Here's a recipe to help you make delicious desi-style sabzi with broccoli that you'll definitely love. The bright green vegetable not just offers its unique, fresh flavour and crunchy texture; it also provides wellness in ...
Hari Mirch Sabzi Recipe: This chilli pepper dish is made with a special variety of green chillies that are bigger than normal chillies and are less spicy.
From Rajasthan's popular gatte ki sabzi and Punjabi-style besan ki boondi ki sabzi to ever-popular kadhi, there's an array of authentic as well as unique besan curry recipes to try from.
Halwai-Style Aloo Sabzi Recipe: For the typical bhandara experience, pair this aloo sabzi with crispy poori, achaar and halwa!
Wondering what to do with the last batch of yogurt leftover in the fridge? This delicious 'Papad Ki Sabzi' recipe has got you covered.
The spicy aloo sabzi is also called batata bhaji in Maharashtra and is usually served with pooris. This quick and easy recipe is a must-try.
Jimikand recipe: Although, Jimikand can be included in one's diet in various forms like roasted, fried, sauteed etc., this Jimikand ki Sabzi seems to be the most common dish Indians like to make.
Diabetes Diet: Here we have a sabzi recipe that combines the goodness of both methi and palak and mixes them with the nutritive properties of gobhi and carrots.
Cooking with parwal: With the right recipes in your hand, you can convert this vegetable into some delicious meals. To help you out, we are sharing three different parwal recipes you can start with.
We dug out a gem of a recipe of Alu Chi Bhaji, which is a Maharashtrian speciality. This tangy plus sweet dish is also known as Alu Chi Patal Bhaji or Aloo Cha FatFata.