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. These North Indian Sabzi Recipes are made healthy, using local ingredients and healthier cooking techniques. You will find traditional and fusion healthy sabzi recipes  - Bharwa 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.

Bhindi Masala Recipe - Bhindi Tamatar Ki Sabzi

The Bhindi Masala Recipe is a simple and quick recipe that you can make in a jiffy for a weeknight dinner. All you need is Bhindi (Okra/lady's finger), tomatoes and onions and a few basic spices. The Bhindi is first cooked along with onions and the chopped tomatoes are added once the bhindi is three-fourth cooked. Full of flavour and taste, this Bhindi Masala can be made quickly to be packed into your office lunch boxes as well.  Bhindi has many health benefits and rich in folic acid and Vitamin ...

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Matar Masala Tofu Recipe

This is a low-fat vegan recipe, extremely delicious to taste for those who have already introduced tofu in their daily diet. For others who already know the important nutritional values of tofu but still thinking how to introduce in the main course then this recipe will help them find a way to balance with native Indian taste. Here it is used as a substitute for paneer recipe. Tofu, a component in Asian cuisine has gained much popularity due to its high protein content that simply help ...

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Kashmiri Style Paneer Masala Recipe

Kashmiri Style Paneer Masala Recipe is a made with toasted paneer cubes soaked in tomato and yogurt gravy flavored with whole some spice. Kashmir Cuisine uses a lot of whole spices in their gravy and prefer to have a rich gravy texture.The gravy is usually had along with Kashmir Style Mudor Pulao which makes it a perfect lunch meal. Serve Kashmiri Style Paneer Masala Recipe along with Kashmiri Modur Pulao with pomegranate to enjoy your Sunday Meal.  If you are looking for more paneer ...

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Goan Style Brinjal Bharta Recipe

Traditionally Goan Brinjal Bharta Recipe is cooked by roasting brinjals on charcoal. But the brinjals also can be grilled on a grill or directly on the gas by keeping a wired mesh. I have roasted it on a wired mesh in this recipe. You can also roast in an OTG. Goan Style Brinjal Bharta Recipe tastes delicious due to the addition of finely chopped onion and tamarind. The tangy taste of tamarind makes this recipe truly delicious. For a no onion and no garlic version, simply avoid the addition of chopped ...

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Gujarati Vaghareli Mag Recipe - Whole Green Moong Dal Sabzi Recipe

Jain Style Whole Green Moong Dal Sabzi Recipe is a dry moong dal dish which uses absolutely no onion and no garlic, making it a Jain dish as the name suggests.   Vagharela in Gujarati means tempered with seasonings like mustard, cumin, ginger and the like. Steamed mung beans when seasoned with green chillies and ginger along with a gentle squeeze of lemon makes this sabzi flavourful. With a little planning, making this dish for a hearty morning breakfast will become a breeze. Did You ...

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Rajasthani Kachri Phali Ki Sabzi Recipe -Wild Cucumber And Beans Sabzi

Kachri is a wild variety of cucumber that resembles a brown yellow small melon.They come in different shape and size. Kachri Phali Ki Sabzi Recipe (Wild Cucumber And Beans Sabzi) is famous recipe in Rajasthan. It is easy to make and can be made with few ingredients and hence can even be made on weekdays. Serve Kachri Phali Ki Sabzi Recipe (Wild Cucumber And Beans Sabzi) along with Phulka, and Smoked Dal Makhani Dhaba Style for a weekday lunch. If you like this recipe, take a ...

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Nawabi Mixed Vegetable Gravy Recipe

Nawabi Mixed Vegetables Recipe is a mildly spiced and rich dish without the use of cream in it. It is quite flavourful and simple to cook. It is easy to prepare and has a very royal taste to it. Serve Nawabi Mixed Vegetable Gravy at one of your house parties lunch menu along with rotis, Pudina tawa paratha or jeera rice. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Gravy based recipes such as Gobi Ke Kofte Dimer Malai Curry Amritsari Chole  

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Soya Methi Palak Ki Sabzi Recipe

Soya Methi Palak Ki Sabzi Recipe is made from soy protein chunks along with spiced and pureed spinach and fenugreek leaves. Adding soybean to makes this dish high in nutritional value, as soybean is fabulous source of protein. Full of goodness of the green leafy vegetables and the soya bean this is a great recipes that can be packed into your office lunch box as well. Did you know: Spinach is one the many green leafy vegetables that have been recommended by nutritionist over the years ...

