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 Sweet Potato And Broccoli Sabzi, Pasta In Pudina Chutney, Beetroot Pulao, Matar Poha, Masala French Toast, Boondi Raita, Tamatari Chole, Vegetable Uttapam, Mysore Chutney 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.
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Shopping Ingredients You Need To Buy This Week
- MONDAY - Gram Flour, Fennel Seeds, Mint Leaves, Curry Leaves, Peanuts, Quinoa, Pearl Onions, Cardamom Powder, Ghee, Sambar Powder, Garam Masala Powder, Curd, Boondi
- TUESDAY - Poha, Green Peas, Bread, Button Mushrooms, Butter, Olive Oil
- WEDNESDAY - Biscuits, Honey, Hung Curd, Chia Seeds, Fruits (f your choice), Pasta (of your choice), Black Pepper Powder, Parsley Leaves, Spring Onions
- THURSDAY - Eggs, Milk, Red Chilli Flakes, Beetroot
- FRIDAY - Sooji, Cashew Nuts, Carrot, Enos Fruit Salt, White Urad Dal, Coconut, Chana Dal, Almonds, Dry Red Chillies, Sweet Potato, Broccoli, Cumin Powder, Kalonji
- SATURDAY - Potatoes, Tamarind, Dates, Jaggery, Dry Ginger Powder, Kabuli Chana, Cinnamon Stick, Cardamom, Bay Leaf
- SUNDAY - All Purpose Flour, Baking Powder, Vanilla Extract, Idli Dosa Batter, Green Bell Pepper, Desiccated Coconut
Breakfast - Cheela and Chutney
Besan Cheela is just like Dosa, which is made for Breakfast in almost all the North Indian Households. You just have to mix the ingredients in a bowl and make it like a Dosa on the pan on low heat so that the besan cooks all through. Serve it with Green Chutney, which you can make during weekends and store in fridge for 3 to 4 days.
Dinner - Quinoa & Raita
Here, we have made Quinoa in a South Indian Style, where we have spiced up Quinoa with tomatoes and everyday spices. Serve with Boondi Raita or plain curd.
Breakfast - Poha
Matar Poha is one of those Breakfast recipes which is very easy to make and gets ready in no time. To add some more crunch, we have added Matar in the Poha. You just have to stir fry the soaked Poha along with Green Peas and some masalas.
Dinner - Sandwich
Fix yourself this easy yet delicious Mushroom Sandwich for dinner. Here, the mushroom is sauteed along with some spices and stuffed into the sandwich.
Breakfast - Parfait
If you are craving for something sweet, then this is your go to Breakfast. You can add Fruits of your choice to make this Parfait too. We have added Strawberries and Banana in this Parfait.
Dinner - Pasta
Want to make a Fusion Pasta, then give this Pasta in Pudina Chutney a try. You can also use your leftover Pudina Chutney to make this Pasta.
Breakfast - French Toast
If you want to make something different from eggs other than Omelette and Scrambled Eggs, then give this savory Masala French Toast a try. Serve it with your favourite beverage.
Dinner - Mixed Rice and Curd
As we all know Beetroot is high in nutrition, but most of us don't know how to include it in our everyday diets other than including it in Salad. Make this super easy Beetroot Pulao and serve it along with Curd.
Breakfast - Idli and Chutney
Make this instant Idli which has carrots. You can add other vegetables also to make the Idli. Serve it with Coconut Chutney, that you can make beforehand and store in the fridge for 2 days.
Dinner - Sabzi and Paratha
Easy, comforting and quick, try this Sweet Potato And Broccoli Sabzi and serve it along with a Tawa Paratha or a Phulka. You can also serve any Raita or Aamras along with this meal.
Breakfast - Sandwich
If you love Sandwiches, then this will be your favorite because it is very easy to make. You can boil the potatoes the previous night and store in the fridge so that it becomes easy.
Dinner - Chole Chawal
Chole Chawal, it is one of the most popular street food in Delhi. This is very easy to make and you can even try it at home. Make this Tamatari Chole along with Jeera Rice and you can also serve a nice Summer salad along with this meal.
Breakfast - Pancakes
Sunday calls for a Breakfast in Bed! You can try this simple Pancake recipe and serve it along with your favourite fruits and jaggery syrup. If you don't have jaggery syrup, you can also use Maple Syrup or Chocolate Syrup.
Dinner - Uttapam and Chutney
Everyone likes South Indian food, and one of our favourites is Uttapam. You can dd vegetables of your choice to make this Uttapam and serve it with Mysore Chutney. If you can't make the Idli Dosa batter at home, then you can buy the store bought Idli Dosa batter.