Veg Baked Recipes, Indian baked dishes collection
800 Baked Recipe, Easy Veg Baked Indian recipes.
Baking is an awesomely versatile, generally healthy and convenient cooking method. Just compare standing near the stove and frying umpteen samosas one after the other, as against baking a whole batch at one go without even having to stand near the oven. Stow it in and go ahead with other chores till you hear the ting!
Numerous Indian dishes, which were traditionally deep fried in a kadhai, shallow fried in a tava or cooked in a handi, can easily be baked in an oven. Sometimes, you need to make slight modifications to the traditional recipe, sometimes not even that. It is quite an easy and comfortable alternative, especially in the hot summer days when you do not even feel like entering the kitchen let alone stand and stir or fry for a long time.
From Baked Samosas to Baked Sev and Kabuli Channa Biryani, you can make (or let’s say bake!) several tasty Indian dishes conveniently using a regular oven.
Kabuli Chana Biryani ( Indian Cooking)
Healthy Indian Baked Dishes
A dish that is normally deep-fried becomes healthy when it is baked. The Samosa is the best example. Baked Samosa is a healthy snack, which can be enjoyed with tea in the evenings. The only thing is that Baked Samosas are best had hot and fresh, as they might get a little chewy after a while. Otherwise, the taste is awesome!
Interestingly, you can also make rotis in the oven. The Khamiri Roti, a leavened bread from the Mughal repertoire, is so tasty and healthy when made in the oven.
The whole wheat flour dough with yeast is allowed to rise, then shaped into rotis and cooked in the oven. It gives a nice tandoor-like taste and really good texture.
Biryanis taste so awesome when baked! You get the same dum taste, but with relatively less oil or ghee. Try the Korma Biryani. You can even bake your biryani quickly in the microwave oven, as in the Mughlai Vegetable Biryani.
Mughlai Vegetable Biryani Recipe
Try the Sweet Potato Fries or Oven Baked Pumpkin Fries as a healthy alternative to regular French Fries.
Savoury Baked Indian recipes
Think of any Indian savoury snack that you like to enjoy on a rainy day with a cup of tea, and it can be made quickly by baking whole batches instead of deep-frying. From Baked Murukku and Baked Ribbon Sev to Baked Kachori and Baked Samosa, a whole range of traditional savoury snacks can be adapted to baking. This not only makes it quicker but also healthier.
Baked Palak Jowar Murukku
You can also bake large batches of snacks like Baked Sev and Baked Papdi, which can be used to make yummy chaats.
Have a go at baked savouries using healthy ingredients and Indian spices, like the Baked Oats Puri. Or, go for something off-beat like the Baked Vada Pav, an adaptation of the popular snack in which a soft bread roll is baked with the typical potato mixture (which is used for the vada) stuffed into it! The Baked Purple Yam and Paneer Cake is an awesome snack in which layers of yam and paneer are baked with zesty chutneys to get a scrumptiously irresistible snack bursting with flavour.
Baked Purple Yam and Paneer Cake
Sweet Baked recipes, Sweet baked Indian recipes
For the sweet tooth, there are choices aplenty. While the thought of baked sweets immediately brings to mind varied western delights like the Choco Dip Cookie, Banana Walnut Bread, Apple Pie, Peanut Butter Cookies, etc., there are also innumerable Indian sweets that can be given a surprise baked twist!
Chunky Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies, Eggless Recipe
Have you ever imagined that Rasagollas can be baked? In this innovative Baked Rasgulla recipe, the Bengali delicacy is bathed in a creamy paneer mixture and baked for a while, to boost the aroma of the spices and acquire an interesting mouth feel.
Baked Rasgulla, Bengali Sweet Dessert Recipe
Baked Butterscotch Halwa gives the kalakhand an interesting makeover, with zesty butterscotch bites to delight the sweet tooth!
Easy Baked Recipes, Easy Baked Indian recipes
Baking, in general, makes cooking easier because you can prepare a large batch at one go, without having to keep stirring and attending to it all the time. Apart from the classic baked dishes from around the world, ranging from the Risotto and Au Gratin to Easy Sponge Cakes and Creamy Lemon Tarts, a lot of Indian dishes can also be made quickly and easily through baking.
Poha itself is an easy dish. See how it can be baked with curd and lemon juice to get a unique breakfast dish! The Baked Poha also has a very nice mouth-feel that everyone will love.
The Ragi and Oats Crackers with Cucumber Dip is a light and refreshing snack for summer days, while the Baked Stuffed Tomatoes is a nutrition-packed snack for all, especially moms-to-be.
Ragi and Oat Crackers with Cucumber Dip
For supper, try the Khichadi Bake, which turns the humble khichadi into a delicacy! Layers of khichadi and vegetables topped with tempered curds and baked to perfection, the Khichadi Bake is sure to delight your taste buds.
From sweets and savouries to the main course and desserts, a wide range of dishes can be made by baking. While you can initially start with regular baked recipes, over time – as you gain control over the cooking technique – you can even adapt your regular recipes to baking in the oven. It will reduce the usage of fats and also make it easier and quicker.
4 Tips to remember while baking
1. Time and temperature: The key thing to remember while baking is that the baking time and temperature will determine how your food will turn out. This will always depend on the size of your dish or its weight. For example if your dish is very dense and large, it will take longer to cook.
2. Pre-heating the oven: This simply means keeping your oven ready at the required temperature you want to cook your food at. Firstly, preheating your oven saves up on your actual cooking time as the oven is hot already. Secondly, a lot of times food is cooked unevenly due to uneven heating of the oven. To avoid such complications, pre-heating is a must.
3. Always make sure to use oven mittens or a thick folded cloth to remove the baked food out of the oven.
4. If you are baking breads, cookies or other desserts, make sure you allow it to rest before slicing or consuming. For example, cookies eaten straight from the oven will be soft and will lack the crunch and texture.
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