Indian Curries or Gravy sabzis as they are popular known is a common and staple dish in every Indian home. The Indian curries, are packed with flavor, spice and richness that come from the authentic spice powders that get made in every Indian home. Whether you are throwing a party or cooking dinner, Indian curries make a perfect meal that goes well with phulkas, parathas, pulaos along with accompaniments like raitas, papads and pickles.

In this section you will find more than 50 best authentic Vegetarian Curry Recipes that are quick to cook and packed with flavor and taste like Malai Kofta Curry, Paneer Makhani, Kadai Paneer, Batata Nu Shaak, Avial, Methi Matar Malai, Egg Curry, Kerala Egg Roast, Puli Kuzhambu, Vegetable Stew, Vegetable Korma, Dhingri Matar, Paneer Pasanda, Bagara Baingan, Mirch Ka Salan, Poricha Kootu, Bengali Aloo Dum, Kashmiri Dum Aloo, Matar Paneer, Baingan Bharta, Aloo Matar and more.

Fusion Style Paneer Malai Makhani Recipe

Paneer Malai Makhani Recipe is a quick and simple recipe to cook for dinners or lunch boxes on weekdays. Since I love the spices of South India and Srilanka, I have fused the spices and method of cooking into this paneer malai makhani recipe. Serve Paneer Malai Makhani Recipe with Pudina Tawa Paratha (Mint Leaf Skillet Flat Bread) or phulkas with Indian Style Black Chickpea Salad Recipe for a complete meal. This Paneer Malai Makhani Recipe can also be served with pulao recipes. If ...

Reshmi Kofta Recipe in Rich Cashew Gravy

The Reshmi Kofta Recipe in Rich Cashew Gravy, is a lipsmacking gravy that is packed with the delicious kofta made from paneer, cheese and potatoes simmer in a rich tomato and cashew gravy that has a perfect blend of spices.  Serve the Reshmi Kofta Curry along with Palak Paneer, Dal Makhani, Phulka and Kadai Beans and Carrot Pulao Recipe for a perfect weekend dinner.

Bengali Dhokar Dalna Recipe

Dhokar Dalna is a signature Bengali vegetarian dish. It is lentil cake made using chana dal which is traditionally fried and simmered in a satvic gravy i.e. a gravy without onion and garlic. I have learnt the recipe from my mother. She makes amazing dhokar dalna. I have baked the dhoka instead of frying them to make it healthy and they taste as good as ever. The process is little time consuming but it is worth all the effort.  Serve Bengali Dhokar Dalna Recipe with Bengali Luchi ...

Appalam Vathal Kuzhambhu Recipe (Papad In Tamarind Gravy)

Papads in Tamarind Gravy is an easy curry which can be prepared when you run out of vegetables yet require some spicy curry for your white rice. This curry is prepared similarly to the regular vatha kuzhambhu with papads. Papads are roasted in oil and then cooked with tamarind based curry and spices. This simple curry tastes delicious with white rice and adds a spoonful of gingelly oil to make it better.  Prepare Appalam Vathal Kuzhambhu and serve it with Steamed Rice, Corn and Onion Raita ...

North Indian Style Mushroom Matar Masala Recipe

North Indian Style Mushroom Matar Masala is easy to make and is a great dish to cook for your weeknight dinners. It tastes good with parathas, phulkas and any type of pulav. You can also pack it for your or your kids lunch box. Make it as a side dish for your house parties and we are sure it will stand out among all the dishes. Serve North Indian Style Mushroom Matar Masala along with Dal Makhani and Pudina Lahsun Lachha Paratha for a weekday lunch or dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also ...

Methi Malai Matar Recipe (Fenugreek Peas Curry With Cream)

Methi Matar Malai is a north indian dish which is usually served in restaurants and road side dhabas. It is a perfect dish to cook during your house parties for main course and can be served with rotis, parathas, rice or pulavs. The rich texture and taste of this gravy will make you prepare this dish at your home again and again. Serve Methi Malai Matar along with Beetroot Thoran, Boondi Raita and Tawa Paratha for your weekday lunch or dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Methi ...

Mangalorean Mavinakayi Menasinakai Curry Recipe | Raw Mangoes in Coconut Based Gravy

Mangalorean Mavinakayi Menasinakai Curry Recipe | Raw Mangoes in Coconut Based Gravy made with roasted and ground spices with fresh grated coconut. There is a distinguished aroma emanating from the curry due to sesame seeds added to the masala. You can use any oil but coconut oil is preferred so that you can get the traditional Mangalorean taste in the recipe. This Mangalorean Mavinakayi Menasinakai Curry Recipe is a sweetish, spicy and sour gravy recipe that can be served with with steamed rice, ...

