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Kadai Veg recipes


Last Updated : Nov 11,2019



कढ़ाई - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Kadai Veg recipes in Hindi)
કઢાઇ વેજ - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Kadai Veg recipes in Gujarati)

Veg Kadai Recipes, Kadhai Indian Recipes

As one already knows, India is a large country with an even larger variety of cuisines. As you go through these cuisines, there comes realization that the utensil you are using is as important as the recipe or any technique. Just like that you are introduced to one of the most principle yet humble items in the Indian kitchen: the Kadai

Kadai is an equipment which has a thick round bottomed pan, and resembles the Chinese wok, but is deeper and narrower. Typically made with cast iron, they are now also made with copper and stainless steel or with non-stick coatings. The ideal reason for using kadai is to obtain maximum medley of flavors by using dry spices and various diced or chopped vegetables.  

Kadais made of cast iron are used for deep frying which is needed for making Bread PakodaAloo Cheese Croquettes or Dahi ke Kebabwhile the ones made of copper are used in recipes like Peshawari Chole or Stir Fried Mushrooms for stir frying.  Kadhai Vegetables and Kadhai Paneer are amongst the most famous subzis at restaurants and they steal your heart with their spicy flavour and rich texture.

Ideally, this utensil is used for cooking with very little water like in Sweet and Sour Stir- Fry, so that ingredients are cooked in their own juices which make them mouth-watering and very enjoyable. This is because of the round bottom of the kadai, which makes the heat distribute evenly and cooks all vegetables perfectly. A lot of the time ground spices are used as well with a little bit of oil to get the vegetables a beautiful flavor as done in Paneer and Red Capsicum Sabzi.

Kadais come in different sizes, the smallest variant being used for tempering or tadka which is infusion of spices in hot oil to add to dals and curries. The bigger ones can be used to make a number of recipes, some of which are provided below.

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Recipe# 9089
22 Jan 06

 
 by saumya.saradhi
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Capsicum dal is an innovative lentil recipe with chopped capsicum added to dal. This unique dal recipe is best served with tandoori roti or naans. Share and recommend dal recipes online.
Recipe# 9230
15 Jan 17

 
 by gayatribellare
No reviews
Hyderabadi Toast is a chatpata chaat like open toast. Deep fried bread is layered with cooked and spiced potatoes, chutneys and sev. It's crunchy and delicious. Hyderabadi Toast makes a nice party snack , as well as an exciting
Recipe# 9308
10 Aug 11

 
 
by cookingtime4g3
No reviews
Kadhai paneer is a north indian paneer or cottage cheese recipe with chopped paneer and capsicum cooked in a delectable onion- tomato based gravy. A delicious paneer vegetable dish to be served with roti or naans, garnished with cream or chopped coriander leaves.
Recipe# 9317
29 Aug 11

 
 by wink
No reviews
Egg korma is an easy spicy egg recipe with boiled eggs chopped and cooked in a delicious onion tomato mix. The eggs are stir fried in a spicy kurma and served with roti or paranthas.
Recipe# 40584
23 May 16

 
 by Rabia ki Rasoi
No reviews
Today im going to share a healthy yet very delicious and simple pizza with some basic ingredients that are easily available.. Best part of the recipe is you dont need a microwave oven to make this pizza and your kids will enjoy all the veggies that you want them to eat .. Without wasting anymore ti ....
Recipe# 40229
27 Jun 15

 
 by Aditya Vikram Shah
No reviews
A taste of Afghanistan for your taste buds if you are bored with the regular variants of Paneer curries. Serve with bread or rice.
Recipe# 40701
09 Mar 16

 
 
by JollyHomemadeRecipes
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Kordois is a popular snack from North-East Cuisine belongs to Assam. Assam is known for Tea and Silk. Savory Kordoi is a dish made with very basic ingredients and so you don't need any special preparation. Kordois are generally made during Bihu. It is to be noted that the star fruit is also call ....
Recipe# 40723
21 Mar 16

 
 by Jyoti V B
No reviews
Red kidney beans are filling and nutritious. This curry is a favourite in Punjab and loved by all. Instead of the usual tomato gravy, I tried a broccoli gravy and it turned out to be delicious. This makes a wholesome meal when served with chapati, rice, bhatura etc.
Recipe# 40728
22 Mar 16

 
 by Alkajena
No reviews
For those of you who have never made Red Kidney Beans or Rajma before, this recipe will pleasantly surprise you and give you everything that you look for in an Indian curry with tangy, mildly spicy and comforting flavours. And for those of you who have been cooking rajma, this recipe will prove to ....
Recipe# 40729
23 Mar 16

 
 
by Foodie #517156
No reviews
Rajma and Potaot Fritters, quick and easy to make filling snack. Have it as an evening tea snack or as a starter.
Recipe# 40737
30 Mar 16

 
 by sneha sadhwani
No reviews
Crispy Rajma Starter is a tiny finger food which you can enjoy during a cold evening and you won't stop at one.
Recipe# 39777
20 Nov 14

 
 by Foodie #623183
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Bhoona khichdi is something the Bengalis offer to God in any Puja.BGobindo bhog rice is essential to get the perfect aromatic bhoona khicdi for puja. In puja usually vegetables are not added. For daily eating,basmati rice can be used and adding vegetables is a good choice to make it more healthy pro ....
Recipe# 40190
11 Jun 15

 
 
by Foodie #635639
No reviews
Jack fruit seeds are high in proteins and have a unique nutty taste. This particular dish is light and healthy and unlike a traditional South Indian rice accompaniment it can also be eaten as a snack.
Recipe# 40502
14 Nov 15

 
 
by sakuntala
No reviews
A diet rich in protein and vitamin D contributes to bone health.They are an abundant source of proteins, vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber. provide fast and instant energy, regulate and improve bowel movements, stabilize blood sugar levels, and slow down the aging process, while also providing an ....
Recipe# 40513
20 Nov 15

 
 
by Pooja Nadkarni
No reviews
Boondi is a Rajasthani snack made from fried chickpea flour. It is normally prepared sweet and can be also prepared plain. Non sweetened boondi can be used to prepare raita which has yogurt and boondi mixed together. To prepare spicy boondi, the batter is mixed with spices and salt before fryi ....
Recipe# 40528
26 Nov 15

 
 by Motions and Emotions
No reviews
Elo Jhelo Nimki a popular Bengali snack that is prepared during festivites, it is a salty-sweet snack made using maida and deep fried in oil.
Recipe# 40529
26 Nov 15

 
 by Jyoti V B
No reviews
I used medium poha to make this deep fried yummy poha for diwali. This is a Maharashtria dish made for diwali faraal. We can even make this poha for breakfast or snack too.All time favourite snack.Try this out!
Recipe# 40550
07 Dec 15

 
 by sush neyveli
No reviews
A usual payasam but with a different taste made with bread. start avoiding usual mixes and try this for a change. u will surely love it
Recipe# 40551
07 Dec 15

 
 by sush neyveli
No reviews
Grilled Brinjal Gravy, a different way of cooking brinjal. Grill the brinjal and prepare the gravy from it. Serve it with hot chapathi, roti or puri.
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