Category Archives: Vegan
Lady’s finger or ladies finger (okra) curry is a flavourful curry prepared from tender lady’s finger and mild spices. Here I have prepared this subzi in south indian style by using grated coconut and coconut oil. It goes well with rice as well as rotis. Onions can be added to this curry to intensify the flavour. Ladies
Methi pakoda is a healthy Indian snack made from fresh fenugreek leaves, gram flour, onions, asafoetida and mild spices. They are not only nutritious and crispy but also rich in iron due to goodness of fenugreek leaves. Methi pakoda is a quick and easy to make pakoda recipe and can be had as an evening snack with a
Sprouted moong pakoras is a quick and easy snack or pakora recipe made with sprouted green moong. It is a healthy, crunchy and delicious teatime snack which is best enjoyed with green chutney or tomato sauce. Sprouted moong is very rich in proteins, fibre and other nutrients. Adding curry leaves and ginger gives a nice aroma and taste to the pakoras, You can either the sprout the green moong at home or it is readily available in small packets in the super markets. You can use these for making instant and healthy pakoras when you have unexpected guests at home or simply enjoy them with your family as a teatime snack.
Aloo tamatar sabzi is an easy and quick curry made with potatoes and cooked in tomato gravy. It is prepared without the use of onion and garlic. Aloo tamatar sabzi is an ideal side dish for vrat ki roti during Navratri or fasting days. It can be done in a jiffy as the ingredients required are easily available at home. This side dish is a very comforting food and is best served with rotis or puris. Do try this tangy and delicious aloo tamatar sabzi recipe and enjoy with rotis.
Baingan ka bharta is a very delicious and popular North Indian dish made from large brinjals which is grilled over an open flame or fire. This gives the dish a unique smoky flavour and good taste to the dish . The roasted brinjal is then mashed and cooked alongwith onions and tomatoes and mild spices and served along with rotis, naans or phulkas. Baingan ka bharta is very simple to make too as it does not require too many spices. It tastes best with minimum spices added to it.
Methi carrot pulao is a very healthy and delicious rice recipe and a good way to include greens in your diet. It can be had as a one pot meal along with raita or papad. Methi carrot pulao is very easy to prepare and tastes nice too. This recipe is a very healthy way to include fibre and iron in your food.
Matar chole is a very good side dish for chapatis, rotis or naans. When green peas and white chickpeas are cooked alongwith spices, it gives a unique taste to the dish. You can also use normal dry peas instead of green peas for this recipe. Matar chole is quick and easy to make too once the boiled chick peas and peas are ready. Do try this recipe and enjoy with hot rotis or naans.
Beetroot is a simple and quick stir-fry recipe which is a good accompaniment for rice. Beetroot is low in fat and full of vitamins and minerals. It is a natural blood purifier. It is also rich in fibre and helps to lower cholesterol levels too. So try this simple stir fry recipe and include it in your daily diet..
Potato cauliflower curry or aloo gobi is a North Indian dish made with potatoes, cauliflower, onions, tomatoes and cooked in Indian spices. It is a very quick and simple recipe and goes well with rotis as well as steamed rice.
Bread rolls is a very tasty and crispy rolls made with mashed potatoes and mild spices and deep fried. It can be eaten whole or served with sauce or any chutney of your choice. Bread rolls is very easy to prepare and a perfect afternoon snack with tea.