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Semi-Dry Sabzis recipes


Last Updated : Aug 12,2020



अर्ध-सूखी सब्जी़ - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Semi-Dry Sabzis recipes in Hindi)
અર્ધ સૂકા શાક - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Semi-Dry Sabzis recipes in Gujarati)

Semi Dry Sabzi Recipes | Semi dry Indian vegetables |

Semi Dry Sabzi Recipes | Semi dry Indian vegetables | We have a large collection of semi dry Indian vegetables from quick semi dry sabzi, healthy semi dry sabzi to reginal semi dry sabzis.

Turai Onion VegetableTurai Onion Vegetable

Simple and quick semi dry sabzi

A quick time saver subzi for your family . this sabzis looks very simple and easy to make too..but  it taste very intense and burst of flavour in every bite.

1.      Aloo Methi easy, tasty and awesome. Yet, every time you taste it, potatoes with fenugreek leaves feels exotic.

 Aloo Methi Aloo Methi

2.      Sev Tameta made with minimum and the most basic ingredients that are easily available in every Indian household pantry!

Sev Tameta
Sev Tameta

3.      Methi Pitla can be prepared in a jiffy. It is one of their comfort foods which is definitely part of their weekly menu.

 Methi Pitla ( Healthy Subzi)
  Methi Pitla ( Healthy Subzi)

4.      Quick Corn and Paneer Subzi ever-favourite combination of corn and paneer is cooked into a finger-licking subzi, all in a jiffy, with the support of everyday veggies and readily available spice powders!

 Quick Corn and Paneer Subzi
 Quick Corn and Paneer Subzi

5.      Achari Dahi Bhindi a super peppy flavour and aromatic subzi. The name achari comes from the combination of spices used in it.

 Achari Dahi Bhindi, Punjabi Sabji
 Achari Dahi Bhindi, Punjabi Sabji

6.      Creamy Cauliflower a mildly-flavoured white base. Onion, ginger and chillies together give the curry a very pleasant flavour without any overpowering spices.

Regional semi dry subzi

Every region has its speciality subzi, here we have come up with variations and different taste from the north, south, east and west. The recipes are simple and easy at the same time to follow. Enjoy these with assorted Indian breads.  

1.      Bengali Style Jackfruit Curry traditional curry is super delicious, and you will really enjoy it with steamed rice or Luchi.

 Bengali Style Jackfruit Curry, Echor Kosha Bengali Style Jackfruit Curry, Echor Kosha

2.      Malabari Curry from the kitchens of kerala is no exception. The veggies rest in a base of coconut milk, and coconut is used in the masala paste. 

3.      Oondhiya a classic Gujarati vegetable from the city of Surat and hence also called Surti undhiyu.

OondhiyaOondhiya

4.      Hyderabadi Baghara Baingan flavour-packed treat for your palate, with the dynamic flavours of several seeds and spices. 

Hyderabadi Baghara BainganHyderabadi Baghara Baingan

5.      Kala Chana Sundal tempered with mustard, urad dal and other traditional ingredients, and garnished with fresh and juicy grated coconut.  

6.      Zunka traditional Maharashtrian and spicy, the Zunka is considered by many as a dry version of the famous pitla.

ZunkaZunka

Semi dry sabzi for Indian breads

If there is a gravy  or semi dry sabzi there has to be a dry subzi in the plate. Here is the range of assorted subzis… where you find easy steps to make these scrumptious sabzis. Taste great with phulka. 

1.      Shalgam ki Sabzi an Indian turnip vegetable. Shalgam or turnip, a member of the radish family that tastes much milder

Shalgam ki SubziShalgam ki Subzi

2.      Panchkutiyu Shaak sumptuous preparation of five types of vegetables cooked in a gujarati style coriander and coconut masala.

 Panchkutiyu Shaak ( Gujarati Recipe) Panchkutiyu Shaak ( Gujarati Recipe)

3.      Drumstick and Potato Subzi simple combination of drumstick with potatoes, onions and tomatoes, together with a traditional tempering and a few readily-available spice powders. 

4.      Aloo Mutter Korma contrasting textures and complementary flavours of the two vegetables have a very fulfilling effect on the taste buds.

 Aloo Mutter Korma, Punjabi Aloo Matar Korma  Aloo Mutter Korma, Punjabi Aloo Matar Korma

5.      Bharwan Baingan  a super tasty version of Bharwan Baingan, in which the brinjals are stuffed with a sweet, tangy and spicy besan mixture before pressure-cooking.

 Bharwan Baingan, Punjabi Bharwan Baingan Recipe Bharwan Baingan, Punjabi Bharwan Baingan Recipe

6.      Paneer Khurchan an exclusive flavour and texture, perhaps due to the apt combination of veggies and spices with succulent paneer. 

7.      Methi Mushroom Sabzi super aromatic fenugreek leaf is a great match for the relatively flavourless mushroom!

Healthy semi dry sabzis

Good options for health conscious people.. ample of variation with lot of vegetables, which is easily available in the market. Do try the recipes and surely you will be happy to try each and every variety.

1.      Ringna Vatana an interesting subzi! Ringna Vatana makes use of both a spice powder mix and a onion-coriander paste.

 Ringna Vatana Ringna Vatana

2.      Spinach Mushroom Sabzi contrasting textures of mushrooms and spinach make the subzi a delight to chew while the addition of fresh cream gives it a lusciously rich mouth-feel.

