6 Hyderabadi Curry Recipes you must make
Indian cuisine is vast and each region is influenced by locally available ingredients and the cultural heritage and communities residing there. Hyderabadi subzis have dynamic flavors because of the presence of ingredients like red chilies, coconut, sesame seeds and tamarind. They are either served for lunch or dinner along with various Indian breads, dal or accompaniments like raita, pickles, etc.
Hyderabadi Mixed Veg Korma
Although the name korma suggests that this is rich, and indeed this Hyderabadi mixed veg Korma features an array of crunchy and colourful veggies, cooked with rich ingredients like milk and cream and flavoured with garam masala and other spices.
Hyderabadi Baghara Baingan
Turn the boring baingan into lip-smacking subzis like the Hyderabadi Baghara Baingan or the Hyderabadi Baingan Subzi. These are flavorful gravies with strong flavours ranging from nigella and sesame seeds to coriander and cumin seeds, that makes even a plain rice or roti meal into a memorable one!
Traditional Hyderabadi Combination
Mirchi ka Salan
Just like a bowl of khichdi is incomplete without kadhi, the traditional Hyderabadi biryani is incomplete without Mirchi Ka Salan, a curry of fresh green chillies, flavoured with a rich paste of roasted peanuts, coconut, sesame seeds and red chillies.
Tamatar ka Kut
Tamatar ka Kut, a rich and tangy curry made with tomatoes and an assortment of dry-roasted and powdered spice mix. Also, the final tempering of onion seeds and garlic enhances the flavor.
Do try cooking from our Hyderabadi Subzi collection and serve it hot with rice or rotis . You can also try other Hyderabadi specialties like Dum Biryani and Burhani Raita.
Try Our Other Hyderabadi Recipes…
Hyderabadi Dal Recipes
Hyderabadi Indian Bread Recipes
Hyderabadi Sabzis Recipes
Hyderabadi Soups Recipes
Hyderabadi Sweets Desserts Recipes
Hyderabadi Veg Biryani Recipes
Hyderabadi Side Dishes Accompanimnets Recipes