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Subzis / Curries recipes


Last Updated : Dec 07,2018



सब्जी़ रेसिपी , करी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Subzis / Curries recipes in Hindi)
શાક રેસિપિ, કરી - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Subzis / Curries recipes in Gujarati)

Subzi recipes, Veg Indian Sabzi, Curries

subzi recipe collection. Indian subzi recipes. Popular all over India, subzis/curries can be enjoyed for lunch or dinner along with Indian breads or rice. They are quite filling and ignite the meal with an exciting spark. Subzi can be dry, semi-dry or with some sort of gravy, especially some like curries are enjoyed with rice. They are generally made using vegetables and dals/pulses/beans or a combination of both, perked up with spices and tempered with aromatic ingredients. They provide our body with the necessary nutrients. Different regions have different traditional subzis like the aloo gobi from punjab, baingan bhaja from west bengal, gatte ki subzi from rajasthan, oondhiya from gujarat, Maharashtrian bharleli vaangi, cashew curry from the malvan region, etc.

For people who are health conscious, we have a collection of Low Cal Subzis made using less oil or no oil , not adding carb-rich vegetables like potatoes, steaming koftas instead of frying etc. Veg Methi Kofta Curry made with flours of multiple grains, perked up with lemon juice and ginger-green chilli paste and steamed to perfection is a delectable treat.

International Curries are a blend of vegetables with different sauces to create innovative curries like the brinjal and bok choy in black bean sauce, cauliflower in schezuan sauce, kung pao vegetables that can be had along with rice, noodles.

Quick and Easy Veg Subzis

Kadai PaneerKadai Paneer

We have a wide range of subzis that can be cooked in a microwave like the authentic Kadai Paneer, pleasantly sweet Makai Korma with coconut gravy, Darbari Aloo Mutter Sabzi and the list goes on. These subzis hardly require any preparation and can be whipped up in few minutes. Looking for a quick paneer subzi? This Baby Corn and Paneer Jalfrazie is a vibrant gravy made using tomato puree and ketchup, capsicums and spring onions with a myriad of spice powders, is a delight to behold and devour. Quick Paneer Subzi is another delightful subzi that requires only a handful of ingredients and not more than 20 minutes to cook. If you wish to eat a chunky subzi with contrasting flavours then Pineapple, Capsicum and Tomato Sabzi is what you are looking for.

Dry and Semi-Dry Subzis

Pindi Chole, Punjabi Pindi Chana RecipePindi Chole, Punjabi Pindi Chana Recipe

Sukhi subzis are subzi with hardly any water content present. They are best eaten with roti, puri or paratha and taste amazing when served along with a bowl of dal/kadhi. Dry subzis are generally combined with batata (potato) to make delights like Kobi Batata Nu Shaak, Tendli Batata nu Shaak, Karela Bateta Nu Shaak. Subzis with beans and sprouts are something on which vegetarians rely for nutrients apart from paneer/soya chunks/ tofu. They are high in protein and fiber and stomach filling. Rajma-Chawal is a popular comfort food in the Northern region. Rajma is red kidney beans cooked in a wide array of ingredients ranging from ginger and green chillies to tomatoes and onions, spices and masala powders too. Apart from kathol (pulses), one can even include green leafy vegetables in their diet to get the necessary fibres, vitamins. Spinach, dill leaves, fenugreek leaves, amaranth leaves are widely used to make different subzis like Aloo Gobi Methi Tuk, Suva Palak Methi Subzi, Suva Moong Dal Subzi.

Semi-dry subzi are subzis with slight gravy, they can be vegetable based or dal/pulses/bean. The irresistible Pindi Chole is a classic dish from the Punjabi repertoire, flavoured with an assortment of spices and other ingredients like ginger, garlic, tomatoes and onions. Another classic recipe is Sev Tameta Nu Shaak from the Gujarati cuisine, a delectable combination of tomatoes tempered with aromatic ingredients and sev. You can eat them with chapatti or rice.

