Category Archives: Salads

Tiranga salad recipe – How to make tiranga salad recipe – Indian recipes

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Tiranga salad is a healthy tricolour salad made with carrots, radish and green capsicum.   It is a very special salad prepared to celebrate Independence day in true spirit.  Tiranga salad is an ideal dish to celebrate this event.  Do give a try and surprise your loved ones with this tri coloured salad on this day..

Corn salad recipe – How to make sweet corn salad recipe – salad recipes

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Sweet corn kernels is a wholesome cereal food which is easily digested.  It is a powerhouse of antioxidants useful in preventing the ageing process.  Corn is among the few cereals that can be cooked and eaten in a variety of ways.  It has a lot of dietary fibre which helps in digestion and prevents constipation. 

Carrot moong dal salad recipe – How to make carrot kosambari recipe – salad recipes

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Carrot moong dal salad or hesaru bele kosambari (as called in Karnataka) is the  healthiest salad made from carrot and moong dal and a traditional salad of Karnataka State.  This salad is commonly served as a side dish during a wedding feast.  Lemon juice added to this salad gives a tangy taste.   Carrot moong dal

Moong sprouts salad recipe – How to make healthy moong sprouts salad recipe – healthy recipes

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Sprouted moong salad is a very nutritious and refreshing salad, which can be used as a side dish or as light meal in itself.  This recipe is very simple to make and a dish full of proteins and calcium.  It can be had as a breakfast too.  Lemon juice and chaat masala gives a nice tangy

Sprouted moong salad or moong sprouts salad recipe

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Moong sprouts salad is a very healthy and refreshing salad made with sprouted moong, onions, tomatoes and chaat masala. You can use the readily available moong sprouts available in the market or can easily sprout the moong at home itself. To sprout moong beans at home, wash and soak the moong beans with sufficient overnight or for 8-10 hours. Next day, drain all the water out with a strainer. Now cover the bowl with damp towel and place the bowl in a warm dark place. Just ensure that there is enough moisture by checking periodically. Second day you can see the sprouts coming out. You can use these now as raw in salads or boil it or have it plain or use for making a chaat.

Moong sprouts salad can be served as a starter or as a mid-day snack.