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759 urad dal recipes
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16 Mar 17
Medu Vada, Mumbai Roadside Recipe by Tarla Dalal
This South Indian
delicacy has become an integral part of Mumbai street food.
No dosa stall is complete without piping hot deep-fried vadas. Just ask, and can get them submerged in sambhar. The idli-vada combination is a favour ....
20 Aug 09
Poha and Oats Chivda ( Weight Loss After Pregnancy ) by Tarla Dalal
Poha and oats chivda,fibre rich oats, iron rich poha and protein rich chana dal make for a healthy variation of the traditional fried chivda. Make in bulk and store it in an airtight container. Enjoy as an in-between snack without worrying about straying from your weight-loss regime.
20 Aug 09
Semiyan Upma ( Weight Loss After Pregnancy ) by Tarla Dalal
An ideal breakfast that assists weight loss, the fibre rich whole wheat semiyan helps in throwing out fats from the body. Moreover, very little coconut and ghee ensures that the calorie count is far less than the original counterpart.
20 Aug 11
Varagu Upma by Tarla Dalal
A fibre is rich version of upma that is good for a diabetic breakfast. This recipe cooks varagu in yoghurt gravy that is tempered with urad dal and green chillies and other subtle spices. Varagu is not a very commonly used cereal. It resembles larger grains of rava (semolina), but is healthier than ....
24 May 16
Spicy Urad Dal Puris ( Desi Khana ) by Tarla Dalal
There is a difference in every aspect of this puri – at one level, there is a scrumptious filling of soaked, ground and sautéed urad dal spiced with a special masala; and then there is the dough tinged with the heady aroma of nigella seeds. Without a doubt, these spicy urad dal puris will set you ap ....
19 Jan 16
South Indian Stir Fry Rice by Tarla Dalal
This tongue-tickling rice treat is prepared with readily-available ingredients, but has an unforgettable flavour and pleasing texture.
The key ingredients, which endow this South Indian
Stir-Fry Rice with such irresistibility, are sesame seeds and pean ....
20 Aug 13
Bisi Bele Bhaat by Tarla Dalal
This traditional spicy rice dish from karnataka is quite addictive – served piping hot topped with lots of ghee and accompanied by fried papads and a cool raita, it is almost impossible to say no to! improvise by adding field beans, peas, kidney beans or other legumes along with the vegetables, for ....
18 Jun 16
Dhan Saak Dal ( Zero Oil Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
A Parsi delicacy modified into a healthy and easy-to-make dal. Dhan means cereals and pulses, and saak means vegetables. These combine here to make a wholesome meal!
It is traditionally served with Brown Rice
to make a complete nourishing meal. Dare ....
16 May 12
Pulse Appe by Tarla Dalal
A yummy south Indian snack put together with a blend of pulses that are rich in B-complex vitamins, especially vitamin B1 and folic acid. Fermenting these dals increases their nutrient content making this recipe a nutritious nibble for young, growing brains
16 May 08
16 Feb 11
Sundal ( Pressure Cooker ) by Tarla Dalal
Sundal, from beaches and parks to temples, sundal ( a mélange of kala chana, cocnut and spices) is ubiquitous in south india, especially tamilnadu! pressure cooking makes this recipe more easy and quick.
16 Feb 11
Pumpkin Kootu ( Pressure Cooker ) by Tarla Dalal
Pumpkin kootu, a ballet of vegetables and dal, this healthy combination cooked along with a coconut paste. Go for any choice of veggies such as white pumpkin, cabbage etc. You can top with tempering of oil, mustard seeds and curry leaves to give a refreshing feel to the kootu.
20 Aug 13
Idli ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
An ideal breakfast option for the busy-bee! served piping hot, usually in portions of three idlis per plate, who can say no to these healthy, steamed idlis that are accompanied by delectable sambhar and two chutneys too?
20 Aug 13
Mysore Sada Dosa ( Mumbai Roadside Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Hmmm, when you want to have a quick and light meal, but are in too perky a mood for sada dosa, then go for the mysore sada dosa, which is not too heavy on the tummy but still has a nice, semi-spicy flavour, thanks to the mysore chutney!
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