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.
Mooli aloo ki sabzi: Dry aloo ki sabzi is one of our favourites, we just added the magical flavours of mooli to make it another superb sabzi.
Halwai-Style Aloo Sabzi Recipe: For the typical bhandara experience, pair this aloo sabzi with crispy poori, achaar and halwa!
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.
Aloo chole ki sabzi is another offering from the vast Punjabi cuisine that will win your heart instantly. Here's an easy recipe to help you make this authentic Punjabi delight.
Thumm Patata is a yummy sabzi made with green garlic (hara lehsun) and potatoes (aloo). This simple, Indian-style aloo sabzi with the addition of unique flavours from green garlic, is a must-try.
What better time than the weekend to experiment with your culinary skills? Here we bring you a list of 5 dum-style sabzis that will amp up your lunch or dinner spread.
Papad ki sabzi is a staple dish in Rajasthani households. This regional delicacy is made using fried papads that are simmered in a flavourful curd-based gravy.
Two protein-rich foods - paneer (cottage cheese) and soya chunks come together to make this spicy and delicious sabzi that you can include in your regular roti, rice and sabzi affair.
Gobhi danthal recipe: Next time when you lop off the cauliflower head and are about to trash the stem, save it and make this delightful Indian sabzi with it.