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23 Nov 14
Vatana Bateta No Rotlo ( Gujarati Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Just combine all the ingredients, pat them into pancakes, and cook them on a tava. These spicy potato and peas pancakes are so simple to make, but nothing short of a heavenly treat, especially on a cold rainy day! you can enjoy vatana bateta no rotlo just by itself or with tomato ketchup or green ch ....
20 Aug 11
Jamun Raita by Tarla Dalal
Try and have at least a few of these fruits when they are in season for their medicinal value, if not for their unusual flavour. Jamun is a fruit that is most commonly avoided by many, due to its sharp and tangy taste. However, this fruit is said to be a boon for diabetics as the enzyme 'jamboline' ....
23 Nov 14
Mag Ni Dal Na Dhokla ( Gujarati Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
This signature gujarati dish is a popular tea-time choice. The fruit salt makes the dhoklas so fluffy that your children will keep asking for it every day! it is so easy to prepare and uses such common ingredients that it is not difficult to oblige them… just that you need to plan in advance because ....
13 Jun 16
23 Jul 09
Grated Amla Murabba by Tarla Dalal
Grated amla murabba or "amla ke chheel ka murabba" as its known, is a sweet amla preserve flavoured with saffron and cardamom. When buying amlas, look for fruits that are green and have a bright, smooth and unblemished skin. The fruit tastes acidic and leaves the teeth tingling if bitten into. This ....
26 Nov 12
Radish Koftas in Kadhi by Tarla Dalal
This simple combination of radish and low fat curds needs only steamed rice to complete your meal. You can adjust the consistency of the kadhi by varying the amount of water and besan. The radish koftas are steamed and not deep fried in the kadhi. It is also a good way to add vegetables in your diet ....
16 May 08
Anjeer Basundi 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. ....
23 Sep 13
Double Beans Curry by Tarla Dalal
Double beans are very commonly used in gujarati cuisine, as the sole star of a recipe or to support other vegetables. However, there is a twist in this version of double beans curry as i have enriched it with a spicy punjabi style masala instead of the down-to-earth spices used by gujaratis.
14 Jun 14
Lavingya Paatra by Tarla Dalal
A traditional dish that is tasty and healthy too, Lavingya Paatra involves cooking thin layers of a besan-based paste rolled up in baby colocassia leaves. Generally, our ancient cooking techniques have some significance. Here, for instance, the colocassia leaves impart calcium to build strong bones. ....
16 Jun 08
Protein Packed Poha by Tarla Dalal
A combination of sprouts and poha that's simply brimming with protein, vitamin B3 and iron.
16 May 13
Turia Dhokli by Tarla Dalal
Adding whole wheat flour dhokli to a vegetable preparation helps to balance the flavour and also makes the dish more filling. Here, coriander-flavoured wheat flour dhoklis are cooked with a simple ridge gourd subzi, making it more wholesome and tasteful. Serve hot and fresh, for a soothing and sumpt ....
11 Nov 08
Teen Ratna Dal by Tarla Dalal
This wholesome combination of three lentils, flavoured with an assortment of spices, is a good source of calcium and protein for the mom-to-be.
Green chillies, ginger and garlic contribute their heady flavours to this sumptuous dal, while a tempering of whole spices and seeds adds to the aroma ....
20 Aug 11
Karela Kadhi by Tarla Dalal
Another karela delicacy - an innovative calcium rich kadhi! Keep in mind however that the karelas must be well cooked before adding the curds and spices to remove most of its bitterness. Enjoy it unusual flavours.
23 Nov 14
Gujarati Dal ( Gujarati Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
With a characteristic sweet and sour taste, this traditional dal recipe is quite reflective of gujarati culture and uses the typical ingredients and spices. While this is an everyday dal, it takes on a festive hue when ingredients like peanuts and yam are added. For such grand occasions, the dal is ....
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