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568 ginger-green chilli paste recipes

Last Updated : Jan 14,2021


अदरक-हरी मिर्च की पेस्ट रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (ginger-green chilli paste recipes in Hindi)
આદુ-લીલા મરચાંની પેસ્ટ રેસીપી - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (ginger-green chilli paste recipes in Gujarati)


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Kadhi lovers will enjoy this one - a yummy combination of non-fried moong dal dumplings and the traditional gujarati kadhi, this dish is rich in protein – an essential aid to losing weight. Have with pulao or khichadi as a great way to increase the protein in your diet.
Hariyali chanki, green as its name suggests, this non-fried snack combines seven green veggies with four different flours. Rich in iron, folic acid and fibre, it assists in hemoglobin production. A great alternative to oil laden snacks – ideal for health conscious mothers who want to lose weight the ....
Moong dal khandvi, a variant of the traditional besan-based gujarati snack, this recipe imbibes the goodness of moong dal flour. The art of making this farsaan lies in spreading the mixture thinly while it is still hot. Once the dough starts cooling, it becomes tough to spread the mixture and the sh ....
Protein cup cakes, kids love attractive looking food – this variation of the traditional gujarati snack uses mixed flour and bottle gourd batter baked in muffin moulds. A yummy and protein rich treat that aids in their growth and development.
Rice panki, steam rice flour pancakes between banana leaves, and serve this farsaan to steal a gujarati’s heart! urad dal flour helps to bind the panki batter and make very thin pankis. Serve the pankis hot from the griddle, with spicy green chutney and butter.
Jowar khichu , a traditional Gujarati snack made using jowar flour, carefully chosen spices and garlic. The sesame seeds add crunch while the garlic and curds enhance the khichu’s flavour. Serve this yummy farsan wit ....
Dhoklas are favourite farsaan…usually the dhoklas are tempered or served with chutney. Here i have experimented with the style of serving by sandwhiching pav bhaji between khaman dhokla. Make sure you make the bhaji a little dry so that it can be sandwiched properly. You can use your imagination a ....
Suggested serving size for 100 calories: 2 khakhras with 1/3 cup of dip whole wheat and dill khakhras become interesting with this deliciously chilled low-fat curd dip enhanced with delectable spices. Prepare in advance, enjoy at leisure.
Worried about what to do with the leftover Parathas? If you have sprouts on hand, leftover Parathas can be magically transformed into nothing short of a delicacy.
Rajmah- a wonder bean is packed with nutrients like protein, zinc, fibre etc. Makes a nutritious, tasty and colourful combination with vitamin a rich palak. Wrap up this stir-fry in a chapatti to whip up healthy food for little fingers.
Enjoy rajmah - the Queen of beans with spinach and tomatoes. Dry mango powder has also been added for that extra zing!
This typical punjabi preparation can be found at nearly any good punjabi restaurant. Loads of greens are combined with healthy paneer and punjabi spices to form this brilliant creation. Methi lovers are sure to relish this dish to its fullest. Using both kasuri methi or dried fenugreek leaves and fr ....
Let us borrow some ideas from japanese cuisine! this healthy version of sushi is loaded with paneer, spinach, carrots, baby corn, capsicum and cucumber. Really a vitamin and mineral rich treat! make sure you roll each spinach leaf carefully so that it doesn’t break.
This version of corn and maize flour dhokla turns out well in the microwave provided you mix the batter well and add the fruit salt right in the end. Enjoy these hot, with chutneys of your choice. And do not forget the coriander and coconut garnish as any dhokla would be incomplete without it!
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