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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# 36104
22 Apr 14

 
Grated Purple Yam with Roasted Peanuts by Tarla Dalal
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Ah, perhaps it is the tempering in ghee that makes grated purple yam with roasted peanuts so irresistible, or the crunchily crushed roasted peanuts. Whatever the reason, the fact is that this is a real masterpiece that will delight the desi palate. Make sure you cook it till it is brown on both side ....
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Recipe# 36293
09 Mar 12

 
Achaari Paneer Warqi by Tarla Dalal
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Achaari paneer warqi, paneer cooked in indian spices and seasonings and served on top of the baked warqi samosa pattis.
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Recipe# 36357
17 Jul 12

 
Sukhi Sevaiyan ( Punjabi Khana) 
by Tarla Dalal
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In india there are numerous desserts that call for the use of vermicelli, but this simple dessert is a popular one in punjab. Traditionally, vermicelli was made at home, but now a variety of vermicelli are readily available at most stores. The kind that is absolutely right to use for this recipe is ....
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Recipe# 33308
16 May 10

 
Moong Dal Pandoli ( Non- Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
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Moong dal pandoli, similar to idlis, but made in a unique style, the pandolis taste best when served steaming hot with chutney and tea. The batter is spooned on a muslin cloth that is tied over boiling hot water, making it a really different preparation style. You will need a bit of practice to cook ....
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Recipe# 32954
11 Jan 09

 
Stir-fried Paneer, Mushroom and Capsicum by Tarla Dalal
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Vitamin c, proteins and fibre abound in this fragrant rendition of the popular chinese favourite! this scrumptious appetiser can also be modified into a main course, served along with rice or noodles.
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Recipe# 32792
16 May 11

 
Laal Math Ka Saag ( Know Your Green Leafy Vegetables) by Tarla Dalal
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A nutrient-rich, quick and versatile subzi that can be had with chapattis as well as rice. You can add garlic to the tempering for added flavour.
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Recipe# 32795
16 May 11

 
Mooli Muthia ( Know Your Green Leafy Vegetables ) by Tarla Dalal
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These steamed radish dumplings are an excellent source of calcium, vitamin a and c and fibre! this recipe is a delicious way to include this much-ignored vegetable in your diet.
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Recipe# 32510
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Lemon Grass Spicy Vegetables, Healthy Diabetic Recipe by Tarla Dalal
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Crunchy, healthy veggies in a spicy lemongrass flavoured gravy, the goodness of this dish is further enhanced by the presence of low-cal, iron-rich, fibrous tofu. While freshly-made paste has an unbeatable charm of its own, you can also make it in advance and store, to make this dish quicker. ....
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Recipe# 32804
16 May 11

 
Ambat Dal ( Know Your Green Leafy Vegetables ) by Tarla Dalal
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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.
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Recipe# 32825
16 May 11

 
Kadala Curry ( Know Your Dals and Pulses ) by Tarla Dalal
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Although the main ingredient in this recipe is red chawli, it is undoubtedly the shallots or madras onions that give this dish its unique aroma and flavour! feast on this spicy and nutritious recipe with a bowl of steaming hot rice topped with ghee.
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Recipe# 32855
20 Aug 13

 
Yam Poriyal by Tarla Dalal
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Here is a spicy preparation of yam, which goes well with rice and bland gravies like more kuzhambu. The scintillating blend of spices used in this curry is sure to tickle your taste buds and leave you asking for more! in tamilnadu, they often say that this curry is so aromatic that the neighbour wil ....
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Recipe# 32877
20 Aug 13

 
Malaga Podi / Milagai Podi 
by Tarla Dalal
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The Milagai Podi, fondly called “Gun Powder” by south Indian food fans, is an all-time favourite accompaniment to idlis and dosas. When a spoonful of the powder is served, spice lovers fondly make a small hole in its centre, add a spoonful of til oil or ghee into it, and mix gently with their index ....
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Recipe# 32913
15 Jul 17

 
Pumpkin Kootu, Pumpkin and Yellow Moong Dal Sabzi, Curry by Tarla Dalal
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This is a gravy-like dish made using pumpkins and dal. Other vegetables like chow-chow, snake-gourd, cabbage, carrots etc can also be cooked this way. Normally, a traditional South Indian meal will definitely include one dry curry and one kootu. A good ac ....
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Recipe# 32915
15 Jul 17

 
More Kuzhambu, South Indian Doodhi Buttermilk Curry by Tarla Dalal
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This is the South Indian counterpart of kadi. It can be prepared with various vegetables like ladies finger, white pumpkin, capsicum, colocasia etc. Try other curries such as Mixed Vegetable Kuzhambu ,
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