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4 khakhra recipes


Last Updated : Nov 12,2018




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Coleslaw with Khakhra ( Tiffin Treats)
Recipe# 40359
02 Oct 15

 by Tarla Dalal
East meets West in your kids’ tiffin dabba today! The popular international salad, Coleslaw, made of shredded veggies, mayonnaise and tomato ketchup turns out to be a great pair for our desi favourite, khakhra! Since Coleslaw and Khakhra is like an interesting chip-n-dip combo, your kids will really ....
Achar Dip, Achari Dip
Recipe# 22718
24 Apr 17

 by Tarla Dalal
Never before would you have experienced such a wide assortment of Indian spices in a dip! With a base of curds, tempered with five aromatic spices, perked up with coriander and green chillies, and chilled to a pleasant temperature, this lip-smacking Achaari Dip will make your taste buds tingle with ....
Khakra Chaat
Recipe# 2843
26 Nov 13

 by Tarla Dalal
Khakras are extremely popular snacks. They are nothing but thinly rolled out masala (or plain) chapatis which are made crisp over a tava (griddle). Khakras are readily available at most farsan shops and I get stumped at variety they come up with each time. The other day, I came across pav bhaji khak ....
Khatta Meetha Chana Chaat ( Paneer Snacks )
Recipe# 32953
11 Jan 09

 by Tarla Dalal
Sweet and sour, chatpata chaat! neither kids nor elders can resist this! now, isn't this a smart way to include protein and calcium rich kabuli chana and paneer, which might otherwise not seem too enticing?
Indian Corn Dip
Recipe# 22708
04 Feb 15

 by Tarla Dalal
Tempering is an inherent aspect of Indian cooking, and perhaps a key factor that boosts the flavour and aroma of most dishes. Here is an Indian Corn Dip made of crushed sweet corn kernels in a milk-cornflour base, flavoured with green chillies and tempered traditionally. This desi dip has a unique a ....
Recipe# 12375
28 Apr 01

 by romi
No reviews
Truly an amazing recipe using left over vegetables, Leftover special chaat is as tasty as healthy. The leftover vegetables are mixed with soya sauce, tomato sauce and salt and pepper powder.
Recipe# 39027
30 Nov 13

 
by damyantiben
No reviews
Tickle your taste buds with this creamy and cheesy risotto mildly spiced with Indian flavours. It is just heavenly when served piping hot on a cold winter evening.
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