TRS Recipes

Pakoras

Crispy and golden pakora teamed up with hot ‘masala chai’ is a great combination. Enjoy Anjula Devi's mouth-watering pakora along with your family or friends. The taste and aroma of the pakora will make your get-together a memorable occasion. Note – no water is added to create these pakoras, only the water naturally drawn from all of the fresh ingredients.

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Vegan Beetroot Curry

This veganuary, try out Anjula Devi's Beetroot Curry. Fresh beetroots, tossed with authentic spices and coconut milk make this curry a colourful delight.

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Indian Chicken Curry

Made with the authentic flavours of Asia's finest spices, Anjula Devi's Indian Chicken Curry is perfect for every occasion.

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Tamarind rice

A deliciously tangy rice dish made with chana and urid dals, infused with the flavour of tamarind.

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Aachari wale aloo baingan

An easy and tasty main dish made using TRS spices by Sunita Rai, the winner of TRS Lovers of Flavour Diwali competition on Lyca Dil Se.

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Tandoori Masala Chicken

There is nothing like the earthy, lip smacking taste of Tandoori Masala Chicken.

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Toor Daal with Coconut

There are two varieties of this daal, oily and non-oily. The oily variant has a longer shelf life. Toor daal is a good source of carbohydrates and also high in dietary fibre.

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Roasted Kala Chana

Roasted kala chana is one of a very popular snack.

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Maa Ki Daal

This dish originates from the Punjab region, from the 'langar' - the name given to the free community kitchen at the temple.

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Chana Daal with Rosecoco Beans

Chana daal, also known as Bengal gram, is a staple food in the Indian diet. It has a very low glycemic index. It is low in fat, high in protein and contains iron, B vitamins and calcium.

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