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पौष्टिक सब्जी़ - हिन्दी में पढ़ें
પૌષ્ટિક શાક - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો
No Indian meal is complete without one or more subzis. Whether lunch or dinner, the subzis play important roles in balancing the meal, not just in taste and texture but on the nutritional front too. Vegetables are nature's gift to us - low in calories but in rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that help fight diseases. Nutritionists suggest that we should eat at least three to five servings of vegetables daily to fulfil our nutrient requirements.

Unfortunately, traditional methods of cooking vegetables often use oodles of oil and unhealthy practices, drowning the goodness of the veggies in rich gravies or too much fat. This section on "Healthy Subzis" is a tool to avoid this! It shows you how to make a range of nutritious, low calorie and appetising subzis, which taste fabulous while still retaining the health benefits. You will find healthy subzis clubbed into interesting sections like Subzis with Gravies like Corn Palak, Subzis with Leafy Vegetables like the Hariyali Mutter, Semi-Dry Subzis, Paneer Based like the Paneer Palak Koftas in Makhani Gravy, Dry Subzis like the maharashtrian Methi Pitla and Subzis using Beans or Sprouts like the Spinach and Moath Beans Curry. They feature a variety of vegetables, from the most commonly used ones like onions, tomatoes, French beans, spinach and green peas to more uncommon ones like chawli bhaji, red pumpkin and ridge gourd.

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Recipe# 33472
01 Jan 1900

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Paneer kalimirch, a protein rich dish for a healthier and beautiful you! poppy seeds are good source of calcium, protein, and iron. I have used low fat paneer, milk to curb down extra calories and fat. Ensure you soak the poppy seeds and cashewnuts in warm water before grinding them to get a smooth ....
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Recipe# 31066
01 Jan 1999

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Rajmah- a wonder bean is packed with nutrients like protein, zinc, fibre etc. Makes a nutritious, tasty and colourful combination with vitamin a rich palak. Wrap up this stir-fry in a chapatti to whip up healthy food for little fingers.
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Recipe# 22412
26 Nov 07

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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A low calorie subzi for health freaks! This subzi is a double dose of health as it is not only low cal but also made using soya oil, soya granules, fenugreek etc. which are high in vitamin A and calcium. Low fat milk (99.7% fat free) is easily available in the market, however you can make skimmed mi ....
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Recipe# 22414
26 Nov 07

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Mixed vegetables in a red tomato-based gravy, this is a delicious low cal subzi with the goodness of lots of veggies and nutrient-filled soya chunks. It is not very apt to use whole soya chunks in Subzis as they look too big, and not all would like to eat big chunks… hence, chop them so that the sub ....
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Recipe# 22209
13 Jun 11

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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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!
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Recipe# 22216
13 Jun 11

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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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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Recipe# 22419
26 Nov 07

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Hariyali… obviously it's the spinach purée that's the key ingredient here! it's the spinach purée that gives the colour and flavour to other ingredients like soya chunks, tofu etc. In this recipe. A rather long list of ingredients goes into this recipe, but it's completely worth the effort! the mus ....
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Recipe# 22420
26 Nov 07

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Gujarati shaak with a fresh green masala! Oh, you don't like green colour? No problem, just skip the coriander and coconut and you're left with a red masala. Do as you choose! Either way, there is not much compromise on the recipe's nutrient value, which is thanks to the healthy combination of veggi ....
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Recipe# 22421
26 Nov 07

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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I bet even the goans would not have tried making their traditional fish curry with soya instead! and it tastes just fabulous. Cooking the onions on an open flame gives it a semi-charred taste which is very unique. Moreover, straining the tomatoes after cooking them imparts a good texture and flavour ....
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Recipe# 22422
26 Nov 07

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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The magic touch of the Mughals transforms tofu into a royal treat! The white paste is the key ingredient of this delicacy as it imparts the required taste and rich texture. Make sure you soak the seeds in warm water as it softens and forms a smooth paste on grinding. You can also make white paste us ....
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Recipe# 22424
26 Nov 07

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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A bhindi curry, which becomes rather exotic-thanks to the interesting grated tofu stuffing. The onions are grated to give a smooth texture to the gravy. If made as a sukhi (dry) subzi by simply cooking in oil without the masala, it makes for a great snack too.
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Recipe# 3571
26 Nov 12

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Chole, a traditional Punjabi dish, is usually made using a lot of fat. But this easy to make recipe is lower in calories and is just as tasty. The oil does not contribute much flavour, it is the spices that create this dish. Instead of bhature (deep fried puris) serve it with Nutritious Garlic Naans ....
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Recipe# 1369
15 Jan 14

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
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This recipe contains an excellent combination of proteins from gram dal. The goodness of iron from spinach and the fibre and vitamins from other vegetables.
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Recipe# 1410
23 Nov 15

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Tomatoes stuffed with protein-rich sprouts and then baked, so as to make it healthy and rich in vitamins and minerals.
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