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Low Cal Salads recipes
Low-Cal Salads like the Cherry Tomato and Methi Salad and the Chawli, Rajma and Chick Pea Salad, Fruit Chana Salad are guaranteed to delight you, without using fattening ingredients like oil or cream in their dressing. Chockfull of fibre and nutrients, these salads are perfect to have any time of the day!
What a vibrant sight this lovely salad is! The contrast between the cherry tomato’s red and fenugreek’s deep green gives the salad an exquisite appearance, while their complementary tangy and bitter flavours impart an exotic flavour. A mild dressing of olive oil and lemon juice is just what the Cherry Tomato and Methi Salad needs to sharpen the other flavours and delight the taste buds! Serve this salad as soon as it is tossed, otherwise it will become watery.
26 Nov 12
Spicy Kachumber by Tarla Dalal
A chatpata salad spiked with cumin and chilli powder. Vitamins A and C are the two important nutrients provided by this spicy kachumber. Serve it chilled with Dhan-Saak Dal, and Brown Rice, to complete a full meal on a lazy afternoon.
12 Apr 15
Cabbage, Carrot and Lettuce Salad by Tarla Dalal
A healthier salad, the Cabbage, Carrot and Lettuce Salad is chock-full of the powerful vitamins A and C, which not only ward off the evils of pollution and stress, but also tone down the negative effects of high glucose levels. This healthy salad is also a treat to munch on, orange segments gives th ....
23 Nov 15
Spinach Raita ( Low Calorie Healthy Cooking) by Tarla Dalal
Spinach Raita, or Palak Raita, is sure to strike a chord with most Indians, as they would have relished this delightful cold raita from their childhood. Commonly served with North Indian meals, this vitamin and mineral loaded raita is very easy to make, and tastes really great thanks to the mild fla ....
25 Jun 14
Chatpata Chawli and Fruit Salad by Tarla Dalal
This salad is an all-rounder, with ample nutrients and a balanced blend of flavours and textures too. Chawli and fruits bring in a good dose of fibre, while the wheat germ garnish further adds to the fibre quotient. Fibre is very essential to the body as it helps clean the system, aids weight loss a ....
23 Nov 15
Cucumber, Capsicum and Celery Salad by Tarla Dalal
Cucumber, Capsicum and Celery Salad, is a delightful combination of fresh vegetables, fruits and curds which makes this salad hard to resist. The low-fat curd dressing is delicately flavoured with basil and mustard powder. The fruits, vegetables and low-fat curds have few calories, but contains a lo ....
05 Oct 16
Rajma, Bean Sprouts and Spring Onion Salad by Tarla Dalal
A scrumptious salad that combines the goodness of cooked rajma and bean sprouts with crunchy spring onions and tangy tomatoes.
A dash of lemon juice further perks up this salad, making it a zesty treat for your palate! Enjoy the Rajma, Bean Sprouts and Spring Onion Salad chilled, to experience ....
07 Sep 16
Carrot and Cabbage Salad in Orange Dressing by Tarla Dalal
Crunchy veggies in fruity dressings is the latest fad rocking the salad world! The Carrot and Cabbage Salad in Orange Dressing is one such awesome treat.
Along with cabbage and carrots, this salad uses veggies like capsicum and celery, which have a naturally spicy note. These contrast beautifu ....
26 Nov 12
Barley and Corn Salad by Tarla Dalal
Here's an easy way to have a healthy accompaniment to your main course. Barley has been used to enhance the fibre content and sweet corn gives a crispy texture to the salad. The red and yellow capsicum and spring onions add colour to the dish and make it extremely appealing to the eye.
23 Nov 15
Stuffed Capsicum with Curds, Cucumber and Penne Salad by Tarla Dalal
When you think of stuffed capsicum, the first dish that comes to mind is fat-laden bhajiyas of capsicum filled up with starchy potatoes! You will lose the taste for that after you try this flavourful Stuffed Capsicum with Curds, Cucumber and Penne salad. This unusual but elegant salad is rich in vit ....
23 Sep 13
Sprouted Fruity Bean Salad ( Desi Khana) by Tarla Dalal
Nutritious sprouts pairs well with invigorating orange and tomatoes, balanced carefully with sweet bananas and grapes. Delicate spices weave in and out of the sprouted fruity bean salad, taking the user on a culinary adventure.
20 Aug 11
Fruity Chana Salad ( Delicious Diabetic Cookbook) by Tarla Dalal
I often turn to this delightful salad when i have leftover chick peas and a basket of fruits in the refrigerator. The chick peas have a wealth of nutrients like energy, protein, calcium and iron while the orange segments abound in vitamin c which helps to enhance our resistance to diseases. Feel fre ....
11 Jan 11
Roasted Mushroom and Coloured Capsicum Salad by Tarla Dalal
A unique salad of roasted mushrooms and crunchy, colourful capsicums, flavoured with peppy herbs and tangy lemon juice. Roasting the mushrooms gives them a brilliant flavour and texture, which makes this salad very different and quite irresistible too.
Moreover, mushrooms and capsicum are both ....
27 May 16
Orange Tabbouleh, Healthy Orange Tabbouleh by Tarla Dalal
Bulgur (which is often referred to as broken wheat or dalia) is the healthiest form of wheat available. The most important nutrient retained by this cereal form is fibre, that makes it a low glycemic index food and helps to prevent a quick rise in blood sugar levels. In contrast, wheat products like ....
19 Jun 16
Beetroot, Cucumber and Tomato Raita by Tarla Dalal
The sweetness of beetroot, the juiciness of cucumber and the tanginess of tomato fuse together in this pastel shaded raita. Coconut and crushed peanuts further enhance the flavour and texture of this raita, making the beetroot, cucumber and tomato raita an innovative accompaniment for
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