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723 garam masala recipes
Last Updated : May 23,2018
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21 May 18
Dal Kabila by Tarla Dalal
made use of all kinds of dals
available to them to prepare mouthwatering dishes such as this one.
Made with urad dal or split black lentils this dal is tempered with whole kashmiri ....
21 May 18
Malwani Style Paneer Pakoda by Tarla Dalal
Melt-in-the-mouth cubes of paneer
are enrobed in a tongue-tickling batter and deep-fried to make this Malwani Style Paneer Pakoda.
What makes it different from regular pakodas
is the richness of flavour. Not only ....
19 May 18
Bharleli Vaangi, Pressure Cooker Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Bharleli Vaangi is a semi-dry subzi that is very popular in Maharashtra.
It is one of those magical recipes that has withstood the test of time, and remains popular across generations thanks to its tongue-tickling taste and ease of preparation.
The brinjal ....
16 May 18
Bunny Chow by Tarla Dalal
Here’s an awesomely tasty fast food from the kitchens of South Africa. An all-time favourite in that region, Bunny Chow or Bunny as it is fondly called is made by hollowing out a loaf of bread and filling it with tongue-tickling curry.
Believed to have its roots in the Durban
20 Aug 13
Dahi Kachori ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) by Tarla Dalal
Dahi kachori, although rooted in the north, this filling snack has found its own place in the good old streets of mumbai! it’s a challenge to deftly bite into this king-sized snack. However well you do it, you will have a spot of chutney ooze out onto your face… be a sport, it is part of the roadsid ....
26 Apr 18
Misal by Tarla Dalal
One of the best-ever favourite recipes served by Mumbai’s roadside eateries, Misal can even be considered a trademark dish of the city’s food scene!
It is nice and spicy, and delivers the perfect pick-me-up effect. We have used only safed vatana here, as done by most eateries in Mumbai, but if yo ....
26 Apr 18
Biryani, Veg Hyderabadi Biryani by Tarla Dalal
Biryani is an everlasting relic of the Moghul era that continues to live and breathe in innumerable restaurants and kitchens across the globe.
Not only that, this traditional recipe has stood the test of time by being constantly adapted to suit the tastes of each generation. While many modern ve ....
20 Aug 09
Soya Bhurji ( Weight Loss After Pregnancy ) by Tarla Dalal
Soya bhurji, quickly made, this subzi uses fibre-rich soya granules that are well-known for their weight loss properties. The onion-tomato-garlic masala adds oodles of taste. Enjoy with hot rotis and cold curd!
17 Apr 18
Baingan Bharta, Veg Punjabi Baingan Bharta Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Punjabi food incorporates very innovative cooking methods, be it the use of the tandoor or the concept of cooking vegetables directly over the flame thus endowing the vegetable with a great smoky flavour. The Punjabi Baingan Bharta has many fans all over the world. Baingan or brinjal cooked direct ....
14 Apr 18
Paneer 65, Indian Starter by Tarla Dalal
Paneer 65 is one of the most popular starters in Indian
restaurants. It is especially popular in South India, where it is available even in small eateries in remote areas.
This is a peppy snack or starter, with an unmistakeable Oriental influence. Marinated and ....
14 Apr 18
Bhaja Moong Dal Shobji Diye by Tarla Dalal
A dal recipe from the kitchens of Bengal
, the Bhaja Moong Dal Shobji Diye brings together moong dal with a horde of colourful, tasty and nutritious veggies!
A traditional tempering of whole spices gives the dal a tantalising aroma while tangy tomatoes and a d ....
06 Apr 18
Punjabi Mooli Stuffed Paratha by Tarla Dalal
You can’t resist having a go at these parathas
even as you are cooking them for your family, because the aroma is so tempting and the flavour, oh, it’s almost addictive!
The whole wheat parathas are stuffed with grated radish cooke ....
03 Apr 18
Lajjatdar Handi Biryani by Tarla Dalal
Handi Biryani is absolutely superior to those made with other methods like open or pressure cooking, even though it appears to use similar ingredients.
The simple process of sealing the lid with chapati dough and allowing the ingredients to cook within a covered environment makes all the differe ....
02 Apr 18
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