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कुकिंग बेसिक रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Cooking Basics recipes in Hindi)
કુકિંગ બેસિક રેસિપિસ - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Cooking Basics recipes in Gujarati)

Basic Indian Cooking Recipes, Basic Cooking Recipes

Indian Basic Cooking Recipes, Basic Cooking Recipes. Learn how to cook Indian chutney recipes, how to cook rice, how to make curd, how to make basic Indian gravies. Learn how to make rotis, basic parathas. 

Indian basic rotis, paratha recipes

There are some essential basic Indian rotis and parathas you must know. First is the easy homemade basic roti recipe to follow. Then we move to basic homemade paratha recipe. The other healthier basic Indian breads you must know are bajra roti, jowar roti and basic ragi roti recipe.

Then there is the basic butter naan recipe without tandoor. Kids love the basic puri recipe

Punjabi's love their kulcha and if you want it healthier then try the whole wheat kulcha recipe.

Indian basic Chutney recipes

There are lots of Indian basic Chutney recipes to master. All easy to make. Start with the green chutney recipe which goes with all snacks. South Indians love coconut chutney which goes well with Idlis and dosa.

Khajur Imli ki chutney is a must to go with chaats. An essential accompaniment to most chaats, this chutney can be stored refrigerated for upto a month and deep frozen for more than 6 months.

The dry garlic chutney is a must addition to vada pav. To go with pakodas and bhajias we suggest this super garlic chutney recipe.

Indian basic dal, kadhi recipes

We show you how to make some basic Indian dal recipes. Start with some basic dal recipes like toovar dal recipe, basic urad dal recipe, masoor dal recipe.
 
Indian basic curd recipes
 
Learn Indian basic curd recipes. Make homemade curds using cows milk or low fat curds as a base for raitas or to have with your lunch or dinner. Use the curds to make some basic raitas like palak raita, onion raita, banana raita which are important side dishes to any Indian meals.
 
Indian basic gravies
 
Indian basic gravies are required to make a good array of Indian dishes. Basic makahani gravy which is restaurant style. North Indian basic white gravy can be used to make koftas.
 
Learn how to make fried onions to add to kadhis and salads.  

Enjoy our Indian Basic Cooking Recipes below.


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Golgappu Makes Pizza ( 2-8 Year Old Kids )
Recipe# 36948
01 Jan 1900

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Golgappu loves to discover how some of his favourite foods are made and from what they are made. Come and discover with golgappu the journey of making pizza!
Hara Kebab ( Eat Well Stay Well Recipes )
Recipe# 33469
01 Jan 1900

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Hara kebab, a simple, stamina-boosting kebab of paneer and green peas that can be enjoyed at any time of the day. Those who are health conscious can use low-fat paneer. I have already used less amount of oil to cook them. Apart from paneer, green peas is also a storehouse of nutrients like protein a ....
Masala Masoor Dal with Mixed Vegetables
Recipe# 6198
01 Jan 1900

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 by Tarla Dalal
Masala Masoor Dal with Mixed Vegetables is like a Dal and Subzi combined into one tasty treat! Masoor Dal is combined with a traditional tempering, an assortment of spice powders, a horde of flavour enha ....
Masaledar Parathe
Recipe# 6168
01 Jan 1900

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Try these delicious parathas that score high on nutrition too. An assortment of chopped vegetables and spices are stuffed into the paratha and cooked until done. All you need is a pickle and some curd to go with it.
Mixed Sprouts and Vegetable Pulao
Recipe# 31079
01 Jan 1900

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by Tarla Dalal
Just what you need to pep you up after a hectic day! obviously, it is very easy and quick to make. But if you do have some time on your hands and wish to further enhance its taste, let the mix marinate for at least 30 minutes before pressure cooking. A balanced one-dish meal that provides you all th ....
Moong Osaman ( Eat Well Stay Well Recipes )
Recipe# 33481
01 Jan 1900

