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Recipe# 6408
01 Jan 1900

 
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# 4829
01 Jan 1900

 
Methi Moong Dal Subzi by Tarla Dalal
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You can eat healthily and yet enjoy some of the favourites. Here's a classic example of cooking a subzi like methi with just a teaspoon of oil for 2 people.
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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# 37842
13 Feb 13

 
Methi Pithla ( Healthy Subzi ) 
by Tarla Dalal
A simple maharashtrian delicacy, rustled up in a jiffy to enrich your diet with iron and folic acid.
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Recipe# 22431
01 Jul 05

 
Methi Tofu by Tarla Dalal
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Methi peps up even the simplest of dishes! This is no exception. Add salt to the methi and squeeze it well to remove the inherent bitterness of the methi leaves. You can even salt and squeeze the methi and store it in the freezer for days or even months; just defrost and use whenever you want. Just ....
Recipe# 1394
01 Jan 1990

 
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Recipe# 22197
01 Jan 1900

 
Mushroom and Green Peas Curry 
by Tarla Dalal
Very popular with my grandchildren, this curry is best relished with steaming hot phulkas. Both mushrooms and green peas are a storehouse of nutrients like fibre, zinc, potassium, folic acid etc. Making zero oil subzi is not as difficult as it may sound, as it does not totally prevent you from addin ....
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Recipe# 32827
01 Jan 1900

 
Nutritious Tendli and Matki Subzi ( Know Your Dals and Pulses ) by Tarla Dalal
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A thoughtful variant of the simple tendli subzi made with sprouted matki and soya granuales. Soya granuales enrich this subzi eith its protein, calcium and iron content.
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Recipe# 5543
01 Jan 1900

 
Oriental Soya and Babycorn Stir-fry by Tarla Dalal
Stir-fries are always on top of my list, when it comes to healthy cooking, to monitor the amount of fat used. I have chosen soya nuggets because of their decreasing nature of LDL (bad) cholesterol and baby corn to give the needed crunch without any amount of fat.
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Recipe# 22436
09 Dec 13

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Palak, Methi and Corn Subzi 
by Tarla Dalal
You can't do without enough calcium and iron throughout the nine months of gestation. All great sources of calcium - fenugreek, spinach and curds add a distinctive flavour to this corn subzi, helping you ensure your baby is born with strong bones.
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Recipe# 22420
01 Jul 05

 
Panchkutiyu Shaak by Tarla Dalal
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Gujarati shaak with a fresh green masala! Oh, you don't like green colour? No problem, just skip the coriander and coconut and you're left with a red masala. Do as you choose! Either way, there is not much compromise on the recipe's nutrient value, which is thanks to the healthy combination of veggi ....
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Recipe# 6403
21 Jul 11

 
Paneer In Spinach Sauce ( Healthy Subzi) by Tarla Dalal
This vibrant green gravy is chock-full of vitamin a, calcium and iron. Low fat paneer or tofu (soya paneer) adds to its protein and calcium content.
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Recipe# 5568
02 Oct 13

 
Paneer Lababdar by Tarla Dalal
Low fat paneer cubes in an aromatic, spicy gravy with sautéed onions, this vegetable is sure to be the talk of your meal. Ensure that the paneer has maintained its softness, though. To master the art of making low fat paneer in your own kitchen. This subzi makes a perfect combination with oat and sp ....
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Recipe# 1370
16 Jan 14

 
Paneer Methi Palak ( Low Calorie) 
by Tarla Dalal
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A vegetable, usually made with lots of oil and butter is made healthy by cutting down on the oil used. Paneer providing protein along with methi and palak, which are rich in fibre and vitamin a makes this recipe a healthy version for all healthy buffs!!
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