Varutharacha Mutta Curry Recipe

Varutharacha Mutta Curry Recipe is a popular Kerala dish made with eggs. The eggs are hard boiled and is cooked further in spicy coconut based gravy. This flavourful and easy to prepare egg curry can be made on weekdays. Serve Varutharacha Mutta Curry Recipe as a side dish along with No Yeast Kerala Style Appam Recipe, as traditionally served for breakfast in Kerala, or pair it up with Kerala parotta for simple dinner. If you like this recipe, here are more egg curry recipes to try Spicy ...

Kashmiri Paneer Recipe in Spiced Milk Curry - Roz Ka Khana In Figaro Olive Oil

The Kashmiri Paneer Recipe is a flavorful curry prepared by cooking fresh paneer cubes in milk flavored with cardamom and other spices. In this recipe we are cooking it along with pure olive oil making it light and healthy.  Serve the Kashmiri Paneer Recipe along with Phulka and Jeera Pulao for a quick weeknight dinner Did You Know: Cooking food in olive oil ensures that all the benefits of your ingredients are enhanced and retaining the essential nutrients. If you like this recipe, ...

Enchorer Torkari Recipe (Bengali Style Jackfruit Curry)

In Bengali the young jackfruit is called 'Enchor'. It has a subtle flavour and meat-like texture, because of that Bengalis call it 'Gach PaNtha' (fake or faux meat). Curries, chops, koftas are prepared from unripe jackfruit.  Peeling and cutting this huge vegetable is a time consuming task. Moreover the sticky sap of jackfruit makes it more tedious and difficult. During my stay in the US we used to get canned young jackfruit, those are peeled and cubed, so no trouble on that part. Though the ...

Chettinadu Style Potato Kaarakozhambu Recipe

Potato Kaarakozhambu has been a part of some of the best culinary memories of my childhood. Passed on by my grandmother, my mother has become a pro at mastering it. To me it is a vital part of my comfort food list. It is easy to make and is a great dish to make during weekend. Serve Chettinadu Style Potato Kaarakozhambu along with Steamed Rice, Beetroot Thoran and Elai Vadam for a weekday meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other South Indian Potato recipes such as Chettinad Style ...

Konkani Style Southe Koddel Recipe (Mangalore Cucumber in Coconut curry Recipe)

Konkani Style Southe Koddel Recipe (Mangalore Cucumber in Coconut curry Recipe) is an authentic recipe from the coastal region of Karnataka. It is a creamy and tangy curry simmered with Mangalore cucumber. The curry is then seasoned well with some crispy curry leaves and Crackled mustard seeds. Southe means Mangalore cucumber in Konkani and Koddel refers to coconut curry. This recipe is made preferably in the monsoon season as it is very comforting to be eaten along with some steamed rice. Serve ...

Maskasangi Magge Koddel Recipe (Drumstick and Mangalore Cucumber Curry)

Maskasangi Magge Koddel Recipe (Drumstick and Mangalore Cucumber Curry), Koddel one of the traditional curry made by people in the Konkan region. Model is basically a coconut and dry red chilli gravy that seasoned with good amount of garlic. The vegetable that is being added into the curry may vary depending on the seasonal produce. It is usually the mangalore cucumber that are locally available and it is accompanied with lentils like horse gram or black eyed peas. Serve the Maskasangi Magge Kodel ...

Matki Chi Rassa Bhaji Recipe (Maharashtrian Style Moth Beans Cooked with Goda Masala)

Matki Chi Rassa Bhaji Recipe is the Maharashtrian Styled curry of Moth Beans Cooked with Goda Masala. Goda masala is one famous spice blend used predominantly in the maharashtrian cuisine. The spice mix is pungent but not too spicy due to stone flower and the little sweetness is imparted by the dry coconut (kopra), cinnamon and jaggery used in the mix. Moth Beans are called Matki in Marathi. Matki Chi Rassa Bhaji Recipe (Maharashtrian Style Moth Beans Cooked with Goda Masala), uses sprouted moth ...

Malvani Anda Curry Recipe (Egg Curry With Spicy Malvani Masala)

Malvani Anda Curry Recipe is an Egg curry flavoured with added Spicy Malvani Masala. Malvani cuisine is known for its spicy, tart non vegetarian delicacies. Malvani masala is almost a core ingredient that is used in most recipes from that region of Maharashtra. Malvani masala is characterised by dry roasted nutmeg, coconut and stone flower with malvani chillies. Boiled eggs are cooked in a gravy made with onions, tomato, ginger garlic paste and more. Serve Malvani Anda Curry Recipe (Egg Curry ...

Assamese Boror Tenga Recipe (Vegetarian Sour Curry With Masoor Dal Fritters)

'Tenga' is a popular Assamese Sour Curry dish that is served as the last course in a traditional Assamese meal. Tomatoes, lime and  Thekera are usually used as the souring agents and this Assamese Boror Tenga Recipe is one of the types of tenga. Assamese cuisine is so vibrant and uses a lot of seasonal and locally available herbs and spices. Like the Bengali cuisine, the Pas Phoron (Panch Phoran , the five spices) are used for tempering the dishes. Whole spices  makes the dishes more flavourful. ...

