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14 Jun 14
Lavingya Paatra by Tarla Dalal
A traditional dish that is tasty and healthy too, Lavingya Paatra involves cooking thin layers of a besan-based paste rolled up in baby colocassia leaves. Generally, our ancient cooking techniques have some significance. Here, for instance, the colocassia leaves impart calcium to build strong bones. ....
17 Nov 10
Healthy Kofta Kadhi by Tarla Dalal
Mouth-watering steamed koftas with sprouts and greens can turn the simple Gujarati kadhi into a low cholesterol, heart-friendly treat. A tempering of cumin, mustard and fenugreek seeds lends an irresistible aroma to this Healthy Kofta Kadhi while the use of low-fat curds gives it a perfectly authent ....
17 Nov 10
11 Sep 14
Spicy Moong Dal Dhokla by Tarla Dalal
A quick and appetizing breakfast. All you need to do to make this dish in a jiffy is to soak moong dal in advance.
11 Aug 16
Babycorn and Mushroom Curry Rice by Tarla Dalal
Long grains of rice interspersed with colourful and chunky veggies, and lusciously flavoured with coconut milk and red curry paste. The ultimate touch to the Baby Corn and Mushroom Curry Rice is the addition of lemon rind and basil leaves, whose aroma is indelibly locked in by cooking the rice wrapp ....
16 May 10
Corn Panki ( Non- Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
Corn panki is a popular gujarati snack made of a corn and rawa mixture that is cooked between two banana leaves – pankis lure the diner with the innate aroma of fresh leaves which get incorporated into the pankis when they are cooked. In fact, pankis get their name because they are made in a paan (l ....
16 May 11
16 May 11
04 Jun 16
Lapsi Methi Muthia ( Non- Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
Lapsi Methi Muthias, these healthy muthias are sure to keep you 'full' for a long time. These are slightly more crumbly than the regular muthias because of the broken wheat, but I guarantee that you will love them.
They are very different and also healthy atop that, as I have used broken whea ....
20 Aug 10
Makai Na Dhokla ( Microwave Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
This version of corn and maize flour dhokla turns out well in the microwave provided you mix the batter well and add the fruit salt right in the end. Enjoy these hot, with chutneys of your choice. And do not forget the coriander and coconut garnish as any dhokla would be incomplete without it!
20 Aug 13
Idli ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
An ideal breakfast option for the busy-bee! served piping hot, usually in portions of three idlis per plate, who can say no to these healthy, steamed idlis that are accompanied by delectable sambhar and two chutneys too?
02 Oct 15
Corn Dhokla ( Tiffin Treats) by Tarla Dalal
Succulent, fresh dhoklas prepared with a batter of semolina and curds, dotted with juicy kernels of sweet corn, this is likely to become a top favourite with your kids. Adding fruit salt to the batter helps get a nice, fluffy dhokla, while coriander gives a peppy flavour to it. Send the Corn Dhokla ....
10 Jun 16
Pesto Dhokla, Basil and Walnut Rava Dhokla by Tarla Dalal
Dhokla, the ever-popular Gujarati
snack, gets an Italian
makeover in this recipe. A quick-fix dhokla batter made with semolina, is perked up traditional Italian pesto paste, which is a blend of basil, walnuts and garlic perk ....
26 Apr 14
Spinach and Cottage Cheese Dumplings in Tomato Sauce by Tarla Dalal
Healthful spinach bound in soft cottage cheese flavoured with a novel combination of green chillies and nutmeg powder, is shaped into balls and steamed to make fluffy dumplings. Served with a topping of freshly made herbed tomato sauce, this sumptuous Oriental treat will make a great starter for you ....
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