Bharwan Bhindi Masala is a tasty variant prepared from lady-finger. It can be prepared in many ways and recipe varies from region to region. Bharwan Bhindi Masala can be served as a main course dish for lunch or dinner with rotis or parathas. It makes a great dish for house parties and get togethers.
Dahi Baingan is a famous dish from Odisha, that is commonly prepared as side dish for dinner, and on auspicious occasions like wedding and festivals. Mildly spiced brinjal slices soaked in smoothened creamy curd, gives this dish a soothing and palatable taste.
Bharwan Baingan or Stuffed Brinjals is a flavorsome variant of making brinjals. They can be roti, parathas and they make a great combination with steamed rice and dal.
Bhindi Ki Bhujia is a very common green vegetable that is cooked all over the Indian Subcontinent. It is very simple to cook and have all good qualities of a green vegetable. The edible seeds of Bhindi or Ladies Finger make it beneficial for constipation. It is usually had with roti, paratha and dal-rice.
Pumpkin (known as kaddu (कद्दू) in hindi) has immense amounts of health benefits. It is good for eyes, promotes fertility in women and boosts immunity against various diseases. It is eaten in the form of vegetable or pudding, and many more.
Sehjan or drumstick or munga is a vegetable with Indian origin and incredible amount of nutritional and health benefits.
Drumsticks are also known as shehjan or munga in hindi. They are a storehouse of vitamins, minerals, dietary fibres, proteins and carbs. Its leaves and flowers are also used to prepare soups and curries because of their high iron content.
Chu Chu Baingan Curry also known as Baghare Baingan is a tasty and delicious dish of the eggplant, that makes a great combination with the hot phulkas and parathas.
Palak Kofta Curry is a delicious, cream and palatable curry dish. Crispy palak cutlets served in a tomato based creamy gravy makes it a rich main course dish. It can be served with hot phulkas and steamed rice.
Hari Mirch Ki Kalonji or Stuffed Hari Mirch is delectable recipe of spiced up fresh green chillis and can be served with steamed rice and dal or curry.
Paalak Ka Saag or Spinach Curry is a fresh, highly nutritious and highly delicious curry dish, that goes well with plain roti, paratha, naan or kulcha. It is rich in iron and fibre and extremely healthy.
Transform the boring pointed guards or parwal into a delicious and party like curry dish called Dahi Parwal Ki Sabji with an easy and detailed recipe given below.
A tasty Bihari dish that scales high on health meter as well as in taste is Parwal Ka Chokha. Loaded with nutrition, the recipe is completely zero oil and has a spicy & tangy taste.
With winters creeping in, you can see fresh cauliflowers everywhere in the market. Spiced up and when cooked with thin potato pieces this Aloo Gobhi Bhurji is sure to make every bite of your dal and rice or roti and paratha even tastier. It is really easy to make and can be carried for lunch and tiffin boxes, and as poori or paratha roll for journeys.
Smooth texture, smoky flavor with a burst of spicy flavors in every bite, reminds me of the delicious Baingan Ka Bharta served at the road side dhabas on highway in North India. It makes a great combination with tandoori roti and phulkas. Lick your finger with every bite of this Dhaba Styled Baingan Ka Bharta.
Packed full of green goodness, French beans offer up a multitude of nutritional benefits. Also, they are low in calories and contain no saturated fat. French Beans are a fantastic source of vital nutrients. They make up a healthy dish for lunch and dinner.
A delectable twist to the regular kadhi pakoda with tasty, nutritious and juicy-fresh spinach leaves is Paalak Kadhi Pakoda. It makes up a great combination with hot steamed rice for a healthy lunch.
Sweet and fresh arvi or arbi cooked in spicy and pungent sarson masala tastes delicious when served with hot rotis, phulkas, parathas and steamed rice.
Hare Matar Ka Nimona is an age-old dish that is made in almost every household during winters. Prepared with fresh green peas of the season this dish tastes amazingly delicious. Hare Matar Ka Nimona can be enjoyed with hot roti or phulkas, plain or lachha paratha and even rice.
Fenugreek Leaves or Methi is eaten in various forms throughout the nation. One such healthy form is Methi Ka Saag, which is a tasty, yet healthy for everyone, specially people with diabetes.
Bihari Baingan Bharta or Bihari Chokha is a dish that is traditionally served with Sattu Ki Litti. Both these dishes go hand in hand complementing the taste of each other. This procedure of making Baingan Bharta helps in preserving the nutrients of the ingredients and the smoky flavor of roasted brinjals adds to its taste.
Kela Kofta Curry is a delicious gravy dish that goes well with roti, phulkas, parathas or pooris and even rice. It a rich curry dish that can be prepared for special lunch or dinner or house parties.
Tinda Bharwa Masala is a dish that tastes amazing when served with hot rotis, phulkas or parathas. Thus this dish is a perfect blend of nutrition from the superfood tinda and taste.
Baingan Masala or Masala Baingan is a simple yet special and tasty dish prepared from the nutritious baingan cooked in a spicy gravy. It is a delicious dish that can be prepared for lunch or dinner with hot phulkas, parathas or rice.
Aloo Dum Curry is a tasty, spicy curry dish prepared from boiled potatoes or aloo. Aloo Dum Curry is famous across the North India and is commonly served with hot pooris, parathas, pulao and even plain rotis.
Benefits of Karela are innumerable ranging from curing respiratory diseases, liver problems, skin ailments, constipation to providing assistance in curing type-2 diabetes. Its natural bitter taste may not be liked by everyone but this Karele ki Bhujia is sure to add a unique flavor to your meal.
Regular consumption of Amaranth Leaves or Red Spinach Or Lal Palak or Lal Saag or Chaulai Ka Saag helps in easing digestion, excessive menstruation and weight management. The high iron content and dietary fibre, are good for anaemic patients, reduce cholesterol and risks of cardiovascular diseases.
Kathal or Jackfruit is a summer season vegetable and is widely known for its amazing health benefits. It is a rich source of soluble dietary fibres, Vitamin B6 and other minerals in moderate amount.
Figs are known for their natural sweetness and abundant nutritional value. They are rich in soluble fibres, minerals and vitamins and helpful specially in curing intestinal and digestive disorders.