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Last Updated : Feb 19,2018



पॅन - हिन्दी में पढ़ें
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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.

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Recipe# 32925
01 Apr 16

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Here's a spicy curry from tamilnadu that tastes best with steamed rice. The chettinad masala for this curry can even be made a week in advance and stored in air-tight bottles.
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Recipe# 3426
23 Jul 09

 
 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 ....
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Recipe# 2824
26 Nov 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Who can resist the masaledar taste and tempting aroma of Chole? A popular chaat famous all across the country, and now all over the globe, Chole features boiled white chickpeas flavoured with a wide range of spice powders, notably a special Chole Masala, along with onions, ginger and garlic. A ....
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Recipe# 1507
23 Sep 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Green peas, potato and paneer cutlet is an elaborate recipe, but not difficult to make. It involves making paneer mixture, potato mixture and a green peas mixture—all of which is to be be mixed well and deep-fried. You need to set aside a bit of time to make it, but it is definitely worth doing so. ....
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Recipe# 44
16 Mar 16

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 by Tarla Dalal
Did you know that this classic soup in its original form dates back to the Roman times?! The classic soup experienced a renaissance of sorts thanks to French cuisine. The trick here is to chop the onions really fine. Cheese thickens the broth while mustard ....
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Recipe# 4102
03 Oct 16

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by Tarla Dalal
Many a shortcut there might be, but sometimes the traditional method of making a mithai yields the richest taste! This authentic recipe of Gajar Halwa proves that! Made with grated carrots, khoya, milk, dry fruits and ghee, this halwa has a divine taste and aroma that take you to another world. ....
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Recipe# 32888
25 Dec 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
God’s favourite offering, and man’s favourite prasad! Yes, the Sweet Pongal has won this contest hands-down. For generations, South Indians have believed the Sweet Pongal or Sakkarai Pongal to be one of the best offerings to God, as it combines rice and dal with jaggery and spices, all being aus ....
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Recipe# 32800
20 Jan 16

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This famous recipe from north India is made with a combination of greens, namely spinach and mustard leaves. Mustard leaves have a unique flavour that is mildly bitter but quite pleasing to the palate. In order to decrease the bitterness, the mustard leaves are first cooked in boiling water with the ....
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Recipe# 22444
11 Nov 08

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Build your iron stores with these spinach, lettuce and sesame seed wraps and ensure your baby's blood cells and hemoglobin are developing the way they should. Simple to make, the wraps combine flavour and taste in one healthy package.
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Recipe# 31035
05 Jun 09

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by Tarla Dalal
This is one dish that needs no introduction! an evergreen favourite among Indians of all age groups and ethnicities.
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Recipe# 4694
11 Sep 14

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A unique twist has been given to the simple garlic chutney by adding tomatoes and spring onions to it. Tomato gives it the much needed tang, while the coriander and spring onion greens add to the crunch and earthy flavour.
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Recipe# 32869
20 Aug 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Pachadis are the south Indian equivalent of raita, and commonly there are two types of this accompaniment. The ones made with colocassia as the base are usually spicy, while the ones made with curds as the base are are normally bland. However, here is a unique ....
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Recipe# 3909
19 Apr 15

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Gaund is an edible gum, extracted from the bark of a tree. Pale, brownish yellow coloured crystals of gaund are easily available in shops. You first need to deep-fry the crystals till they fluff up and then powder them before use in recipes. Gaund is a heat-giving food that is heartily devoured in R ....
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Recipe# 22789
24 Apr 17

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 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 Indian favourite deserves the global fame that it has earned! You will f ....
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