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One of the most common of cooking utensils, found in almost every home, the kadhai is a thick, round-bottomed pan, which is medium deep. It is used for sautéing and deep-frying, and is indispensable in the preparation of subzis. Kadhai Vegetables and Kadhai Paneer are amongst the most famous subzis at restaurants and they steal your heart with their spicy flavour and rich texture.
Aloo Tuk, a Sindhi specialty made of deep-fried potatoes is yet another kadhai product. In this section, you will find many more such delightful kadhai based recipes like Batata Chips nu Shaak and Bhinda Sambhariya, which are wonderful to have with phulkas, garlic roti, etc.
09 Nov 17
Chinese Bhel, Mumbai Roadside Snack by Tarla Dalal
What happens when peppy Chinese
flavours fuse with the all-time favourite bhel format? Well, you get the best of both worlds, so enjoy!
Chinese Bhel is a very popular roadside snack in Mumbai. It is made of fried noodles, perked up with cr ....
07 Nov 17
Chatpata Rings, Kids Short Break Jar Snack by Tarla Dalal
Are your kids very fond of packaged snacks like masala rings from different brands – and are you perpetually worried about what colours or food additives are used in these?
Not to worry, you can now easily make a similar snack right at home in your own kitchen! Chatpata Rings is a crispy ring-sh ....
16 Oct 17
Gajar ka Halwa, Quick Gajar Halwa Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Gajar ka Halwa has a traditional charm that continues to please every generation of Indians! Here is a quick and tasty version of Gajar ka Halwa made using the pressure cooker.
Cooked in milk, the carrots acquire a rich taste and melt-in-the-mouth texture, which are intensified by the addition o ....
20 Sep 17
Quick Vegetable Korma by Tarla Dalal
A delicious curry that will ‘wow’ your family and friends! A mélange of chopped veggies are cooked with cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, garlic and chillies and milk. Fresh cream, pineapple pieces, paneer and garam masala are then added for a fantastic finish. Enjoy!
You can also try other var ....
14 Sep 17
08 Sep 17
Palak Pakora, Palak Pakoda by Tarla Dalal
This is an interesting pakoda that combines the vibrant colour of spinach and the exciting crunch of onions with a dash of spice powders for flavour.
We have combined the right amounts of besan and rice flour to give the Palak Pakora an awesome crunch. A must-try recipe, the Palak Pakora will ad ....
07 Sep 17
07 Sep 17
Plantain Errisery, Raw Banana Erissery by Tarla Dalal
The plantain (banana) is one of the most commonly grown vegetables along the coastal and richly-irrigated regions of India. This dish, made using the plantain is a part of the festive fare served on Onam
It is very easy to ma ....
07 Sep 17
Yam Errisery, Chena Erissery, Onam Sabzi by Tarla Dalal
Erissery made with yam and plantains is a part of the festive fare served on Onam
, the biggest festival celebrated in Kerala. Alternatively, this recipe can be prepared with pumpkin and red oriental beans too.
You can also try other
07 Sep 17
Chatambade, Masala Vade, Chattambade by Tarla Dalal
The addition of curry leaves, either as a seasoning or a flavouring agent, is a salient feature of South Indian
This South Indian delicacy stands testimony to this, with the distinct flavour and aroma of curry leaves wafting through the air and ....
06 Sep 17
Aloo Ki Puri by Tarla Dalal
Aloo ki Puri is a fabulous puri with so much flavour ingrained in it that you don’t need any accompaniments to complete it!
The dough is reinforced with boiled potatoes and a thoughtful mix of spice powders, which gives it a wonderfully soft texture and energetic flavour.
The Aloo ki Puri is ....
18 Aug 17
Malvani Chana Masala, Maharashtrian Chana Gravy by Tarla Dalal
There are several interesting things about this recipe. First of all, there is the malvani masala, which is so aromatic and flavourful because all the ingredients are toasted before grinding.
Then, there is the hara chana, which is cooked and crushed to a very convenient consistency before being ....
04 Aug 17
Vada Pav, Mumbai Roadside Recipes by Tarla Dalal
Aptly called the poor man’s burger! Deep-fried potato patties served between laddi pav smeared with an assortment of chutneys, this serves as a meal at a meagre price of just Rs. 12.
Serve with fried green chillies if you like stuff a tad spicier, and perk it up further by adding finely chopped ....
02 Aug 17
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