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Gattas or "gatte" are gram flour dumplings that are spiced up with dry masalas and then steamed and cut into small bite sized pieces. They are used to make a wide variety of dishes like subji, pulao etc. This dish is made using a yoghurt based gravy and dry masalas to create a mouth-watering recipe that will complement both rice and parathas. Another version of the gatte ki kadhi is made using an onion and tomato based gravy is usually prepared in the winter when vegetables are easily avail...

A low calorie subzi for health freaks! This subzi is a double dose of health as it is not only low cal but also made using soya oil, soya granules, fenugreek etc. which are high in vitamin A and calcium. Low fat milk (99.7% fat free) is easily available in the market, however you can make skimmed milk (low fat milk) at home by boiling the milk and removing the cream; repeat this twice and your skimmed milk is ready. Milk helps to pep up the flavour of this dish as well as moistens the subzi. ...

Bateta nu shaak is one of the most popular gujarati foods, made in almost every household. A wonderful combination of sesame seeds, curry leaves and ginger-green chilli paste giver a very distinct flavour to the otherwise bland potatoes. Lemon juice and coriander added towards the end really perk up the dish. It tastes best when served with dal and rice.

A popular leavened bread of exquisite taste cooked in a clay oven (which is known as a “tandoor” and is known to have originated in persia). The tradition carries on even today in modern day iran and several north indian homes. I have added some pounded mint leaves to the naan dough to enhance the flavour and appearance of this bread. I have also made smaller sized naans so that they can be cooked faster.

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Have you ever imagined steaming paneer?! in this innovative recipe, a collection of vegetables and dill leaves add colour to the dumplings, while oats and semolina add the crunch. The temptation multiplies when complemented by the spicy sauce.

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You are sure to be using cowpea, and even its vegetable, quite commonly in your cooking. Have you ever tried using its leaves, which are a storehouse of vitamin c and iron? chawli bhaji is a simple but tasty preparation of chawli greens. A puree of the greens tempered with a traditional combination of mustard, urad dal and chillies that is very common in south indian cooking, results in a brilliantly tasty and healthy accompaniment.