Tata Sampann Recipes: Mooli ki Kofte

Tata Sampann Recipes: Mooli ki Kofte

We often come across dishes prepared with radish (mooli) bulbs, but it’s not as common to see recipes that use radish leaves. Radish leaves however, are extremely nutritious as they are a good source of dietary fibre, vitamins and minerals. They also have laxative and diuretic properties. As compared to roots, muli leaves possess higher levels of proteins, calcium and ascorbic acid. They also have antioxidant and anti-cancer properties. It is believed that consumption of radish leaves may help reduce blood pressure levels. Incorporate these healthy greens into your menu with this delicious kofta curry recipe by Raksha ki Rasoi.
Tata Sampann Recipes : Besan ki Tikki

Tata Sampann Recipes : Besan ki Tikki

Tikkis are everyone’s favourite. Often served as starters to a meal or a snack, tikkis are crispy fritters or croquettes that pair well with chutney or ketchup. Primarily made out of potatoes, tikkis are also a popular street snack available all over North India. Different versions of tikki also serve as a base for street food favourites dishes such as chaat and ragda pattice.

Tata Sampann Recipes - Sabut Masoor Ki Dal

Tata Sampann Recipes - Sabut Masoor Ki Dal

Masoor is a wholesome ingredient filled with nutrition. As lentils are a good source of protein for vegetarians, a dal is almost always a part of balanced vegetarian meal in India. Many kinds of dals are used in Indian cuisines in various forms – toor dal, moong dal, urad dal, and masoor dal along with their whole versions. Whether split or whole, these dals are an easily available ingredient which can help you meet your nutritional requirements.