Category Archives: Side dish for rotis

Maharashtrian kadhi recipe – How to make maharashtrian kadhi recipe – kadhi recipes

Kadhi is a thick gravy based on gram flour and curd or buttermilk, sometimes served with pakoras or without pakoras.  It is often had with rice or as a side dish for rotis too.  In Gujarat and Rajasthan, kadhi is served with khichdi, rice or rotis.  Traditionally sugar or jaggery is added to the kadhi

Green peas subzi recipe – How to make dried green peas sabzi recipe – side dish for rotis

Green peas subzi is a delicious Indian recipe which goes as a good accompaniment for rotis or chapathis or phulkas.  This recipe is the dry version of the green peas subzi.  You can also use fresh or frozen green peas for making this subzi.  Green peas when mixed with spices makes up for a great

Aloo gobi matar recipe – How to make aloo gobhi matar recipe – side dish for rotis

Aloo gobi matar is a simple and easy sabzi recipe made with potatoes, cauliflower and green peas cooked with minimum Indian spices which are easily available at home.  It is a very popular vegetarian dish especially from North India.  This recipe is a onion-tomato based curry made with aloo, gobi and matar and is a

South Indian brinjal stir-fry recipe – How to make brinjal stir-fry recipe – side dish for rice/rotis

South Indian brinjal stir-fry is a quick and a light dish made with brinjals and popular in South India.  It goes well with rotis as well as rice.  Brinjals are low in calories but rich in vitamins and fibre.  Freshly ground spices added to the vegetable makes it more tasty and delicious.  It is also

Sprouts masala sabzi recipe – How to make sprouts masala subzi recipe – green moong recipes

Sprouted green moong sabzi is a healthy and nutritious sabzi which goes well with rotis, parathas and rice. Sprouted moong is high in protein and an excellent source of dietary fibre.  They are healthy for people of all ages.  Any grain when sprouted becomes easy to digest and healthy too.  You can sprout moong beans

Tomato dal recipe – How to make andhra tomato pappu recipe – Tomato pappu recipe

Dal also called as lentils or split pulses is a staple Indian cuisine normally eaten with chapathis, naans or rice.  In India, it is eaten with rice and with a wheat flatbread called roti. The manner in which it is cooked and presented varies by region. Andhra tomato pappu or tomato dal is a very popular

French beans subzi – Maharashtrian style recipe – How to make Farasbi chi sabzi – side dish for rotis

French beans subzi is a simple recipe made with French beans in Maharashtrian style with peanuts and goda masala as the main ingredients. Peanuts give a nutty taste  and goda masala gives a unique flavor to this dish.   French beans are low in calories and fat and contains no cholesterol.  The fiber content is

Gajar matar subzi – How to make gajar matar sabzi recipe – side dish for rotis

Gajar matar subzi is a healthy and easy to make vegetable and a perfect side dish for rotis, parathas or phulkas.  This sabzi is very popular and commonly made during the winter season in North India.  Fresh peas and carrots are easily available and in plenty during the winters.  This side dish is very simple

Methi besan subzi recipe – How to make fenugreek gram flour sabzi recipe – side dish for rotis

Methi besan subzi is a very tasty and nutritious subzi made with fenugreek leaves, gram flour and spices.  Spices give a nice flavor to the methi leaves and reduces the bitterness of the methi leaves.  Methi leaves are available in plenty during winter season and hence  is a good way of including them in your

Mixed dal fry recipe – How to make mix dal fry or panchmel dal recipe – Panchratna dal recipe

Mixed dal fry or panchmel dal is a dal recipe made with 5 different lentils/dals. Panch means five and this dal is a very popular dish from Rajasthan cuisine.  This mix of dals packet is easily available in most of the supermarkets in India.  The flavours of all the dals along with the spices gives