Spinach Mushroom Sabzi, Palak Mushroom RecipeSpinach Mushroom Sabzi, Palak Mushroom Recipe

3.      Masala Chawli packed with flavour and radiates an irresistible aroma! While the tomato pulp and fenugreek leaves impart a rich taste.

 Masala Chawli Masala Chawli

4.      Masale Wali Turai a very simple and quick Indian semi dry sabzi, which can be cooked once in a week to be relished in either meal.

Masalewali TuraiMasalewali Turai

5.      Urad Dal with Spinach a sumptuous accompaniment to Indian breads with the distinct flavour of caraway seeds.      

 Urad Dal with Spinach, Healthy Urad Dal with Spinach Urad Dal with Spinach, Healthy Urad Dal with Spinach

Enjoy our Semi Dry Sabzi Recipes | Semi dry Indian vegetables | and other sabzi recipe articles below.

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Recipe# 13300
28 Sep 18

 
 by ayeshatalat
No reviews
This subzi is a fried potato cooked in a spicy and tangy tomato gravy. Serve this simple and yet so tasty vegetable recipe with the rotis.
Recipe# 9248
28 Sep 18

 
 
by naiyavora
No reviews
It is very good in summer. There is dry vegetable so we can use in tiffin also. It also use as snacks.
Aloo Baingan Subzi
Recipe# 15490
08 Apr 19

 
 by manju_bijoy
Both brinjal and potato are common veggies available in our local markets all round the year. This simple subzi brings these two ingredients together with daily masalas. The Aloo Baingan Subzi has a homely yet appetising flavour, which combines the tang of tomatoes with the peppy taste of ginger ....
Aloo Capsicum Special
Recipe# 11019
14 Mar 11

 
 by sonaprem
No reviews
A punjabi cuisine specialty aloo capsicum special or potato and capsicum vegetable preparation in true north indian style is irrestible!
Recipe# 14783
27 Dec 03

 
 by sumagandlur
No reviews
Aloo dumwaale is an authentic way of preparing boiled aloo or potatoes in a creamy and rich gravy under dum or pressure. The dumwale aloo makes for a party special vegetable dish and is sure to be appreciated by all, when served with naans or roomali rotis.
Recipe# 11020
13 Feb 02

 
 by sonaprem
No reviews
Aloo Dumwale is a popular North Indian recipe wherein potatoes are cooked with spices under pressure or dum. Aalu dum is a traditional delicacy of aalus cooked in a rich spicy gravy.
Recipe# 12996
12 Aug 11

 
 by anasuyar
No reviews
Aloo sultani celebrates the delectable blend of aloo or potatoes with a tangy tomato puree and spicy lentil curry. The delicious vegetable treat, aloo sultani is enriched with rich flavours and authentic sultani cuisine feel.
Recipe# 15031
13 Aug 11

 
 by bsharmi
No reviews
An amazingly crispy and easy snack recipe, the aloo-65 has the potatoes mixed with a spicy mixture consisting of chillies, ginger, garlic, lime juice and garam masala. These fried aloo pakodis are served with a tempering of mustard seeds, curry leaves and grated coconut as snack with tea.
Recipe# 12253
16 Aug 11

 
 by sgambhir
No reviews
A lovely blend of arbi or colocasia with indian spice powders and onion-ginger-garlic paste, arbi masala is reminiscent of north indian flavours. Relish the quick and delicious arbi masala with rotis.
Recipe# 10755
01 Feb 02

 
 by Foodie #48100
No reviews
Baby corn hara masala recipe comprising of baby corn cooked with fresh cilantro or hara dhania paste makes for a tasty flavorsome vegetable dish. Relish the appealing and green tinged baby corn recipe with roti or parantha.
Recipe# 11659
02 Dec 10

 
 by chiman
Baby corn masala is a tasty vegetable dish with baby corns cooked in a masaledaar gravy. An unique combination of baby corn with delectable spicy flavours. Definitely worth to try this simple but tasty recipe.
Recipe# 9693
18 Jan 17

 
 by anu_bunny
Baby corn paneer masala is a tasty preparation with an unique combination of baby corn with a succulent paneer and delectable spicy dry gravy. Definitely worth to try and serve with paratha or with tandoori roti.
Recipe# 9340
17 Aug 11

 
 by rakesh_m
No reviews
Tip: you can add fresh coconut also. In that case make a paste of grated fresh coconut with peanuts, sesame and red chilies.
Recipe# 12786
09 Aug 01

 
 by Foodie #22614
No reviews
Before extracting juice from a lemon keep it in the microwave for 1 sec.at high. you will be able to extract more juice than otherwise.
Recipe# 9113
08 Jul 05

 
 by goodrecipies
No reviews
Baked potatoes with creamy vegetables is a classic baked dish with potatoes and vegetables cooked together in a creamy white sauce. A continental baked recipe, baked potatoes with vegetables are best accompanied with wheat breads and clear soup.
Beet Root Sabji
Recipe# 38582
24 Jul 13

 
 by Sandipan
No reviews
This is a recipe which is loved by all. . . Especially kids. It's a great ac-compliment with full meals and is a very hit recipe in the southern part of india. As a matter of fact it's cooked everywhere in india and abroad. This recipe needs very little oil and is very very healthy. Hope you all lik ....
Recipe# 12492
17 Aug 11

 
 by suj_sree
No reviews
Bhagara baingan is a brinjal or eggplant( baigan) recipe of brinjal cut into quarters and deep fried. The baigan are then tossed with an amazing spice blend of sesame seeds, peanuts, chillies, onion, etc and simmered in a tamarind water gravy. Serve bhagara baigan hot with steamed rice and fried pap ....
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