North Indian Vegetarian collection is a vast expanse where the cuisines are spread across regions of Northern India Punjab, Kashmir, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. For simplicity, in this collection you will also find recipes across Bengal, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Goa. Discover a variety of north indian recipes for main course from parathas, roti, puri, sabzi, dal, rajma, chole, biryani, kofta, curries, kadhi and much more.

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Healthy Fulkopir Paturi Recipe (Bengali Style Cauliflower Dumplings)

This Fulkopir Paturi recipe is a vegetarian twist to the traditional Bengali ‘Paturi’, which is typically made with fish. Fish are marinated with spices dominated by mustard and then steam cooked in a banana leaf. In this vegetarian Paturi recipe, 'Fulkopir' or Cauliflower is grated and marinated in a spicy paste. Since this dish is steam cooked, there is very less use of oil. The flavours of the marinade remains intact after steaming. Fulkopir Paturi is a healthy and guilt free side dish that ...

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Lauki Yakhni Recipe - Bottle Gourd In Yogurt Gravy

Lauki Yakhini Recipe is a yogurt based gravy. This gravy is different from other gravy as they don't contain garlic or onion. Lauki Yakhini Recipe Kashmiri dish where yogurt serves as the main ingredient. The gravy gets its flavor through cardamom and cloves. The dish is not too spicy and has very mild flavors. You can also try Yakhini with bitter gourd and cauliflower. Serve Lauki Yakhni Recipe along with Aamras and Tawa Paratha for an everyday meal. You can also pack this for your Lunch Box. You ...

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Malai Kofta Curry Recipe - Creamy and Healthy Paneer Aloo Kofta Curry

The Malai Kofta recipe is a delicious preparation paneer and potato balls simmered in a spiced tomato gravy. This recipe of kofta is a healthy twist to the traditionally deep fried kofta recipes that you would make. I have used the Kuzhi Paniyaram Pan to pan fry the koftas making them nutritious and tasty too. This recipe also does not use Onion and Garlic, making it a Satvik food. Serve Non Fried Malai Kofta Recipe with Tawa parathas and Mixed Vegetable Pulao Recipe and Mooli ...

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Raw Papitha No Sambharo Recipe

Raw Papitha No Sambharo Recipe is a hot papaya stir fry that is served along with Fafda and kadhi when you walk into the streets of Gujarat early in the morning. In this recipe the raw papaya is stir fried along with green chillies and salt making it absolutely refreshing and tasty for breakfast. Did you know: Raw papaya is a great fruit that holds a lot of benefits like it helps in losing weight, it is also diabetic friendly and aids is digestion. The fruit is rich in magnesium and potassium as ...

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Dill Leaves Toor Dal Recipe - Shepu/ Suva Dal recipe

The Dill Leaves Toor Dal Recipe is a delicious dal that can be cooked every day for lunch. Dill leaves is also called as Suva in Hindi, Sabsige Soppu in Kannada, Shepu in Marathi. The dill leaves incorporated into the dal helps to enhance the flavour of the dal. The dal is made in no time, all you require is a pressure to cook all the ingredients in one pot along with the addition of ghee. Dill leaves is a strong herb that helps to reduce cholesterol and is very good for digestion. It ...

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Saragva Nu Shaak Recipe-Drumstick Masala Sabzi

The Saragva Nu Shaak Recipe-Drumstick Masala Sabzi is a wholesome and delicious way to consume the healthy drumstick vegetable. We often wonder how can we use all the goodness from the drumsticks in a vegetable. And very often it either goes into a dal or into a kadhi or in a sambar. Did you know ? Drumstick pods helps to build strong bones, it is very good for pregnant women also. Drumstick pods which are known as moringa in local language is rich in calcium, Iron and vitamins. They are ...

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Pumpkin Kofta Curry Recipe

Pumpkin Kofta Curry Recipe is a lighter version of a creamy and rich kofta curry. The koftas are made from a roasted pumpkin that is mashed to form a pulp and mixed along with besan and corn meal to bind. Then these are fried on to a kuzhi paniyaram pan until it crisp up. The crispy koftas are then dunk in a yogurt based spice curry. Pumpkin is considered as squash that is rich in Vitamin C and potassium. It is also good for the heart and rich in antioxidants.  Serve the Pumpkin Kofta Curry ...

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Amritsari Sookhi Dal Recipe

Dal/ lentils is full of proteins. This Punjabi dal is made using the urad dal/husked and split black gram. Urad dal is rich in iron, calcium, magnesium, folic acid and specially beneficial for women. Punjabi Cuisine is popular for it's spiciness and this dish is no different. Lots of green chillies is used in this Dal. This dal is a traditional dish where the urad dal is cooked along with onions, tomatoes and masalas into a dry sabji.  Cilantro leaves are used generously to flavour this dish. ...

