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 One Pot Tomato Rice, Maharashtrian Kanda Poha, Spicy Grilled Potato Sandwich, Baby Corn And Green Peas Sabzi, Spinach Rice 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, Curry Leaves, Sambar Powder, Butter, Pearl Onions, Cardamom Powder, Curd, Boondi
- TUESDAY - Eggs, Green Bell Pepper, Pav Bhaji Masala, Macaroni Pasta, Carrots, Olive Oil
- WEDNESDAY - Cucumber, Mint Leaves, Butter, Tomato Ketchup, Chaat Masala Powder, Baby Corn, Green Peas, Beetroot, Cumin Powder
- THURSDAY - Poha, Peanuts, Spinach Leaves
- FRIDAY - Idli Dosa Batter, Fresh Coconut, Chana Dal, Almonds, White Urad Dal, Dry Red Chillies, Pav Buns, Cabbage, Potato
- SATURDAY - Herb Butter, Tea Leaves, Milk, Cashew Nuts, Kashmiri Red Chilli Powder, Kasturi Methi, Bay Leaves
- SUNDAY - Vermicelli, Cinnamon Powder, Green Beans, Asafoetida
Breakfast - Bread Upma
This is a very easy recipe. If you have leftover bread, you can just saute it along with chopped onions, tomatoes and the basic masalas. It hardly takes 15 minutes to make this breakfast recipe.
Dinner - Mixed Rice and Raita
Looking for an easy one pot recipe, then give this South Indian Tomato Rice a try. Very easy to make and gets ready in no time. Serve it on its own or along with Boondi Raita.
Love eggs, but find difficult to make an omelette? Then make this Mumbai Style Egg Bhurji and serve it with a crisp toasted bread. If you don't eat eggs you can use scrambled Paneer or Tofu to make this Bhurji.
Dinner - Macaroni
Love Pasta? Then try this easy Indian fusion pasta Indian Style Masala Macaroni and we are sure you will make it again and again.
Breakfast - Sandwich
This is a very easy Sandwich to make. You can make Green Chutney during the weekend and store it in the fridge. Then you just have to cut the vegetables and add it in the sandwich and grill it.
Dinner - Sabzi, Raita and Paratha
Make this super easy Baby Corn and Green Peas Sabzi, that is very easy to make and need only everyday masalas. Serve it with this nutritious Raita and Tawa Paratha. If you don't want to make Paratha, you can serve broken whole wheat porridge along with this Sabzi and Raita.
Breakfast - Poha
Poha is a very popular breakfast that is made in almost all the Indian Households. You just have to wash the poha with water till it becomes soft and then saute it along with onions, peanuts and basic masalas.
Dinner - Pulav and Raita
This Rice has the goodness of Palak, a great source of Iron. Palak takes very less time to cook so it is apt for a weeknight dinner. Rice and Palak is a great combination and we are sure you will love it. Serve it with Tomato Onion Tadka Raita.
Breakfast - Paniyaram and Chutney
Idli Dosa Batter is easily available in the market these days. To make these Paniyarams, you just have to add some vegetables into the paniyaram and add it into the batter. Mix it well and drop into the paniyaram cavities and cook it from all sides. Serve it with Coconut Chutney which is also very easy to make.
Dinner - Pav Bhaji
This is the most easiest thing you can make in a pressure cooker. Here we have used electric pressure cooker, but the same can be done in normal pressure cooker too. Pav can be store bought and served with Bhaji.
Dinner - Curry and Roti
Want to eat something special on Saturday? Then try and make this Matar Butter Masala. You can also add few Paneer Cubes into it, if you like Paneer. You just have to make a paste of cashews and tomatoes separately and then the process is very simple. Serve it with Phulka or if you don't want to make roti, then you can also serve it with rice or quinoa.
Breakfast - Upma
Semiya is a great option to make when it comes to easy breakfast. You can also add vegetables of your choice to make this Upma.
Dinner - Sandwich
Easy and tasty, this Grilled Spicy Potato Sandwich is perfect for your Sunday dinner night. You can boil the potatoes and keep it in fridge beforehand. You can make the sandwich in a grill or can toast it in a flat pan.