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05 Mar 16
Cauliflower Vatana Nu Shaak, Gobi Vatana Subzi by Tarla Dalal
This recipe unleashes the full potential of common spice powders that are available in every kitchen. Watch how simple ingredients work together to transform cauliflower and green peas into a mouth-watering subzi that will make a simple meal of
23 Nov 14
Coconut - Coriander Masala by Tarla Dalal
Coconut-coriander masala is a basic gujarati masala used in vegetable recipes like oondhiya, walor muthia nu shaak, turiya paatra etc.
26 Nov 07
Soya Methi Theplas by Tarla Dalal
Very famous gujarati delicacy that is usually made with wheat flour and besan, i modified with adding soya flour and it yet tastes the same. Methi is the key ingredient that imparts the unique taste of theplas and mask the flavour of soya flour. Fresh curds renders softness to the theplas, make them ....
10 Jun 16
Pesto Dhokla, Basil and Walnut Rava Dhokla by Tarla Dalal
Dhokla, the ever-popular Gujarati
snack, gets an Italian
makeover in this recipe. A quick-fix dhokla batter made with semolina, is perked up traditional Italian pesto paste, which is a blend of basil, walnuts and garlic perk ....
14 Jun 16
Dabeli Bhajiya by Tarla Dalal
Dabeli is Gujarat’s answer to vada pav. It is a sandwich-like snack in which bread is perked up with a sweet and spicy potato filling. Dabeli Bhajiya is an interesting variant of this favourite street food, wherein the potato packed bread is deep-fried to make crisp bhajiyas, and served with peppy c ....
26 Jan 17
Lilva Kachori, Winter Fresh Toovar Kachori by Tarla Dalal
Lilva Kachori is a traditional kachori made with a stuffing of fresh toovar and green peas perked up with ginger and green chillies.
A dash of lemon adds to the chatpata taste of the stuffing, making this a really exciting snack to bite into on a cold winter’s day.
The flaky and crisp kachor ....
26 Apr 17
Quinoa Muthia by Tarla Dalal
Muthia is an all-time favourite snack of the Gujaratis. A spiced dough is shaped into cylinders by gripping the dough between the palms, which is what gives it the name ‘muthia’ or fist.
These muthias are then steamed and tempered with seeds and curry leaves to get an aromatic and delectably tas ....
16 May 12
23 Nov 14
Rangoon Na Vaal ( Gujarati Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Rangoon na vaal is a wholesome yet effortless preparation of field beans. The use of varied ingredients like jaggery, imli, chilli powder and ajwain imparts a unique sweet and sour tang to this dish. Soaking is very indispensable, so plan accordingly.
20 Aug 11
Mooli Muthias by Tarla Dalal
Steamed radish dumplings make a delicious and nutritious snack. Radish is one vegetable that most of us ignore inspite of it being a very good source of calcium, vitamin A and C and fibre. This recipe is a delicious way to include this much-ignored vegetable in your diet. If you don't want to make ....
20 Aug 11
Rice Bhakri by Tarla Dalal
A Maharashtrian friend of mine shared the basic recipe of these bhakris with me. While I was making them at home one day, I tried adding some grated carrots, mint and coriander to add colour to these bhakris. Not only did it add colour to the rotis but the freshness of the mint and coriander complem ....
23 Jul 09
Methambo by Tarla Dalal
Methambo is one of the best known pickles. Gujaratis are great consumers of all sorts of sweet and spicy pickles, with methambo being one of their favourites. Mustard seeds and round red chillies are first added to the oil, then the mango pieces dressed with turmeric powder and salt are sautéed til ....
16 May 11
Kaju Kopra Sheera ( Mithai) by Tarla Dalal
With striking similarities in flavour and colour, powdered cashewnuts and grated coconut get along very well in this exciting sheera. Rich in feel and flavour, this Kaju Kopra Sheera turns out wonderfully well if you sauté the ingredients carefully till they shed their rawness and start giving out a ....
22 Feb 00
Khandvi by Tarla Dalal
A favourite Gujarati 'farsan'. Can also be served as a snack at teatime.
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