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Sarson Ka Saag Recipe - Classic North Indian Saag Recipe

Sarson Ka Saag Recipe is a very traditional winter recipe from North India made from a mix of greens like mustard leaves, spinach leaves and bathua. The most important greens for this recipe is the sarson, also known as mustard. I sometimes combine it along with spinach and methi as well or sometimes just spinach, based on the availability of the greens.  Did You Know: The Mustard are loaded with vitamins and nutrients along with phytochemical properties, that are ready to help you combat free ...

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Almond and Cashew Nut Mushroom Curry Recipe

Almond and Cashew Nut Mushrooms Curry Recipe is delicious, very simple and delicious recipe that you can make for parties. It is a very Indian taste with flavors coming from the spices and herbs. Serve the Almond and Cashew Nut Mushrooms Curry along with a Broccoli Pepper Pulao, Papad for a weeknight dinner or even make them for your parties. Here are more recipes with almonds  Ragi Almond Soup Recipe Braided Almond Roll Recipe Guilt-free Amaranth, Dates and Almond Ladoo Recipe ...

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Himachali Pahari Auriya Kaddu Recipe - Himachali Tangy Pumpkin Sabzi

Himachali Pahari Auriya Kaddu Recipe (Tangy Pumpkin Dry) is a delicious stir fry made with chunks of pumpkin, the recipe contains the flavours of panch phoron and tanginess from the amchur powder and ground mustard seeds. The pumpkin is stir fried along with some ground raw rice and mustard seeds which gives in the added crunch to the whole dish. The addition of mustard oil also add in the extra touch. The dish is mainly famous among the pahari cuisine which is famous in the snow cap mountain regions. Serve ...

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Matar Paneer Recipe - Paneer in Peas Gravy

Matar Paneer Recipe is an all time favorite North Indian dish. The combination of peas, tomatoes and paneer gives this dish a subtle sweetness which enhances the taste of this flavored dish. The recipe works perfectly well with frozen peas which is tossed in butter. Serve the Matar Paneer along with hot Phulka smeared with ghee along with Indian Sliced Salad and Lacha Pyaz for lunch or dinner. See more of our interesting Paneer recipes: Paneer And Badam Milk Recipe Non-Fried Corn & Cheese ...

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No Onion No Garlic Black Eyed Beans Curry Recipe

No Onion No Garlic Black Eyed Beans (Chawli/Lobia/Cow peas) Curry is a tasty side dish usually served with Roti or Rice. This simple, quick no-onion/garlic recipe is made by cooking the nutritious beans with some flavourful spices and hence can be served for religious festive fares too. Groundnut powder adds taste and helps to thicken the gravy. Serve No Onion No Garlic Black Eyed Beans Curry with Roti or Rice and a Kachumber salad on the side for a wholesome weekday meal. If you like this recipe, ...

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Kumror Chokka Recipe - Kaddu Kala Chana Sabzi | Pumpkin Chickpea Curry

The Kumror Chokka Recipe is a classic Bengali dish which is packed with flavours from panch phoran masala and spices and cooked in mustard oil. Kumror means pumpkin in bengali and is a very commonly used vegetable in the Bengali Cuisine. Pumpkin is a very nutritious vegetable, that is low in calories, rich in Vitamin A, potassium, manganese and lots of other essential minerals.  Serve Kumror Chokka along with Cholar Dal and Bengali Luchi for a delicious and wholesome meal. If you like ...

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Dahi Wale Tinda Ki Sabzi Recipe - Apple Gourd in Yogurt Curry

Dahi Wale Tinda Ki Sabzi Recipe is a light and delicious sabzi that takes only 20 minutes to make. It is packed with simple flavours and when cooked along with spices, yogurt and besan it makes it very refreshing and tasty. Tinda also known as apple gourd, is a versatile vegetable that is popularly cooked in a couple of ways -- the small round ones are usually stuffed with masala or the larger ones made as a simple onion tomato curry. Dahi Wale Tinda here, is easy and quick to make but is a hearty ...

