Category Archives: Vegetable – dry

Tendli Aloo (ivy gourd with potato) subzi recipe- Tindora sabzi recipe – Tindora aloo masala

Ivy gourd or tendli  vegetable is regarded as an excellent source of protein and fiber and high content of vitamins.  Ivy gourd has the ability to control blood sugar levels in a natural way. Hence it is highly recommended for diabetic patients to assist them in a strong way. Tindora aloo subzi is a very quick

Carrot stir-fry – carrot palya – carrot poriyal – carrot subzi recipe

Carrots are cruncy powerfood rich in Vitamin A  and has got lot of health benefits like beautiful skin, cancer prevention, improved vision and anti-aging.  To get the maximum benefits,  it can be eaten raw, just boiled or  steamed. Carrot subzi or carrot palya is a simple and healthy south indian recipe and serves as an excellent side-dish for steamed

Sprouted green moong sabzi recipe

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

Lady’s finger (okra) sabzi recipe

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

Spicy cauliflower masala recipe

Spicy cauliflower masala is a easy and quick to make curry and a perfect accompaniment for rotis or rice.  It is another simple  and delicious cauliflower curry recipe which is a dry subzi.  This subzi can also be used as a stuffing for sandwiches or chapati rolls. Prep Time : 15 mins Cook Time : 20 mins

Methi subzi or bhaji recipe or how to make methi subzi recipe

Methi or fenugreek leaves contains protein, fibre, vitamin C, niacin, potassium and iron. Methi has been found to lower cholesterol and triglycerides and it also helps increase good cholesterol levels in the body. So do try to include methi in your regular diet. Methi Bhaji prepared with fresh green methi leaves is a very simple, easy and healthy recipe prepared with fenugreek leaves, onions, tomatoes and mild spices. With minimum use of spices it helps bring out the flavor of fenugreek. Methi subzi is slightly dry making it ideal to be served as side dish for rotis, chapatis or steamed rice. Other delicious recipes using fenugreek include Methi Rice and Methi Matar Malai Curry. While fresh methi is a good choice for using in these dishes, you can also go for dried methi, known as kasuri methi, to make these delicious fenugreek recipes.

Fenugreek leaves (methi) stir-fry recipe

Fenugreek leaves gives you all the goodness associated with green vegetables. It is a good source of iron and rich in fibre content. Inspite of so many benefits, people avoid eating fenugreek because of its bitterness. The solution is to either add the fenugreek leaves to foods like dals, curries or mix it with the flour to make tasty methi parathas. Fenugreek (methi) stir fry is a easy and quick vegetable made with fenugreek leaves, split yellow moong dal and coconut. It serves a good side dish for rice. I add sugar at the end to reduce the bitterness of the leaves and benefits be utilised to the fullest.

Beetroot stir-fry recipe

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..

Banana/plantain stem stir fry recipe

Plantain stem fry or vazhathandu poriyal is a very healthy and tasty vegetable made with banana stem and spiced mildly and garnished with grated coconut. Plantain stem contains dietary fibre which helps in normal bowel movements, thereby reducing constipation problems. Plantains have more vitamin A than bananas which helps in enhancing skin complexion. Plantain stem stir fry is also very easy and quick to make and can be included in your daily diet.

Raw banana stir fry recipe

Raw banana stir fry is one of the simplest and quickest recipe to make and it goes well as a side dish for rice and sambar. Raw banana stir fry also called as vazhakkai poriyal is a South Indian delicacy made with raw banana, red chillies, grated coconut and curry leaves. Now for the recipe…