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21 Nov 07
05 Jul 14
Stuffed Cauliflower Paratha by Tarla Dalal
Crisp and tasty parathas that none can refuse, the stuffed cauliflower paratha is wonderful way of preparing healthy cauliflower. Whole wheat flour and a liberal amount of cauliflower make this a nutritious dish, which is crispier than normal parathas due to the addition of rice flour. Aromatic herb ....
19 Feb 16
Jalebi Paratha by Tarla Dalal
Wonder why this paratha is called Jalebi Paratha when there is nothing sweet about it? Well, just have a look at the way it is rolled and you will understand why. Indeed, this delectable paratha requires some deft handwork in rolling it, first like a Swiss roll, and then into a flat paratha.
22 Feb 13
Cauliflower Bhanolu ( Microwave Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Get wind of a Gujarati secret that is passed on from grandma’s memory. A mildly-flavoured snack, Cauliflower Bhanolu uses coconut milk as the primary ingredient. With a little help from your handy kitchen helper, the microwave oven, this recipe can be prepared in minutes.
26 Nov 07
Malai Kofta (subzi) by Tarla Dalal
Amazingly tasty vegetable kofta, with an extra dose of goodness-thanks to the addition of soya granules. Potatoes and tofu add mass to the dish, even as they bind the rest of the ingredients together. If you are calorie-conscious, you could bake or steam the kofta instead of deep-frying. Kofta dishe ....
21 Jan 09
Rava Corn Dhokla (100 Calorie Snacks) by Tarla Dalal
Suggested serving size for 100 calories: 3 pieces. Get ready for some praise with this no-fuss instant dhokla using the unconventional taste of corn. Ideal low-cal snack for those on the move.
19 Apr 15
Ker Aur Kismis by Tarla Dalal
A simple but superbly flavoured dish. Ker (desert berries), raisins and khoya (mava) are mildly spiced, so as to retain the delicate flavour of the ingredients. Prepare Ker aur Kismis as close to serving time as possible. Serve immediately with bajra or makai rotis.
16 May 10
Methi Palak Dhokla ( Non- Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
Methi palak dhokla, a good way to incorporate dal and leafy vegetables in your diet, you can use any leafy vegetable like chawli or dill in this recipe. However, methi and palak are the most commonly used. Black eyed beans also called as cow peas or chawli beans are extremely rich in iron and folic ....
23 Nov 14
Subz Shahjahani by Tarla Dalal
Subz Shahjahani uses a wide range of spices. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that the prepared paste is precooked and then added to the gravy thus giving it a distinct flavour. This gravy tastes best with boiled mixed vegetables though you can add almost any other vegetable to it. It is advisable to ....
26 Nov 12
Buckwheat Dhoklas ( Cooking with 1 Tsp Oil Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
This combination of buckwheat, sanwa millet and curds makes an interesting recipe which is best enjoyed when served piping hot with a spoonful of low calorie green chutney. I've selected buckwheat as it abounds in fibre that will keep you satiated for a longer time and will prevent you from munching ....
01 Nov 16
Tandoori Paratha by Tarla Dalal
The well-thought-out choice of spices in the stuffing is sure to delight your taste buds. This healthy variation of Tandoori Paratha is a sure hit!
Oil is usually added to the flour to make a smooth and soft dough, but to curb the use of oil, Low-fat curds have been added which also produces the ....
21 Jan 09
Rava Green Peas Tikki (100 Calorie Snacks) by Tarla Dalal
Suggested serving size for 100 calories: 2 tikkis
low in effort, low in calories– replace starchy potatoes with semolina in this tasty tikki and stuff it with a spicy green peas filling that’s high in vitamins and fibre.
16 Dec 16
Crispy Karela by Tarla Dalal
The pleasant sweetness of jaggery and the enticing charm of poppy seeds and cashewnuts tone down the bitterness of bitter gourd to an extremely enjoyable level, in this special dry subzi.
Sweet, with a dash of spice, this unique subzi tastes really awesome, but what is even more special than the ....
30 Nov 16
Garam Golpapdi by Tarla Dalal
This dish is also called sukhadi in some parts of Gujarat. This is a version of Golpapdi
, that is served warm and not cut into the traditional diamond shaped cubes.
The trick to making this version is to add the gur after the wheat and ghee ....
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