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Recipe# 22224
01 Jan 1999

 
Masala Paratha by Tarla Dalal
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This recipe is sure to tempt you to come back for another serving! Whether served as it is or with a vegetable, this is definitely a delicacy. Mashed potatoes and low fat curds make these Parathas soft and delicious, while soya flour increases its nutritive value by adding protein, iron and zinc.
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Recipe# 5287
04 Jun 14

 
Masala Rotis ( Low Cholesterol) 
by Tarla Dalal
Made with a dough of wholesome whole wheat flour and besan bound together with calcium-rich curds, this sumptuous roti is made all the more tasty and healthy by the addition of exciting and nutritious veggies like sweet corn, potatoes and spinach. It is so tasty, you do not even need a dal or subzi ....
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Recipe# 6434
01 Jan 1999

 
Masalewali Turai ( Healthy Subzi) 
by Tarla Dalal
Wonderfully seasoned but not too spicy, this ridge gourd subzi is a perfect accompaniment for parathas or rotis.
Recipe# 6206
01 Jan 1999

 
Melon Punch by Tarla Dalal
Here's a happy green coloured cleansing drink that will protect your skin from the harmful toxins and make it glow! Melons have high content of water and thus act as diuretic hydrating our body and eliminating toxins from our body. Besides melon's diuretic and cleansing power, its seeds are just a ....
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Recipe# 3550
01 Jan 1999

 
Melon Tango by Tarla Dalal
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The unusual combination of muskmelon, orange and coconut water lend a refreshing flavour to this drink. This vitamin C loaded fruity concoction has been an all-time favourite amongst my family and friends. A touch of black salt perks it up, but you can also do without it, if you prefer.
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Recipe# 3586
01 Jan 1999

 
Methi Makai ki Roti by Tarla Dalal
This roti is a simple way of disguising methi in your regular meals. Methi is an excellent source of iron and vitamin A and is really low in calories. Fresh green chillies add pungent accents to these rotis.
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Recipe# 6408
01 Jan 1999

 
Methi Mangodi by Tarla Dalal
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Substitute dairy products with low fat versions and go easy on the oil for a healthy version of this classic Rajasthani specialty.
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Recipe# 3564
14 Apr 14

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Methi Mutter Pasanda by Tarla Dalal
This recipe is an all time favourite. Puréed cauliflower perked with onion and spices imparts a creamy texture to this subji and eliminates the use of high calorie ingredients such as cream and cashewnuts. Methi has plenty of iron and vitamin a while fresh green peas provide fibre which adds bulk an ....
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Recipe# 5577
01 Jan 1999

 
Methiwali Dal by Tarla Dalal
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This dal serves a dual purpose it's extremely good for people with heart ailments along with diabetes as methi helps to control blood sugar levels. I have added ginger and garlic to this dal which gives the perfect spice effect and helps to avoid the need of oil-laden pickles. Serve hot with Stuffed ....
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Recipe# 5549
17 Oct 13

 
Mini Pizzetas by Tarla Dalal
Pizzas are usually considered to be calorie-laden. Now, here is a healthy version, made with only 1 teaspoon of cheese per pizza and a whole lot of veggies, yet maintaining the authentic pizza taste.
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Recipe# 22301
01 Jan 1999

 
Mint and Onion Chutney by Tarla Dalal
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Onions impart sweetness while lemon juice perks up the flavour of this piquant chutney. Mint and coriander provide vitamin A and C, making this an ideal accompaniment for your favourite snacks. Make the chutney in advance and store in the freezer for up to six days. Goes well with Soyabean Panca ....
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Recipe# 3600
21 Aug 14

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Minty Bean Salad by Tarla Dalal
For an accompaniment to a main dish, try this novel combination of black-eyed beans (lobhia) with a fresh minty flavour. Tomato, coriander and lemon add more tang and nutritional value i.e. vitamin A, vitamin C, folic acid and iron to this salad. Serve at room temperature immediately after tossing i ....
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Recipe# 22324
01 Jan 1999

 
Mooli Moong Dal ( High Blood Pressure) by Tarla Dalal
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White radish beautifully complements the nutrient-rich moong dal in this interesting dish. To enhance its flavour, add a dash of garlic while pressure-cooking the dal.
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Recipe# 5641
01 Jan 1999

 
Moong Dal Khandvi by Tarla Dalal
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When the hunger pangs strike, be ready with this innovative and healthy snack!
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