204 No Onion No Garlic Gravy Recipes From Across India

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Onion and Garlic, are two very common ingredients that is used in Indian Cooking. Addition of onion and garlic in any recipe makes it more flavorful and delicious. But, there are many people who don't prefer using these ingredients in their cooking, especially the Jain community due to religious reasons. Some might not use because of allergy issues or some people might not like the taste and texture of the same. We also avoid food with onion and garlic during our Fasting days. 

'Therefore, here we have lined up some delicious and inviting No Onion No Garlic Curry Recipes from across the India, that includes both North Indian and South Indian Recipes. There are simple everyday Curry recipes to some delicious Kofta Curry Recipes that you can make for your house parties, special occasions or weekend meals. There are also some mouth watering South Indian Curry Recipes that can be made on Festivals.

In North Indian households, most of the gravies have base of Onion and Tomatoes, but we can make the gravies without these two ingredients also. You can use some of the substitutes such as Almonds, Cabbage, Cashew Nuts, Bottle Gourd, Bell Pepper etc. These additions, not only add a nutrition value to the recipe, but also brings a great taste as well. These ingredients are chopped and roasted well in the oil or ghee and then pureed when it becomes slightly cold. This is a great way to make Curry Based Recipe if you don't want to include Garlic and Onion In your meals.

One more way to make a No Onion No Garlic Curry is to use Curd/Yogurt. It gives a nice tangy and creamy taste and texture to the dish. Many South Indian dishes uses Curd, Coconut or Peanut as the base to make their Curries such as Mavinakayi Menasinakai Curry, Nendra Pazham Pulissery, Peerkangai Pal Kuzhambu etc. 

If you are looking for some delectable No Onion No Garlic Curry Recipes, then you can give these easy to make recipes a try and let us know how you liked it?

1. No Onion No Garlic North Indian Curries:


2. No Onion No Garlic South Indian Curries