Indian cuisine encompasses a wide variety of regional cuisines native to India. Given the range of diversity in soil type, climate and culture, the cuisines across regions vary significantly from each other. Every cuisine and almost every region, uses its own available spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits. Indian food is also heavily influenced by religious and cultural choices, traditions and festivals that are passed on from generations.

A traditional Indian diet in India typically consists of dals, vegetables, fruits, grains, dairy products and more. In this section you will find more than 1000+ main course recipes spread over North Indian Vegetarian Recipes, South Indian Vegetarian Recipes, Rice Recipes, Non Veg Recipes and much more. Below are some of the collections.

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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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Capsicum In Coconut And Peanut Gravy Recipe

Capsicum In Coconut And Peanut Gravy is a delicious gravy recipe which you can make for your everyday food. Flavours of Capsicum come out very well along with peanuts. Addition of coconut makes the gravy rich and nourishing. You can also pack this for your lunch box with parathas and your choice of raita. Serve Capsicum In Coconut And Peanut Gravy Recipe along with Tawa Paratha and Palak Raita for your everyday meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Capsicum Recipes which ...

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Coorg Style Kumbala Curry Recipe (Pumpkin Sabzi)

Coorg Kumbala Curry Recipe (Pumpkin Sabzi) is an authentic dish from Coorg where in diced pumpkins are simmered in a coconut base resulting in a creamy, mildly spicy, tasty curry. The mild flavor of Cumin seeds and garlic enhances the flavor of the curry. Serve Coorg Kumbala Curry Recipe (Pumpkin Sabzi) with Akki Rotti Recipe (Spicy Gluten Free Rice Flour Flat Breads ) and steamed rice. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Kerala Kootu Curry Recipe (Pumpkin with Desi ...

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Mughlai Aloo Matar Gobi Recipe

Mughlai Aloo Matar Gobi as the name suggests is a typical Indian side dish higher on spicy side with the flavors of Ghee, Curd and fried onion. If you are planning Indian menu for the party than this dish would fit in well and compliments almost all kinds of dals, curries. During winter cauliflower and green peas are abundantly available in market so this recipe could be tried during the season with the best of local produce.  Serve Mughlai Aloo Matar Gobi along with Phulka and Tadka raita ...

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Udupi Style Ash Gourd Coconut Curry Recipe

Udupi Style Ash Gourd Coconut Curry Recipe is a quick coconut based curry made from Ash gourd. Coconut being the main ingredient used in most of their cooking in Udupi, the curry has a strong flavor of coconut as well the roasted spices which gives out a wonderful flavor and aroma. Ash gourd in other words called as winter melon, it has a good amount of minerals and Vitamins. A good amount of ash gourd in your diet will help in curing thyroid disorders, will also help in reducing cough and cold. Serve ...

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Shahi Dal Recipe

Shahi Dal Recipe is a creamy and rich dal made from whole urad dal. The dal also has soaked almonds for the crunch and is then topped with sautéed onions, tomatoes, cumin seeds and red chili powder on top.  The dal is so easy to make and can be served along with any Indian breads like phulka, thepla and tawa paratha to enjoy your lunch meals. It is so comforting as well and can had with a just a steamed rice topped with some ghee. Serve the Shahi Dal Recipe along with phulka, Manipuri Style ...

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Potato And Peas Curry Recipe In Coconut Milk Gravy

Potato And Peas In Coconut Milk Curry Recipe is a delicious and mildly spiced curry cooked in coconut milk. Potatoes and Peas are perfect match and a crowd pleaser. The coconut milk adds a mild sweetness to the curry and in this recipe we have used freshly made coconut milk using Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder, which makes it really easy to make the coconut milk.  Serve the Potato And Peas Curry Recipe In Coconut Milk Gravy along with Phulkas for a weeknight dinner along with Carrot Cucumber ...

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Arbi Jhol Recipe -Uttar Pradesh Style Colocasia & Lotus Seeds Sabzi

Arbi Jhol Recipe is Uttar Pradesh Style Colocasia & Lotus Seeds Sabzi prepared without onion and garlic. But at the same time, this sabzi is so flavourful that you will make this recipe often. Everyday spices and kasuri methi makes this gravy recipe packed with flavours. Makhane are usually used during fasting days in recipes where you don't use garlic and onion. Serve Arbi Jhol Recipe - Uttar Pradesh Style Colocasia & Lotus Seeds Sabzi with Pudina Tawa Paratha, Baingan ...

