This category has been viewed 29347 times
A pan is the most important and common utensil used in kitchens across the world. It may be a broad pan, a deep one, or a kadhai. Pans are available in various sizes – small, medium and big, and of various metals and alloys.
From small iron kadhais to large copper-based, tin-coated pans used by caterers, there is no end to the variety of pans that are available in the market. Have a go at recipes like Aloo Methi, Achaari Baingan, Chole, Coconut Toffee, Dal Banjari and French Onion Soup, to realise the sheer variety of dishes that can be cooked in this humble vessel.
23 Aug 12
5 Spice Powder ( Chinese Cooking ) by Tarla Dalal
5 spice powder,legend has it that the chinese were attempting to create a ‘wonder powder’ encompassing the five elements! and a perfect blend of five spices adds an irresistible flavor to this cuisine. This powder is bitter-sweet-pungent-sour and salty all at once. Fennel, cinnamon, star anise, pepp ....
16 May 15
8 Treasure Vegetables by Tarla Dalal
The number 8 is a lucky one for the Chinese and this dish is one made on auspicious occasions using a combination of eight vegetables tossed in a simple sauce.
09 Mar 12
Achaari Paneer Warqi by Tarla Dalal
Achaari paneer warqi, paneer cooked in indian spices and seasonings and served on top of the baked warqi samosa pattis.
17 Jul 12
Achari Baingan by Tarla Dalal
This is one of the most delicious methods of cooking brinjal or Baingan. The achaaris masala is very popular in Punjabi cooking and contrary to popular belief does not use any actual achaar or pickle. It is a flavourful blend of carefully chosen spices and curds. The achaaris masala is truly represe ....
16 May 11
Akhrot Choco Tarts by Tarla Dalal
Delicious tarts made with walnut barfi topped with a creamy chocolate topping.
23 Aug 12
Almond Jelly with Fruit Cocktail ( Chinese Cooking ) by Tarla Dalal
Almond jelly with fruit cocktail, fruits and fruit based desserts are popular in china and almond based puddings and jellies are usually savored with fresh fruit. This recipe is classic vietnamese. Little cups of almond flavored jellies are served topped with fresh fruit-which ever is in season. We’ ....
16 May 14
Aloo Methi Tikki ( Kebabs and Tikkis Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
Aloo and methi are made for each other! Whether as a subzi or a tikki, the twosome is sure to win the hearts of all diners, young and old. In this particular Aloo Methi Tikki, the presence of methi is strongly felt as it is used in both fresh and dried forms. The tikki is further enhanced with commo ....
21 Oct 16
Aloo Methi, Punjabi Aloo Methi Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Aloo Methi is an everyday recipe... easy, tasty and awesome. Yet, every time you taste it, it feels exotic, with the softness of potatoes and the pleasing bitterness of methi. Indeed, this Punjabi favourite deserves the global fame that it has earned! You will find that this recipe is made with ever ....
17 Jul 12
Aloo Mutter Korma in White Gravy by Tarla Dalal
delicacy, which is worthy of its fame across the world, the Aloo Mutter Korma in White Gravy features an ever-popular combination of vegetables in a luxuriant white gravy. The base of the gravy is a rich onion-cashew paste, which is perked up with whole ....
05 Jun 09
Aloo Mutter, Alu Matar Recipe by Tarla Dalal
This is one dish that needs no introduction! an evergreen favourite among Indians of all age groups and ethnicities.
16 May 11
Ambat Dal ( Know Your Green Leafy Vegetables ) by Tarla Dalal
This recipe gets its “ambat” flavour, thanks to the tamarind. You can add jaggery too to get a sweet-tangy flavour. Serve with steamed rice or as an accompaniment to roti.
16 May 10
Amiri Khaman ( Non - Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
This recipe was invented with the intention of making good use of leftover khaman dhoklas! They are crumbled, tempered with garlic and mixed with pomegranate seeds and coconut. Serve garnished with sev and relish its unique flavour. Those who do not like garlic can omit it.
23 Jul 09
Amla Murabba by Tarla Dalal
An invaluable winter preserve. Amlas (Indian gooseberries) are a major ingredient in several herbal tonics as they are reputed to be good for the liver, eyes and stomach. Amlas are the richest known source of vitamin C. Amlas are abundantly available during the winter months. I actually buy a large ....
16 May 11
Angoori Petha by Tarla Dalal
A variation of the famous Agra ka Petha.
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.