Making simple, wholesome and tasty everyday meals is what most working professionals and college students long for. With many living away from home, either single or along with a partner, we are looking for easy recipes for beginners, which can get you started in the kitchen.
This is a meal plan created just for you focusing on easy Recipes For Beginners from Breakfast, Lunch/ Dinner Recipes that you can make in your kitchen with everyday ingredients which are local, fresh and easy available from local stores or from online stores like Big Basket. Grophers & Amazon prime now.
This meal plan has recipes such as Spicy Paneer Bhurji Pav Sandwich, Amaranth Leaves Khichdi, Sago Yogurt Parfait, Whole Wheat Vegetable Chilla, Baby Corn Carrot Sabzi, Pudina Quinoa, Aloo Tamatari, Oat Banana Pancakes and much more. For Breakfast, along with these recipes you can serve your favorite beverage such as Masala Chai, Adrak Chai, Filter Coffee, Espresso Coffee etc.
In this Weekly Easy Recipes For Beginners, you need some basic appliances such as
- Pressure Cooker
- Hard Anodized Kadhai/Heavy Bottomed Pan
- Tawa/Flat Skillet
- Mixer Grinder
- Paniyaram Pan
- Electric Pressure Cooker
- Sandwich Maker
There are some recipes which are made in Electric Pressure Cooker, but if you don't own one, you can make the same recipes in normal Pressure Cooker. For Sandwiches, instead of grilling it in the Sandwich Maker, you can toast the sandwich on a Tawa or Flat Pan. You can also invest in an Idli maker, as making Idlis for the breakfast is super easy.
We will also tell you the ingredients that you need to buy for recipes that is mentioned here from Monday to Sunday, so that you can shop on weekends and keep it ready. There are ingredients such as Tomato, Onion, Ginger, Garlic, Green Chillies, Cooking Oil, Sugar, Rice, Ghee, Whole Wheat Flour, Coriander Leaves, and Lemon that you must always have in your fridge. Other than this, below is an articles that will tell you what Masalas you must have in your kitchen.
Shopping Ingredients You Need To Buy This Week
- MONDAY - Foxtail Millet, Carrot, Green Beans, White Urad Dal, Curry Leaves, Yellow Moong Dal, Amaranth Leaves, Curd, Cinnamon Stick
- TUESDAY - Tapioca Flour, Apple, Banana, Pomegranate Seed Powder, Honey, Almond, Brinjal, Pearl Onions, Tamarind, Sambar Powder, Jaggery, Gingelly Oil
- WEDNESDAY - Green Bell Pepper, Mint Leaves, Peanuts, Penne Pasta, Olive Oil, Sweet Corn, Garam Masala Powder
- THURSDAY - Eggs, Mushroom, Spinach, Bread, Baby Corn, Fennel Seeds, Amchur, Fresh Coconut
- FRIDAY - Idli Dosa Batter, Shallots, Dry Red Chillies, Quinoa, Mint Leaves, Boondi
- SATURDAY - Instant Oats, Baking Soda, Baking Powder, Vanilla Extract, Butter, Strawberries, Chocolate Sauce, Potatoes
- SUNDAY - Puffed Rice, Green Peas, Lemon, Paneer, Pav
Breakfast - Upma
Healthy to eat and easy to make, this Foxtail Millet Upma is all you need to start your week. You can also add vegetables of your choice to make this Upma.
Dinner - Khichdi and Curd
Khichdi is always a comforting food and it becomes better when you get this hot bowl of Khichdi on a heactic day with a bowl of fresh curd. We have used Amaranth Leaves here, but you can use any greens to make this Khichdi.
Breakfast - Yogurt Parfait
if you are craving for something sweet for your breakfast, then you should try this Yogurt Parfait.
Dinner - Curry and Rice
This South Indian Eggplant Curry is what you need for a satisfying South Indian lunch. Serve it along with Steamed Rice.
Breakfast - Cheela and Chutney
Filled with the goodness of vegetables, you can make this Whole Wheat Vegetable Chilla try. Serve it along with Green Chutney.You can make the green chutney during weekend and store in fridge.
Dinner - Pasta
Pasta is one of those dishes that is loved by everyone and it becomes better when you have an Indian twist to it.
Breakfast - Eggs and Toast
Spinach and Mushroom is a delicious combination and when added to eggs, it becomes even more delicious. Serve this Scrambled Eggs along with Bread Toast.
Breakfast - Paniyaram and Chutney
These easy Paniyarams are a perfect Breakfast item for weekdays. You can make the Idli Dosa Batter at home or can buy it from a store.
Breakfast - Pancakes
Healthy and delicious, these Oat Banana Pancakes are very healthy and will be enjoyed by your friends too.
Dinner - Aloo Puri
Aloo Tamatari, a delicious and simple Aloo Ki Sabzi that is apt for your Saturday dinner. Make hot hot Puris to go along with it.
Breakfast - Upma
We all love Bhel Puri that is made from puffed rice, but have you ever tried making Upma from it. If not, then make it this week and enjoy your Sunday Breakfast. It tastes great with a hot cup of Masala Chai or Adrak Chai.
Dinner - Sandwich
Spicy Paneer Bhurji Pavs makes a great dinner when you are alone and want to make something that is easy and delicious. If you don't eat Paneer, you can also use Egg or Tofu to make the bhurji.