Rajasthani Sabzi Recipes: Make delightful sabzi preparations with Rajasthani flavours with our special recipes below.
Here we bring you 5 low-cal sabzi recipes, brimming with fiery flavours and a whole lot of nutrition. These recipes are perfect for lunch and can be a great choice for dinner too.
Delhi Style Aloo Sabzi Recipe: Boiled potatoes, dunked in a spicy curry, the dish spells indulgence. Pair it with rice, roti or paratha and you are good to go!
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.
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.
The bhindi is a low-calorie vegetable, making it a smart choice for weight watchers. This fibrous vegetable is excellent for the digestive system as it helps the food pass easily through the body.
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.
Mirchi ki sabzi or bhuna mirchi masala is green chillies stuffed with achari masala and fried to perfection. You can always customise the spice mix according to your palate.
With a masaledaar twist on the classic bhindi, this lahsuni bhindi goes well with your favourite dal!