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Last Updated : Jun 23,2018
11 Jan 11
Hearty Red Lentil Soup, Healthy Masoor Dal Soup by Tarla Dalal
There is an unmistakable Turkish influence in this soup. Made with the humble red lentil, this soup is so wholesome and satiating, it can double up as a one-dish meal
on days when you feel tired and need a bit of pampering and soul-warming!
26 Nov 12
Palak Methi Puris by Tarla Dalal
These low calorie puris are a great way of disguising dark green leafy vegetables. Palak and methi are both very good sources of vitamin A which is necessary for maintaining a healthy vision and glowing complexion. Though baked only with 1 teaspoon of oil and not deep fried, these puris are really ....
11 Jan 11
Paneer and Baby Corn On Skewers by Tarla Dalal
Now, this is what one would call a colourful and flavourful dish! the marinade is what makes this recipe unique. Use any vegetable of your choice, serve to your guests and win abundant praises. As this is cooked without oil, it is both nutritious and low in calories. In case skewers are not availabl ....
11 Jan 12
Anti Cholesterol Shake by Tarla Dalal
A combination of orange, papaya and banana blended together to make a filling drink that beats cholesterol! This unusual combination of fruits is rich in potassium, vitamin C and fibre. Banana is an excellent source of potassium, the deficiency of which is associated with the change in the normal ....
12 Apr 15
Minty Couscous by Tarla Dalal
Although it sounds very exotic, couscous is nothing but broken wheat cooked in water or milk, something that everybody can prepare easily at home. A traditional food of Northern Africa, it is a great source of iron. Minty Couscous is a flavourful variant in which couscous is enhanced with chopped ve ....
23 Mar 14
Methi Mangodi by Tarla Dalal
Substitute dairy products with low fat versions and go easy on the oil for a healthy version of this classic Rajasthani specialty.
23 Aug 11
Gavarfali with Bajra Dhokli by Tarla Dalal
Gavarfali and bajra, the two fibre rich ingredients have been combined to make this mouth-watering delicacy. Served hot with phulkas to make a hearty and healthy meal.
03 Jan 15
Baked Palak Methi Puris by Tarla Dalal
Low fat puris? Absolutely! This non-traditional way of making puris is not only delicious, but it makes them rich in vitamin A and iron.
04 Mar 16
Carrot, Cabbage, Pineapple and Paneer with Low Cal Thousand Island Dressing by Tarla Dalal
Traditionally, the thousand island dressing calls for oil. I have modified and made it low cal by using low fat curds, vegetables, chilli sauce and tomato sauce. I am sure you will not miss the original dressing, as its healthier version tastes the same. To relish it the most, pour the chilled dress ....
07 Mar 16
Fresh Garlic Chutney by Tarla Dalal
This chutney is usually is made using dry coconut, which is high in saturated (bad) fat. I made this healthier, low fat version by completely avoiding the use of coconut.
This chutney tastes equally tasty and zings up the flavour of snacks may it be Oil- Fre ....
13 Jun 11
Masala Paratha, Zero Oil Recipe by Tarla Dalal
This recipe is sure to tempt you to come back for another serving! Whether served as it is or with a vegetable, this is definitely a delicacy.
Mashed potatoes and low fat curds make these Parathas soft and delicious, while soya flour increases its nutritive value by adding protein, iron and zi ....
19 Jun 16
Subzi Kadhi by Tarla Dalal
Popular with many, this kadhi is my favourite too. Medley of vegetables make this kadhi interesting and delicious.
It is a complete meal when served with steaming hot rice
as is full of veggies, curds providing all the necessary nutrients. As being low in calor ....
13 Jun 11
Makai Jalfrazie by Tarla Dalal
Though slightly time-consuming, this subzi is definitely worth the effort. Capsicum is a good source of vitamin C, an antioxidant that fights disease-causing free radicals and boosts our immune system while corn increases the allure of this dish manifold!
13 Jun 11
Gajar Fansi by Tarla Dalal
Carrot, a storehouse of vitamin A, combines beautifully with French beans in this simple subzi. Peanuts are used in minor quantities to not only add crunch but also vitamin B3 to this subzi, making it delectable and nutritious.
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