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Last Updated : Feb 18,2020
Top Picks for Dinner
Dinner is one of the most important meals of the day because the whole family eats together and relishes the meal without any hurry. A properly planned dinner with the right dishes and accompaniments is sure to delight them. But, when you have also had a busy day, it gets a little difficult to plan the menu properly. If we gave you a well-planned set of dinner menus, wouldn’t your job become easier – because well-planned is well-begun! So, that’s just what we have done. Here are this week’s top menus. Treat yourself and your family to these awesome dinners and watch the bond get stronger and stronger! You can even swap these menus across the days, depending on what you have in your fridge...
Let’s start the week on a healthy note with this yummy but nutritious dinner of soothing Pumpkin Soup and sumptuous Bajra, Carrot and Onion Uttapa. The Pumpkin Soup is a low-calorie delight with a very elegant, soul-warming flavour. The Bajra Carrot and Onion Uttapa is a unique adaptation of the famous Uttapa, made with soaked and cooked bajra and bajra flour, perked up with veggies and ingredients like green chillies and coriander that perk up its flavour. The batter for this Uttapa does not require fermentation, however you have to remember to soak the bajra ahead and also provide for the pressure-cooking time. This tasty snack can be served with healthy green chutney to make a wholesome dinner.
Tuesday is just the right day to pamper yourself and your family with a flavourful dinner of Garlic Cheese Naan and Paneer Pasanda. The Garlic Cheese Naan is an interesting Indian bread, with a pungent, cheesy taste and authentic texture. However, it is quite easy to make – it does not require yeast and is cooked on a tava, making it simple enough to make on any day. The Paneer Pasanda is an equally rich delight, with a spicy flavour and creamy mouth-feel. They are quite apt to serve together.
Let’s reach out to our roots on Wednesday, with a traditional and homely meal of Bhakri and Doodhi and Chana Dal Subzi. Bhakri is one totally homely Indian bread with a rustic flavour and texture, which will remind you of home and mom’s love wherever in the world you are! Doodhi and Chana Dal Subzi matches perfectly with its light and pleasant flavour and mouth-feel. It is a no-fuss, no-sweat recipe that you can prepare quickly and easily if you have soaked the dal earlier.
Everybody needs a snazzy, totally peppy dinner on Thursday to re-energize their body and mind! So, start with an off-beat, awesomely tasty Moong Sprouts and Potato Salli Chaat. Made with potato salli and crunchy sprouts, laced with curd, chutneys and spice powders, this chaat has a tongue-tickling flavour and exciting mouth-feel that you will enjoy. Go on, to enjoy a Restaurant Style Jeera Rice and delightfully rich Dal Moghlai. Like all things from the Mughal era, this dal too does have a rich taste, but it is surprisingly easy to make and is not too heavy either, allowing you to include it as part of your everyday menus.
One-dish meals are ideal for Friday. After a long and tiring week, you also feel like relaxing a bit before the weekend fun begins! However, you need to pick the one-dish meal in such a way that it is exotic and exciting, just right to ring in the weekend. Here, we have picked an easy and tasty pizza that you can pop into the oven minutes after you return from office. The Tomato and Cheese Pizza has an evergreen appeal, pleasing young and old alike. However, what makes this pizza special is that we have gone for all fresh ingredients, without any artificially flavoured sauces or spreads. This gives the pizza a nice tangy-spicy-herby taste and juicy-cheesy mouth-feel, which you are sure to relish.
14 Nov 19
Bajra, Carrot and Onion Uttapa by Tarla Dalal
With humble origins as a simple, homely breakfast in South India, the uttappa has now become famous all over the world, because it lends itself to so much innovation. Here is yet another variant, made with whole bajra and its flour. Vegetables like carrots and onions lend a nice crunch to this sumpt ....
Bhakri ( Gujarati Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
| Gujarati Style Biscuit Bhakri
| Kathiyawadi Bhakri
| with 16 amazing images
is typically biscuit-like bread flavoured with ghee and cumin seeds. The
18 Jun 19
Garlic Cheese Naan, Tava Naan Without Yeast by Tarla Dalal
Let’s inject a dash of fun into plain naans and make them trendy and tasty enough to have just plain!
To make the Garlic Cheese Naan, a mixture of garlic and cheese is stuffed into naan dough and then rolled and cooked as usual. This gives the naan a rich taste and fabulously cheesy mouth-feel. ....
30 May 20
Moong Sprouts and Potato Salli Chaat by Tarla Dalal
moong sprouts and potato salli chaat
| potato moong sprouts chaat
| dahi moong sprouts chaat
| with amazing 18 images.
In moong sprouts and potato salli chaat
, we have made a layered chaat ....
30 May 20
05 Nov 19
Pumpkin Soup, Low Calorie Soup by Tarla Dalal
| kaddu ka soup
| bhopla soup
| Indian pumpkin soup
| low calorie pumpkin soup
| with 15 amazing images.
This Indian pumpkin soup ....
18 Feb 20
Restaurant Style Jeera Rice by Tarla Dalal
restaurant style jeera rice
| jeera pulao
| authentic jeera rice
| with amazing 18 images.
restaurant style jeera rice
is a flavour-packed rice preparation with the enticing and appetizing ....
01 Jan 1900
Spinach Kofta Kadhi by Tarla Dalal
If you thought kadhi is a very simple, everyday dish, this recipe will make you realise just how versatile the seemingly humble kadhi really is. Depending on the spices and additions, like veggies, pakodis or koftas, kadhi can be absolutely simple or awesomely rich too!
Here, we have added spina ....
03 Sep 15
Tomato and Cheese Pizza by Tarla Dalal
A quick and easy Pizza
that you can put into the Oven
minutes after you get back from office! Made of all-fresh ingredients, without requiring any pre-packaged pizza sauce, this Tomato Cheese Pizza has a ni ....
19 Apr 19
Dal Moghlai by Tarla Dalal
It may have originated from the royal kitchens, but this one’s a delight to make in the kitchen as well as relish. Toovar and chana dals are pressure cooked with lauki, tomatoes and turmeric and mixed well, before a tadka of garlic, ginger and jeera is added to it. Delicious!
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