Dal Dhokli| Stew of Dal and Wheat Flour Noodles

Dal Dhokli| Stew of Dal and Wheat Flour Noodles
Comments : 71 Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Brunch, Curry, Daal or Lentils, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Gujarati Cuisine, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, legumes, Meal, Pressure Cooked, Protein Rich Dishes, Protein Rich Food, Rajasthani Cuisine, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Toor Daal, Whole wheat on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Dal Dhokli is a Gujarati dish made by boiling wheat flour noodles in a pigeon pea stew. In Maharashtra, it is called Varan Phal (Marathi: वरण फळ), or Chakolya (Marathi: चकोल्या). The dish is popular in Marwar region of Rajasthan but the Gujaratis enjoy their Sunday morning meal with Dal Dhokli. Dal Dhokli is a
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Freshly Baked Methi Crackers| Baked Methi Mathri #Bread Bakers

Freshly Baked  Methi Crackers| Baked Methi Mathri #Bread Bakers
Comments : 48 Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Baked, Besan, Crackers, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Fried to Fav, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Methi/Fenugreek, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Snack, Vegan, Whole wheat on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Fresh Methi Crackers Baked ( Baked Methi Mathri) is a healthier baked version of the Indian savoury cracker Methi Mathri. A Mathri is a deep-fried snack that is made from refined flour. However, here I have used whole wheat flour and chickpea flour and baked the mathri.  The addition of fenugreek or methi leaves increases the
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Falafel|Popular Falafel with Chickpeas

Falafel|Popular Falafel with Chickpeas
Comments : 4 Posted in : Appetizer, Arabic Cuisine, Bachelor Recipes, Cuisine, Deep Frying, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Egyptian Cuisine, Healthy food, Israeli Cuisine, Kid Friendly, legumes, Protein Rich Food, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Starter on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Falafel made in the traditional way is a great vegan dish and a great source of protein. Fried falafel fritters go well with hummus and tahini sauce or with toum, a Middle Eastern garlic sauce. Apparently stuffing the falafel in pita pockets was an idea of Yemenite Jewish immigrants to Israel and is it a
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