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117 dill leaves recipes

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सोआ भाजी रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (dill leaves recipes in Hindi)
સુવાની ભાજી રેસીપી - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (dill leaves recipes in Gujarati)

142 dill leaves recipes | Indian Suva Bhaji, Shepu recipes

dill leaves recipes | Indian Suva Bhaji, Shepu recipes. Suva bhaji or dill leaves is essentially a fresh herb used extensively in Indian cooking. Dill leaves are used in Indian Snacks, Indian Salads, Indian Soups and Dals. 

Dill leaves used in Indian Snacks

Dill leaves are used in Indian snacks in very small quantities because of its wonderful strong flavour which enhances the taste. This brown bread paneer cucumber and dill toast recipe is healthy and fast to make for your kids. 

Paneer, Cucumber and Dill ToastPaneer, Cucumber and Dill Toast

Chola Dal Dhokla recipe is loaded with greens like spinach, methi and dill and used chola dal. This is a healthy breakfast dhokla to have. 

The combination of rice and urad dal in the batter makes the Dill Dosa recipe a good source of vegetarian protein. Dill adds some iron to the equation, helping you improve haemoglobin levels too for having a dosa for breakfast.

Dill Dosa
Dill Dosa

Dill leaves used in Indian Dals, Kadhis

Dill leaves add a great flavour to Dal and kadhis. Try our zero oil suva masoor dal reicpe where the unique combination of dill with masoor dal gives this recipe a distinct flavour, which is boosted by the addition of garlic, green chillies, onions and a tempering of cumin seeds. The earthy taste of masoor dal together with sweet-tasting suva makes this a real delicacy.

Suva Masoor Dal, Zero Oil Healthy DalSuva Masoor Dal, Zero Oil Healthy Dal

Suva Moong Dal recipe is a tasty and healthy treat, with the pleasant taste of cooked moong dal and the herby taste of dill, perked up with a simple tempering of cumin and onions. Dill being alkaline in nature, this dal is a "go for it" dish for those who complain about acidity. Onions too are very effective against acidity, and this satiating dal is only mildly spiced, so you can enjoy it comfortably without harming your tummy.

Suva Moong DalSuva Moong Dal

Suva Bhaji, Shepu used in Salads

Suva bhaji lends a lovely taste to salads. My favourite tossed salad with no cooking made very easily is bean sprouts and suva tossed salad. Suva, tomatoes and bean sprouts combine beautifully with salt and lemon juice in this tangy, crunchy salad.

Bean Sprouts and Suva Tossed SaladBean Sprouts and Suva Tossed Salad

Sweet beetroot and perky dill are a wonderful combination in beetroot and dill salad recipe, both by virtue of their contrasting colours and their complementary flavours. With a simple yet tasteful dressing of mustard and olive oil, this combo transforms into an aesthetic beetroot and dill salad.

Dill leaves used in Indian Roti

Yes, dill leaves made a great addition to rotis. Mouth-wateringly tasty Suva buckwheat rotis flavoured with aromatic dill leaves, this recipe is a delightful treat for your palate and your stomach. Made with alkaline flours like buckwheat and jowar, these rotis are spiced mildly with common ingredients like green chilli paste and a dash of pepper.

Suva Buckwheat RotiSuva Buckwheat Roti

Dill leaves used in Indian Dips

Opt for this low-fat, high-calcium dip to accompany your snacks, to make the most of the nutrients while being nice to your waistline! The Suva Paneer Dip recipe is also easy and healthy quick snack to prepare. Curd and paneer are mixed well and dill leaves are added for a nice herby flavour. This aromatic dip tastes splendid with carrots or whole wheat breadsticks.

Suva Paneer Dip (Calcium Rich Recipe)Suva Paneer Dip (Calcium Rich Recipe)

We have a dill dip made with hung curds. The inherent richness of curds and cream is perfectly complemented by the distinctive flavour of dill leaves. A dash of pepper, green chillies and lemon juice complete the magical experience of this dip!

Benefits of Dill Leaves

Dill Leaves ( Suva bhaji, Shepu) : Our body needs to build white blood cells (WBC) to strengthen our immune system. Dill leaves with its loads of vitamin C helps us achieve this goal. Dill leaves are rich in antioxidants Vitamin A and Vitamin C which  prevent or stop cell damage in your body and thus lowers the risk of chronic diseases like cancerdiabetes and heart disease. See detailed benefits of dill leaves

Enjoy our  dill leaves recipes | Indian Suva Bhaji, Shepu recipes below. 

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Recipe# 13659
11 Jun 11

by mehtaasmita
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A soothing, warming and delicious almond dill spinach recipe for any time of the year. A wonderfully comforting soup enriched with nutrients and antioxidants, the almond soup has almond paste, spinach puree and dill blended together with spices and cream.
Recipe# 35970
25 Jan 12

 by alpa305
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A tasty and healthy sandwich which will tempt your your tastebuds to have more than one...
Recipe# 15086
09 Dec 03

by hpatel7
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A perfect summer special rice recipe, the Cucumber curd rice has the cooling cucumber and beaten curd mixed together with cooked rice. Add a tempering of mustard seeds, chillies and curry leaves and you have a lovely rice recipe for all.
Recipe# 34681
16 Jan 15

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The versatile Dill Dip is a classic party dip prepared with fresh dill leaves, lemon and shallots,Perfect for a bread bowl
Recipe# 14002
29 Aug 11

 by theekhi meethi
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Load up iron and fiber in to a tasty package with this easy to prepare dudhi palak ka saag. The spinach is cooked with chopped bottle gourd along with tomatoes and spice powders and served best with roti or rice as main course
Recipe# 13667
11 Jun 11

 by vaishnavdhara
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Eggplant mukonos is a vegetable soup recipe with egg plants or brinjals. Add a touch of onions, garlic to this thick soup and relish hot with cheese sprinkled over!!
Recipe# 41275
28 Nov 16

 by Jyoti V B
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This recipe is a health wonder! This sabzi is a quick and easy to make! The combination of broccoli, green garlic and other green vegetables is very delicious. The leafy vegetables add a bit of crunch to this delight. This tastes best when served hot!
Recipe# 39856
17 Dec 14

by meera girdhar
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I usually prefer salads for dinner as it is light and full of nutrition. But salads are normally served chilled or at room temperature. But this one is bit different as it is warm and so its perfect for winters.
Hare Matar ka Shorba
Recipe# 38805
06 Sep 13

by nili's cookbook
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This is a gravy dish .It is easy to cook and has a lovely flavour of peas and spring onions. Ideal recipe for the upcoming winter season.
Recipe# 16422
28 Jun 18

 by bhargaviv
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Tasty and crispy snack made from bread and served with a dip of cheese mixed with other herbs and spices.
Recipe# 38171
11 Apr 13

 by damyantiben
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With caramelized onions and fresh malai panner this salad appeals to all five senses. And so is its dressing.
Recipe# 11043
26 Jul 11

 by sonaprem
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A delicious dal palak recipe with a blend of tuar dal along with chopped palak or spinach leaves. The fiber rich, iron dense and calcium rich dal palak are cooked with palak leaves and tempered with mustard and cumin seeds. The tasty dal palak is flavored with tomatoes, chili powder and jeera powder ....
Recipe# 41046
24 Jul 16

by Jyoti V B
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This mixed greens puri is healthy because it is made with leafy vegetables. This twist of green leafy vegetables and mixed flours,spices makes this puri more delicious. Kids will love this puri when served hot!
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