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Recipe# 32804
01 Jan 1900

 
Ambat Dal ( Know Your Green Leafy Vegetables ) by Tarla Dalal
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This recipe gets its “ambat” flavour, thanks to the tamarind. You can add jaggery too to get a sweet-tangy flavour. Serve with steamed rice or as an accompaniment to roti.
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Recipe# 2167
01 Jan 1900

 
American Chop Suey by Tarla Dalal
A chinese "bhel" topped with fried noodles, a dish which never fails at parties. Be sure that the noodles are absolutely crisp.
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Recipe# 4161
08 Nov 13

 
American Chop Suey ( Easy Chinese Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
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A delightful preparation of crispy noodles served with vegetables and a tangy sauce. This recipe is not an authentic chinese one, but an invention of chinese restaurateurs in western countries. One of the literal translations of this recipe means 'savoury mess'.
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Recipe# 32968
01 Jan 1900

 
Ami Kozhakatai ( Weight Loss After Pregnancy ) by Tarla Dalal
Delicately seasoned with simple spices, this is one dish that you will relish. I have added only 1 tsp of coconut to bring down the calories, making this a sumptuous, healthy breakfast when compared to the coconut laden south indian original.
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Recipe# 34452
22 Feb 11

 
Amiri Khaman ( Microwave Recipe) 
by Tarla Dalal
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However many modern fast foods you might have, there are times when the taste buds and the heart yearn for a traditional snack like amiri khaman. Comprised of crumbled and garnished dhoklas, this delicious snack can be prepared in just five minutes in a microwave!
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Recipe# 33327
01 Jan 1900

 
Amiri Khaman ( Non - Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
This recipe was invented with the intention of making good use of leftover khaman dhoklas! they are crumbled, tempered with garlic and mixed with pomegranate seeds and coconut. Serve garnished with sev and relish its unique flavour. Those who do not like garlic can omit it.
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Recipe# 33059
29 Apr 13

 
Anjeer Basundi ( Weigth Loss After Pregnancy ) by Tarla Dalal
Traditional anjeer basundi makes use of dry anjeer, which is high in calories and fat i have used fresh anjeer (figs) to make this recipe low cal. Use of low fat milk and cornflour for thickening instead of high fat cream further cuts down in calories yet retaining its creamy texture and mouth feel. ....
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Recipe# 6222
01 Jan 1900

 
Anti Cholesterol Shake by Tarla Dalal
A combination of orange, papaya and banana blended together to make a filling drink that beats cholesterol! This unusual combination of fruits is rich in potassium, vitamin C and fibre. Banana is an excellent source of potassium, the deficiency of which is associated with the change in the normal ....
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Recipe# 33140
22 Apr 10

 
Appa ( Know Your Flours ) 
by Tarla Dalal
Appa is also called pathiri in malabar cooking. These are essentially thin rice rotis that are dipped in coconut milk just before serving.
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Recipe# 193
02 May 13

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Appam by Tarla Dalal
Appam is a famous dish from the keralite repertoire of south indian cooking. This recipe is an easy-to-make, instant version of the otherwise tough-to-make dish. Since yeast is used, the batter need not be fermented for long unlike the traditional version. Serve appam with slightly-sweetened coconut ....
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Recipe# 823
01 Jan 1900

 
Appam Pancake by Tarla Dalal
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This honeycombed pancake traces its origins to India's Western costal district, the Konkan.
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Recipe# 30845
23 May 14

 
Apple and Cheese Toasts 
by Tarla Dalal
These toasts are sure to delight your little ones' taste buds and gift them a bounty of nutrients! For an interesting twist, cut the toasts diagonally to form triangles just before serving.
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Recipe# 39014
06 May 14

 
Apple and Grape Juice by Tarla Dalal
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Some fruits taste even better when blended together. Apples add body to grape juice while a dash of lemon makes the combination even more refreshing. Go easy on the sugar if the grapes are already too sweet.
Recipe# 662
01 Jan 1900

 
Apple and Raisin Pudding 
by Tarla Dalal
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