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Recipe# 32606
01 Jan 1999

 
Lettuce Wraps (100 Calorie Snacks) 
by Tarla Dalal
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Suggested serving size for 100 calories: 2 wraps make the best use of aromatic basil, tangy lemon juice, spicy dry red chillies and zesty soya sauce in these remarkable lettuce wraps. Antioxidant rich veggies add loads of health as well.
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Recipe# 3543
01 Jan 1999

 
Mag na Dhokla by Tarla Dalal
Moong dal or 'mag na' dhoklas are a favourite breakfast recipe of gujaratis. Not only are these dhoklas very simple to prepare, they can also be made well in advance. To enhance its flavour and nutritive value, add some grated carrots or ground peas to the batter. Serve with low calorie green chutne ....
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Recipe# 6415
01 Jan 1999

 
Makai Paatal Bhaji by Tarla Dalal
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Corn makes an interesting companion for colocasia, providing you with nutrients like calcium, iron and fibre.
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Recipe# 5713
14 Sep 14

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Masoor Dal and Vegetable Khichdi 
by Tarla Dalal
Need an iron-boost? Go for this soothing Masoor Dal and Vegetable Khichdi! Made of a wholesome combination of dal, rice and vegetables cooked with aromatic spices, this traditional khichdi gives several nutrients including a significant amount of iron per serving. Flavourful and nutritious, this sum ....
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Recipe# 33250
01 Jan 1999

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Matki Pulao ( Protein Rich Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
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Matki pulao, this one is truly a protein treasure trove lined with the goodness of matki sprouts, this pulao is not only easy-to-digest but nutritious too. Try variations of this pulao by replacing matki with other sprouts.
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Recipe# 7467
01 Jan 1999

 
Methi and Moong Stuffed Rotis 
by Tarla Dalal
Fibre-rich moong sprouts and fenugreek are the twin pillars of these diabetic-friendly rotis, served with low fat curds.
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Recipe# 22298
01 Jan 1999

 
Methi Crispies by Tarla Dalal
Leafy vegetables do wonders for diabetics. Here they are mixed with whole wheat flour and soya flour to make a healthy snack, flavoured with sesame seeds and ajwain. Eat them with a low calorie dip of your choice or enjoy them with a cup of sugar-free tea.
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Recipe# 5693
10 Sep 14

 
Methi Dhal Koshimbir by Tarla Dalal
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A side dish that adds the extra zing to your health! This is a special dish recommended for expecting mothers to fulfill the increased demand for iron.
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Recipe# 33680
01 Jan 1999

 
Methi Ki Missi Roti ( Healthy Diabetic Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
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Onion lends that inimitable crunch and slight sweetness that perfectly balance the flavour of this roti. Just use the chopped onions as suggested – do not add salt and squeeze out the water as that will make it soft. Methi deserves equal or more credit in this recipe as it is very good for diabetics ....
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Recipe# 5708
14 Sep 14

 
Methi Leaves Sambhar by Tarla Dalal
Sambhar is a dish that is synonymous with South Indian cooking. As it is, sambhar is very nutritious as it combines toovar dal with an assortment of vegetables. While vegetables like red pumpkin, drumsticks and bottle gourd all contribute to the nutrient content of this recipe, the bumper iron top-u ....
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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# 6410
01 Jan 1999

 
Methi Pithla by Tarla Dalal
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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 ....
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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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