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Last Updated : Nov 17,2018
Pumpkin and Chawli Errissery, Low Salt Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Errissery is one of the most popular vegetable preparations of Kerala. Flavoured with a dry masala of onion, garlic and red chillies, the vegetables become a perfect accompaniment for hot rice and dal.
Here, we have used pumpkin, a low-sodium vegetable, together with nutritious chawli to make an ....
Mixed Vegetable Thoran, Low Salt Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Thoran is an all-time favourite Keralite vegetable preparation. It is a simple but flavour-packed method of tempering veggies with red chillies and garlic, and seasoning it with crushed cumin seeds.
A dash of red chilli powder adds a touch of spice to this peppy dish. Do not miss out on the garli ....
Cabbage Nachni Koftas in Makhani Gravy, Low Salt Recipe by Tarla Dalal
The moment somebody hears the word ‘makhani’, it reminds them of a rich and buttery gravy and they immediately strike it off their diet-friendly list!
However, this innovative recipe shows that you can recreate the same buttery experience using apt ingredients and cooking methods, in a pretty mu ....
Mili Jhuli Subzi ( High Blood Pressure Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Apt use of spices can effectively cover up the inadequacy of salt, ensuring that a dish still tastes fabulous! This Mili Jhuli Subzi is a perfect examples. A tempting collection of colourful and juicy veggies is cooked with tomatoes and a paste of onions, spices and seeds.
This paste also incl ....
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Sprouts Kadhi by Tarla Dalal
Give your regular kadhi a nutrient boost by adding sprouts to it. A traditional tempering gives the Sprouts Kadhi an appetising aroma, while ingredients like green chilli paste and spice powders give it an irresistible flavour.
The sprouts not only contribute immense nutrients and fibre but al ....
Soya Curry with Yogurt by Sandipan
A very tasty soya dish made with curd/yogurt. This dish requires very little amount of spices and goes great with rice or rotis. Requires very little time to cook, so people who are always on the run can count on this dish. Highly nutritious.
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