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Last Updated : Jun 28,2019
Sprouted Moong Salad by Tarla Dalal
A refreshing salad, which can even be enjoyed as a mid-day snack on a sweltering hot day when you don’t feel like eating anything spicy or oily but want something tangy, tasty and sumptuous. Here, sprouted and cooked moong is mixed with varied fresh ingredients like tomatoes, coriander, cabbage, etc ....
02 Jan 19
Mixed Dal Chillas, Healthy Breakfast, Snack Recipe by Tarla Dalal
These thin, savoury pancakes are so tasty you will love to snack on them any time; at the same time they are so satiating that you can even have them for breakfast.
Made with a batter of mixed dals perked up with ginger, green chillies and other ingredients, the Mixed Dal Chila is both tasty and ....
01 Apr 19
French Beans and Carrot Thoran, Kerala Dry Sabzi by Tarla Dalal
‘Thoran’ is a traditional vegetable preparation that is popular in Kerala. It is a dry subzi that can be prepared with many different veggies.
In this recipe, we have used a colourful combination of French beans and carrot. First, the veggies are sautéed with onions and an aromatic tempering of ....
23 Sep 19
Sprouts Stir- Fry ( Eat Well Stay Well Recipes ) by Tarla Dalal
Sprouts stir-fry, a spicy stir-fry version of the famed chana masala. Sprouts are a good source of protein, calcium and iron. Iron and folic acid builds hemoglobin and blood that is required to provide oxygen whereas protein and calcium are required for the growth, maintenance and wear and tear of m ....
Baingan Bhaja, Bengali Begun Bhaja by Tarla Dalal
Amongst traditional Bengali
recipes, Baingan Bhaja is an evergreen favourite. The original recipe involves shallow-frying the baingan in lots of oil till it is succulent and aromatic. We have tweaked the recipe smartly to get the same awesome results with minimal ....
04 Feb 19
Sukhi Bhindi, Punjabi Dry Bhindi Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Bhindi also called okra or ladies finger has acquired an exotic image in the west, but in fact this is one of the most commonly consumed vegetable in India. The Punjabis love their bhindi and eat it in every form, fried curries and stuffed. Here this delicious vegetable has been deep-fried, making i ....
Dahi Bhindi ki Subji by Tarla Dalal
Here's a great way to enjoy a Rajasthani delicacy that is simply sumptuous and low in calories. Choose young and tender bhindis for this recipe that will cook quickly. Above all, the rich and fascinating aroma is so tempting that you won't feel that you're eating low calorie food.
23 Sep 13
Spinach Raita by Tarla Dalal
Spinach and curds is always a very nutritious combo, making this raita a must-have. Traces of pepper and sugar make the spinach raita tastier, while the green chillies add a bit of fire to an otherwise bland raita. Steaming the spinach not only makes mixing easier, it also becomes a bit easy on the ....
05 Apr 19
Basic Homemade Curd, Dahi Or Yogurt Using Cow's Milk by Tarla Dalal
Making curds is a skill that every Indian
must acquire because we cannot live without curds! Curd is not only tasty but packed with good health too, especially if it is made with pure cow’s milk.
Basic Homemade Curd is easy to make. It can be enjoyed plain, or ....
Pumpkin Dry Vegetable by Tarla Dalal
Pumpkin is a wonder vegetable – but sadly, its health benefits are not known to many. Red pumpkin contains a horde of valuable nutrients like fiber, folic acid and vitamin A
, while also being low in calories.
That makes it doubly desirable! L ....
Burhani Raita, Hyderabadi Masala Curd Raita by Tarla Dalal
Burhani Raita is a nice and masaledar Hyderabadi
raita, which combines the pungency of garlic with the aroma of coriander and the flavour of popular spice powders.
The Burhani Raita is super easy to make – you just need to whisk the curds and mix in the r ....
Bhindi Raita by Tarla Dalal
Many people are afraid of using ladies finger in a raita as they think it will get gooey. But, you will pleasantly surprised to see that it is a best-fit for raitas... you just need to know the right way of including it.
Deep-fried ladies finger, when added to curds and seasoned with spice powde ....
Spicy Yellow Moong Dal by Tarla Dalal
This Spicy Yellow Moong Dal is so tasty you will want to make it every day, and you can – because it is so simple and easy-to-make. Unlike traditional methods of making dal with a ghee-loaded tempering, this dal is made without any oil and yet tastes the same.
Moong Dal is a storehouse of nutr ....
Dahi Bhindi, Low Salt Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Dahi Bhindi is a mouth-watering recipe, which can be part of your daily fare. It takes a while to cook but since bhindi is low in sodium content, it is definitely worth making this for those with high blood pressure.
The combination of vegetables and spices is perfect, to lift the taste of subzi ....
Egg Masala, Egg Masala Dry by Tarla Dalal
A chatpata and masaledar subzi of boiled and halved eggs cooked with onions, tomatoes and peppy spicy powders. The best part is that the mind-blowing flavour of this subzi is achieved using everyday ingredients, which you don’t have to go hunting for!
So, you make this delightful Egg Masala on ....
Coconut Pachadi / Coconut Raita by Tarla Dalal
Well, if you like dips and raitas, check out their South Indian
equivalent – the refreshing raitas! Made by combining thick curds with veggies or other ingredients, the highlight of any pachadi is the traditional tempering, which adds an irresistible aroma t ....
Khumbh Palak by Tarla Dalal
Whip up this nutritious yet delicious dish for your loved ones, and watch them lose themselves in its rich flavour and interesting texture.
This Khumbh Palak is much more flavourful than the average mushroom preparation as it is supplemented by a vibrant spinach paste, a tangy tomato paste, a pu ....
Cabbage Masala ( Healthy Subzi) by Tarla Dalal
An unusual preparation of cabbage and green peas perked up with an aromatic and flavourful paste of cooked onions, ginger and spices. What makes this fibre and vitamin C rich Cabbage Masala interesting is the mild crunch, so make sure you cook the cabbage only for the required time, and not make it ....
French Bean and Chana Dal Stir-fry by Tarla Dalal
A typical South Indian way of preparing French beans, perked up with soaked chana dal and flavoured with a traditional tempering. The chana dal helps provide crunch and volume to the stir-fry, as a low glycemic index alternative to other supplementary ingredients like coconut. While most vegetables ....
23 Nov 15
Nawabi Curry ( Low Calorie Healthy Cooking ) by Tarla Dalal
Nawabi Curry, get set to be transported to the land of the Nawabs with this amazing Nawabi curry. Although this has been converted it into a low-cal version by cooking it in just 2 tsp of oil, which is quite unlike the original, the authentic taste has been retained by using an array of carefully se ....
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 ....
Usal ( Healthy Subzi) by Tarla Dalal
A traditional Maharashtrian preparation made healthier using an assortment of sprouted pulses. Sprouting not only increases the protein content but also makes the dish easier to digest and richer in calcium. While some methods of preparation use kokum, we have used tomatoes for tang so that it can b ....
Moong Dal Sultani by Tarla Dalal
Even commonly consumed dals rock when combined intelligently with the right ingredients! Garlic and tomatoes add tang and taste to this versatile dal, which goes well with rice as well as with phulkas. Folic acid content of moong dal is an added benefit to this dal.
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