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Tava recipes


Last Updated : Feb 21,2018



तवा - हिन्दी में पढ़ें
તવો - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો
A Tava is a flat pan used to cook rotis, parathas, naans, dosas, pancakes and other flat breads. It is also used to prepare a range of starters and snacks. It has a handle that helps you to hold the pan and handle the food easily, sometimes flipping it in a smart way to cook evenly!

The tava is a must-have utensil in every Indian household. This section holds a wide assortment of tasty tava-cooked treats like the Ajwaini Roti, Brinjal Cutlet and Paneer Tava Masala. Some delicacies that were traditionally cooked in a tandoor like the naan can also be cooked in a tava, reproducing the same great taste in a convenient manner.

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Recipe# 14137
17 Jun 11

 
 by pr0410
No reviews
Parathas in chinese style is simply an irrestible. Paratha recipe prepared with vegetables cooked in chinese sauces as stuffing. Enjoy this unique paratha recipe as starter or side dish with gravy of choice.
Recipe# 14138
05 Jul 11

 
 by sreejanair
No reviews
This recipe brings about a healthful twist to the basic aloo paratha recipe. The boiled potatoes and grated beetroot add taste, nutrients and colour to the paratha and is best served with curd.
Recipe# 14139
11 Oct 11

 
 by mirag
No reviews
Spruce up the nutritive value of your diet by including nutriroti in your daily menu. A delicious blend of different grains with a mix of vegetables and paneer as stuffing, nutri roti are excellent meal options for children.
Recipe# 14146
06 Mar 02

 
 
by priti_24
No reviews
Methi muli makka ke Paratha is a vegetable Paratha recipe with chopped methi leaves mixed with grated radish and corn as stuffing. Enjoy this Paratha treat with curd and pickle.
Recipe# 14148
03 Dec 02

 
 by swetanahar
No reviews
A green colored roti recipe which is packed with health benefits and great taste, Hariyali roti is appealing in looks too. A perfect roti recipe for children, hariyali roti is typically enjoyed as breakfast with curd or as meal with aloo ki subzi.
Recipe# 14151
11 Jan 02

 
 by n2001r
No reviews
A traditional and unique dosa recipe, Moru dosa is soft and made from plain flour. A nice variation to the typical crisp dosas, the moru dosa is easy to prepare and traditionally enjoyed with coconut chutney.
Recipe# 14160
03 Jun 02

 
 
by bhaviniparekh2001
No reviews
You are sure to enjoy this Delicious roti cum Paratha recipe. Learn the process of preparing a range of stuffed paranthas at tarladalal.com
Recipe# 14165
06 Jul 11

 
 by anuarvind2001
No reviews
Missi roti is a staple in punjabi homes and is basically roti prepared from besan or gram flour. An excellent way of sprucing up the proteins in your diet, missi rotis are high in taste and health values.
Recipe# 14168
06 Jul 11

 
 by Roopa Vaswani
No reviews
Besan rotis or missi roti are prepared from a dough comprising of wheat and besan flour. Add spice powders of choice to the dough and roll out the besan rotis.
Recipe# 14199
14 Dec 02

 
 by ramanika
No reviews
Rice rotis is a traditional fare in Kerala and Maharashtrian homes and can now be recreated at your home with this rice roti recipe. The rice rotis are soft and best served with fish curry or lentils.
Recipe# 14206
05 Dec 02

 
 by snehami
No reviews
Adding Soyabean flour to the typical dosa batter renders the Soyabean rawa dosa an unique taste and a rich store of health benefits. The Soyabean flour is mixed with rawa and then spread on a non stick pan like dosas or pancakes and then relished hot as breakfast or mini meal.
Recipe# 14263
21 Jan 02

 
 by devulapalli_madhu
No reviews
Instant easy Dosa is very easy to prepare and great in looks and taste. A delicious crispy Dosa recipe for breakfast prepared from a batter comprising of rice and urad dal flour which has been leavened with fruit salt.
Recipe# 14305
02 Jan 03

 
 by Santhy56
No reviews
Unniappam is a South Indian delicacy recipe with rice ground with bananas and sugar. These appam batter is then spread on apan and relished crispy hot with fried coconut pieces as filling and jeera powder as garnish.
Recipe# 31781
08 Jul 16

 
 by Foodie#406215
No reviews
Thepla is a popular Gujarati recipe that can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch, dinner and also perfect to carry in tiffins. Rice Thepla is a variation of this popular recipe, addition of rice adds taste and flavour. You can also make good use of leftover rice for soft delicious theplas.
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