81 grated bottle gourd recipes
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03 Jun 16
Baked Doodhi Kofta Curry by Tarla Dalal
Make a note of the tomato gravy used in this recipe, as it is a versatile base that combines well with a wide range of veggies and koftas. However, serving the gravy with these special doodhi koftas gives it a healthy twist because they are steamed and not deep-fried. The Baked Doodhi Kofta Curry is ....
27 Jan 16
Bottle Gourd, Carrot and Beetroot Halwa, Microwave Recipe by Tarla Dalal
We would all have tried carrot, bottle gourd or beetroot halwas sometime or the other. Let’s make something all the more special now, by combining all these together into one wonderful, colourful treat.
With a nice orange-pink hue, a fantastic grainy texture and a mind-blowing flavour, this Bo ....
18 Mar 16
20 Aug 09
Dal and Vegetable Handwo ( Weight Loss After Pregnancy ) by Tarla Dalal
This high protein variation of the traditional gujarati savory cake uses moong dal and semolina. Rich in folic acid and iron, this is a tasty way to speed up red blood cell development to make up for blood loss after delivery. I’ve cooked this in a non-stick pan to minimize oil usage.
21 Mar 16
Doodhi Halwa, Lauki Halwa Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Doodhi Halwa tops the chart of all-time favourite Indian
mithai. Whether you have it cold, right out of the fridge, or warm it up and have it plain or with a topping of ice-cream, Doodhi Halwa is sure to charm you with its rich texture and enticing flavour.
20 Sep 16
Doodhi ka Halwa by Tarla Dalal
A traditional mithai that everybody has a reason to like—some for the taste, some for the goodness of doodhi and milk, and some for the warm feeling it instils on a rainy day!
I know some busy-bees who would stop over at a sweetmeat stall, have a cup of halwa and a samosa in lieu of a meal, an ....
20 Aug 10
Doodhi ka Halwa ( Microwave Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
A traditional mithai that everybody has a reason to like—some for the taste, some for the goodness of doodhi and milk, and some for the warm feeling it instills on a rainy day!
I know some busy-bees who would stop over at a sweetmeat stall, have a cup of halwa and a
30 Oct 15
Doodhi Kheer by Tarla Dalal
When sautéed in ghee, bottle gourd sheds its raw smell and takes on a rather rich aroma, which fits perfectly into a milky kheer.
The addition of milk powder helps to bring about a luxuriant feel to the milk without requiring to boil it for a long time, while cardamom powder and almond garnish ....
20 Aug 10
Doodhi Kheer ( Microwave Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
A creamy kheer of milk and bottle gourd, which has a very succulent mouth-feel due to the texture of grated bottle gourd. Sautéed bottle gourd has such a wonderful flavour, it is hard to believe that it is actually a vegetable in the kheer. The addition of milk powder to this recipe helps achieve th ....
21 Nov 07
Doodhi Kofta Curry by Tarla Dalal
Grated pumpkin retains its crunchiness in these crisp koftas simmered in tangy tomato gravy.
14 Nov 11
Doodhi Muthia by Tarla Dalal
A perfect blend of flours, with grated bottle gourd and spices, makes the Doodhi Muthias absolutely delightful to bite into, while cooking them in a Microwave
oven makes it a really quick and convenient dish to prepare.
Top the Doodhi Muthias w ....
23 Nov 14
Doodhi Muthia ( Gujarati Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Here is another tea-time snack that is sure to please you. “muthi” means fist in gujarati, and the dish is named such because the mixture is shaped into cylindrical rolls using the fist. One thing to remember while making doodhi muthia is that bottle gourd has high water content. This water itself i ....
03 Jun 16
Doodhi Muthia ( Non - Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
Doodhi muthia, here is another tea-time snack
that is sure to please you. “muthi” means fist in Gujarati, and the dish is named such because the mixture is shaped into cylindrical rolls using the fist, plus it is almost the same size a ....
26 Nov 12
Doodhi Theplas by Tarla Dalal
This is the real thing - a healthy snack that is full of protein, calcium and fibre. You'll be amazed at how easily this traditional Gujarati dish can be made 'healthy' by skipping the oil that is considered so essential to cook them. They also make a great travelling snack, as they stay well for ....
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