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Last Updated : Jan 08,2018



पौष्टिक सब्जी़ - हिन्दी में पढ़ें
પૌષ્ટિક શાક - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો
No Indian meal is complete without one or more subzis. Whether lunch or dinner, the subzis play important roles in balancing the meal, not just in taste and texture but on the nutritional front too. Vegetables are nature's gift to us - low in calories but in rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that help fight diseases. Nutritionists suggest that we should eat at least three to five servings of vegetables daily to fulfil our nutrient requirements.

Unfortunately, traditional methods of cooking vegetables often use oodles of oil and unhealthy practices, drowning the goodness of the veggies in rich gravies or too much fat. This section on "Healthy Subzis" is a tool to avoid this! It shows you how to make a range of nutritious, low calorie and appetising subzis, which taste fabulous while still retaining the health benefits. You will find healthy subzis clubbed into interesting sections like Subzis with Gravies like Corn Palak, Subzis with Leafy Vegetables like the Hariyali Mutter, Semi-Dry Subzis, Paneer Based like the Paneer Palak Koftas in Makhani Gravy, Dry Subzis like the maharashtrian Methi Pitla and Subzis using Beans or Sprouts like the Spinach and Moath Beans Curry. They feature a variety of vegetables, from the most commonly used ones like onions, tomatoes, French beans, spinach and green peas to more uncommon ones like chawli bhaji, red pumpkin and ridge gourd.

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Recipe# 39678
23 Mar 14

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Everyday fare, the Doodhi and Chana Dal Subzi is a wealth of good health. Rich in protein and folic acid, thanks to chana dal and doodhi, this subzi can be prepared easily and quickly provided you have soaked the dal earlier. The best part is that this no-fuss, no-sweat recipe is made with ingredien ....
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Recipe# 6435
23 Mar 14

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Just as veggies find a place in juices, fruits also find a place in subzis! In fact, fruits like papaya and guava combine very well with savoury spices, and the resulting sweet-sour-spicy preparation is very exciting to the palate. In Peru ki Subzi, fibre-rich guavas come together with vitamin A ric ....
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Recipe# 6430
23 Mar 14

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Every province has its traditional style of cooking their favourite vegetables. Here, we have chosen a popular Rajasthani subzi usually made using potatoes and pumpkin, and smartly replaced starchy potatoes with multi-nutrient soya chunks instead. In all other ways, the Rajasthani Style Kaddu aur So ....
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Recipe# 1394
29 Sep 14

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
An very unique preparation of Mixed Pulses with Vegetables, this recipe combines moong, masoor and kala chana, with a radically different choice of vegetables, namely cauliflower, baby onions and tomatoes. A pungent masala paste imparts a lingering flavour to this subzi, while a simple garnish of co ....
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Recipe# 6401
23 Mar 14

 
 by Tarla Dalal
A characteristic ingredient of Gujarati and Rajasthani cuisine, dhoklis made of besan add body to a subzi while also enhancing its taste. The musky aroma and nutty mouth-feel of these ajwain-flavoured dhoklis are a pleasure to the palate. In Fansi Dhokli, dhoklis made of whole wheat flour and besan ....
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Recipe# 3499
20 Aug 11

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Karela is a low calorie vegetable which is acclaimed for its anti-diabetic properties. This recipe is an attempt to make them appealing. The karelas are stuffed with moong dal and served in a makhani gravy that is made using very little oil. Enriched with protein, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C, ir ....
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Recipe# 22430
26 Nov 07

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Even the humble soya chunks become royal when floated atop a rich "Shahi" white gravy. Drain out the water and also the foam that forms on top of the onions and cashew mix when cooking as the flavour will be spoilt if you keep the foam on.
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Recipe# 3566
26 Jul 16

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 by Tarla Dalal
This is a low cal version of palak paneer in which I have used baby corn instead. Baby corn apart from being low in calories and fat as compared to other vegetables also imparts a crispy texture to the subzi.
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Recipe# 22198
04 Nov 16

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 by Tarla Dalal
The word 'Shahi' is immediately associated with rich, fat-laden and royal subzis. Here is a healthier version of the same, made with well-chosen ingredients and slight modifications to the cooking style. You will be surprised to note it retains the royal flavour! To maintain the richness and the ....
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Recipe# 5290
17 Nov 10

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 by Tarla Dalal
Does the name ‘makhani’ remind you of a butter-laden delicacy? well, this version tastes almost the same, but not as sinful as the original, thanks to the use of low-fat milk. The subz makhani features an exciting melange of veggies and spices, which make it a luxurious yet healthy accompaniment to ....
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Recipe# 3564
26 Nov 12

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 by Tarla Dalal
This recipe is an all time favourite. Puréed cauliflower perked with onion and spices imparts a creamy texture to this subji and eliminates the use of high calorie ingredients such as cream and cashewnuts. Methi has plenty of iron and vitamin a while fresh green peas provide fibre which adds bulk an ....
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Recipe# 22197
13 Jun 11

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Very popular with my grandchildren, this curry is best relished with steaming hot phulkas .Both mushrooms and green peas are a storehouse of nutrients like fibre, zinc, potassium, folic acid etc. Making
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Recipe# 22411
26 Nov 07

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Yin and yang. Black and white. Life always becomes more interesting when opposites come together! in this recipe, the crunchiness of sprouts and the softness of tofu come together in one bowl to steal your heart! this dish is easy to make but absolutely delicious! you can use a combination of sprout ....
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Recipe# 252
23 Sep 13

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
The combination of onion-green chilli-ginger paste with coconut milk makes paneer in coconut gravy taste like a variety of keralite-stew. It goes well with roti and rice, and is very comforting if served hot, with a generous sprinkling of coriander, on a cold winter’s day!
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