World Vegetarian Day 2021: Indians and their love for vegetarian curries needs no introduction. Being the land of delicious curries, India boasts some of the most delicious vegetarian curries in the world. Our daily diet involves eating at least one vegetarian curry every day. While we are familiar with vegetarianism, this diet has started to make a movement in the world again. More and more people have taken the cautious step to switch to vegetarianism for the sake of living a healthier and eco-friendly life. So on this World Vegetarian Day, we bring some evergreen vegetarian curries that we just can't live without.
World Vegetarian Day is celebrated on October 1st every year to promote vegetarianism.
World Vegetarian Day 2021: Here Are 7 Evergreen Vegetarians Curries That You Must Try:
A classic party dish, shahi paneer is apt for its name. Soft cubes of paneer are bathed in creamy and delectable tomato curry, making the paneer creamy and tasty. Shahi paneer is one of the most popular vegetarian curries.
Pindi chole or pindi channe is a Punjabi recipe wherein white chickpeas are cooked in a pool of rustic spices. You can pair them with rice or roti of your choice, and it is a delight each time.
Palak Paneer is one evergreen dish that we cannot get enough of. The goodness of freshly plucked and puréed palak leaves paired with soft and spongy cottage cheese cubes and the choicest of spices makes for a truly decadent preparation.
This scrumptious gravy is super easy to make and can be ready in 30 minutes. Another classic Indian curry, aloo matar is the go-to food that every household enjoys for both lunch and dinner.
Who doesn't love kadai paneer?! This quintessential paneer curry is a speciality that can be found on every restaurant menu. Prepared in spicy and masaledaar curry, the paneer dish tastes delicious!
Aloo gobhi is a quintessential everyday curry that can always be found on the dinner table in our houses, making it a family favourite. Aloo gobhi is a delicious combination of spices to create a spicy curry with potatoes and cauliflower.
Another classic party food, malai kofta is a rich and creamy curry that is full of flavourful seasoning. The koftas of this curry are made of a combination of aloo and paneer, making it unique and delicious. Malai koftas go best with tandoori roti or butter naan.
If you have tried one of these recipes, or all of these recipes, then do tell us in the comments section!