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Lauki Chana Dal Recipe | Dudhi Chana Dal | High Protein Bottle Gourd Lentil Curry

Lauki Chana Dal is a nutritious recipe that combined the Bottle Gourd and lentils making it a perfect dish for a wholesome lunch or dinner. Lauki is also known as Doodhi or Giya and one of my favorite dishes while growing up. In the South, we make Kootu with the Lauki that was cooked along with lentils and coconut. When I got married I noticed many similarities with this dish and Kootu. Both used bengal gram and bottle gourd; only that the flavors and textures were different and in no time Dudhi ...

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Kaddu Simla Mirch Sabzi Recipe - Pumpkin Capsicum Sabzi

Kaddu Simla Mirch Sabzi Recipe makes a simple and quick weeknight dinner when served along with phulka and kadhi/dal. It is a simple stir fry where capsicum and pumpkin are cooked in everyday masalas. It is very easy to make and gets ready in no time, therefore you can make it for your everyday meals or pack it in your lunch box. Serve Kaddu Simla Mirch Sabzi Recipe along with Gujarati Kadhi, Phulka and Satvik carrot Sprouts Salad for a weekday meal. If you like this recipe, you can ...

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Bengali Aloo Dum Recipe

The Bengali Aloo Dum Recipe is a delicious recipe of potatoes that are simmered in spicy tomato onion garlic and a yogurt gravy. The potato is simmered in the dum aloo masala for a good 30 minutes until all the flavors are absorbed. Aloo Dum also known as Dum Aloo is a delicious spicy and tangy recipe that is a favorite at home. Dum is a process of slow cooking on low heat where we cook the rice or vegetables in its gravy and spices in a sealed vessel simmered for a long period of time. Serve Bengali ...

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Maa Ki Dal Recipe - Punjabi Style Black Urad Dal Recipe

Maa Ki Dal Recipe which is a Punjabi style slow cooked Black Urad dal is similar to Dal Makhani in many ways, as it uses the same lentils — whole urad dal with skins and some rajma . But Maa Ki Dal has a much lighter preparation and gets its classic taste from being slow cooked over hours, which lends depth of flavour. A typical specialty in Punjabi Cuisine, this dal is often preferred over the popular Dal Makhani which is usually savoured at restaurants or a thing for celebration meals. Maa ...

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Stuffed Bharwa Tinda Recipe (Stuffed Apple Gourd)

Stuffed Bharwa Tinda Recipe (Stuffed Apple Gourd) is a wonderful Punjabi style side dish made from the tender apple gourd that is stuffed along with tomato and onion gravy and cooked in a pressure cooker till the gravy has cooked along with the vegetables. The recipe uses a tender apple gourd as it is easy to stuff in the mixture whereas the mature ones have more seeds to be removed. The apple gourd have almost 94 percentage of water which has very less calories. The vegetable is known to be very ...

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Punjabi Black Chickpea Curry Recipe - Kale Chane Ki Sabzi

Black Chickpeas or Kala Chana are rich and protein and thus provides energy to our body. These can be used to prepare curries, side dishes, stir fries, etc. Here, we have shared a flavourful and delicious recipe of Punjabi Black Chickpea Curry in which Black Chickpeas is cooked with the everyday masala. This recipe is easy to make and thus you can include it in your everyday diet. You can also pack this protein rich curry in your lunch box along with Steamed Rice and Phulka.  Serve Punjabi ...

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Lal Mathachi Bhaji Recipe - Amaranth Leaves Moong Sprouts Sabzi

Lal Mathachi Bhaji Recipe is a simple stir fry of red amaranth leaves and sprouted green moong dal. The stir fry has simple Indian Spices like red chilli powder, salt and turmeric. A slight sweetness with the use of jaggery is added to balance the whole flavour. Amaranth is a powerhouse of vitamins and Iron. It is considered as a super food. On the other hand green sprouts are rich in protein, fiber and antioxidants. This recipe is a delicious and healthy indian diabetic sabzi recipe. Serve the ...

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Sindhi Kadhi Recipe

Sindhi Kadhi Recipe is a smooth, silky curry with vegetables and it is made by gently roasting besan or chickpea flour and adding a mixture of dal and vegetables to it. Usually an assortment of vegetables is added, this recipe uses okra which is predominantly added to Sindhi Kadhi. It has a flavour palette of tangy, sweet, sour tones and makes a delicious, comforting gravy. Serve Sindhi Kadhi Recipe with Steamed Rice and Sindhi Tuk Patata for a lovely meal. If you like this recipe, you can ...