Paneer Kolhapuri Recipe (Cottage Cheese In Maharashtrian Gravy With Kolhapuri Masala)

Paneer Kolhapuri Recipe (Cottage Cheese In Coconut Based Gravy) is a Maharashtrian recipe which uses authentic Kolhapuri Masala to make the gravy with cashewnuts, onions, ginger garlic paste, and tomatoes. This can be made when you have guests at home and this recipe is sure to bring you fame. Serve Paneer Kolhapuri Recipe (Cottage Cheese In Maharashtrian Gravy With Kolhapuri Masala) along with Garlic Naan Without Yeast Recipe, and Creamy Dal Makhani Recipe. If you like paneer based ...

Methi Chaman Recipe (Paneer In Dark Leafy Greens Based Gravy)

Methi Chaman Recipe (Paneer In Dark Leafy Greens Based Gravy) is one of the popular side dish recipe with paneer in the creamy fenugreek & spinach gravy. Methi leaves are used in different curries because they are so much flavorful and very healthy. This gravy is prepared by blanching equal amount of methi and spinach leaves and grinding them to fine paste for curry. The curry is prepared using mustard oil so this adds more strong flavor. Enjoy this delicious gravy - Methi Chaman Recipe (Paneer ...

Bengali Chapor Ghonto Recipe (Moong Dal With Vegetables)

In Bengali 'Chapor' means 'to pat’. As the moong dal batter are shaped by patting them and flattening them before shallow frying them, they are called Chapor. The Chapor Ghonto is a wholesome dish that is made using seasonal vegetables. It is a delicacy of the Bengali cuisine. In this recipe, the Panch Phoran is tempered in ghee and this makes this dish even more tasty.  Serve Bengali Chapor Ghonto along with Bengali Luchi and Boondi Raita for a weekday meal. If you like this recipe, you ...

Mushroom Tikka Masala Recipe (Mushroom & Bell Peppers In Spicy Tomato Gravy)

Mushroom Tikka Masala Recipe is a perfectly roasted chunks of marinated mushrooms and bell pepper in a fragrant and spicy tomato based gravy. Skillful to make and a crowd pleaser for sure. Mushroom Tikka Masala Recipe can be served for lunch or dinner along with Pudina Tawa Paratha or Butter Garlic Naan Recipe and Bharma Baingan Aur Pyaaz Ki Sabzi Recipe (Spicy Stuffed Brinjals With Onions). If you like this recipe, here are a few more recipes that you might also love Tandoori ...

Tamil Nadu Style Karamani Murungakai Kuzhambu Recipe (Black eyed Beans and Drumstick Curry Recipe)

Tamil Nadu Style Karamani Murungakai Kuzhambu Recipe (Black eyed Beans and Drumstick Curry Recipe) is recipe made without coconut as the base. The onions and fennel seeds are roasted well till it becomes golden brown and then ground into a smooth creamy paste which is then simmered with black eyed beans and drumstick. The black eyed beans is a rich source of vitamin A and dietary fibers whereas Drumsticks also has very important medicinal values which purifies blood and builds strong bones.  Serve ...

Rajasthani Govind Gatta Curry Recipe

Govind Gatta is a vegetarian curry that comes from Rajasthani/ Marwari Cuisine where the usual besan gatta is giving a royal texture by shaping it into stuffed balls and cooked in a rich curry made with mawa and curd. Govind Gatta Curry is also known as Shahi Gatte because of it's rich gravy. A perfect no onion-garlic recipe that is ideal for serving your royal guests in your dinner parties. Serve Rajasthani Govind Gatta Curry Recipe with Garlic Naan Without Yeast Recipe and Bharma ...

Mughalai Shahi Kaju Aloo Ki Sabzi Recipe

Mughlai cuisine is one of the famous cuisines of the medieval period and originated during the Mughalai empires. Their dishes are known for their rich taste, flavourful aroma and whole ground spices. The cuisine is strongly influenced by the central Asian cuisine and also the regional cuisines of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.  This Mughalai Shahi Kaju Aloo Ki Sabzi is a rich creamy curry prepared with cashews, milk, and curd. The curry is a must-have on the dinner feast as it not only shows ...

Maharashtrian Golyachi Amti Recipe (Besan Balls In Tamarind Based Spicy Gravy)

Maharashtrian Golyachi Amti Recipe (Besan Balls In Tamarind Based Spicy Gravy) is similar to gatte ki kadhi that is a popular Rajasthani preparation. But this recipe does not use buttermilk to add to the gravy; instead, spicy tamarind water is added to make the gravy which is called amti. The golyachi or the gatte of besan has a lot more spices and is round in shape. Serve Maharashtrian Golyachi Amti Recipe (Besan Balls In Tamarind Based Spicy Gravy) hot with Tawa paratha or steamed ...

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