20 Aug 13
Cabbage Foogath by Tarla Dalal
This is a dry vegetable dish made with cabbage. Other vegetables like beans, cluster beans, sabre beans, carrots etc can also be prepared in a similar way. One such dry curry is always served along with a traditional south indian lunch.
15 Oct 15
Crispy Paper Dosa by Tarla Dalal
Crispy Paper Dosa is a super-star whose fame has carried it from South India to the most famous restaurants all over the world!
As the name suggests, this dosa is golden brown, crispy and so thin that a huge dosa can be made with just a ladle or two of batter.
In hotels, it is generally ....
13 May 17
How To Make A Perfect Dosa Batter by Tarla Dalal
Perfect dosas are a matter of pride, and this requires the perfect dosa batter! Two things are important when making the batter. One is the proportion of rice to urad and the other is the consistency of the batter.
In this procedure, we use a combination of raw rice and par-boiled rice to get cr ....
20 Aug 13
Tamarind Rice( South Indian Recipes ) by Tarla Dalal
This rice preparation is well-known all over south india, although there are likely to be mild variations in the way it is performed in various regions. Since most ingredients used in this recipe are dried or pre-processed spices, it remains good for a long time and is ideal to pack and take along w ....
15 Oct 15
Kolumbu by Tarla Dalal
When you are tired of the daily Sambhar
, this delectable Kolumbu will lend a special touch to your breakfast!
Packed with the power of spices and dals, this tasty, veggie-loaded accompaniment is also quite satiating. While it goes great with Idli ....
31 Aug 17
Yellow Moong and Urad Dal Pakoda by Tarla Dalal
These unique pakodas have a very different mouth-feel and a perfect flavour! They are not crisp like the conventional pakodas but interestingly soft.
A combination of spices, ginger and green chillies is worked into the batter to give the Yellow Moong and Urad Dal Pakodas an appetizing flavour. ....
28 Aug 17
01 Sep 17
Poha Dosa, Aval Dosa with Curd by Tarla Dalal
Poha has a knack of imparting both softness and crispness to a snack, as you can experience in this amazing Poha Dosa.
The batter for this Poha Dosa is easy to make compared to the normal dosa because here you just need to soak and grind all the ingredients together.
Once fermented, the batt ....
19 Jan 16
Dahi Vadas, Dahi Bhalla, North Indian Chaat Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Fluffy, golden-coloured vadas might taste good as such, but they taste even better when made into tongue-tickling Dahi Vadas.
Soak the vadas in water to make them softer; drown them in sweetened curds; and serve with a drizzling of khajur imli ki chutney and a sprinkling of spice powders. If y ....
19 Apr 15
Dal Baati Churma by Tarla Dalal
This three-in-one treat is a typical Rajasthani
treat. The Rajasthanis specialise in serving sweet and savoury dishes in combinations that steal the heart and delight the taste buds.
A platter of semi-sweet Churma, spicy Dal and deep-fried Baati, is one ....
23 Sep 13
Cabbage Thoren by Tarla Dalal
A signature kerala dish…super easy to make, good to look at, nutritious and delicious are some things going in favour of this dish. Loaded with coconut, usually, here we have used only 2 tbsp and yet maintained the taste.
23 Sep 13
Coconut Chutney ( Desi Khana) by Tarla Dalal
Coconut chutney is to south indians what green and sweet chutneys are to the north. It is served almost every day as a part of the breakfast spread, and sometimes at lunch and dinner times too, if there is any kind of snack being served. It goes well with fried snacks like vada, as well as with stea ....
18 Jan 16
Mini Green Pea Uttapa, Green Peas Uttapam by Tarla Dalal
With its striking appearance and vibrant taste, the Mini Green Pea Uttapa is nothing short of a winner! A batter of rice, urad and green peas is perked up with apt flavorings and cooked into delicious mini uttapas.
Served with green chutney, the Green Peas Uttapam makes a mouth-watering snack. ....
15 Oct 15
Mysore Chutney, South Indian Mysore Chutney by Tarla Dalal
Kannada cuisine is generally marked by the moderate use of coconut and jaggery in almost all accompaniments. Here in the Mysore Chutney, these ingredients come together with a combination of dals, tamarind and spices.
This chutney can be spread on the inner side of
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