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Oriya Style Ghanta Tarkari Recipe (Mixed Vegetables Curry)

Ghanta Tarkari is a signature Odia recipe where variety of vegetables are cooked with soaked pulses and legumes in huge quantities and distributed among neighbors. Due to the presence of so many vegetables, the nutrient content of this curry is also high. This mixed vegetable dish from Odisha is somewhat similar in the lines of Aviyal of Kerala or Undhyoo of Gujarat. Though this curry is made during festivals throughout the year, but the Ghanta which is prepared the next day on the occasion of Dwitbahana ...

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Methi Aur Kache Kele Ki Sabzi Recipe-Fenugreek Greens & Raw Banana Stir Fry

Methi Aur Kache Kele Ki Sabzi Recipe is a stir fry recipe made from Fenugreek Greens & Raw Banana. These main ingredients are sauteed in a tadka of onions, tomatoes, ginger garlic paste and then combined with simple spices like red chilli powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder. This is one of the many ways in which you can include fenugreek in your diet. Remember to soak the raw banana in water until they are used since they will brown when they are exposed to air. The bit of bitterness ...

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Kashmiri Style Chokh Vangun Recipe - Baingan Masala

Chokh Vangun Recipe is a very popular eggplants dish from the Kashmiri Cuisine. The baby eggplants are first fried in mustard oil and then cooked in a spicy tart tamarind based gravy. The dry ginger and fennel seeds powder adds a very rustic flavour to the dish. It is a little time consuming, however the delicious eggplant dish at the end makes up for the amount of time spent making it. Serve Chokh Vangun Recipe along with Lahsuni Dal, Phulkas and Kachumber Salad for a delightful weeknight dinner. If ...

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Gujarati Undhiyu Recipe - Mixed Vegetable With Fenugreek Dumplings

Gujarati Undhiyu is a very popular and important vegetable that is made during auspicious family occasions, festivals and more importantly during the kite festival in Gujarat known as Uttarayan. The name of the dish Undhiyu means upside down in Gujarati and it is originally cooked in an earthen pot that is sealed and buried upside down in the ground and fired from above. However, with modern cooking techniques, we cook this dish using saucepans and pressure cookers. Undhiyu on a festive occasion ...

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Paka Kela Ki Sabzi Recipe | Paka Kela nu Shaak | Gujarati Jain Recipe

Paka Kela Ki Sabzi Recipe is a Gujarati Jain dish that is made from ripe bananas, that are sautéed with turmeric, asafoetida, curry leaves and chillies. The sweet and spicy combination that arises from the bananas and chillies makes it a delectable dish.  Serve Paka Kela Ki Sabzi along with of Phulka, Gujarati Dal and a bowl of dahi.  If you like this recipe, you can also try other Vegetable recipes such as Lauki Badi Ki Sabzi Recipe Malvani Kurkuri Bhindi Recipe Senai Kizhangu ...

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Healthy Lauki Kofta Curry Recipe | Non Fried Bottle Gourd Kofta Curry | Dhoodi Kofta

The Lauki/ Doodhi Kofta is a simple, healthy recipe where the koftas are not fried. Traditionally Kofta's are fried and loose it nutritive value. But in this Lauki Kofta I have pan fried them in a Non-Stick Kuzhi Paniyaram Pan and simmer the kofta's in a quick and simple spiced tomato gravy. The Lauki/Doodhi kofta’s are big favourite in my family, and considering they are non-fried gives me the satisfaction that my family is eating healthy. Serve the Lauki Kofta Curry along ...

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Turai Moong Dal Recipe - Turia Mag Ni Dal

Turai Moong Dal, also known as Turiya Mag Ni Dal, has a subtle sweetness that it gets from the ridge gourd (turai) itself. When combined with some spices and cooked along with the lentils it imparts a soft and tender texture to the palate.   Serve this Turai Mag Ni Dal/ Turai Moong Dal along with Sukhi Aloo Sabzi and Thepla that are almost necessity to be made along with this dish. Another favorite combination that we love is to pour a ladle full of Turai Moong Dal ...

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Batata nu Shaak Recipe - Aloo Tamatar Ki Sabzi

Batata Nu Shaak or Aloo Tamatar Ki Sabzi is a simple and delicious recipe made with potatoes that are simmered in a tangy tomato gravy spiced with cinnamon and coriander. Potatoes are a staple food in every Gujarati home and many other regional homes of India and this Batata Nu Shaak is an absolute favorite in every gujarati home. Not only do the Gujaratis love potatoes as a vegetable but you will notice that they use it along with other vegetables to make the dish look attractive and tasty.  Serve ...

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