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Quick Subzis for Any Day
Subzis are an essential part of any meal. Although there are accompaniments like pickles or chutneys that can do the job on a hurried day, a meal does nevertheless seem incomplete without a subzi to add health and taste to it!
If you understand the logic behind making quick subzis, you never have to go without it again. The idea is to use veggies and ingredients like spinach, corn, paneer, potatoes and raw bananas, which cook quickly. If you need to cook in a hurry, you must stock up regularly on paneer, tomatoes, potatoes, onions, corn and green peas. Many of these easily cook in the kadai itself without requiring to be cooked separately. You can then quickly sauté these with a few common spices, and you’re done!
Even in the absence of elaborate and rich gravies, some subzis are very tasty and aromatic, because of the magic worked by the tempering. You can prepare some basic ingredients like tomato puree, boiled potatoes or even some basic gravies, and refrigerate them in handy-sized packs, so you can take out what you want, thaw it and quickly conjure up a tasty subzi. The microwave is also a handy tool that helps put together delectable subzis within minutes, as can be seen in the case of recipes like the Darbari Aloo Mutter Sabzi, which is quite a rich dish but prepared quickly and easily using the microwave oven!
The Quick Paneer Subzi and Paneer Bhurji are two tongue-tickling treats prepared with paneer, while corn transforms into a Corn ki Subzi or Palak Corn Subzi. The Mooli Subzi and Cabbage and Capsicum Subzi are two quick vegetable dishes that can be part of any meal, any day. When you are in the mood for something more exotic, toss up something interesting but quick like the Kele ki Sabzi, Tomato and Coconut Subzi or the Tava Paneer, Mushroom and Green Pea Subzi.
All of these are absolutely no-fuss, quick recipes that must be part of your essential, everyday cookbook! You will find many more such awesome and convenient recipes on our website and mobile app. Whip up something quick and serve it with rotis, parathas or puris, for lunch or dinner – and get so many compliments that you can’t believe for yourself that it took only a few minutes to make it!
16 May 11
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Dhania ki Sabzi ( Know Your Green Leafy Vegetables ) by Tarla Dalal
The minimalist nature of this recipe highlights the flavour and aroma of each and every one of the few ingredients, making this a flavourful delight that can even be used as a base for flavoured rice.
16 May 11
Mooli Subzi, Radish Dry Vegetable by Tarla Dalal
You are sure to enjoy not just the flavour but also the unique mouth-feel of this radish-based dry subzi. Radish by itself is very aromatic and flavour-packed, so just a few spice powders are enough to enhance its flavour to an awesome range!
However, what makes this Mooli Subzi truly special ....
16 May 11
Tendli and Matki Subzi, Pressure Cooker Tendli Aur Matki ki Subzi by Tarla Dalal
It looks and smells so wonderful, it is hard not to be tempted by this Tendli and Matki Subzi. Thankfully, it is as tasty as it looks!
A brilliant combo of ivy gourd and sprouted matki is pressure-cooked with onions, tomatoes and spice powders, to make a mouth-watering subzi. The
24 Apr 17
Achaari Dahi Bhindi by Tarla Dalal
A double-tangy subzi with the combined sourness of curds and tomatoes, perked up with a wide assortment of seeds and spice powders, which give it a super peppy flavour and aroma too.
The ladies finger is sliced and shallow-fried before preparing the gravy, so that it has a nice texture and does ....
21 Feb 12
Achari Paneer by Tarla Dalal
Achari paneer is an aromatic accompaniment, which imbibes its flavour from a mixture of seeds used in the seasoning. A simple mixture of curds, flour and a few spice powders forms the base of this delectable cottage cheese preparation.
26 Jul 13
Aloo Beans Subzi by Sandipan
A very healthy and tasty dish. Quick and easy to make. I frequently make this dish for my office lunch or sometimes even have it as a snack.
24 Oct 16
Aloo Poshto by Tarla Dalal
A scrumptious Bengali
delicacy of deep-fried potatoes coated with a lip-smacking masala of roasted poppy seeds and spicy green chillies. The aroma of roasted poppy seeds, the crispness of the potato cubes and the warm taste of green chillies on your palate makes ....
17 Jul 12
Baby Corn and Paneer Jalfrazie by Tarla Dalal
Lose yourself in this exciting preparation of baby corn and paneer tossed in a traditional jalfrazie gravy. This vibrant gravy, which features tomatoes in myriad forms like puree and ketchup, capsicums and spring onions, together with appropriate spice powders, is a delight to behold and devour. Mak ....
30 Oct 15
Baby Corn and Paneer Subzi by Tarla Dalal
When your tongue yearns for something peppy and tangy, but you do not have much time to prepare an elaborate treat, the Baby Corn and Paneer Subzi is just what you need!
With crunchy capsicums and spring onions for company, fresh baby corn and succulent paneer transform into a true delicacy.
13 Jun 11
Baby Corn Palak by Tarla Dalal
Spinach and baby corn blend with in this scrumptious and nutritious dish. Spinach provides lots of calcium while baby corn provides fibre. To retain the bright green colour of spinach, ensure that you blanch it just for a few minutes and do not over cook it.
01 Jan 1999
Baby Corn Paneer Jalfrazie ( Quick Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
A delicious dish that can be made in a jiffy! paneer and baby corn is tossed in colored peppers spring onions and tomato puree. The masalas enhance the flavors. Garnish with coriander and eat it hot!
20 Aug 09
Baby Corn Paneer Jalfrazie ( Weight Loss After Pregnancy ) by Tarla Dalal
Baby corn paneer jalfrazie, new mothers will relish this exotic riot of colours with spring onion, baby corn and capsicum. Practically oil-free, this recipe certainly gets my vote for being balanced with ample protein, vitamins and minerals from the low-fat paneer and the veggies.
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