Manishalm's Main Course
16 Jul 12
Kottu Dal, Sri Lankan Dal by Tarla Dalal
Kottu Dal is a comforting dal recipe made of masoor dal, tempered traditionally and mixed with coconut milk. The coconut milk is what gives this famous Sri Lankan dal a soothing flavour, while a dash of lemon juice added before serving gives a tangy twist to it.
Soak the dal for half an hour b ....
24 Dec 15
Lachha Paratha, How To Make Lachha Paratha by Tarla Dalal
Laccha Paratha is one of the most popular Parathas
in North India, and the reason in evident as soon as you set sight on it!
This layered paratha is quite appetising to look at, and even more interesting to bite into, because the ....
16 May 12
26 Nov 12
Lapsi Methi Muthias by Tarla Dalal
Another fibre rich snack that abounds in iron and vitamin A. These delectable muthias are sure to keep you 'full' for a long time. These are slightly more crumbly than regular muthias because of the broken wheat, but I guarantee you will love them.
16 May 12
Lebanese Sizzler by Tarla Dalal
Simple and sophisticated are two words that come to mind when one thinks of Lebanese cooking. Lebanon is where Arabian cuisine meets the Mediterranean providing the framework for an exotic cuisine that's loved the world over. This combination comprises of a bed of bean and spinach rice topped with a ....
20 Aug 10
Macaroni Hot Pot ( Microwave Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
‘hot pot’—kids like not just the name, but the dish as well. An age-old recipe that we liked as kids (and continue to like), and our kids are sure to love too. The small size and funny shape of macaroni catches kids’ attention and invites them to take a spoonful. Once they try it, the beans, ketchup ....
09 Jun 16
Mango in Coconut Curry by Tarla Dalal
Mango in Coconut Curry is a sweet, sour and spicy dish that is popular in the Konkan region. Peeled, whole mangoes are cooked with jaggery and perked up with a mildly-spiced coconut paste. The tempering of mustard seeds and red chillies is very important to get the characteristic taste of this dish. ....
07 Jul 16
Masala Cauliflower with Green Peas by Tarla Dalal
Here goes, another example to show that healthy foods can be very tasty too. This fabulous recipe makes use of cauliflower and green peas, along with other complementary veggies like onions and a coconut-based masala. Cooked with little oil, this tempting, aromatic subzi makes for guilt-free eating!
23 Sep 13
Masala Dal by Tarla Dalal
Dal is healthy, plain or spicy. But, this is one excellent dal you just cannot resist! comprising of four key varieties of pulses, cooked with onions and tomatoes, and perked up with a range of carefully chosen spices, masala dal is just the thing to have with hot rice and rotis.
23 Sep 13
Masala Paneer Naan ( Roti and Subzis) by Tarla Dalal
Masala paneer naan: a flavourful stuffed naan with a filling of paneer, green chillies and coriander, masala paneer naan is indeed a dish that will set you apart as a gourmet chef! it cooks really well on a tava without the need for a tandoor.
11 Aug 16
Massaman Curried Rice by Tarla Dalal
‘Massaman Curry’ is a traditional Thai dish that imbibes many aspects of Malay curries. Massaman curried rice is a memorable rice ‘experience’ that involves flavouring steamed rice, marinated cottage cheese and veggies with massaman curry paste and garnishing the preparation with crisp crushed peanu ....
26 Nov 13
Meethi Soonth by Tarla Dalal
A sweet and tangy Marwari chutney made of dried mango slices with a predominant flavour of dried ginger powder (soonth). This is also called Navratna chutney.
19 Apr 15
Methi ki Launji by Tarla Dalal
Roll a spoonful of the Methi ki Launji in your mouth, and you can recognise all the major taste categories in it – bitter, sweet and spicy! You are sure to enjoy the delicate balance of flavours in this traditional preparation of soaked methi seeds, perked up with spices and powders, and balanced wi ....
09 Apr 16
Methi Muthias, Gujarati Methi Muthia by Tarla Dalal
Gujarati Methi Muthias are fist-shaped deep-fried snacks made of mixed flours, flavoured excitingly with methi and other ingredients.
The tongue-tickling flavour and exciting crunch of muthias make them very versatile – they can be enjoyed plain or added to dals, kadhis, gravies and even rice ....
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