Subzi with gravy

Vegetable KadaiVegetable Kadai

A subzi with gravy makes the meal a little fuller. You can skip cooking dal/kadhi if you add one such subzi in your menu. Indian gravies are made of ingredients like tomatoes, onions, cashews, khus khus and milk. The flavour varies from slightly sweet to moderately spicy and very spicy. The choice of gravy and vegetables vary from season to season and also on locally available ingredients. Instead of adding water, you can make curd, milk-cream based gravies. Red gravy made using tomatoes and an array of spices, Green gravy made with spinach puree, white gravy made with ingredients like cashews, coconut and/or cream together with onions are three popular basic Indian gravies that are further enhanced with the addition of various vegetables, koftas, wadis or paneer to improve their texture and flavours and create endless varieties of subzis. Vegetable Kadai, Lehsuni Paneer Palak Subzi, Quick Vegetable Korma are some popular subzis with gravy. Do check our wide section of subzis with gravies and try these delights and become a master of the main course.

Enjoy our subzi recipe collection. Indian subzi recipes given below. 


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Paneer in Quick White Gravy ( Paneer Cookbook)
Recipe# 2758
05 Jun 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Easy and quick, this recipe will turn out to be a real surprise for those who have always drowned paneer in tangy tomato based gravies. Here, cream and milk are combined with a rich onion-cashew paste and perked up with spice powders to get a pleasantly-flavoured gravy that is perfect for paneer. Ho ....
Paneer Tikka Masala, Green Pea and Paneer Tikka Masala
Recipe# 7546
15 Mar 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Juicy green peas and chunky paneer are coated with a peppy mix of veggies and spice powders to make a tongue-tickling treat! A flavourful marinade of assorted spice powders and dried fenugreek leaves makes the succulent cubes of paneer quite exciting to bite into, while a readily-available Jain toma ....
Mixed Vegetable Subzi, Restaurant Style Sabzi
Recipe# 41174
11 Mar 19

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 by Tarla Dalal
The rich hue, strong aroma and irresistible taste of this Mixed Vegetable Sabzi will make you addicted to it! A gravy of tomatoes, onions and cashewnuts forms the base of this marvelous creation, which features a horde of colourful and juicy veggies, which are sautéed separately in oil and then ....
Paneer Makhani Recipe
Recipe# 1494
11 Mar 19

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 by Tarla Dalal
A favourite with most people while eating out at any Punjabi restaurant! paneer makhani as the name suggests is a very rich subzi from the lap of Punjab. It uses one of Punjabi cuisines most ....
Hyderabadi Mixed Veg Korma
Recipe# 22367
11 Mar 19

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
A colourful and crunchy assortment of veggies is cooked with a tempering of whole spices, and then perked up with fresh cream and spice powders to get the ever-popular Hyderabadi Mixed Veg Korma. You get to enjoy the creaminess of the gravy as well as the juicy crunch of mixed veggies, not to fo ....
Makai Khumb Jalfrazie
Recipe# 5288
05 Mar 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Mushrooms and a slew of colourful vegetables combine to make an appetizing subzi that goes well with plain rotis or steaming hot rice. As always, onions work wonders at increasing hdl levels.
Dry Karela Subzi
Recipe# 41314
05 Mar 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
An exciting mixture of sweetness, tanginess and spiciness makes this Dry Karela Subzi a fabulous treat for your palate. What makes this subzi so enjoyable is the perfect way in which the bitter gourd is prepared – right from marinating in salt, to washing it with water after cooking it on a tava ....
Subzi Ka Korma
Recipe# 269
05 Mar 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Subzi ka korma is a mildly-flavoured dry preparation of mixed vegetables. While you can go with any vegetables for this, i have chosen common vegetables so that the korma can comfortably accompany even rich rotis or puris.
Crispy Potato Vegetable in Mint Coriander Curd Gravy
Recipe# 52
05 Mar 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
This gravy is surprisingly easy to prepare, when compared to its mind-blowing taste! Crispy-fried baby potato halves are bathed in a mouth-watering gravy of curds, flavoured with garam masala and a peppy mint-coriander paste. A dash of fresh cream added to the gravy enhances the mouth-feel, ma ....
Dal Banjari
Recipe# 3884
05 Mar 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
The intense flavour of urad dal with its skin on is simply brilliant compared to the relatively bland de-skinned version. Together with chana dal and an assortment of spices, green chillies and onions, it transforms into a delicious dal that will make you lick your fingers! It is better to serve the ....
Aloo Mutter Korma, Punjabi Aloo Matar Korma
Recipe# 22201
05 Mar 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Potato and green peas is an evergreen combination, which works effectively in varied dishes, ranging from salads and sandwiches to kormas and subzis . ....
Paneer Butter Masala
Recipe# 38973
05 Mar 19