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Fansi Muthia Nu Shaak Recipe - Green Beans With Gram Flour Dumplings

Fansi Muthia Nu Shaak Recipe is a very famous Gujarati Recipe that has a stir fried green beans and muthia that are made from roasted gram flour. Muthias are nothing but dumplings that add a different texture to the dish when added. These are most commonly used in Gujarati cuisine and are made instantly with just gram flour, chilli powder, salt and shaped into small medium sized cylinder by using your hand. The recipe has simple flavors and spice powders that you can prepare for your everyday cooking. Did ...

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Chettinad Keerai Mandi Recipe With Amaranth Greens

Chettinad cuisine is usually associated with its aromatic and spicy recipes. However, there are a few interesting recipes that are simple and flavourful, cooked in the Chettinad household's every day. Chettinad Keerai Mandi Recipe With Amaranth Greens is one of those simple dishes cooked on a regular basis. Mandi means the leftover water after washing the rice in Tamil. The recipe uses very basic ingredients found in the kitchen, yet turns out to be pretty flavourful. The use of coconut milk is optional ...

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Masoor Dal Makhni Recipe

Masoor Dal Makhni is a delicious, creamy and healthy lentil recipe. Masoor Dal is considered to be very healthy as compared to other lentils. It is a mildly spiced nutrients enriched dish which is perfect to serve for a weeknight dinner. Masoor Dal Makhni is best served along with rice or whole wheat Lachha paratha and green salad. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Dal recipes such as Dal Banjara Panchmel Dal Navrang Dal  

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Beetroot Paneer Curry Recipe In Coconut Milk

Beetroot and Paneer Curry in Coconut milk is a delicious combination of steamed beetroot and paneer. It makes a perfect curry to be served along with rice or even phulka's. The flavors of the vegetable have lovely South Indian notes, with the addition of curry leaves and ginger along with baby onions. Make this curry for a weeknight dinner for those busy work weeks. Did you know: Beetroot is of exceptional nutritional value; especially the greens, which are rich in calcium, iron and vitamins ...

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No Onion No Garlic Cabbage Kofta Curry Recipe

The festivals are arriving and this is the time when some particular religious communities quit eating Onion and Garlic. As India is a multi cultural country, hence their are certain casts who never intake onion garlic, such as Jainism. In Jain community the intake of Onion and Garlic is strictly prohibited, or anything that grows beneath the soil is not acceptable to eat. Thankfully our food culture is so vast that for every ingredient we have some substitutes ready. Hence making a No Onion No Garlic ...

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Tadkewali Masoor Dal Recipe - High Protein Masoor Dal Recipe

Tadkewali Masoor Dal Recipe is a simple recipe made in a pressure cooker with the most basic ingredients. The masoor dal is soaked for a couple of hour and then pressure cooked along with the ginger garlic onions and simple masalas and given a hing and red chilli tadka. Did you know, that Whole Masoor (Red Lentils) is rich in fiber and protein and is great for people are suffering from cholesterol, diabetes and also people who are looking to lose weight. Masoor dal is a very important part of vegetarian ...

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Panasa Pottu Pappu Koora Recipe - Jackfruit & Dal Curry

This wholesome, Panasa Pottu Pappu Koora Recipe is an Andhra style dry sabzi made using raw jackfruit and moong dal.  Moong Dal with the goodness of jackfruit is very nutritious. Cooked jackfruit and moong dal is given the South Indian tempering which adds a flavour to this dish.  Did you know: Raw Jackfruit is great for diabetic patients? Clinical Research have found that raw jackfruit has a much lower glycemic load than rice and wheat. That means, when you replace a cup ...

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Cheesy Aloo Paratha Recipe

Aloo parathas are Indian Potato Flatbread made from whole wheat flour and stuffed with a spicy mixture of onions and potatoes. These Parathas are a bit different from the usual aloo parathas. They are stuffed with a combination of potatoes, onions and cheese. You will love this twist to the routine aloo parathas. Serve Cheesy Aloo Paratha along with Boondi Raita and Dhaniya Pudina Chutney for a filling breakfast or serve it for weekday dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Paratha ...

