North Indian Cuisine is very vast and each region in across north india, has something special to offer. The cuisine is spread across Awadhi cuisine, Bihari cuisine, Bhojpuri cuisine, Himachali cuisine, Kashmiri cuisine, Kumaoni cuisine, Mughlai cuisine, Punjabi cuisine, Rajasthani cuisine and Cuisine of Uttar Pradesh. 

Each of these cuisines have their own special twist to a recipe and many of them have got their influences from Central Asia.

In this section you will find 100's of recipes from across various regions of of North India. The North Indian Sabzi Recipes are made healthy, using local ingredients and healthier cooking techniques. Find traditional north indian dry sabzi recipe and fun fusion north indian dry sabzi recipes like - Bharva Bhindi, Lauki Tamatar, Achari Aloo, Baingan Bharta, Kaddu Sabzi, Arbi Sabzi, Bharva Karela, Drumstick leaves sabzi, Suran ki Sabzi, Beetroot Sabzi, Carrot Sabzi, & much more.

Rabodi Ki Sabzi Recipe

Rabodi Ki Sabzi is one of the oldest traditional dish from Rajasthani cuisine. Rabodi is made from buttermilk and makai. When makkai is in season and available in plenty, people make this rabodi and store it in air tight containers. To cope up with harsh climate conditions in Rajasthan, people make this rabodi and use it when there is scarcity of vegetables to cook. Rabodi Ki Sabzi is simply rabodi soaked in water until tender and cooked in curd with other basic Indian masalas. You can serve this ...

Lilve Ki Sabzi Recipe (Green Chickpea Curry)

People from Rajasthan make different types of dishes using green chickpeas but Lilve Ki Sabzi is quite popular in almost all the households which is usually served with chapatis. Serve Lilve Ki Sabzi with hot steamed rice and rotis for a weekend meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Rajasthani recipes as well, Rabodi Ki Sabzi Pitor Ki Sabzi Panchmel Dal  

Tomato Onion Gravy Sabzi Recipe

Tomato Onion Gravy Sabzi is a perfect dish to cook when you are out of vegetables in your fridge. It is easy to make and tastes delicious. It is very popular in Rajasthani households and is usually cooked as a side dish along with dal. It is one of those recipes which takes less than 30 minutes to cook. Try this one and you will cook it again and again. Serve Tomato Onion Gravy Sabzi along with Gujarati Dal and Phulkas for a weekday lunch or dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try other ...

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