No Onion No Garlic Dry Sabzi Recipes From Across India

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In our everyday cooking, we tend to eat onion, garlic and spices, but when we talk about Sativik food onions and garlic is not included. We mostly associate no onion no garlic recipes with Jain Recipes or Ayurvedic Recipes. Here we have a collection of No Onion No Garlic Dry Sabzi Recipes from across India that you can make and enjoy with your meals.

During most festivals such as Navratari and other fasting days, people in Indian eat a no onion and garlic Vegetarian Diet. According to Hinduism, you cannot offer food to the God if it has onion and garlic in it. No Onion No Garlic Aloo Makhana Sabzi Recipe is a delicious side dish Recipe that you can make and serve during Navratri. Sukha Kala Chana Masala Recipe is also a No Onion No garlic Recipe which is mostly served as Ashtami Prasad. No Onion No Garlic recipes like Makka Cholam Sundal Recipe and Karamani Sundal Recipe are South Indian Navratri Naivedyam Recipes.

According to Ayurveda, onions make people irritable and garlic disturbs sleep and drains energy as both these ingredients cause heat in the body. If you are suffering from constant headache, lack focus and have a bad digestive system then you should try follow a No Onion No Garlic diet to live a healthier life. 

The Recipes made without onion and garlic tastes just as delicious. No Onion No Garlic Vegetarian Recipes are easy to digest and light on your stomach. They use less oil and can be prepared quickly. So go ahead and try these simple and tasty Recipes and enjoy. 

1. North Indian No Onion No Garlic Dry Sabzi Recipes

2. South Indian No Onion No Garlic Dry Sabzi Recipes

 

Shruti Prasad

Shruti Prasad

     
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