Stuffed Bhavnagri Chillies, Bharela Moong Dal Marcha
These delectable moong dal stuffed chillies can double up as elegant starters and also make a great side vegetable when served with dal and rice. Bhavnagri chillies are a large variety of mild green chillies. You can substitute these chillies with capsicum if you like!
Stuffed Bhavnagri Chillies recipe | Indian Subzi Recipes | by Tarla Dalal | Tarladalal.com | #4331
Who does not love Poha! An everyday food of Maharashtrians, Poha is loved all over the country and often enjoyed as a breakfast of snack. Here, the regular Poha recipe has been adapted for bread cubes. A traditional tempering and veggies like onions, tomatoes and capsicum transform the bread cubes into a sumptuous Veg Bread Poha, which is enhanced further by the addition of peppy garam masala. Indeed, this satiating snack is something that both kids and adults will love, and it i...
The Chilli Paneer Stir-Fry gets its attractive flavour from a combination of vinegar and oriental sauces like chilli and soya. Make sure you use fresh and succulent paneer to make this dish, so that it rem...
Chiili Paneer Or How To Make Chilli Paneer Recipe recipe | Stir Fry Recipes | by Tarla Dalal | Tarladalal.com | #22692
Corn, Spinach and Rice Balls ( Fun Food For Children)
An innovative snack of cooked rice, luscious sweet corn kernels and healthy spinach bound together by cheese and thick sauce, coated with batter and bread crumbs, and deep-fried till crisp. The Corn, Spinach and Rice Balls feature a perfectly crisp top layer and a luxuriously soft interior, which makes the overall effect wonderful beyond words. Indeed, a great starter for a grand meal.
Pamper your desi streak with this Masala Aloo Subzi, which is bursting with flavour yet so easy to prepare. Everyday ingredients like chilli powder, coriander powder and lemon juice together with a simple tempering of jeera perk up the potato strips, transforming them into a really spicy treat.
Masala Aloo Subzi, Spicy Potato Vegetable recipe | Indian Microwave Recipes | by Tarla Dalal | Tarladalal.com | #2760