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26 Nov 12
Chick Pea Salad with Mint Dressing by Tarla Dalal
One of the most nutritious beans - chick peas are rich in iron, protein and folic acid. Curds enrich this tangy salad with more protein and calcium while coriander and mint increase its vitamin a content. Chill this salad before you serve it so as to relish its delightful flavours.
17 Nov 10
Fruits in Mango Dressing by Tarla Dalal
Dressed to kill, a salad that thrills! walnuts contain beneficial fatty acids (linoleic acid) that nourish and strengthen the arteries of the heart.
17 Nov 10
Paneer Tomato and Lettuce Salad in Tangy Dressing by Tarla Dalal
An interesting combination of textures blended with a tangy dressing. For a healthier option, replace low fat paneer with tofu (soya paneer), which contains beneficial phytonutrients like 'genistein' and 'isoflavones' that lower blood cholesterol levels and remove fatty deposits from the arteries.
26 Nov 12
Minty Bean Salad by Tarla Dalal
For an accompaniment to a main dish, try this novel combination of black-eyed beans (lobhia) with a fresh minty flavour. Tomato, coriander and lemon add more tang and nutritional value i.e. vitamin A, vitamin C, folic acid and iron to this salad. Serve at room temperature immediately after tossing i ....
11 Jan 11
Fruity Corn Salad, Fruit, Corn and Cucumber in Mint Dressing by Tarla Dalal
Rich in vitamin A, vitamin C and folic acid, this colourful salad is made with a well-chosen combination of fruits and vegetables!
Lemon juice and mint go hand-in-hand to create a tangy tasting dressing. Sweet corn contributes a mild sweetness that combines well with pineapple, lettuce and wat ....
12 Apr 15
Mixed Sprouts Salad by Tarla Dalal
This is an unusual salad, in which mixed sprouts combine with tomatoes, radish, fenugreek leaves and chopped coriander, to provide an appreciable mix of nutrients that help balance your blood sugar levels. The Mixed Sprouts Salad is further enhanced with a tempering, which helps to boost the flavour ....
20 Aug 11
Jamun Raita by Tarla Dalal
Try and have at least a few of these fruits when they are in season for their medicinal value, if not for their unusual flavour. Jamun is a fruit that is most commonly avoided by many, due to its sharp and tangy taste. However, this fruit is said to be a boon for diabetics as the enzyme 'jamboline' ....
20 Jan 13
Fig and Almond Salad by Tarla Dalal
Don’t forget to try this recipe when fresh figs are in season! the figs are tossed in with cubed apples and cucumbers, with blanched almonds thrown in for a nice bite. Lemon juice, fresh pepper and sugar make a heady dressing. Pass it around and enjoy.
25 Jun 14
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 ....
16 Jun 08
23 Aug 11
Lauki Phudina Raita by Tarla Dalal
Raitas are an indispensable part of Indian meals. They combine well with main courses and snacks that are spice heavy, but also taste great just like that! Here is a delicious raita of bottle gourd and tomatoes, perked up with mint leaves and roasted cumin seeds. Here, we have replaced full-fat curd ....
09 Jan 17
Pear Spinach and Bean Sprouts Salad by Tarla Dalal
This unusual salad has pear as its main ingredient as pear, and is also dressed in the pulp of the same fruit. A dash of mustard added to the dressing gives this salad a tongue-tingling flavour and rich aroma.
In addition, this fruit combines a medley of greens, veggies and sprouts, including sp ....
26 Jul 16
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