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Last Updated : Dec 19,2017
Salads are a combination of ingredients that are quick and easy to make. It’s a way to make up for your daily vegetable requirement too! Use of different types of dressing can make them a healthy and flavoursome addition to meals. Orange Dressing, Sesame Dressing, Lemon dressing are some types of dressing that find place in this section.
Not just veggies, but a variety of fruits, paneer and beans / sprouts can be combined together to make a healthy salad bowl. Cabbage and Moong Dal Salad, Bean and Capsicum Salad and Paneer aur Hare Chane ka Salad are a few nutria-dense salad options for a mum-to-be to make up for her nutrient requirement. These salads can form a part of meal or most of them can be enjoyed as a small snack in between meals too.
Addition of leafy vegetables in the form of salad has also been focused in this section. On days that you are bored of having leafy vegetables in the form of subzi, try recipes like Lettuce and Paneer Salad in Sesame Dressing and Spinach and Mixed Sprouts Raita.
Eating any one salad from those listed in this section is one of the most healthiest habit a mum-to-be can adopt, is what experts say. So go ahead and explore the range of salads especially designed for you to meet your nutritional needs during these special nine months!
Sprouts and Vegetable Salad ( Weight Loss After Pregnancy ) by Tarla Dalal
Sprouts and vegetable salad, keep yourself satiated and full with this salad with a winning combination of sprouts and veggies. Sprouts are rich in iron and vitamin b-complex, making this a great weight loss salad. I’ve kept the preparation simple by adding coriander, lemon juice and pepper.
20 Jun 18
Paneer Aur Hare Chane ka Salad, Healthy Salads Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Salads are an essential part of the meal, they are like a booster dose providing a burst of nutrients.
Here, the Paneer aur Hare Chane ka Salad provides a protein top-up for those who wish to make up lost muscle mass, maybe while recuperating from an illness or injury.
This low-cal salad als ....
Lettuce and Paneer Salad in Sesame Dressing by Tarla Dalal
The seasoning has the power to make or break a creation! Here, see how a calcium-rich sesame seeds add to not just the flavour but also the nutrient content of a salad. The main ingredients in the Lettuce and Paneer Salad in Sesame Dressing are all rich in calcium, so much so that this salad straigh ....
Zucchini, Bell Pepper and Sprouted Moong Salad by Tarla Dalal
This is one of the most fabulous ways to consume sprouted moong. Teamed up with Vitamin C rich colourful capsicums, juicy zucchini and yummy apples, the fibre rich sprouts turn into a terrific treat for your taste buds.
Apple adds a nice fruity note to the Zucchini and Bell Pepper Sprouted Moo ....
Cabbage and Moong Dal Salad by Tarla Dalal
Rich in protein, fibre, folic acid and iron, this simple salad is good for a mid morning or a late afternoon snack too.
Cabbage and Moong Dal Salad is sure to tickle your taste buds and satisfy your hunger pangs without giving you any empty calories. You can have it for lunch as a side dish or ....
Stir-fried Paneer, Broccoli and Baby Corn Salad by Tarla Dalal
Sautéed in just a teaspoon of oil, this elegant salad is an excellent source of calcium thanks to the combination of paneer, broccoli and bean sprouts. The Stir-fried Broccoli, Baby Corn and Bean Sprouts Salad is like a booster dose for your bones! Onion seeds adds an Indian touch to this nutritious ....
Kulith Salad, Protein Rich Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Kulith salad, the nutrient content and digestibility of pulses increase manifold when sprouted. It is not surprising then, that the protein-rich horse gram is used in the sprouted form in this recipe.
Paneer adds to the protein content, while tomatoes, green chillies and coriander give the sal ....
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.
Spinach and Mixed Sprouts Raita by Tarla Dalal
Instead of being made as a gravy or soup, spinach is used along with boiled mixed sprouts to make a vibrantly-coloured and multi-textured raita.
This scrumptious and refreshing Spinach and Mixed Sprouts Raita makes an exciting accompaniment to any meal. It also gives you the power of sprouts, ....
25 Jun 14
Bean and Capsicum Salad ( Healthy Soups and Salads Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Protein rich rajma and chick peas tossed with roasted capsicum and Indian spices to perfection. Generously loaded with protein, fibre and other important nutrients like calcium, iron, zinc and vitamin C, this salad is an all-in-one treat for healthy skin as well as strong bones, hair and teeth.
20 Aug 11
Orange Sesame Tabbouleh by Tarla Dalal
A delightful orange sesame flavoured broken wheat salad. This salad is soothing, especially if you are feeling nauseous and don't feel like eating much. Broken wheat is a good source of carbohydrates which will help you feel better and also nourish you with iron, vitamin C and fibre. This dish com ....
Whole Masoor Salad by Tarla Dalal
Here is another lip-smacking way to enjoy wholesome masoor. In this irresistible Whole Masoor Salad, this nutrient-packed lentil is combined with assorted veggies and a tangy dressing of lemon juice and green chillies.
A dash of olive oil in the dressing rounds off the flavours well, while a sp ....
03 Sep 12
Lettuce and Apple Salad With Lemon Dressing by Tarla Dalal
Iron rich lettuce and celery teamed with crunchy apples to raise your haemoglobin levels. Being laced with a vitamin c rich lemony dressing it helps to enhance the absorption of iron further.
Sprouts, Spring Onion and Tomato Salad by Tarla Dalal
Quick, easy and tasty too – what a combination! The best part is that this Sprouts, Spring Onion and Tomato Salad has as much nutritional appeal too, making it a must-have in the preconception period and first trimester. Tangy and crunchy, it is an excellent source of folic acid, iron and protein. T ....
15 Mar 18
Watermelon and Mint Salad by Tarla Dalal
Watermelon and mint always taste best together, but are you aware that there is more good reason to combine them? Watermelon is an excellent source of iron, while mint has not just iron but vitamin C too. Iron and vitamin C work best as a team as the latter is needed for iron to work best. So, now, ....
18 Oct 10
Pineapple Cucumber and Celery Salad ( Multi Vitamin Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Cucumbers and pineapples are juicy, refreshing and rich with vitamin C, vitamin E, iron, fibre and water. These foods help in cleansing the system, maintaining body temperature, and hydrate the body. Chopping them up for this salad is a great way begin a meal and ensure that you don’t pile on too ma ....
Pear, Apple and Date Salad with Orange Dressing by Tarla Dalal
This salad is a good source of iron, vitamin c, calcium and carbohydrate which is the source of instant energy. It will perk you up almost instantly. It makes a great snack that can be assembled quickly at any time using all your favourite fruits.
Fruit and Lettuce Salad ( Pregnancy Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
This is one of my favourite dishes for a hot summer lunch. Fresh fruits are tossed with salad greens and then dressed in a syrupy sweet and spicy dressing that is inspired by a thai salad. This salad is a visual delight that is rich in iron, fibre, vitamin c and fructose.
14 Jun 14
Lemony Yoghurt Salad by Tarla Dalal
Calcium laden lettuce and celery in a calcium rich curd dressing......... serves as a perfect accompaniment to any main course.
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