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Recipe# 2573
10 Feb 17
Chocolate Marshmallow Drink 
by Tarla Dalal
Ideal for kids, choco-mallow combines two things that kids love – hot chocolate and marshmallows! use white marshmallows, as they go well with the cocoa – in colour and flavour. If you don’t have marshmallows, you can instead try sprinkling grated chocolate on top of the drink.

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Recipe# 41472
08 Feb 17
Kulcha, Plain Kulcha, Butter Kulcha by Tarla Dalal
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A delicious Indian bread that is very popular in North India, and in Indian restaurants all over the world, the Kulcha has a unique texture and taste that make it a special treat for the palate. It has a neutral taste, with the appetizing aroma and mild flavour ....
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Recipe# 41477
08 Feb 17
Bhindi Onion Stir-fry , Kerala-style Ularthu by Tarla Dalal
Bhindi coupled with everyday ingredients like onions, green chillies and garlic gives you a tasty and healthy subzi that you can make any day. It is really simple but tastes awesome. Try other healthy subzis like Baingan Methi ki Subzi and
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Recipe# 41464
06 Feb 17
Banana Milkshake by Tarla Dalal
Banana Milkshake is an all-time favourite milkshake, which is a great hit especially with kids! The best part about this milkshake is that it has a creamy and luscious consistency even without using ice-cream, all thanks to bananas. The fruity-milky taste and the creamy mouth-feel make it a deli ....
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Recipe# 41476
08 Feb 17
Qabooli Biryani, Hyderabadi Chana Dal Biryani by Tarla Dalal
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Qabooli Biryani is a unique Hyderabadi dish that is truly tongue-tickling! You can make this vegetarian version on a festival day or include it in a party menu as it is quite grand. Here, rice is layered with spicy chana dal and laced with unique flavouri ....
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Recipe# 41475
08 Feb 17
Lukhmi, Hyderabadi Veg Savoury Samosa by Tarla Dalal
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Lukhmi is a crisp and flaky version of samosa that is part of the local cuisine of Hyderabad. While Hyderabadi style Lukhmi is usually non-vegetarian, here we have made a version with a spicy vegetarian filling comprising potatoes and paneer perked up wit ....
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Recipe# 41474
08 Feb 17
Bengali Payesh, Bengali Rice Kheer 
by Tarla Dalal
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In all regional cuisines of India, Kheer made of milk and rice is very popular. This Bengali Payesh is also a variant of this milk and rice kheer. Here, long-grained rice is cooked in milk and flavoured with classic Indian spices ....
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Recipe# 41473
08 Feb 17
Sweet Banana Dumplings, Banana Gulgule by Tarla Dalal
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These scrumptious dumplings are made by deep-frying a batter of whole wheat flour and mashed bananas, perked up with cardamom powder. A dash of baking soda makes the dumplings puff up beautifully when fried, and also gives them a nice texture that is both crisp and soft. Known as Banana Gulgu ....
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Recipe# 30911
14 Feb 16
Kulchas, Punjabi Whole Wheat Kulcha with Yeast by Tarla Dalal
The combination of khulchas and some potatoes is a common preparation served by food stall holders all over Northern India. They are a particular feature at most restaurants that serve punjabi food. Khulchas are always associated with refined flour (maida), but here's a healthy version made wi ....
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Recipe# 41470
06 Feb 17
Hyderabadi Paneer Potato Kulcha 
by Tarla Dalal
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An extraordinary kulcha with a spicy and satisfying taste, which makes it fit to be served just like that without any elaborate side-dishes. With a rich stuffing of paneer and potatoes, flavoured with myriad ingredients like green chillies, ginger, onions and herbs like coriander and mint, this H ....
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Recipe# 41467
06 Feb 17
Vegetable Kalvan, Maharashtrian Healthy Sabzi by Tarla Dalal
There is something great about kalvan... it seems homely and special at the same time! Indeed, this authentic Maharashtrian delicacy is an all-time favourite. The Vegetable Kalvan features an assortment of veggies cooked with milk and a paste of roasted coconut and spices. Roasting the coconut h ....
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Recipe# 41468
06 Feb 17
Bengali Mixed Vegetable Dry Sabzi, Panch Phodoner Chorchori by Tarla Dalal
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A fascinating name coupled with a fabulous flavour makes this Bengali Mixed Vegetable Dry Subzi a must-try recipe! Chorchori is a famous Bengali vegetable preparation made with loads of oil and ghee. This healthy version limits the amount of oil and fats used, giving you the same awesome flavour ....
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Recipe# 41469
06 Feb 17
Gulgule Recipe, Maharashtrian Pumpkin Jaggery Sweet Dumpling by Tarla Dalal
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A melt-in-the-mouth sweet made by deep-frying a batter of boiled and sweetened pumpkin flavoured with cardamom. Whole wheat flour helps hold the batter together while coconut and poppy seeds intensify the taste and texture of the Gulgule. Mash the boiled pumpkin while it is hot, and also add the ....
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Recipe# 41466
06 Feb 17
Kumror Chhokka , Bengali Potato and Pumpkin Sabzi by Tarla Dalal
Kumror Chhokka is a delectable Bengali subzi made with potatoes and pumpkin, teamed up with snake gourd and kabuli chana. A tempering of panch phoron and other spice powders boost the flavour and aroma of these veggies, giving you a tasty subzi that goes well ....
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