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Veg Steamed Recipes

With people turning health freaks day by day, their lifestyle and food preferences are also changing. It is not possible for everyone to buy healthy cooking ingredients that's when the method of cooking comes in scenario. Steaming and boiling are the healthiest cooking techniques to create quick, lighter dishes.

Steaming removes the need for cooking oil, which results in healthier meals. Also, it preserves the color and flavor of vegetables which in turn retains other nutrients. The best way to steam your food is of course to have a steamer at home. You don't need any other fancy equipment's in your kitchen.
 

Steamed Veg Breakfast Recipes:

Oats Idli:
Idli are fluffy, spongy savory cakes generally made using rice and lentils. They are a popular South Indian breakfast delicacy. Cutting some carbs from diet? Try replacing rice with oats to make healthy idli.

Poha Dhokla:
Try this no soak, no fermentation, and quick Dhokla recipe made using poha. Relish them with green chutney or garlic chutney.

Doodhi Muthia:
Muthia is a traditional Gujarati dish made using vegetable and different flours. The dumplings are steamed and then given a tempering with sesame seeds and mustard.
 

Steamed Veg Dumpling Recipes:

Vegetable Dumpling:
Vegetable dumpling or Dimsum, popularly known as momos are a popular street food in the Northern states of India. They are served with hot garlic or schezwan sauce.

Cottage Cheese Dumplings with Spinach Sauce:
Looking for a light and healthy dinner alternative? These cottage cheese dumpling are a perfect balance of textures – with soft paneer, crunchy cabbage and mushy potatoes. The creamy spinach sauce makes it a perfect platter.

Spinach Dumpling:
Does your kid hate leafy vegetables? Make these colorful spinach dumplings to make them eat some healthy greens.
 

Steamed Veg Main Course Recipes:

Palak Kofta Rice:
Koftas are balls made using different vegetables, dry fruits, cottage cheese, etc. They are generally deep fried in oil but, we have made a healthy version of palak kofta which are steamed and tossed in rice.

Cabbage Soya Koftas in Coriander Tomato Gravy
This gravy is a rich source of folic acid, while the unique koftas made of cabbage, soya granules and paneer is a treasure of fiber, protein and calcium.

Corn Panki:
Looking for a light dinner option? Make this popular Gujarati snack made using corn and semolina. It is steamed between banana leaves.

Lauki Kofta Curry:
Combine the ingredients for dumpling and put them to steam, simultaneously you can cook your gravy. Making cooking easier, this recipe is surely also, an amazing option for health freaks!


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Recipe# 4605
25 Jun 14

 
 by Tarla Dalal
An interesting and colourful salad made from fibre rich ingredients like apple, cauliflower and dates further well complemented with an orange dressing. Cleanse your system with this fibre rich Fruity Vegetable Salad.
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Recipe# 1704
15 Oct 15

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Vermicelli Nut idli is the perfect choice for those days when you feel like having idli, but have no batter, or when you wish to have a slightly spicy idli. Made of vermicelli and semolina, tempered graciously with broken cashews, this can be had as a starter or as a full meal.
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Recipe# 568
23 Nov 14

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Toovar methi na dhokla looks so smart that it literally lures the diners to try it! and, once they try it, they just cannot stop with one because it is so tasty. The liberal use of chillies makes it appealing to spice lovers, while the goodness of toovar dal and methi makes it acceptable to the heal ....
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Recipe# 38999
24 Feb 15

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Greens like spinach, bottle gourd and moong sprouts combined with rice and besan with indian masalas. Rice makes the muthias soft and besan helps in binding.
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Recipe# 3087
14 Dec 15

 
 by Tarla Dalal
The Vegetable Idli is a beautiful potpourri of flavours, colours and textures, which your child is sure to enjoy. The soothing taste of coconut milk together with the fresh flavour of vegetables is enough to make this idli variant a runaway hit with kiddos. A soft and safe food, this is ....
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Recipe# 33319
03 Jun 16

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Doodhi muthia, here is another tea-time snack that is sure to please you. “muthi” means fist in Gujarati, and the dish is named such because the mixture is shaped into cylindrical rolls using the fist, plus it is almost the same size a ....
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Recipe# 33006
23 Nov 15

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Spicy Spinach Dumplings, the bright green colour of this wholesome snack appeals to all our good senses! We have used the technique of steaming instead of frying to make this a low-calorie evening snack that provides only 96 calories per serving. So, you can have 4 dumplings with healthy green chutn ....
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Recipe# 556
23 Nov 14

 
 by Tarla Dalal
As far as moong dal pandoli goes, only practice can make you perfect—but, this is definitely a dish worth learning and practicing! when these soft, steamed green gram (moong) dal dumplings are served with select chutneys and tea, 100 per cent satisfaction and lots of compliments are guaranteed!
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Recipe# 32833
05 Apr 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
South indian cuisine is almost synonymous with idli! idli is not only easy to make but also extremely healthy and easy to digest. In fact, when stranded on a highway with nothing to eat, people wouldn’t hesitate to walk into a roadside hotel and buy a few idlis, as it is steamed, and therefore quite ....
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Recipe# 2934
20 Aug 11

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 by Tarla Dalal
These quick and easy to make dhoklas are best enjoyed as a breakfast dish or even a late afternoon snack. Black-eyed beans, also called cow peas or chawli beans are extremely rich in iron and folic acid. Both these nutrients are required in abundance, especially during the first trimester.
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Recipe# 4668
11 Sep 14

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Palak Methi Muthia represents perfection in flavour, nutrition and visual appeal. The flavours of spinach and fenugreek balance each other very well in these steamed iron and folic acid rich dumplings, which get a further boost in aroma from the tempering of mustard and sesame seeds. Palak Methi Mut ....
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Recipe# 22268
14 Mar 16

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Popular South Indian Snacks like idli and dosa are extremely tasty and nutritious, but often not suitable for those with high blood sugar because they are made predominantly with rice. Here, is a diabet ....
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Recipe# 22262
11 Jan 11

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 by Tarla Dalal
Popular Maharashtrian snack made healthier. It is usually considered to be a fried snack…but I tried making them without using any oil and the vadis turned out to be just as scrumptious. Kothimbir means coriander, which is the main ingredient in this ....
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Recipe# 40350
02 Oct 15

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Readymade idli batter, with a little alterations, acts as a neat quick-fix for dhoklas! With some carrots mixed into it, it gets a little colourful too. Served with green chutney, you get a nice contrast as well! All of this makes the Quick Carrot Dhokla quite attractive to moms and kids as a tiffin ....
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