Tomato Chutney ( Cooking with 1 Tsp Oil) by Tarla Dalal
This tangy chutney is the best combination for bland dishes like Idli
and appe! One of the most popular South Indian
chutneys, this is sure to perk up any meal it is served with. Purée the mixture of sautéed tomatoes, onions and dals ....
Soya Mutter Pulao ( Cooking with 1 Tsp Oil) by Tarla Dalal
Pulaos are always a welcome addition to any meal. A pulao can often make a complete meal by itself. The soya chunks added to this aromatic pulao are easily available in the market and are a rich source of protein and vitamin b12 - a vitamin which is otherwise lacking in vegetarian diets.
Vegetable Biryani (1 Tsp Oil ) by Tarla Dalal
Biryani is known to be a rich and luxurious preparation of rice and vegetables. While it traditionally contains oodles of ghee and oil, you will realise upon trying this intelligent version that the same richness can be brought out through the intensity of the spices and quantity of vegetables, with ....
Tandoori Mushrooms ( Cooking with 1 Tsp. Oil) by Tarla Dalal
Yum yum, nom nom, unbelievably this delicious starter is made with just a teaspoon of oil! Low-cal, protein-rich mushrooms are cooked in lip-smacking tandoori style. The velvety mushrooms are coated with an aromatic masala and kasuri methi with a little help from low-fat milk, which also adds some c ....
Boiled Hakka Noodles by Tarla Dalal
meal is ever complete without Boiled Noodles, which is used not just for the main course but also to prepare a range of other dishes ranging from soups and starters to desserts too!
This means that before you foray into Chinese cuisine, you ought to ....
Chilli Oil (Chinese) by Tarla Dalal
A simple way of flavouring oil to add more flavours to our cooking. Chillies add a warm, pungent aroma to the oil.
23 Aug 12
Boiled Noodles, Chinese Cooking by Tarla Dalal
Boiled noodles, cooking the perfect noodles, boiled al dente, not sticking to each other, and in full length, is the first right step you take while making a noodles recipe. Follow the instructions to the t, and you are ready to whip up some amazing noodles for your loved ones.
Have a go at popu ....
Hariyali Dal ( Cooking with 1 Teaspoon Oil) by Tarla Dalal
Spinach and chana dal complement each other perfectly in this aromatic dish which is an excellent source of protein, iron, vitamin A and calcium. Try this dal with steamed brown rice or rotis. This is a good recipe for entertaining too!
Carrot and Bean Sprouts in Sesame Oil Dressing by Tarla Dalal
This salad features a combination of veggies that is typical of Oriental cuisine, with loads of capsicum, carrots, bean sprouts and spring onions. A zesty sesame oil based dressing with sesame seeds, lemon juice and soya sauce matches perfectly with these veggies, to give you a mind-blowing salad.
Coconut Milk with Coconut Oil Coffee Creamer Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Health-conscious people are always looking for healthier alternatives to milk to add to their black coffee, even though it is just a few teaspoons of milk that is needed to make your coffee palatable!
Milk contains lactase, which is considered to be unhealthy in many ways. You could replace the ....
Masala Bhaat (1 Tsp Oil) by Tarla Dalal
Masala Bhaat is a sumptuous meal of brown rice, perked up with sautéed veggies and an appetizing dry masala made of simple spices, readily available in your kitchen. A traditional recipe, minimal ingredients, a simple procedure and just a teaspoon of oil is all it takes to create this homely and sat ....
Chole Bhature by Tarla Dalal
My earliest memories of Chole Bhature is of the one I ate at a popular eatery in Mumbai Known as "Cream Centre". On enquiring, I was told that the chick peas and spices were simmered together for hours resulting in a dish that a large number of Mumbaites relish even today!
My version of chole i ....
16 Apr 19
Vegetable Manchurian ( Easy Chinese Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
Vegetable Manchurian is an Indo-Chinese dish that has become so famous that it is available everywhere these days, from roadside eateries and local restaurants to wedding menus and specialty diners too!
The succulent dish features deep-fried vegetable balls in a thick gravy that is flavoured wit ....
Low Calorie Dal Makhani by Tarla Dalal
Dal makhani, a flavourful robust lentil preparation, is a celebrated delicacy from punjab. Rajma and whole urad provide protein and calcium which are extremely important for maintenance of your body cells and healthy bones. Cooking the dal in tomato purée adds a little sharpness to this dish and als ....
Malai Kofta Curry, Creamy Kofta Curry by Tarla Dalal
Extremely soft koftas that melt in your mouth, dipped in a creamy tomato-flavoured gravy that soothes and cradles your taste buds, that is what the Malai Kofta Curry is!
The mouth-melting koftas are made of fresh coconut and potatoes rather than the more common paneer-based koftas, and the gra ....
Palak Paneer, How To Make Homemade Palak Paneer Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Many of the best loved vegetarian Punjabi
dishes are the ones where paneer is combined with a vegetable. Paneer is widely used and very popular in Punjab due to the abundance of milk and milk products in the area.
This combination of spinach and paneer is no ....
Pani Puri, Paani Puri, Golgappa Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Crisp semolina puris filled with sprouts and chilled mint flavoured water make a great snack for a hot summer afternoon. They are known as "golgappas" in northern India and as "poochkas" in West Bengal. When my favourite "panipuriwallah" is serving me these delightful little puris one after the othe ....
23 Sep 13
Vegetable Biryani ( Desi Khana) by Tarla Dalal
Vegetable biryani is a traditional mughlai main course item loaded with chopped vegetables, spices, saffron and dry fruits. On normal days, you can make it as a one-pot meal. Even as ingredients like capsicum and coriander spread their aroma, whiffs of saffron and other spices rise above all and pam ....
16 May 15
Chilli Paneer by Tarla Dalal
The traditionally non-vegetarian dish viz. Chilli chicken is modified for vegetarians. This melt in the mouth starter flavoured with all the ethnic chinese flavours is an all time favourite that is really easy to prepare. Serve it as a starter or even as accompaniment for your main meal.
Nylon Khaman Dhokla ( Gujarati Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
These dhoklas are so soft and spongy that the reference to nylon is really apt! What is more, this recipe is also very easy to implement if you follow these simple instructions properly and practice it a bit. The addition of fruit salt to the batter, and water to the tempering, are the two main fact ....
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