Latest Fruits and Vegetables Recipes
- Ash Gourd
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- Bottle Gourd
- Brussels Sprout
- Chow Chow
- Elephant Yam
- Knol Khol
- Kovakkai (Tindora)
- Ridge Gourd
- Snake Gourd
- Sweet Potato
Matar paneer is a North Indian dish that consists of green peas and paneer. The dish is typically prepared in a tomato gravy and garnished …
Aloo Bharwa Shimla Mirch or Potato Stuffed Capsicums is a delicious North Indian dish served as an appetizer or as a side dish to roti …
Bhindi Pyaz (or Bhindi do pyaza or Okra with onion) is a popular North Indian dish that is made with okra, onions and spices. The …
Potato Onion Fry is the most popular and a commonly made dish in South India. A simple and versatile dish, this can be used in …
Aloo matar is a vegetarian dish that is found in the cuisine of many regions in the Indian subcontinent. The name “aloo matar” literally means …
Fruit Chaat is an Indian dish that is more popular in Northern India, especially in the region of Uttar Pradesh and Punjab. A chaat is …
Aloo Palak is a classic Punjabi dish made with spinach and potatoes. A simple everyday dish, it is commonly served with rice, roti, naan or …
Aloo Chaat is a humble North Indian street food made with boiled & fried potatoes with spices and chutney. It is often served as an …
Cream of Tomato Soup is a classic Indian soup popular across the country. A rich and creamy soup that is loved by kids and adults …
Sarson Ka Saag is a traditional Punjabi dish made with mustard leaves and spinach. Cooked with spices, this dish is served on the side with …
Baingan Bharta is a popular Punjabi dish where baingan (eggplant / brinjal) is roasted, mashed and cooked with tomatoes, onion, ginger, garlic and spices. The …
Mushroom Pasta with olives and choice of vegetables is an easy, quick and nutritious meal full of flavor. The creamy sauce with mushrooms along with …
Aloo Gobi is a popular Indian vegetarian dish where potatoes & cauliflower are cooked in spices and served as a side dish. The dish is …
Keerai Vadai is a popular South Indian snack made using spinach and dal. Served with coconut chutney, it is basically a masala vadai with spinach. …
Aloo Methi is a classic Punjabi side dish made with potatoes, fenugreek leaves and combination of spices. Typically made dry, this is a staple of …
Aloo Bread Tikki is an easy and simple to make snack for any time of the day. A delicious and yummy finger licking snack, it …
Varagu Arisi Pineapple Kesari (Kodo Millet Pineapple Kesari) recipe is a delicious sweet recipe with hints of pineapple taste. Millets are a powerhouse of nutrition. …
Chow Chow Kootu (or Chayote Squash Kootu) is a popular South Indian kootu variety served with hot rice and pickle. This kootu is a simple …
Gobi Manchurian or Cauliflower Manchurian is a very popular Indo-Chinese dish often served as a starter/appetizer. Suited for any occasion, gobi manuchurian comes in two …
Vazhaipoo Paruppu Usili is a traditional South Indian side dish made with banana flower, toor dal and spiced with some red and green chillies. Commonly …
Fruits and Vegetables Recipes
Fruits and Vegetable Recipes have always been available in the Indian subcontinent in abundance. Therefore, you could find different veggies and fruits being used in all varieties of cuisines and recipes of India.
Vegetable salad, fruit salad, vegetable fries, caramelized fruits, vegetable pickles, fruit juices, and many other recipes mainly consist of either fruits or vegetables or both. You could also see some fruits like pineapple, jackfruit, etc. being used in curries and vegetable side recipes as well especially in the South Indian recipes.
Some people think that fruits and vegetables lose their nutrition after cooking. Though true in many cases, the Indian cuisines have been using fruits and vegetables to make papads, fries and many other dishes where they are completely cooked or fried.
The traditional Indian cooking methods used special techniques used special utensils made of mud to maintain the nutritional content of these recipes even after cooking. Blending of fruits and vegetables with spices, curds, and other ingredients is a common phenomenon in India.
Here, people love to eat pickles made from unripe mangoes so much that many varieties of mangoes are specially grown for pickle making purposes. Pulav and biryani made from veggies, fruits, and nuts have also become popular these days and people prefer to have them because of their nutritional value as well.
Fruits and vegetables are a rich source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, proteins and other nutrients which are essential for the overall well-being of our body. Vegetable wraps and side dishes are also popular in Indian food culture because they are both delicious and full of nutrients.
Each cuisine has a different method to cook these veggies and fruits. Some recipes need you to cook, boil or steam the veggies whereas in some recipes you might need to roast or deep fry them. All these variations only enhance the taste quotient of the Indian recipes and provide a sumptuous treat for parties and festivals.