Category Archives: Side dish for rotis
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 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 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 is a rich North Indian dish made from fenugreek leaves, green peas and fresh milk cream. It is best served with rotis and naans.
A very easy and simple to make side dish for rotis. Bhindi or okra is cooked in south indian style using coconut, tamarind and jaggery.
Paneer masala is a popular punjabi dish which goes well with rotis or naans. It is cooked in a spicy masala gravy.
Vegetable kurma is a popular dish in Tamil nadu. It is a combination of vegetables, spices, curd and coconut, cooked in gravy form. It serves as a good accompaniment for both rotis as well as rice.
A rich and healthy curry made with fresh vegetables and cooked in a spicy tomato gravy. It goes well with rice as well as rotis.
Bendekai palya or bhindi fry is a simple and easy to make side dish which goes well with rotis as well as rice. Amchoor powder add a unique flavor to this preparation.