Papad ki sabzi, watermelon skin sabzi, rasgulla sabzi, all these sabzis are really unique and we are sure your family would love to devour. So, without much ado, let's learn how to make them.
Pitod ki sabzi holds a special place in Rajasthani households. Its distinctiveness lies in the use of besan. Unlike the usual dry sabzis, this one is cooked in a flavourful gravy.
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If you're bored of eating regular sabzis, this methi palak sabzi is definitely worth a try! It not only tastes delicious but is loaded with essential nutrients and vitamins.
To make this unique sabzi, the moong dal (green gram) is cooked separately and then sauteed along with tomatoes and a pool of flavourful spices.
Rajasthani Recipes: This unique sabzi hails from the state of Rajasthan and gives an interesting twist to onions.
Rajasthani Sabzi Recipes: Make delightful sabzi preparations with Rajasthani flavours with our special recipes below.
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