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Traditional Indian Sabzis recipes
Last Updated : Jan 03,2021
08 May 13
Delicious Chole by Renu's Kitchen
Delicious and so tasty yellow peas chole. Its yellow peas recipe mix tomato give a tasty flavor in it. Enjoy all your family and friends. Serve with puri or jeera rice.
09 Jun 13
Easy Paneer Mughlai by Renu's Kitchen
A tasty paneer dish good flavor and delicious. This recipe loved your all family and friends
24 Jul 13
Dahi Baingan by Sandipan
A very simple and tasty dish for all beginners. Cooked with very minimum spices,this dish comes in handy when we run out of onions and tomatoes. This dish can be prepared sweet and sour(completely optional if you like it)and is a hit item in states like west bengal and orissa. It was during my trip ....
27 Jul 13
Tangy Gobi Masala by Sandipan
This is a favorite of one and all. There are a lot of variations to this dish. The one that i have shown here is a very basic one. This dish can be made very quickly and
requires very less oil so undoubtedly healthy and very nutritious.
30 May 16
Aamras Ke Aloo by Radha Hoizal
Aamras Ke Aloo, this sweet and sour creamy subzi can be enjoyed with roti,naan etc.
30 May 16
Mango Paneer by sanchari_jayanta
Paneer is a fresh cheese and very famous across the globe to prepare a lot of great delicacies. Paneer is rich in carbohydrates, vitamin and protein and helps to create some great mouth-watering dishes.
On the other hand, Mango is a tropical fruit, popularly known as ‘King of Fruits’, mainly avail ....
30 May 16
Mangoes Curry by SamKooking
A beautiful medley of sweet, savory, and heat. Mangos give the dish a gentle reprieve from the heat generally given by Samuel's interpretation of the classic curry. Garnished with fresh cilantro, this dish can be served hot or cold and is a favorite of the household!
25 Nov 16
Green Garlic in Gravy by Radha Hoizal
Green Garlic in Gravy is a unique sabji with a coconut based gravy. Chana dal in the paste helps thicken the gravy, while tamarind and jaggery gives it a little tany sweet tate. Relished this delicious subaji with roti, naan or steamed rice.
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