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Healthy Dry Subzis recipes
Last Updated : Aug 10,2018
Dry Subzis form a part of our daily meals at least 4 to 5 times a week. However the word ‘dry’ is associated with ‘no gravy’ and actually the subzi is cooked in oodles of oil. This section is a compilation of recipes using minimal oil or they are absolutely zero oil.
A wide variety of vegetables have been used to create delicacies like Masala Cauliflower with Green Peas, Methi Moong Dal Subzi, Beetroot Subzi etc. Learn the art of cooking healthy and tasty subzis here and get ready to draw in a variety of nutrients as well. Try these dry subzis as a daily fare with hot phulkas!!
Masala Karela by Tarla Dalal
You will be amazed by how effectively grated cauliflower masks the bitterness of karela, making it a delicacy that even kids would not mind eating. Perked up with onion, coriander and spice powders, Masala Karela is a treat to the taste buds, and a wonder food for your body too, as karela contains a ....
10 Aug 18
Spicy Soya Bhurji by Tarla Dalal
Can you even imagine the usually bland soya granules in such an interesting form? Be prepared to be surprised! Ginger-garlic adds its unique flavour to the Spicy Soya Bhurji, as do the well-chosen combination of spices.
Spice lovers can add more zing to this
Methi Moong Dal Subzi by Tarla Dalal
You can eat healthily and yet enjoy some of the favourites. Here's a classic example of cooking a subzi like methi with just a teaspoon of oil for 2 people.
Carrot Methi Subzi ( Vitamin A and Vitamin C Rich Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
Carrots are one of the richest sources of carotenoids after fruits like mangoes and papaya. Fenugreek too is high in antioxidants, vitamin a and c. A great recipe that boosts immunity, eat this often for a stronger you. Tastes delicious when served hot with phulkas and curd.
Soya Methi Masala ( Soya Roti and Subzi) by Tarla Dalal
A low calorie subzi for health freaks! This subzi is a double dose of health as it is not only low cal but also made using soya oil, soya granules, fenugreek etc. which are high in vitamin A and calcium. Low fat milk (99.7% fat free) is easily available in the market, however you can make skimmed mi ....
Amla Sabji, Indian Gooseberry Accompaniment by Tarla Dalal
Come winter, the market is flooded with amla. Most people make it into pickles, while others explore newer ways of consuming it like juices or chutneys.
Have you ever thought of making a subzi with this vitamin C rich fruit? Amla is a very beneficial berry, with anti-inflammatory properties.
17 Jul 18
Carrot Methi Subzi ( Delicious Diabetic Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
This is a great combination of textures and fragrant, spicy flavours that has the added advantage of being quick to make. Enriched with vitamin A, iron and fibre, it is nutritious too.
23 Aug 11
Pyazwali Bhindi ( Healthy Heart) by Tarla Dalal
A perfect low calorie version of the famous north-indian delicacy in which the ladies finger is tossed with sautéed onions. Traditionally the bhindis are deep-fried to whip up this delicacy. Here is a heart-friendly variation to enjoy your favourite subzi and yet keep a check on calories as well as ....
Matki Sabzi, Guajarati Dry Matki Subzi by Tarla Dalal
A homely and satiating subzi that is much-loved by the Gujaratis, the Matki Subzi is a dry preparation that is usually served with kadhi
It is extremely easy to make and uses very simple, common ingredients like mustard seeds, asafoetida, turmeric po ....
Gavarfali ki Sukhi Subzi by Tarla Dalal
Gavarfali ki Sukhi Subzi is a lip-smacking dry subzi that combines beautifully with phulkas fresh off the tava! The benefits of fibre-rich cluster beans are enhanced by the introduction of flavour-imparting garlic, which also keeps blood sugar and cholesterol levels under control.