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Kerala Style Taroo Root Curry Recipe (Colacasia)

Kerala Style Taro Root Curry uses Arbi  which is widely used across India in various ways. This Kerala style Taro Root curry is made using fresh coconut and is classically served with steamed rice. Malabar tamarind is traditionally used as a souring agent, which also helps in destroying the allergens, if any, from the starchy tuber. Though it has a distinct smoky flavor, you can substitute the Malabar tamarind with dried Kokum skin or the regular tamarind.  Serve Kerala Style Taro ...

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Pui Shaager Chorchori Recipe - Mixed Vegetable Curry With Malabar Spinach

Pui Shaager Chorchori Recipe is a traditional Bengali vegetable side dish that can be made for your everyday meals. In Bengali Chorchori means a combination of vegetables. Pui Shaager Chorchori is a Bengali combination of vegetables like Malabar Spinach, Potatoes, Pumpkin, Radish and Eggplant, all cooked well in panch phoran masala. This recipes usually uses mustard oil which gives it a distinct yet flavourful taste. If Malabar spinach is not available, one can make do with the regular spinach ...

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Kerala Style Vendakkai Pachadi Recipe (Okra in Coconut Curry)

Pachadi is an essential side dish at any Kerala Sadya (Grand feast), whether it is a wedding or a religious holiday or a birthday. Pachadi is a side dish made from different vegetables like ginger, cucumber, pineapple, lady’s finger, bitter gourd or ginger. The traditional Vendakka Pachadi uses deep fried okra/ lady's finger. But my version of Kerala Style Vendakkai Pachadi Recipe uses baked okra making it healthier with very less oil. A Pachadi usually uses only yogurt for the gravy but I ...

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Urulai Kizhangu Masiyal Recipe (Potatoes in a Tangy lemon and Ginger Gravy)

Urulai Kizhangu Masiyal Recipe (Potatoes in a Tangy lemon and Ginger Gravy) is a very classic tamil brahmin dish that is eaten along with puri's or chapatti. As a child I would not eat any potatoes apart from my favorite urulai kizhangu roast (potato roast), but now that I am all grown up and eaten things as bland as a leaf, I just love this dish. I love this dish for it tangy lemon and ginger flavors that get so well absorbed by the potatoes. The dish is made healthy using less oil, spiced just ...

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Chapor Ghonto Recipe (Bengali Mix Vegetable With Lentils Patties)

Chapor Ghonto, a vegetable mishmash gets an elevation by addition of lentil patties. Ghonto refers to any vegetable mish-mash. Why the name 'chapor'? The lentil patties added in this dish are purposely irregular in shape and pressed with hand while shallow frying.  These round shaped lentil patties are patted and pressed with fingers while making these so the name Chapor Ghonto. A wide variety of vegetables, like pumpkin, ridged gourd, eggplant, potato, pointed gourd, taro roots can be added ...

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Senai Kizhangu Gotsu Recipe - Spicy & Tangy Yam Curry Recipe

Senai Kizhangu Ghostu Recipe (Spicy & Tangy Yam Curry Recipe) is a comforting recipe made with chopped yam that is pressure cooked with tangy and spicy curry. Yam is a wonderful root vegetable that will help as a cooling agent. It is the best vegetable to fight against any cold or flu. Serve the Senai Kizhangu Ghostu Recipe (Spicy & Tangy Yam Curry Recipe) along with Ven Pongal for a wholesome dinner or a Sunday lunch. If you are looking for more Yam recipes here are some :  Chena ...

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Konkani Style Mooga Ghushi Recipe-Sprouted Whole Green Gram In Tangy Coconut Gravy

‘Mooga Ghushi’ is a sprouted green gram-coconut based tangy gravy, another traditional delicacy of the Konkani community of Mangalore in the southern part of India. ‘Moogu’ in Konkani is green gram and ‘Ghushi’ is a standard coconut masala of this Konkani cuisine; a blend of coconut, tamarind and roasted red chillies with a seasoning of mustard seeds and curry leaves or crushed garlic. Serve Mooga Ghushi with hot steamed rice or phulkas with a Carrot and Beans Thoran (Subzi ...

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Vazhakkai Milagu Kootu Recipe - Plantains Pepper Curry

Vazhakkai Milagu Kootu is a delicious recipe of plantain stem,cooked in a curry made from freshly roasted masala, that adds great flavours to the curry. Kootu are essentially a part of the elaborate South Indian meal platter, where the vegetables are cooked with or without lentils in a coconut based masala.  Serve this Vazhakkai Milagu Kootu, along with Steamed Rice and Jeera Rasam for a simple meal for a weekday lunch. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Kootu recipes Pattani ...

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