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 Top 10 Indian Cabbage, Gobi Recipes

  Last Updated : Mar 11,2019

Top 10 Indian Cabbage Recipes

Top 10 Indian Cabbage Recipes. Best gobi recipes.  Cabbage is a humble leafy vegetable and a marvellous food item. It is a vegetable round in shape, consisting of layers of thick leaves that grow around each other from the stem. It is versatile enough to turn into fresh salads, spicy stuffing, and zingy accompaniment. As inexpensive as cabbage is, it is one of the richest when it comes to vitamins. Apart from this, the vegetable is loaded with antioxidants which strengthens the immunity. The most common is the light green or white head variety, other than that it is available in red, and purple in colour. 

Cabbage Rolls in Tomato Gravy is a delectable continental one-dish meal. Steamed cabbage leaves are stuffed with crunchy veggies and drowned in a tangy tomato gravy. This makes a healthy version of spring rolls. 

Looking for a quick snack on a rainy day? Deep-fry these Cabbage Pakoda and enjoy with a cup of masala chai. Cabbage and coriander, held together with besan and spiced with chilli powder, make awesome pakodas, which taste great with green chutney.

Cabbage can be used to make various stuffing that can make an array of appetizers. Cabbage and Paneer Grilled Sandwich with the hints of green chillies and coriander has an enticing flavour, and the overall effect is pleasing to the palate. This can even be transformed into Cabbage and Paneer Rolls a sumptuous treat with a peppy flavour. 

Cabbage can be eaten raw or cooked. You can use shredded raw cabbage as a garnish for sandwiches and grated cabbage in salads, soups, rolls etc.  Cabbage salad with a tangy dressing is not only crunchy but, also high in fibre and easy to make. Cabbage Vatana Nu Shaak is an authentic Gujarati subzi made by combining two regularly used vegetables.

Start your day with these breakfast delicacies made using cabbage. Cabbage Pancakes an enhanced version of chilla, prepared in a jiffy are extremely wholesome.  You can even make stuffed Cabbage Parathas with a mixture of cabbage and cottage cheese flavoured with coriander and green chillies. By the addition of dal, you can increase the health quotient and make delicious Cabbage and Dal Parathas.

Benefits of Cabbage, Gobi

Cabbage ( Gobhi) : Cabbage is low in caloriesrelieves constipation, good for diabetics. Cabbage has high levels of flavonoids and anthocyanins and has long been used as a herbal medicine. Rich in Antioxidants in turn lowers the risk of infection and inflammation of the body due to eating processed foods. See here all benefits of cabbage

top 10 cabbage recipes

 by Tarla Dalal
Sumptuous and tongue-tickling, the Cabbage Rolls in Tomato Gravy is an ideal package of taste and good health. This delectable continental one-dish meal features cabbage leaves stuffed with crunchy veggies and drowned in a tangy tomato gravy. What an interesting way to top up on vitamin A and protein! Although this recipe calls for a rather long process, from preparing the gravy and chopping the veggies to arranging the dish and baking it, the end result is flavourful and worth a try. The use of low-calorie cabbage to roll up the stuffing, and low-fat paneer as a topping, reduces the calorie count of this delicacy.
 by Tarla Dalal
Pakodas don’t always have to be onion-based. Here is an irresistibly crunchy and excitingly flavoured pakoda made with cabbage. Cabbage and coriander, held together with besan and spiced with chilli powder, make awesome pakodas, which taste great with green chutney. Serve the Cabbage Pakodas hot and fresh, with a cup of steaming tea . Do not add too much water while mixing the ingredients because cabbage will also slowly let out water if you have shredded it thinly. That, along with a tablespoon or two of water, is enough to bind the batter. If the batter becomes watery, the pakodas won’t be crunchy enough. This video will help you understand the right consistency of the dough and the texture of the pakodas. Khichdi Pakodas , Stuffed Methi Paneer Pakoda , Stuffed Spinach Pakoda also make a tasty accompaniment to a cup of hot tea or coffee.
 by Tarla Dalal
Although both cabbage and paneer are bland ingredients, the hints of green chillies and coriander lace it with an enticing flavour, and the overall effect is rather pleasing to the palate. When had with a bowl of hot Spicy Tomato Soup , this turns into a satiating treat that you will thoroughly enjoy.
 by Tarla Dalal
One of the wondrous snacks from Oriental cuisine, the Cabbage and Paneer Roll is a sumptuous treat with a peppy flavour. The crunch of grated cabbage and spring onions together with the succulence of crumbled paneer gives these rolls an awesome mouth-feel, while a dash of hot chilli sauce gives it a spicy twist. The delectable filling is housed inside crispy bread rolls, which taste too good when made the right way, as described here.
 by Tarla Dalal
This salad is cabbage through and through, with dark green speckles of green chillies and coriander here and there. Yet, this crunchy high fibre Cabbage Salad is so tasty, you will see people reach for more helpings of it. We will let you in on the little secret. A tangy dressing with black salt, lemon juice and spice powders, is the magic spell that transforms simple cabbage into such a singularly wonderful salad! Try it to believe it. Enjoy how to make Cabbage Salad recipe with detailed step by step photos and video below.
An enhanced version of chila, cabbage mini pancake is delicious and wholesome. What is more, it can also be prepared in a jiffy, making it a great start to a busy day. Serve hot and fresh with chutney or ketchup.
 by Tarla Dalal
These toothsome parathas are made of nutritious whole wheat flour dough, and stuffed with a scrumptious mixture of cabbage and cottage cheese flavoured with coriander and green chillies. The Cabbage Parathas are a good source of antioxidant compounds that fight against free radicals. Besides this, it is also rich in vitamin C. You can vary the portions to have it as a snack , or as a wholesome meal.
 by Tarla Dalal
This one dish meal is a great combination of cereals, pulses and vegetables. A horde of other ingredients like mint leaves, fennel seeds, amchur, ginger and finely chopped onions enhance the taste of these parathas. Cabbage being low in sodium and potassium is quite beneficial for those with high blood pressure. Just measure the amount of salt as mentioned in the recipe and they are ready to enjoy a hearty meal. One Cabbage and Dal Paratha can be enjoyed by diabetics with a bowl of low-fat curds, to add a wee-bit of protein and set off the carb content. To make it more nutritious, you can use ½ cup of wheat flour and ¼ cup of oats flour instead on using only wheat flour. Try other healthy recipes like Healthy Oats Dosa and Low Salt Mooli Roti. Enjoy how to make Cabbage and Dal Parathas recipe with detailed step by step photos and video below.
 by Tarla Dalal
Cabbage vatana nu shaak is an easy and quick vegetable recipe with the combination of two regularly used vegetables. In this shaak cabbage and green peas are cooked with indian spices.
 by Tarla Dalal
Poriyal is any dry vegetable preparation flavoured with generous amounts of fresh grated coconut. Cabbage tempered with mustard seeds and dry red chillies makes a delightful accompaniment to any South Indian main course.
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