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 by Tarla Dalal
Moong osaman, this tangy and light soup works best for detoxification. Moong is easily digestible and this soup contains no spices and little oil. It just has a mild flavouring of curry leaves and lemon juice etc.
Mushroom Snack
Recipe# 149
01 Jan 1900

 
 by Tarla Dalal
In this Mushroom Snack recipe the cream cracker biscuits are topped with mildly spiced, cheesy and creamy mushroom sauce and then baked. This baked Mushroom Snack, besides an impressive and irresistible snack is also enjoyable as an appetizer before ....
Mushroom Vegetable Stir-fry
Recipe# 31067
01 Jan 1900

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
A colourful and crunchy stir-fry, all thanks to the bean sprouts, which also fortifies this recipe with abundant nutrients.
Orange Banana Smoothie ( Eat Well Stay Well Recipes )
Recipe# 33465
01 Jan 1900

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Orange banana smoothie, this yummy smoothie is just apt to pacify your mood swings. Banana imparts the required sweetness and ensure the curd is fresh because sour curds will call for more sugar.
Panchratni Dal ( Eat Well Stay Well Recipes )
Recipe# 33452
01 Jan 1900

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Panchratni dal, the dish is a blend of dals with spices; it is a tasty accompaniment to rice, rich in protein, iron and calcium. Calcium decreases as you age and hence needs constant supply whereas iron is required to maintain hemoglobin levels, especially for women.
Paneer Kalimirch ( Eat Well Stay Well Recipes )
Recipe# 33472
01 Jan 1900

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Paneer kalimirch, a protein rich dish for a healthier and beautiful you! poppy seeds are good source of calcium, protein, and iron. I have used low fat paneer, milk to curb down extra calories and fat. Ensure you soak the poppy seeds and cashewnuts in warm water before grinding them to get a smooth ....
Paratha and Sprouts Stir-fry
Recipe# 31053
01 Jan 1900

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
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Worried about what to do with the leftover Parathas? If you have sprouts on hand, leftover Parathas can be magically transformed into nothing short of a delicacy.
Poha and Sprouted Vatana Samosa
Recipe# 31055
01 Jan 1900

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Everybody loves samose, but the moment somebody hears the word, it is potatoes that come to mind. Surprise your family and friends with this off-beat samosa, made with a stuffing of beaten rice and sprouted green peas, flavoured perkily with green chillies, coriander and other ingredients. A squ ....
Rainbow Salad ( Eat Well Stay Well Recipes )
Recipe# 33455
01 Jan 1900

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Rainbow salad, simple to make and easy to digest! this salad is bountiful of nutrients like vitamin a and c, which act as antioxidants. Ageing takes toll on our skin via wrinkles and blemishes, heres a healthy salad to keep your skin healthy and glowing.
Rajma and Palak Stir-fry (  Cooking with Sprouts)
Recipe# 31066
01 Jan 1900

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Rajmah- a wonder bean is packed with nutrients like protein, zinc, fibre etc. Makes a nutritious, tasty and colourful combination with vitamin a rich palak. Wrap up this stir-fry in a chapatti to whip up healthy food for little fingers.
Rajma and Spinach Wrap ( Eat Well Stay Well Recipes )
Recipe# 33473
01 Jan 1900

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 by Tarla Dalal
Rajma and spinach wraps, this dish is a complete nutritious meal that provides all the necessary nutrients for a beautiful you! rajma and spinach go well together, as rajma is rich in protein, calcium, fibre, whereas spinach provides lots of vitamin a, e, folic acid etc. This dish is a complete nutr ....
Red and Green Salad with Peanut Dressing ( Eat Well Stay Well )
Recipe# 33233
01 Jan 1900

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Red and green salad with peanut dressing, a horde of ingredients make this salad a nutrient rich munch. Rich in vitamin a, c, iron and zinc, all required for healthy skin and hair growth. The peanut dressing is a must try! chose veggies of your choice to suit your palate.
Roasted Vegetables with Brown Rice ( Eat Well Stay Well Recipes )
Recipe# 33454
01 Jan 1900

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Roasted vegetables with brown rice, long grained rice when cooked is aromatic and is best suited for this recipe. Oven-roasted vegetables have a unique flavour that sautéed vegetables cannot match with a predominant garlic taste. A complete meal that is full of veggies and all required nutrients.
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