This category has been viewed 126792 times
Cooking Basics >
23 Nov 15
Moong Dal Dhokla ( Low Calorie Healthy Cooking) by Tarla Dalal
Moong Dal Dhokla, is rich in zinc, folic acid, iron and protein. Adding veggies further increases the fibre, folic acid and iron content substantially. This suavely flavoured, zero-oil, popular Guajarati farsan is great for people who are counting their calories. Devour this any-time snack with heal ....
15 Oct 15
Poha Idli by Tarla Dalal
Super soft idlis made with a combination of broken and beaten rice, the Poha Idli is also relatively convenient to make compared to the traditional idli because idli rawa is used instead of whole idli rice. This helps you make the batter quicker and also ensures a perfect consistency, without having ....
15 Jan 15
Sooji Idli / Suji Idli by Tarla Dalal
Feeling like having idlis for breakfast, but have not prepared and fermented the batter? Not to worry! Try this Sooji Idli, which is sure to please you with its soft and fluffy texture and interesting flavour. The addition of curds gives the idlis a slight sourness akin to traditional fermented batt ....
20 Aug 09
Ami Kozhakatai ( Weight Loss After Pregnancy ) by Tarla Dalal
Delicately seasoned with simple spices, this is one dish that you will relish. I have added only 1 tsp of coconut to bring down the calories, making this a sumptuous, healthy breakfast when compared to the coconut laden south indian original.
23 Nov 15
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 ....
11 Jan 11
Barley Idli by Tarla Dalal
Idli is the first dish that comes to mind when one thinks of South Indian
cuisine. Not without reason – this easy-to-digest and wholesome dish is perfect to have at any time of the day, for breakfast, evening snacks or dinner.
Barley Idli is a modifie ....
17 Nov 10
Buckwheat Dhoklas by Tarla Dalal
Snacks don't always have to be fat traps! plant chemicals found in buckwheat help maintain blood flow and prevent fatty clot formation, while isoflavones in soya curds keep blood cholesterol levels under check.
27 Aug 15
Cabbage Dhokla by Tarla Dalal
Tasty and fluffy dhokla is always known to be a versatile dish, which can be prepared with varied flours and by adding additional ingredients like veggies, corn, etc. This scrumptious Cabbage Dhokla stands out from others in the equal use of grated cabbage and besan in the batter, an interesting mov ....
26 Nov 12
Cabbage Jowar Muthias by Tarla Dalal
Muthias are an all time favourite snack for Gujaratis, but for some people they may be very new. These are steamed dumplings that can be made with 2 or 3 kinds of flour combinations and can be flavoured with different vegetables like methi, mooli (radish), bottle gourd (doodhi / lauki) etc. This ve ....
16 May 08
Cabbage Jowar Muthias ( Know Your Flours ) by Tarla Dalal
Jowar is an ancient grain valued for its wholesomeness and unique health benefits. It also has an interesting, rustic flavour that is sure to go down well with everybody, especially when prepared interestingly. Here, we have prepared the famous Gujarati snack, muthia, using jowar flour along with ot ....
21 Jan 10
Cabbage Muthias by Tarla Dalal
These steamed dumplings can be served either as a farsaan with a meal or as an anytime snack.
23 Mar 14
Cabbage Soya Koftas in Coriander Tomato Gravy by Tarla Dalal
Tangy tomato and peppy coriander are a made-for-each-other combination. A gravy made of this duo is nothing short of a runaway success! This delicious gravy is a treasure-trove of folic acid, while the unique koftas made of cabbage, soya granules and paneer pool in loads of fibre, protein and calciu ....
11 Nov 08
Cauliflower Greens and Besan Muthia by Tarla Dalal
How often we find ourselves picking lush cauliflowers at the market, only to quickly discard the greens and stow the cauliflower head alone into the fridge! Well, this recipe will help you discover the goodness of this often unused part of the cauliflower.
The greens are a great source of iron ....
REGISTER NOW If you are a new user.
Or Sign In here, if you are an existing member.
If your Gmail or Facebook email id is registered with Tarladalal.com, the accounts will be merged. If the respective id is not registered, a new Tarladalal.com account will be created.
Click OK to sign out from tarladalal.
For security reasons (specially on shared computers), proceed to Google and sign out from your Google account.