This category has been viewed 968857 times

 Course >
4252

Main Course recipes





मेन कोर्स - हिन्दी में पढ़ें
મેન કોર્સ - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો
In any meal, the main course comprises the most filling and important part of the meal. The main course is served after the starters or snacks, and is followed by the dessert. It may be made up of a single sumptuous dish, or a combination of a couple of dishes. It is common to find Subzis, curries or Dal served with Roti, parathas or rice as part of the main course. On the other hand, dishes like biryanis, pastas, pizzas and baked dishes make up one-dish meals. When planning a menu, one must focus on the main course because it leaves a lasting impression on the diners, being the most comprehensive course of the meal.

Show only recipe names containing:
  



Recipe Image
Recipe# 22679
06 Mar 13

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Enjoy rajmah - the Queen of beans with spinach and tomatoes. Dry mango powder has also been added for that extra zing!
Recipe Image
Recipe# 22697
06 Mar 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Ta feisty preparation of nutritious vegetables, which are otherwise rarely used in everyday cooking in india. The broccoli and water chestnut stir-fry also looks very appealing because of the multi-coloured capsicums used in it. Another tasty twist to this recipe is the use of fresh red chillies, no ....
Recipe Image
Recipe# 40058
30 Mar 15

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
If you thought Pav Bhaji cannot be made without potatoes, then this recipe will be an eye-opener for you. Made with raw bananas and other vegetables spiced up with red chilli paste and pav bhaji masala, this delicious bhaji tastes as wonderful as the original, especially after you garnish it with le ....
Recipe Image
Recipe# 40047
31 Mar 15

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Stuffed Bajra Paratha, looking for something to lower blood cholesterol levels? Here’s an exotic version of the humble bajra paraha, stuffed with a paneer, methi and tomato mixture that makes this a scrumptious delicacy. The fibre in bajra binds with the cholesterol and fats and ensures that it is e ....
Recipe Image
Recipe# 39944
23 Sep 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
You will love this colourful and tasty layered paratha, and so will your kids. In this Double Decker Paratha, I have chosen a contrasting combination of colours and flavours – a vibrant carrot stuffing for one layer and a green peas stuffing for the other. However, you can exercise your discretion a ....
Recipe Image
Recipe# 40352
02 Oct 15

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Succulent, fresh dhoklas prepared with a batter of semolina and curds, dotted with juicy kernels of sweet corn, this is likely to become a top favourite with your kids. Adding fruit salt to the batter helps get a nice, fluffy dhokla, while coriander gives a peppy flavour to it. Send the Corn Dhokla ....
Recipe Image
Recipe# 40378
25 Aug 15

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
The use of mustard in many forms – as seeds, paste and oil too – is a classic characteristic of Bengali cooking. In this traditional Bengali -style subzi too, mustard paste is what gives the special flavour. Bati Chorchori, so full of veggies, is a delight to beh ....
Recipe Image
Recipe# 40575
10 Dec 15

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
If your palate rejoices at the sight of fiery treats, then this Stir Fry Noodles in Black Sauce is just perfect for you. Noodles , along with sliced capsicum, other veggies and bean sprouts, is perked up with a really pungent combination of sauces ....
Recipe Image
Recipe# 37290
18 Oct 10

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
The Paneer Kaliya is a spikily flavoured dish with a succulent texture, which makes it really irresistible! Strong scents of powdered fennel and dry ginger make this dish very different from other paneer based subzis. Moreover, the texture also gets a bit different because the paneer is sautée ....
Recipe Image
Recipe# 38478
16 Jul 12

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Not too fond of spinach? chop them and cook them with pressure-cooked masoor dal. Tamarind, ginger, chilies and cardamom add a bounty of flavors, and tadka of cumin seeds, red chilies and curry leaves provides the perfect finishing touch!
Recipe Image
Recipe# 38602
30 Mar 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Soya flour, ragi flour and jowar flour combine to make these mildly spiced parathas. These flours are not only gluten free but also a good source of iron, calcium, fibre and protein.
Subscribe to the free food mailer

Quick Subzis for Any Day

Missed out on our mailers?
Our mailers are now online!

View Mailer Archive

Privacy Policy: We never give away your email

REGISTER NOW If you are a new user.
Or Sign In here, if you are an existing member.

Login Name
Password

Forgot Login / Passowrd?Click here

If your Gmail or Facebook email id is registered with Tarladalal.com, the accounts will be merged. If the respective id is not registered, a new Tarladalal.com account will be created.

Click OK to sign out from tarladalal.
For security reasons (specially on shared computers), proceed to Google and sign out from your Google account.

Are you sure you want to delete this review ?

Main Course
5
 on 08 Nov 17 01:47 PM


Yes excellent recipe happy to do it again and again