82 beaten rice recipes
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03 Oct 16
Kanda Poha, Mumbai Roadside Recipes by Tarla Dalal
Maharashtrians would feel lost without poha! beaten rice flakes tossed with the traditional tempering of mustard seeds, chillies and curry leaves, this is served aesthetically with tiny wedges of lemon. If you are in a rush, you can just grab a readily available parcel of poha and have it later in t ....
26 Nov 13
Poha Dhokla by Tarla Dalal
Feel like having dhoklas for breakfast? you can whip them up instantly by using beaten rice, which requires no soaking or fermenting. These dhoklas also make a good tiffin option since they do not need reheating. Green chutney balances the not-so-spicy dhoklas.
11 Jul 17
Oats Bhel, Healthy Snack for Kids by Tarla Dalal
Who does not like to munch on bhel, the all-time favourite Indian
roadside snack? The spectra of flavours and textures packed into a bowlful of bhel is truly mind-boggling and makes it a hot favourite with young and old alike.
We recreate the same wonderful exp ....
14 Mar 15
Oats and Poha Sukha Bhel by Tarla Dalal
Sukha Bhel is now a world famous snack, as it is not only tasty but convenient too, for both serving at parties and for carrying along in a picnic basket! You can make the sukha chutney is advance, keep the dry ingredients also ready, and toss it up any time you feel like. Here is a healthier versio ....
20 Aug 13
Sada Dosa ( Mumbai Roadside Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Fzzzzzzzzzzzzzkkkk! your ear wakes up your gastronomic juices as soon as it hears the vendor sprinkling water on the hot tava before pouring the batter and spreading it into a thin, crisp dosa, which is then rolled up and served along with sambhar and other chutneys.
15 Jun 14
Aloo Kurkure by Tarla Dalal
Mint-flavoured potato mash dipped in a typical flour batter, coated with powdered beaten rice, and deep-fried till temptingly crisp. Hear the crunchy poha crackle as you drain these on absorbent paper, and be tempted to take a bite even before you finish frying the remaining balls! indeed, this is a ....
16 May 08
Fruity Phirni by Tarla Dalal
A variation of rice phirni. Poha is a rich source of iron. Adding fruits provides nutrients as well fibre to your diet and makes the phirni colourful and interesting.
21 Jul 16
Poha Phirni by Tarla Dalal
Poha Phirni, poha is a rich source of iron as the rice is beaten in an iron mortar-pestle. Besides adding a colourful touch to this unusual phirni, fruits like apples and bananas also provide vitamins, minerals and fibre.
16 May 10
Poha Khichu ( Non- Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
Poha khichu, a simple guajarati snack made of flaked rice cooked with spices. You can even make the khichu ahead of time and steam it for 4 to 5 minutes just before serving. To make it spicier, you can add finely chopped green chillies.
27 Apr 17
07 Jul 12
Poha Handwa by Tarla Dalal
Try this for taste! poha is rich in iron, which is required for the formation of new red blood cells that help maintain normal blood circulation and blood pressure.
20 Aug 13
Dosa ( South Indian Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Dosa is as popular in South Indian
cuisine as Idli
is! Crisp and thin pancakes made of a rice and urad dal batter, dosas are even more exciting than idlis. In fact, while idlis are considered to be an easy, comfortable steamed food, ....
20 Aug 10
Batata Poha, Aloo Poha by Tarla Dalal
An all-time favourite Maharashtrian
snack, Batata Poha has a universal appeal amongst youngsters and elders alike. Everybody has a reason for loving this delicious snack – its wholesomeness, convenience, enjoyable flavour or unique texture.
This versi ....
20 Aug 10
Papad Poha ( Microwave Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Flaked rice and papad sautéed with spices and peanuts. Using thinner variety of poha known as patla poha or nylon poha, helps to make crispier snack.
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