Tata Sampann Recipes:  Dudhi Chana Dal

Tata Sampann Recipes: Dudhi Chana Dal

Dudhi, also known as lauki or bottle gourd, features in many dishes across many Indian cuisines. It is used to make both sweet and savoury dishes. But as an everyday sabzi or curry, it rarely incites excitement amongst family members which is unfortunate as dudhi/lauki is an extremely nutritious vegetable. Along with dudhi, this recipe also uses chana dal which is full of protein and many other nutrients, which lets people enjoy chana dal benefits.

Tata Sampann Recipes: Ambe Dal Recipe - The Benefits of Chana Dal

Tata Sampann Recipes: Ambe Dal Recipe - The Benefits of Chana Dal

Ambe dal is the perfect recipe for the hot summer months. Made with chana dal, grated raw mango and a tempering of spices, this refreshing Maharashtrian dish is sure to be a hit in any home. If you want to try your hand at this dish, why not start with this yummy version by Sanjeev Kapoor Khazana?

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.
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: Iftar Treats - Shikampuri Kebab

Tata Sampann Recipes: Iftar Treats - Shikampuri Kebab

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 - Dahi Bhalle

Tata Sampann Recipes - Dahi Bhalle

Making Dahi Bhalle at home is a step-wise process requiring patience and preparation. To make urad dal dumpling, the dal has to be soaked overnight and blended well. These dumplings, known to us as the bhalle, are then soaked in water. Once they are soft, they are topped with curd, chutneys and spices.
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 Sampan Recipes - Chana Dal Modak

Tata Sampan Recipes - Chana Dal Modak

Bonny Shah 19 November 2019 This article is authored by Bonny Shah. Bonny is a Registered Dietitian and a Certified Diabetes Educator. ...
Tata Sampann Recipes: Diwali Dawat – Madgane

Tata Sampann Recipes: Diwali Dawat – Madgane

Bonny Shah 7 December 2019 This article is authored by Bonny Shah. Bonny is a Registered Dietitian and a Certified Diabetes Educator. ...
Tata Sampann Recipes: Sanjeev Kapoor – Moong Dal Kachori

Tata Sampann Recipes: Sanjeev Kapoor – Moong Dal Kachori

The quintessential Indian snack, ‘kachori’, is famous all over the world for its distinctive taste and form. Over the years, many versions of kachoris have been invented all over the country. Matar, Pyaaz and Mawa are some of the popular variations. Another form of kachori is the Raj Kachori which takes this already mouth-watering street snack to a whole new level by incorporating different chutneys, dahi, sev, sprouts etc.
Tata Sampann Recipes: Iftar Treats – Maa Chole Di Dal

Tata Sampann Recipes: Iftar Treats – Maa Chole Di Dal

Bonny Shah 6 September 2019 This article is authored by Bonny Shah. Bonny is a Registered Dietitian and a Certified Diabetes Educator. ...