26 Nov 12
Bajra Kand Rotis by Tarla Dalal
Bajra flour combined with purple yam, curds and garlic paste makes an interesting variation to plain bajra rotis which we often eat. Protein and iron are two important nutrients provided by these rotis. Like all bajra rotis, they tend to get chewy if they are served cold without a brushing of ghee ....
26 Nov 12
Baked Chaklis by Tarla Dalal
This simple and delicious recipe is a real treat for weight watchers. Chaklis, the popular indian snack, is usually deep-fried and contains loads of calories. Here's how to make them with 1 tsp of oil to near perfection by baking them in an oven. Munch them at anytime of the day when hunger strikes. ....
14 Mar 15
Baked Oats Puri by Tarla Dalal
Puris, plain or stuffed, baked or fried, are a snack that Indians cannot live without! Here is a version that you can binge on, without any guilt. Made using fibre-rich oats, the Baked Oats Puri is flavoured with sesame seeds, garlic paste and kasuri methi too. Baking instead of deep-frying the puri ....
16 Jun 08
Banana and Pineapple Smoothie by Tarla Dalal
Staying young means staying fit, supple and flexible! Here is a delicious Banana and Pineapple Smoothie that will help you do just that.
Made of fruits, low-fat milk and curds, this smoothie is a great way to include calcium-rich dairy products in your diet. The vitamin C in pineapple aids the a ....
05 Nov 15
Barley and Moong Dal Khichdi by Tarla Dalal
Life can be tough without comforting khichdi to keep you company! One of the homeliest of meals, khichdi is satiating and soothing to the palate.
Here’s an innovative twist, we have used fibre-rich barley to make this khichdi. A good replacement for rice, barley combines very well with moong d ....
22 Mar 16
Besan Paratha, Zero Oil Besan Paratha by Tarla Dalal
Roasted besan has a rich and appetising aroma, a property that is usually used well in the realm of sweets. However, we have innovatively used roasted besan along with taste givers like ginger-green chilli paste, as the stuffing for whole wheat parathas.
This simple yet tasty Besan Paratha is ....
23 Mar 13
Bohri Khichdi by Tarla Dalal
Stylish, peppy khichdi! Layer the khichdi with a simple onion, curds and red paste gravy to make a tongue-tickling delicacy. Serve hot with low fat curds to enjoy a totally scrumptious meal. Toovar dal, milk and curds, most of the ingredients used in this dish brim with protein and calcium, which ar ....
11 Sep 14
Bread Bhurji by Tarla Dalal
This recipe is an answer to a good, tasty breakfast entrée in a hurry which is enjoyed by people of all ages.
23 Mar 14
Bread Koftas in Pumpkin Curry ( Healthy Subzi) by Tarla Dalal
The best way to impress somebody is to make something healthy, unusual and exotic. Now, if such a dish is also easy to prepare, like these Bread Koftas in Pumpkin Curry, it suits you too! Made with whole wheat bread and low-fat curds, these koftas are made healthier by steaming them instead of deep- ....
26 Nov 12
Buckwheat Dhoklas ( Cooking with 1 Tsp Oil Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
This combination of buckwheat, sanwa millet and curds makes an interesting recipe which is best enjoyed when served piping hot with a spoonful of low calorie green chutney. I've selected buckwheat as it abounds in fibre that will keep you satiated for a longer time and will prevent you from munching ....
23 Aug 11
Bulgur Wheat Salad by Tarla Dalal
This is a simple yet different way of adding a nutritious cereal like bulgur wheat to your meals. Being loaded with high fibre and nutrient dense veggies and dressed with a low fat curd dressing, this salad is, by all means, one of the best-suited salads for people with heart disease or high blood c ....
26 Nov 12
Cabbage Jowar Muthias by Tarla Dalal
Muthias are an all time favourite snack for Gujaratis, but for some people they may be very new. These are steamed dumplings that can be made with 2 or 3 kinds of flour combinations and can be flavoured with different vegetables like methi, mooli (radish), bottle gourd (doodhi / lauki) etc. This ve ....
23 Nov 15
Carrot and Beetroot Raita by Tarla Dalal
Carrot and Beetroot Raita, making it look rather cute! Adding carrot further enhances the vitamin A content of the raita and the careful use of spices gives a distinctive Indian feel to it. This delectable calcium laden raita is made in a jiffy and is nearly fat-free.
09 Mar 16
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