep 11
Keerai Masiyal by Janani G Vikram
Keerai masiyal is a traditional vegetable recipe with the amaranth leaves cooked with onions, green gram dhal and spice powders. Season with mustard seeds, curry leaves and red chillies.
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