Early Life of Tarla Dalal
Born in the year 1936 in Pune, Maharashtra, Tarla Dalal has penned above 100 books in the field of cooking. She specializes in the sphere of Indian cuisine, especially Gujarati cuisine and her cooking shows like 'Cook It Up With Tarla Dalal' and 'Tarla Dalal show' have enabled her to impart abundant lessons about cooking to her national and international audiences.
Tarla Dalal's Rise to Fame
'The Pleasures of Vegetarian Cooking' was her debut cookbook, and it was published in the year 1974. Besides composing books, this veteran Indian cook also ran a food website and published a bi-monthly magazine referred to as 'Cooking & More'. Tarla Dalal conducted cooking classes in the year 1966, from her home, soon after which she began writing her first cookbook. Her books have been translated into numerable languages like Gujarati, Marathi, Hindi, Bengali as well as foreign languages like Dutch and Russian. In the year 2007, Tarla Dalal commenced her cookbook series known as 'Total Health Series'.
Works of Tarla Dalal
Cooking Specialties of Tarla Dalal
Tarla Dalal has various kinds of food recipes to her credit, including the ones which are essential for ensuring good health, regional foods of the country and also several forms of foodstuffs meant for providing nutrition to children, pregnant women and patients suffering from different kinds of ailments. One will come across mouth-watering cuisines which involve Maharashtrian, Gujarati, Punjabi, Rajasthani, South-Indian, Italian and Chinese. Intricate details related to healthy salads, soups, desserts, low-calorie diet food items and cuisines for high blood pressure patients have been provided by Tarla Dalal. 'Apple Jalebi', 'Kaju Pista Rolls', 'Honey Noodles with Vanilla Ice Cream', are some of her celebrated cuisines widely appreciated throughout the country.
Personal Life of Tarla Dalal
Tarla Dalal had married Naveen Dalal in the year 1960 and shifted to Mumbai following her marriage. However, she resided in an apartment which is located on Napean Sea Road in South Mumbai, after the death of her husband in 2005. They had three children. On 6th November, 2013, Tarla Dalal died, on account of a heart attack.
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