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21 Aug 14
Green Tomato and Bhujia Vegetable by Tarla Dalal
Bhujia is generally considered a tea-time snack or an addition to chaats and other savoury preparations. Have you ever tried mixing it into a subzi? In this innovative variant of the traditional Gujarati preparation Sev Tameta nu Shaak, we bring together two unusual ingredients into a quick vegetabl ....
21 Jan 09
Hariyali Chola Dal Dhokla by Tarla Dalal
Cow peas has very distinct characteristics, right from its mealy texture to its pleasantly nutty flavour. You will find these characteristics playing out very favourably in this interesting snack. These dhoklas, made of split cow peas, spinach and fenugreek leaves have a lingering flavour with the m ....
17 Nov 10
Healthy Sheera by Tarla Dalal
Satisfy your sweet tooth occasionally without compromising your health with this low fat version of an all time favourite Indian dessert. Walnuts and almonds contain MUFA and antioxidants that protect our heart from free radical damage and help to lower LDL.
12 Apr 15
Whole Wheat Chapattis by Tarla Dalal
High fibre, nuttri-loaded chapattis.... a perfect substitute to those made with maida.
21 Nov 07
Moong Dal Khandvi by Tarla Dalal
Fast and easy to cook, this is a tasty and healthy snack made using moong dal.
03 Jun 16
21 Nov 07
Tendli Bhaat ( Jain Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Ripe green tendlis, long grains of rice and aromatic spices cooked to perfection in a maharashtrian style. This dish is almost sure to leave the diners asking for more!
23 Nov 14
Fansi Dhokli ( Gujarati Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Dhoklis are nothing but dumplings made of various flours, which add body to subzis and enhance their taste. While dhoklis are traditionally made with besan, you can also exercise your discretion and choose other flours. Fansi dhokli is one such recipe that makes smart use of dhoklis, combining them ....
23 Nov 14
Kaachi Keri No Sambhaar by Tarla Dalal
Sambhaar is a spice mix that is readily available in most Gujarati households. It is enjoyed mixed with curd, or used to make instant pickles such as this one. Kaachi Keri No Sambhaar is a no-fuss pickle made by just mixing cut raw mangoes with oil and sambhaar powder. The dominant flavour of mustar ....
20 Aug 11
Mooli Muthias by Tarla Dalal
Steamed radish dumplings make a delicious and nutritious snack. Radish is one vegetable that most of us ignore inspite of it being a very good source of calcium, vitamin A and C and fibre. This recipe is a delicious way to include this much-ignored vegetable in your diet. If you don't want to make ....
20 Aug 11
Rice Bhakri by Tarla Dalal
A Maharashtrian friend of mine shared the basic recipe of these bhakris with me. While I was making them at home one day, I tried adding some grated carrots, mint and coriander to add colour to these bhakris. Not only did it add colour to the rotis but the freshness of the mint and coriander complem ....
23 Jul 09
Methambo by Tarla Dalal
Methambo is one of the best known pickles. Gujaratis are great consumers of all sorts of sweet and spicy pickles, with methambo being one of their favourites. Mustard seeds and round red chillies are first added to the oil, then the mango pieces dressed with turmeric powder and salt are sautéed til ....
22 Feb 00
Khandvi by Tarla Dalal
A favourite Gujarati 'farsan'. Can also be served as a snack at teatime.
16 May 11
Kaju Kopra Sheera ( Mithai) by Tarla Dalal
With striking similarities in flavour and colour, powdered cashewnuts and grated coconut get along very well in this exciting sheera. Rich in feel and flavour, this Kaju Kopra Sheera turns out wonderfully well if you sauté the ingredients carefully till they shed their rawness and start giving out a ....
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