Dal Dhokli

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 5 People

Dal Dhokli a traditional dish of Guajarati cuisine generally prepared with dals (lentils) and wheat flour as base ingredients. It has soft textured dhokli submerged in semi thick dal like lentil gravy and has mild sweet and spicy taste of aromatic spices and crunchy peanuts. Apart from being easy to prepare, healthy and stomach filling, this dal dhokli can be served as a one dish meal. I have used ragi flour for making dhoklis for this recipe and it turned out so yummy. Enjoy Dal Dhokli with the goodness of ragi.

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Brinji | Coconut Milk Biriyani

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 4 People

Coconut and coconut milk is widely used in Indian cuisine for ages. Vegetable brinji is a delicious one-pot vegan dish made with spices, coconut milk, rice and mix veggies. I have replaced rice with Barnyard Millet. This recipe is from Tamil Nadu. Coconut Milk strengthens immune system, promotes hair grown and its fat helps to retain the moisture of the skin. It is a healthy substitute for individuals who are lactose intolerant. It has anti inflammatory properties and antioxidants.

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Kokum Puliyohara

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Kokum is a summer fruit which is power-packed with so much nourishment.It eases acidity and improves digestion. It has anti oxidants which helps in controlling diabetes and weight loss. It cools the body and prevents dehydration. Kokum is packed with many essential vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamin B3, vitamin C and minerals such as calcium, iron, manganese, potassium and zinc. Try this simple puliyohara recipe and enjoy its health benefits.

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Fresh Tuvar | Lilva Beans Pulav

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 3 People

During winter season, we get a lot of fresh beans in India. One such beans is Lilva beans also known as Surti Papdi, Vaal or fresh Tuvar which is used in many dishes especially in Undhiyu or just spiced up Lilva tastes good with masala roti or poori. This recipe is a perfect blend of protein from Lilva, micro nutrients and fibre from other veggies, complex carbs from millets and fats from oil. Try and enjoy this simple pulav recipe during this winter season.

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Sprouts Pulav

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Sprouts are nothing but germinated seeds. Despite being low in calories, they are a rich source of nutrition and helps to control blood Sugar levels, improves digestion as they are rich in dietary fibre. They can be eaten raw as salad or can be used in various dishes. In this recipe I have used a mix of fenugreek and green moong sprouts but only one type of sprouts can also be used. When combined with the nutritious millets, the health benefits manifolds. Enjoy this simple easy recipe.

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