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Recipe# 33276
01 Jan 1900

 
Damni Dhokla ( Non- Fried Snacks ) 
by Tarla Dalal
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Damni dhokla, a nutritious recipe that combines dals and parboiled rice, this might take you a little time to prepare, but it is totally worth the effort. The dals are washed, soaked, dried and ground, making this an authentic though slow procedure. You will also find readymade flour in stores, in c ....
Recipe# 216
01 Jan 1900

 
Dhokla Bahar by Tarla Dalal
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White and green dhoklas tastes great with coconut sauce. If you don't know how to make dhoklas, buy the instant mix packets in the market and follow the directions.
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Recipe# 262
01 Jan 1900

 
Dhokla Corn Subzi by Tarla Dalal
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A novel way for presenting vegetables.
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Recipe# 1982
01 Jan 1900

 
Dhokla Simla Mirch ( Roz ka Khana ) by Tarla Dalal
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Capsicum halves filled with khaman dhokla.
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Recipe# 2752
01 Jan 1900

 
Doodhi Muthia by Tarla Dalal
A steamed savoury made with doodhi (white pumpkin), 3 kinds of flours and fresh spices.
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Recipe# 33319
01 Jan 1900

 
Doodhi Muthia ( Non - Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
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Doodhi muthia, here is another tea-time snack that is sure to please you. “muthi” means fist in gujarati, and the dish is named such because the mixture is shaped into cylindrical rolls using the fist, plus it is almost the same size and shape of the fist. Bottle gourd has a high water content and t ....
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Recipe# 32882
01 Jan 1900

 
Drumstick Pickle by Tarla Dalal
Now,this is as exotic as it gets. The pungent flavour of drumstick blends very well with the hot spices, resulting in an aromatic and flavourfull pickle that will leave you licking your fingers.
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Recipe# 32542
27 Feb 14

 
Faraali Idli Sambhar ( Faraali Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
The famous southie snack can be converted into a healthy and delicious faraal snack by making the idlis with sanwa millet and the sambhar with boiled vegetable purée. Serve with peanut curd chutney for an added dash of innovativeness.
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Recipe# 258
01 Jan 1900

 
Hare Chana Ki Kari with Methi Muthia by Tarla Dalal
When fresh chanas are not available in season, you can use dry chanas. Soak and boil before using.
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Recipe# 1652
04 Jul 13

 
Idli by Tarla Dalal
This is the standard idli recipe from south india, where idli is so greatly loved that they would not mind having it for breakfast and once again for dinner too! it is considered ‘safe food’ as it is steamed, and can be had anytime (even when you are unwell), and anywhere (even at roadside shops).
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Recipe# 32833
01 Jan 1900

 
Idli (how To Make Idli ) 
by Tarla Dalal
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South indian cuisine is almost synonymous with idli! idli is not only easy to make but also extremely healthy and easy to digest. In fact, when stranded on a highway with nothing to eat, people wouldn’t hesitate to walk into a roadside hotel and buy a few idlis, as it is steamed, and therefore quite ....
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Recipe# 3511
09 Jun 14

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Karela Muthias by Tarla Dalal
Karela and flour dumplings that are enlivened with the addition of onions and garlic to make a delicious breakfast. This recipe makes use of karelas and garlic, the two ingredients that are said to be diabetic friendly as they help to maintain the blood sugar levels. Serve them hot, along with Low C ....
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Recipe# 33269
01 Jan 1900

 
Khaman Dhokla ( Non- Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
Khaman dhokla, a famous snack sold in every street of gujarat, it is no longer restricted to that region -- it is readily available in every part of the country. People love these yummy dhoklas as a breakfast, snack or as a farsaan (savoury accompaniment) in the lunch or dinner menu. We made it in a ....
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Recipe# 2413
01 Jan 1900

 
Khata Dhokla by Tarla Dalal
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A traditional gujarati dish at festive meals. Deliciously sour. Can also be served as a snack at tea-time.
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