 
 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 ....
Jain Pav Bhaji  (using Raw Bananas)
Recipe# 40058
26 Feb 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
If you thought Pav Bhaji cannot be made without potatoes, then this recipe will be an eye-opener for you. Made with raw bananas and other vegetables spiced up with red chilli paste and pav bhaji masala, this delicious bhaji tastes as wonderful as the original, especially after you garnish it with le ....
Corn Soya Koftas in Malwani Gravy
Recipe# 22428
05 Feb 19

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Perfect choice for the cold, rainy day, when you want to wake your sleeping senses with a spicy malwani gravy! a traditional recipe, from the heart of the maharashtra, the green gravy with coconut milk and the garden fresh feel of coriander, are indeed a pleasure to accost! not only a sensory deligh ....
Shalgam ki Subzi
Recipe# 22802
04 Feb 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Shalgam or turnip, a member of the radish family that tastes much milder, is a winter vegetable that is strongly associated with Punjabi cuisine. In fact, no other cuisine makes such extensive use of the vegetable. Turnips cook easily, and ....
Methi Papad
Recipe# 4330
31 Jan 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Methi Papad is a mouthwatering delicacy that provides you a clear taste of Gujarati cuisine – simple yet irresistibly tasty! A thin sauce like preparation with fenugreek leaves and a traditional tempering, is topped with shredded papads and served hot with roti, puri or rice. Remember to add the pap ....
Methi Paneer,  Mughlai Methi Paneer Recipe
Recipe# 30949
31 Jan 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Every household has its own recipe of methi aloo, however here's a great mughlai recipe that uses paneer along with fenugreek leaves. Methi Paneer can be given more flavour by adding some kasuri methi. Milk and sugar are used to balance the bitterness of the methi. All in all a completely lip ....
Valor Muthia Nu Shaak, Gujarati Sabzi
Recipe# 603
23 Nov 14

 
 by Tarla Dalal
An irresistible preparation of flat green beans (valor papdi) and fenugreek dumplings, this is the next best choice when fresh vaal or papdi is not in season. Remember to apply the salt and soda an hour before you prepare the vegetable, to ensure the fresh green colour and smooth texture of the ....
Green Peas Ambti
Recipe# 1486
23 Sep 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Green Peas Ambti is a classic Maharashtrian preparation of coarsely crushed peas and tomatoes. It uses a rich and spicy masala paste that is to be freshly prepared with onions, coconut and a traditional selection of spices. Serve hot with
Methi Pitla ( Healthy Subzi)
Recipe# 37842
25 Feb 19

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by Tarla Dalal
Methi Pitla is a simple yet tasty Maharashtrian delicacy that can be rustled up in a jiffy to enrich your diet with iron, folic acid and zinc too. Zinc plays an important role in maintaining your immunity levels, and also lends a stunning glow to your skin. Just make sure you serve the Pitla immedia ....
Masala Karela
Recipe# 7462
16 Mar 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
You will be amazed by how effectively grated cauliflower masks the bitterness of karela, making it a delicacy that even kids would not mind eating. Perked up with onion, coriander and spice powders, Masala Karela is a treat to the taste buds, and a wonder food for your body too, as karela contains a ....
Papad Mangodi ki Subzi
Recipe# 3866
21 Jan 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
What a match – moong dal mangodi and urad dal papads! When this wholesome and tasty combo meets tangy curds and an assortment of spice powders, you get a spicy, tongue-tickling subzi. A simple tempering of mustard and cumin seeds imparts an irresistible aroma to the Papad Mangodi ki Subzi. Add the p ....
Kadai Paneer
Recipe# 2765
21 Jan 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
When you go to a restaurant and wish to order a dish that everyone will like, Kadai Paneer is one of the first options that is voted for! This all-time favourite paneer dish is so popular because of the rich texture and intense flavour of the gravy, which results from the interplay of ingredient ....
Baingan Bhaja, Bengali Begun Bhaja
Recipe# 40603
21 Jan 19

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Amongst traditional Bengali recipes, Baingan Bhaja is an evergreen favourite. The original recipe involves shallow-frying the baingan in lots of oil till it is succulent and aromatic. We have tweaked the recipe smartly to get the same awesome results with minimal ....
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