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Bihari Shakarkand Bhujiya Recipe - Spicy Sweet Potato Sabzi

Bihari Shakarkand Bhujiya Recipe is a simple delicious recipe prepared with sweet potatoes, regular potatoes or for that matter arbi as well. This sweet potato is tossed in a kadai with cumin and green chillies along with the touch of turmeric powder and salt. They typically make these Aloo Bhujia really crispy on the outer and soft on the inner, making it like an Indian French fry, which is not deep fried. Prepare this Bihari Shakarkand Bhujiya and serve with Whole Wheat Lachha parathas and Boondi ...

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Potala Rasa Recipe (Oriya Style Parval Sabzi)

Potala as you all know is the Odia name for Parwal or Pointed Gourd and Rasa means gravy. In this recipe, Parwal is cooked with coconut, poppy seed and cashew nut gravy and all spices to give the dish a rich feel. This curry is mainly made during religious festivals when the uses of onion and garlic food is prohibited. The stuffing makes it irresistible for kids to say no to this. Serve Potala Rasa along with Tawa Paratha, Phulka or Steamed Rice for a delicious weekday lunch or dinner. If you like ...

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Gujarati Sev Tameta Nu Shaak | Sev Tamatar Ki Sabzi Recipe

Sev Tamatar Ki Sabzi also known Sev Tameta Nu Shaak in Gujarati is a delicious recipe made from sev cooked in a tangy tomato gravy. This sabzi is made popularly during the festival of paryushan parva when roots and other vegetables are not included in the diet. Chunky tomatoes are stewed in turmeric and asafoetida which gives it a unique flavor and finally garnished with crispy Sev. Serve the delicious Jain Style Sev Tameta Nu Shaak along with freshly made Gujarati Thepla for lunch or ...

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Bharwa Lauki Recipe - Stuffed Bottle Gourd

Bharwa Lauki is a stuffed gravy dish which is prepared with the combination of creamy gravy and stuffed paneer bhurji. You can give this recipe a try as it is an easy way to make your family eat a regular vegetable with a twist and this recipe will definitely change your view to Bottle gourd. Who knows it may beat any of your favourite recipes?  Serve the Bharwa Lauki along with Lahsuni Palak Dal, Palak Raita and Phulka for an everyday meal. If you like this, you can also try other Stuffed ...

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Bhey Vangan Saag Recipe - Sindhi Style Lotus Stem Spinach Brinjal Sabzi

The Bhey Vangan Saag is a traditional Sindhi dish with lotus stem as the star ingredient. The dish is a medley of vegetables that include Bhey (lotus stem), Vaangan (brinjal), Saag (palak) and Aloo (potatoes), and some Indian spices which makes it a very nutritious meal in itself. It is a sattvic dish that uses no onion and garlic. It can be paired with either rice or phulkas or both.  This dish is highly significant in Sindhi weddings and is a part of a pre-wedding meal.  Serve Bheey ...

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Kashmiri Dahi Baingan Recipe

Kashmiri Dahi Baingan Recipe is a lip smacking dish where the eggplant is diced and cooked in a simple yogurt gravy, which ideally is the Kashmiri style of cooking.  The recipe calls for the dahi baingan to be cooked in mustard oil that lends a lovely aroma and flavour to the dish. All the spices added in the dish like the fennel seeds, dry ginger powder, cardamom seeds are not overpowering and complement the roasted brinjal beautifully. Kashmiri Dahi Baingan has a just a few steps of cooking ...

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Ringna No Olo Recipe - A Kathiyawadi Gujarati Style Roasted Eggplant

Ringna No Olo Recipe is char roasted brinjal delicately flavored with ginger and spices. Ringna No Olo is a classic dish made from roasted brinjals and when combined with green chillies, ginger and spices they release flavors that are absolutely delectable. This dish known as Baingan Bharta in some regions of India, is prepared in a similar way with subtle variations. The family favourite of savoring Ringna No Olo Recipe dish is along with Bajra Na Rotla or Bhakri and Gujarati Kadhi or Fajeto. If ...

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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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Mugachi Usal Recipe -Spicy Moong Sprouted Sabzi

Mugachi Usal Recipe is one staple food in a Maharashtrian home. This recipe is made from moong sprouts that are steamed and given a tadka with green chillies, ginger and coconut. Moong dal is high in protein and this recipe is a quick and simple recipe that you can make. Moong sprouts are also low in calories, have fiber and B vitamins, and deliver a boost of vitamins C and K. Follow this link How to make Sprouts at Home to make sprouts easily at home. Serve Mugachi Usal ...

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