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Mughlai Subzis / Curries recipes
Last Updated : Jul 05,2018
While the methods of preparing rotis and rice may be common across several cuisines, it is the Subzis and Curries that really offer an insight into a specific community’s tastes and preferences. If you take Mughlai cuisine, you will find that the subzis and curries are quite rich, with lots of dry fruits, spices and dairy products.
There are white gravies and brown ones, each lending itself to a large selection of subzis made with paneer, veggies or koftas. Have your Moghlai Roti or Makhani Roti with Aloo Khaas, Lajjatdar Paneer, Malai Kofta, Nawabi Curry, or any other delightful accompaniment from this section.
With Malai Kofta, it is always celebration time! this is one dish which nobody will get bored of even if it is served at every party. The koftas themselves are so tasty that they can easily be served as a snack along with tea. You could microwave or shallow fry the koftas if you want to avoid deep frying them.
Sinfully luxurious, this Nawabi Curry features a creamy base of cashewnuts, almonds, coconut and khus-khus, and is sure to make your guests feel very important! Serve hot with Puris
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Mughlai Cauliflower, Potatoes and Green Pea Subzi by Tarla Dalal
A rich subzi of cauliflower, potatoes and green peas, cooked in Mughlai
style. A paste of ginger and spices gives the Mughlai Cauliflower, Potatoes and Green Peas Subzi an awesome flavour, while a mixture of curds and saffron gives it a royal ....
Vegetable Makhanwala in Red Gravy by Tarla Dalal
Three cheers to this tangy, spicy, creamy treat that lives up to the name of 'makhanwala', which means buttery! The Vegetable Makhanwala in Red Gravy is a good addition to any menu as it is guaranteed to please young and old alike.
Roasting the spices in butter gives the dish its characteristic ....
Shahi Paneer, Shahi Paneer Sabzi by Tarla Dalal
The very word shahi connotes richness – and you will not be disappointed because that is just what this recipe is! Loaded with cashew nuts, poppy seeds, ghee and cream, the shahi gravy has a very luscious mouth-feel that is complemented beautifully by its intense flavour, contributed by ingredients ....
Kachhe Kele Ke Kofte by Tarla Dalal
made use of every ingredient in their cooking and in the most unusual ways. This dish as the name suggests uses phal or fruit to make the kofta.
Raw banana is combined with a few basic spices and deep-fried to make wonderfully ....
Sukhe Baingan by Tarla Dalal
This baingan preparation cannot be labeled a dry subzi and neither is it a snack. It is a delicious preparation of brinjal that have been stuffed with a spicy filling and deep-fried to perfection. It can be eaten along with another subzi or as a side dish to any meal and makes a great dish to serve ....
04 Nov 16
Shahi Paneer Mutter 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 ....
24 May 18
Baingan Musasalam, Mughlai Baingan Masala by Tarla Dalal
A delightful combination of brinjals and tomatoes with spices and fresh cream, the Baingan Musallam has a luscious texture and mouth-watering flavour. It has an intense flavour and aroma, which will linger on your palate for a long time.
While the traditional Mu ....
Afghani Paneer by Tarla Dalal
The Mughal maharajas had an umpteen number of chefs who spent laborious hours toiling in the kitchens to prepare the perfect meal. They ground most ingredients to powders to ensure the perfect eating experience. Though not as time consuming this recipe uses a powder of melon seeds, cashew nuts and p ....
Nawabi Kesar Koftas by Tarla Dalal
The grandeur of this recipe is evident from the ingredients that go into the kofta. A range of dairy products, saffron and dry fruits give these Nawabi Kesar Koftas a melt-in-the-mouth texture and magnificent flavour.
The tangy gravy, flavoured with a rich paste of spices and nuts, adds to the l ....
Paneer Butter Masala by Tarla Dalal
One of the first items that we all tend to look for in a restaurant menu, the Paneer Butter Masala fits all descriptions - classic, all-time favourite, droolworthy, best of the best!
Yes, this restaurant-style Punjabi
gravy is a necessary a ....
Vegetable Korma by Tarla Dalal
Here is a vegetable dish that everybody loves, and which can be made easily at home as most of the ingredients are readily available.
This awesome Vegetable Korma features a wide assortment of crunchy and colourful veggies, cooked with rich ingredients like milk, cream and paneer, and flavoure ....
27 Apr 17
Malai Kofta by Tarla Dalal
With Malai Kofta, it is always celebration time! This is one dish which nobody will get bored of even if it is served at every party.
The koftas themselves are so tasty that they can easily be served as a snack along with tea. You could microwave or shallow fry the koftas if you want to avoid de ....
23 Nov 14
Lajjatdar Paneer by Tarla Dalal
The basic mughlai gravy has been used to prepare this delicious paneer dish. Since the use of various pastes is common in mughlai cooking, a paste of garlic, ginger, cardamoms, cloves and poppy seeds has been used. Using grated onion gives the gravy a better texture. Instead of grating the onions yo ....
Malai Kofta Curry, Creamy Kofta Curry by Tarla Dalal
Extremely soft koftas that melt in your mouth, dipped in a creamy tomato-flavoured gravy that soothes and cradles your taste buds, that is what the Malai Kofta Curry is!
The mouth-melting koftas are made of fresh coconut and potatoes rather than the more common paneer-based koftas, and the gra ....
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