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19 purple yam recipes



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Recipe# 1785
28 Feb 16
 by Tarla Dalal
Rosti, a popular Swiss dish made with grated potatoes, is innovatively made with a combination of purple yam and potato. Not only that the recipe is further tweaked to give it a desi touch by flavouring it with green chillies, lemon juice and crushed peanuts. With a bit of tang and lots of cru ....
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Recipe# 32550
20 Feb 14
 by Tarla Dalal
An exotic recipe made using the traditional upvaas (fasting) ingredients – potatoes, kand, shakarkand and paneer. The minty marinade gives it an elegant touch that will remain fresh in your memory for long.
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Recipe# 561
23 Nov 14
 
by Tarla Dalal
This bite-sized savoury snack is a perfect sunday evening treat when kand is in season. It is sure to earn you everybody’s praise and love! what else can you expect out of a mildly-spiced mixture of coriander, chana dal and coconut, sandwiched between slices of steamed purple yam, and baked to perfe ....
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Recipe# 31076
01 Jan 1999
 by Tarla Dalal
Oondhiya is one of gujarat's culinary treasures! here is an interesting version i arrived at while experimenting by grinding sprouts instead of fattening coconut, you get a healthier recipe without compromising one bit on taste.
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Recipe# 54
24 Mar 14
 by Tarla Dalal
A seemingly elaborate procedure, which is actually done in minutes! the baked kand is a lip-smacking preparation of yam slices layered with a green peas mixture, topped with coconut sauce, and baked till the texture is perfect and the aroma irresistible. Indeed, your guests will shower you with prai ....
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Recipe# 213
08 Jan 16
 
by Tarla Dalal
When purple yam (kand) is in season, don’t we all try to find as many recipes as possible to make with it? With its lovely colour and delicious taste, this vegetable is generally enjoyed by the whole family. Here is another recipe to add to your kand collection. Kand Stir Fry features purple y ....
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Recipe# 3569
26 Nov 12
 by Tarla Dalal
Startling though it may seem, here is a wonderful and healthy modification of the famous festive Gujarati dish which is ordinarily loaded with oil. I've changed this recipe and cut down on the oil along with the invisible fat which you get from coconut. The methi muthias added to this recipe are ba ....
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Recipe# 39049
31 Dec 13
 
by Tarla Dalal
A masaledar paneer stuffing is sandwiched between two layers of a luscious and flavorful yam mixture with tangy lemon juice and crunchy peanuts, coated with zesty green chutney and an aromatic traditional tempering, and baked till crisp in a pre-heated oven. This baked yam and paneer cake is a savor ....
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Recipe# 4336
16 May 13
 by Tarla Dalal
Some traditional preparations have a timeless appeal, and this ever-popular Gujarati subzi is a typical example. Made of five different vegetables, aromatic and flavourful methi muthia, common spices and other everyday ingredients like green chillies, ginger and coconut, the Panchkutyu Shaak is a se ....
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Recipe# 4973
25 Feb 15
 by Tarla Dalal
Thin slices of purple yam coated with a gram flour batter and deep fried makes for unusual and subtle-flavoured pakodas. The crushed coriander and peppercorns sprinkled on the batter coated slices of kand impart a nice crunch and flavour as you bite into these pakodas.
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Recipe# 33348
16 Feb 11
 
by Tarla Dalal
A classic Gujarati recipe, Oondhiya, with its exciting mix of veggies and spices, has withstood the test of time and become a hot favourite with many generations of Indians across the world. A colourful combination of vegetables and fenugreek-flavoured dum ....
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Recipe# 3593
26 Nov 12
 by Tarla Dalal
Bajra flour combined with purple yam, curds and garlic paste makes an interesting variation to plain bajra rotis which we often eat. Protein and iron are two important nutrients provided by these rotis. Like all bajra rotis, they tend to get chewy if they are served cold without a brushing of ghee ....
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Recipe# 4337
16 May 13
 
by Tarla Dalal
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A classic Gujarati recipe, of vegetables and fenugreek dumplings cooked in an aromatic blend of spices. This version is an easy and healthy way to make oondhiya.
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