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Last Updated : Jun 15,2018
Palak Paneer by Tarla Dalal
Palak or saag is one of the favourite leafy vegetables in north Indian households. They use the versatile palak in a variety of preparations such as raita, gravy and even kofta!
11 Jun 18
Bharleli Vaangi by Tarla Dalal
Bharleli Vaangi is an all-time favourite Maharashtrian
subzi that tastes great with both rice as well as rotis.
This semi-dry subzi
is quite easy to make but wonderfully tasty. It is made by cooking small br ....
05 Jun 18
Paneer in White Gravy by Tarla Dalal
Deliciously soft paneer in a rich and luscious gravy, which is sure to make your main course very, very special. The gravy features a rich onion-cashew paste, perked up with a special powder and whole spices.
The red chillies and coriander seeds are powdered coarsely using a mortar-pestle, whi ....
29 May 18
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 ....
24 May 18
11 Jun 18
Bharleli Vaangi, Pressure Cooker Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Bharleli Vaangi is a semi-dry subzi that is very popular in Maharashtra.
It is one of those magical recipes that has withstood the test of time, and remains popular across generations thanks to its tongue-tickling taste and ease of preparation.
The brinjal ....
16 May 18
Kathal ki Subzi, Jack Fruit Curry by Tarla Dalal
When jackfruit is in season, you see not only the pulpy fruit but also the small, raw vegetables in the market.
While some people are familiar with the traditional methods of preparing such rare and seasonal veggies, others are curious.
This recipe gives you a quick and easy way to enjoy raw ....
30 Apr 18
Egg Curry Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Looking to prepare just one dish that you can couple with a bowl of rice
or a few rotis
to make a complete and satisfying meal? Well, then go for the Egg Curry.
It is a succulent curry of bo ....
26 Apr 18
Sev Tameta, Rasawala Sev Tameta by Tarla Dalal
Sev Tameta is an easy to make, sweet-tangy Gujarati
subzi made by tempering tomatoes with cumin seeds and curry leaves.
Deep-fried vermicelli made using gram called as sev is added to give a crispy texture to the subzi. Add the sev just before serving to a ....
31 May 18
Chole, Punjabi Chole Masala, Chole Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Who can resist the masaledar taste and tempting aroma of Chole? A popular chaat famous all across the country, and now all over the globe, Chole features boiled white chickpeas flavoured with a wide range of spice powders, notably a special Chole Masala, along with onions, ginger and garlic.
06 Apr 18
Kala Chana Subzi, Maharashtrian Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Here’s a quick and easy everyday subzi with a classic Malvani touch. The rustic mealy texture of cooked kala chana is enhanced beautifully by the spiciness of the Malvani gravy and the tang of tamarind pulp.
Common veggies like tomatoes and onions along with ginger and garlic add taste and volum ....
29 Mar 18
Turai Aur Nariyal, Microwave Subzi by Tarla Dalal
In a rush but want to have something nutritious and tasty? Go for this Turai Aur Nariyal, a quick and easy subzi made in the microwave oven.
In this mouth-watering recipe, the ridge gourd is cooked with a traditional tempering and flavoured with ginger and green chillies.
Enhanced with cocon ....
28 Mar 18
Stir Fried Bhindi with Peanuts by Tarla Dalal
Homely and quick, this is a no-fuss recipe that you can make on any day. It is made with everyday ingredients and the all-time favourite vegetable bhindi. And most importantly, it tastes awesome!
Try serving it to your family and nobody will believe that it was so easy and quick. The Stir-Fried ....
22 Mar 18
Methi Malai Mutter by Tarla Dalal
The slightly sweet, nutty taste of green peas combines famously with the mild bitterness of fenugreek in this traditional North Indian Subzi
which goes fabulously well with
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