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 focussing 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 Coconut Banana Oatmeal Porridge, Mushroom Curry, Onion Cheese Pepper sandwich, Spicy Aloo Chutney Sandwich, Pasta Aglio Olio, Khichdi With Fresh Spices 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.
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 - Bread, Cheddar Cheese, Mozzarella Cheese, Black Pepper Powder, Oregano, Butter, Chana Dal, Methi Leaves, Dry Red Chillies, Quinoa, Mint Leaves, Cloves, Cinnamon Stick, Cardamom Pods, Ghee
- TUESDAY - Poha, Curry Leaves, Peanuts, Coriander Leaves, Lemon, Carrot, Capsicum, Curd, Cucumber
- WEDNESDAY - Instant Oats, Banana, Fresh Coconut, Honey, Milk, Pasta, Olive Oil, Parsley Leaves, Parmesan Cheese, French Loaf, Herb Butter
- THURSDAY - Eggs, Instant Coffee, Vanilla Ice Cream, Split Yellow Moong Dal, Boondi
- FRIDAY - Ragi Flour, White Urad Dal, Ginger, Button Mushrooms, Garam Masala Powder
- SATURDAY - Idli Dosa Batter, Chana Dal, Almonds, Potatoes, Beetroot, Chaat Masala Powder
- SUNDAY - Rice Sevai or Idli Rice, Sesame Oil, Baby Potatoes, Pearl Onions, Bay Leaf, Kashmiri Red Chilli Powder,
Breakfast - Sandwich
One of the easiest sandwich you can make and is also a perfect sandwich when you don't have any vegetables in your fridge.
Dinner - Dal and Quinoa
Rich in Iron and Protein, this Chana Methi Dal is very easy to make and also provides you the required nutrition. Serve it with Pudina Quinoa, which is also high in protein. You can also make plain quinoa with this Dal.
Breakfast - Poha
Poha is a very common breakfast in North Indian households, as it is easy to make and is tasty too. This Kanda Poha is made Maharashtrian Style, in which we have used peanuts too.
Dinner - Mixed Rice and Raita
Filled with the goodness of carrot and capsicum, you can make this easy and tasty rice for your everyday meals. You can add vegetables of your choice to make this Pulav. Serve it along with Tomato Onion Tadka Raita.
Breakfast - Porridge
Some people find porridge boring, but you can always make it interesting by adding your favourite fruits in it. Here we have added banana and pomegranates, but you can also add fruits of your choice.
Dinner - Pasta and Garlic Bread
Aglio Olio is the easiest and yummiest Pasta you can make for your weeknight dinner. You just need Pasta, Olive Oil and some herbs to make this delicious Pasta. Serve it on its own or along with a Garlic Bread.
Breakfast - Toast and Coffee
This is one of our favourite breakfast to make, as it is very easy and you need just four ingredients, eggs, bread, salt and black pepper. Serve it with a yummy chilled Cold Coffee in this hot weather.
Breakfast - Upma
Ragi Flour is considered very healthy and you should definitely include it in your everyday diet. But how, then make this Upma and serve it along with a South Indian Chutney of your choice or have it on its own.
Dinner - Curry, Roti and Salad
Make this easy Mushroom Curry for dinner and serve it along with Phulka. You can serve this Curry with anything from Rice, to Broken Wheat, to Quinoa to Parathas. Along with it make this Khamang Kakdi, which is a very simple salad that you can pack for you snacks too.
Breakfast - Dosa, Chutney and Coffee
Well, Saturday calls for a holiday and that calls for a delicious and satisfying breakfast. So why not putting a little more effort to make our weekend breakfast. Try this Ghee Roast Dosa, which is very easy to make. you can make batter at home or can use store bought batter and serve it along with Chutney and Coffee.
Dinner - Sandwich
Looking to spent a cozy night home with your favourite movies, then make this spicy SandwichPotato Chutney Sandwich to satisfy your hunger pangs.
Breakfast - Sevai
If you like Lemon Rice, you will definitely like this Lemon Sevai. It is made with Rice Sevai, that can be bought from the market. Very easy to make, gets ready under 20 minutes.
Dinner - Aloo Puri
Inviting friends at home for dinner? Then make this Aloo Puri combination. This is an one pot Aloo Sabzi that is lip smackingly delicious. Serve it with Puri, but you can also avoid the frying and serve it with Phulka or Tawa Paratha. It tastes great with Rice too.