French Bean and Chana Dal Stir-fry by Tarla Dalal
A typical South Indian way of preparing French beans, perked up with soaked chana dal and flavoured with a traditional tempering. The chana dal helps provide crunch and volume to the stir-fry, as a low glycemic index alternative to other supplementary ingredients like coconut. While most vegetables ....
Mushroom and Green Capsicum Subzi by Tarla Dalal
There are times when you whimsically combine some odd ingredients, and it turns out so great you want to keep repeating the combination. Mushroom and green capsicum, is one such example! They get along very well together in this Mushroom and Green Capsicum Subzi, which wins in taste and nutrition. M ....
Colocassia Leaf Usli by Tarla Dalal
Colocasia leaf is frequently used in Maharashtrian and Gujarati cuisine in preparations like paatra and wadi. Now, it is time to think beyond these and find many more flavourful ways to include this iron-rich ingredient in your diet. A variant of the popular South Indian dry subzi made of vegetables ....
Masala Cauliflower with Green Peas by Tarla Dalal
Here goes, another example to show that healthy foods can be very tasty too. This fabulous recipe makes use of cauliflower and green peas, along with other complementary veggies like onions and a coconut-based masala. Cooked with little oil, this tempting, aromatic subzi makes for guilt-free eating!
20 Aug 11
Turai Onion Vegetable by Tarla Dalal
Turai, a vegetable that is low in calories and carbohydrate, is combined with onion and flavoured with ginger and garlic to make a simple dish ideal for those of us who like simple flavours. Though the recipe says to use peeled turai feel free to use them unpeeled to take advantage of the fibre cont ....
Methi Pitla by Tarla Dalal
Methi Pitla is a variant of the evergreen Maharashtrian dish. The addition of fenugreek leaves gives an exciting twist to the otherwise comforting flavour of traditional pitla, making it a suitable accompaniment for a variety of dishes, especially those like jowar roti, which rely on the accompanime ....
Grated Cauliflower with Peas by Tarla Dalal
Cauliflower has an innate charm, which pleases people of all age groups if prepared properly. Its subtle flavour is not only pleasing to the palate, but also works well with varied ingredients and spices, as you will see in this delicious preparation of Grated Cauliflower with Peas.
Fiber-rich g ....
Beetroot Subzi by Tarla Dalal
Mildly-flavoured dry subzis like this go well with just about any type of roti and can be had just by itself as a snack too! Here, low-sodium beetroot is cooked with a simple south Indian style tempering in just a teaspoon of oil. Make sure the mustard splutters well, so that its flavour comes out f ....
Oriental Soya and Babycorn Stir-fry by Tarla Dalal
Stir-fries are always on top of my list, when it comes to healthy cooking, to monitor the amount of fat used. I have chosen soya nuggets because of their decreasing nature of LDL (bad) cholesterol and baby corn to give the needed crunch without any amount of fat.
Usli by Tarla Dalal
Usli consists of a mixture of healthy sprouts that are stir fried with a little masala. A combination of 3 sprouts makes the recipe a good source of protein and iron. Sprouting aids the digestion of these pulses and also increases their nutritive value. The calcium and the fibre content of the reci ....
Gajar Fansi by Tarla Dalal
Carrot, a storehouse of vitamin A, combines beautifully with French beans in this simple subzi. Peanuts are used in minor quantities to not only add crunch but also vitamin B3 to this subzi, making it delectable and nutritious.
13 Jun 11
Makai Jalfrazie by Tarla Dalal
Though slightly time-consuming, this subzi is definitely worth the effort. Capsicum is a good source of vitamin C, an antioxidant that fights disease-causing free radicals and boosts our immune system while corn increases the allure of this dish manifold!
Subz Korma by Tarla Dalal
Mixed vegetables in a red tomato-based gravy, this is a delicious low cal subzi with the goodness of lots of veggies and nutrient-filled soya chunks. It is not very apt to use whole soya chunks in Subzis as they look too big, and not all would like to eat big chunks… hence, chop them so that the sub ....
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