Category Archives: Side dish for rotis

Arbi ki sabji/subzi

arbi sabzi

Arbi is also called as taro root. It is called as kesavuna gedde or same gedde in Kannada or Sepankezhangu in Tamil. It is one of the finest source of dietary fibre and easily digestible. Taro is nutritious and an excellent source of potassium which is essential mineral for many bodily functions. Arbi is stir fried and mixed with spices which makes a great side dish for rice.

Shahi paneer recipe

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Shahi paneer is a very popular North Indian dish. It is prepared with paneer in a thick rich gravy made up of onions, tomatoes, almonds, badam and spices. Shahi paneer is served with rotis, naans or chapati.

Zunka or jhunka recipe

Zunka recipe

Zunka is a traditional Maharashtrian side dish, but it is also popular dish in North Karnataka. Zunka is best served with jowar or bajra rotis or even with plain rotis. Zunka recipe is a very simple dish and easy to make too. It is also called as pitla. It is a daily diet of people living in rural Maharashtra. Zunka is made by gram flour, onions and mixed with spices.

Potato capsicum or aloo shimla mirch recipe

alu shimla mirchi subji

Potato capsicum or aloo shimla mirch recipe is a very tasty and easy recipe to make. It make a good accompaniment for rotis or phulkas. Aloo shimla mirch subzi is a semi dry sabzi which is made with potatoes and capsicum and mixed with Indian spices.

Palak paneer

palakpaneer

Palak paneer is a popular North Indian dish made with spinach and cottage cheese. A good combination of rich and healthy food and perfect accompaniment for rotis, naans and pulao.

Aloo bhindi

aloo bhindi

A north indian side dish made with potatoes and ladysfinger and cooked with spices. Aloo bhindi goes well with rotis, naans or parathas. It is a very delicious and healthy dish and is very easy to prepare.

Spring onions vegetable or kandha paat bhaji

Spring onions bhaji

Spring onions vegetable is a popular maharashtrian dish made from spring onions, gram flour and spices. It is also called as Kandha paat bhaji . A simple and delicious side dish and tastes best when served with chapatis or jowar rotis.

Sweet corn paneer masala recipe

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Sweet corn is one of the finest source of dietary fibre and also contains good levels of Vitamin B complex group of vitamins. Sweet corn paneer masala is made with sweet corn and cottage cheese in a spicy gravy. A good accompaniment for rotis and naans.

Broccoli stir fry recipe

Broccoli is an edible green plant in the cabbage family. It is high in Vitamin C and dietary fibre and it has more nutrients than any other vegetable. The best form of eating this vegetable is to either boil or steam with little spices added to it. The health benefits of broccoli are very extensive. It prevents osteoarthritis, protects your skin against the effects of uv light, reduces cancer risk, protects from heart damage and lot of other benefits. Broccoli is a simply stir fry recipe made with broccoli florets, onions, tomatoes and mild spices.

Methi matar malai

methi matar malai

Methi matar malai is a rich North Indian dish made from fenugreek leaves, green peas and fresh milk cream. It is best served with rotis and naans.