Tata Sampann Recipes - Niramish Chana Masala

Tata Sampann Recipes - Niramish Chana Masala

While the timeless version of kabuli chana (chickpeas) as chhole bhature shines in the limelight, there are many more versions of this high protein ingredient that are equally tasty and satiating. This recipe consists of simple ingredient and uses no onion or garlic either. Minimal ingredients ensure that the inherent taste of each ingredient stays intact while enhancing the overall taste of dish. Niramish Chana Masala is an authentic Bengali culinary creation of blogger Someshukla on her channel ‘Simple and Sizzling Recipes.’ It can be served with hot luchi (puri) or rice.

Tata Sampann Recipes - Restaurant Style Fish Pakora

Tata Sampann Recipes - Restaurant Style Fish Pakora

Pakoras are one of the most favourite snacks in India. Each household has its own favourite recipe and possibly a twist on this classic food item! These crispy fritters can be made using many different key ingredients, some popular favourites include onions, potatoes, paneer, tomato, chilli pepper, spinach etc., the list can go on and on. Along with these vegetarian options, chicken, egg, and fish pakoras are also popular options.

Tata Sampann Recipes - Tawa Paneer Tikka

Tata Sampann Recipes - Tawa Paneer Tikka

Paneer Tikka is one appetizer that features on almost every menu of Punjabi and Mughlai restaurants. Traditionally cooked in a tandoor, paneer tikka is cubes of cottage cheese marinated in hung curd mixed with tons of spices. The process of making paneer tikka is quite simple but lack of an oven or tandoor is often the main reason why many home cooks don’t attempt to make it. An easy solution to this is to use a tawa or a grilling pan on a stove top to cook paneer tikka at home.

Tata Sampann Recipes - Amritsari Pindi Chhole

Tata Sampann Recipes - Amritsari Pindi Chhole

While there are many ways to make chhole, Amritsari Pindi Chhole is a classic recipe. In its authentic version, this dish leaves everyone wanting more. It is no wonder that chhole bhature or chhole kulche is such a famous street food item in the northern parts of India. In its each form, chhole or kabuli chana, is nourishing and healthy. Kabuli chana also known as chickpeas is a rich source of protein. It is a healthy ingredient as it contains a moderate amount of calories, and many minerals and vitamins such as riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, folate and the vitamin A. Chickpeas are high in protein and fibre, which makes them a satiating food choice which may help lower appetite and reduce calorie intake at meals. When cooked with the right spices and served hot, chhole turns into a comforting meal, perfect for any occasion.

#LearnToLove Mooli Ki Sabzi

#LearnToLove Mooli Ki Sabzi

When it comes to food, we all have our favourites that we always tend to go for – as our go-to options. For some, it could be an aloo-gobi ki subzi. For some, it could be a ‘paneer pasanda’. But there’s always a karela (bitter gourd) or a tinda (apple gourd) in one’s life that is often left sulking at the back of the line in the vegetable basket. The veggies that we all love to ignore!

Tata Sampann Recipes - Potato Cheela

Tata Sampann Recipes - Potato Cheela

Potato Cheela is one healthy snack that combines children’s favourite ingredient potatoes with healthy whole wheat flour to make savoury pancakes which can be served as breakfast or a snack. It uses minimal
oil which makes it healthier than most other snacks. Lightly spiced, it is perfect for kids who don’t like spicy food. It pairs well with tomato ketch
Tata Sampann Recipes – Medu Vada

Tata Sampann Recipes – Medu Vada

Medu Vada is made using Urad Dal which has multiple health benefits. Urad dal, the main ingredient in medu vada, is rich in fibre which is known to improve digestion. It helps in maintaining sugar and glucose levels, making your diabetes much more manageable. It also provides protein, B vitamins, iron, copper, magnesium, manganese, zinc, and phosphorous. It is naturally low in fat, practically free of saturated fat, and because it is plant-based food, it is cholesterol-free as well. While medu vada is deep-fried, these benefits of urad dal ensure that it is one of the healthier fried food snacks. Use unpolished Tata Sampann Urad Dal to get these health benefits from your homemade medu vada.

Tata Sampann Recipes – Khatiya Dhokla & Garlic Chutney

Tata Sampann Recipes – Khatiya Dhokla & Garlic Chutney

Dhokla is a healthy snack made famous by the state of Gujarat in India. Made using simple ingredients, fermented, and cooked by steaming, Dhokla gained popularity as it is simple and delicious as a snack or even breakfast. There are innumerable ways to make dhokla with many different ingredients being used as the base. Some of the most popular versions of dhokla use besan (chickpea flour) as the main ingredient.

Tata Sampann Recipes – Easy Lemon Pickle

Tata Sampann Recipes – Easy Lemon Pickle

A tangy, sweet lemon pickle is a must in every kitchen. A complete Indian thali always features a pickle which is indigenous to that cuisine or part of the country. Lemon, raw mango, amla, chilies etc. are some of the most popular ingredients used to make pickles all around the country. Lemons are an extremely popular ingredient as they are versatile. Lemons blend well with spices, sugar and salt, lending its own tanginess to create a unique bouquet of flavours. Lemon pickles can be both sweet and spicy. In comparison to most other ingredients, making a lemon pickle is easier and faster.

Tata Sampann Recipes - Keema Samosa

Tata Sampann Recipes - Keema Samosa

Any list of Indian street food cannot be complete without the samosa. A snack that is available at every street corner in India is originally an import from Central Asia. But like many other foreign things, India has made it its own. Samosa is such an interesting dish that many cultures all over the world have adapted it into their cuisines. While the essence of the samosa – a delicious filling in a flaky fried crust – remains the same, the fillings range from the classic potato to feta cheese.
Tata Sampann Recipes – Tofu and Paneer Bhurji

Tata Sampann Recipes – Tofu and Paneer Bhurji

Bonny Shah 17 September 2019 This article is authored by Bonny Shah. Bonny is a Registered Dietitian and a Certified Diabetes Educator. ...
Tata Sampann Recipes: Diwali Dawat – Pindi Chole Gujiya

Tata Sampann Recipes: Diwali Dawat – Pindi Chole Gujiya

Diwali - an Indian festival where just about everything is lit up. The skies, with luminous crackers. Faces, with bright smiles. And palates, with the most diverse set of delicacies. One such delicacy is the Gujiya.