7 Of My Favourite Vegetarian Curries!

Indian meals are just incomplete without curries laden with spices! When there is a bowl of hot rice and a basket of buttered naan waiting for you at the dinner table then you’re sure to find any one of these curries too! They are simple to prepare if you have the spices ready and the vegetables chopped. Time to fire up that stove for here’s a yummy list you must try to impress your people!

Malai Kofta-

This is a delight for vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike! Rich and creamy Malai Kofta is a favourite among all age groups. This dish actually originated from the Mughlai cuisine. This video shows you how to prepare this delectable, classic north Indian dish which can be served with rotis and rice varieties. 

Vegetable Korma-

This one has a lot of vegetables so if you have a picky eater in the house who is always avoiding vegetable and battling you at the dinner table then this recipe just might convince them to eat vegetable. Made using Peas, Carrots, Potatoes, Cauliflower, Green Beans, and cottage cheese, this dish is absolutely delicious and can be eaten with flattened Indian breads and ghee rice.

Paneer Butter Masala-

One of the most craved dishes that comes to mind when one thinks of paneer is Paneer Masala. It is a perfect combination of spices & succulent tomato based gravy that makes this dish simply irresistible and versatile to be served with any Indian bread or rice. This is sure to leave you with licking the plate clean!

Dum Aloo-

Dum aloo specifically belongs to the Kashmiri cuisine. However, every culture has its own version of this dish. It is one of the most popular potato curry dishes in India.

Tadka Dal Fry-

This video shows you how to make the famous and extremely simple curry from the lands of Punjab! Extremely nutritive and tempered with various spices, dal fry tastes delicious when served with jeera rice or naan or roti. 

Bhindi Masala-

 This video shows you how to prepare spicy okras soaked in a rich tomato gravy.

Chole-

Chole is a very popular North Indian dish. However, it is popular in almost all parts of the country and has different variations. It is fairly dry and spicy with a sour citrus note. Along with chickpeas, the ingredients typically include onion, chopped tomatoes, coriander seed, garlic, chillies, ginger, dried mango powder, crushed pomegranate seed and garam masala.

 

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