Subjis & Curries



 Bharela Ringan
Bharwan Baingan
Bharwan Baingan (Stuffed Round Eggplant) is traditional Gujarati cooking. This is very easy to prepare and gives you unique taste of Gujarati Foods.


 Sarson Ka Saag
Sarson Ka Saag
Sarson ka saag is a popular curry in Punjab, India. It is made from mustard leaves (sarson), spinach and spices. It is traditionally served with Makki ki roti (corn bread).


 Sev Tameta Nu Shaak
Sev Tomato Curry
Sev Tomato Curry is the traditional dish of Gujarat. Its is quick and tasty made from cooked tomatoes tempered with spices and mixed with besan thin sev. It goes well with bajri rotla or wheat roti.


 Aloo Gobi
Aloo Gobi
Aloo gobi is delicious dry subji made with potatoes, cauliflower and Indian spices. Preparing the Aloo gobi is quite simple and if you cook it with less oil It's become healthful low calorie, high fiber food.


 Kantola Subji
Kantola Subji
Kantola/Kankoda /Spine gourd is a seasonal vegetable and also is rarely available in the markets. Kankoda is very healthy vegetable due to its fiber and vitamins. 



 Cucumber Subji
Cucumber Subji
Cucumber subji is one of the easy and quick Rajasthani dish with minimal ingredients. Cucumber is generally associated with salads and raita, but here is the recipe of super delicious cucumber subji.


 Suki Bhaji
Suki Bhaji
Suki bhaji is a seasoned potatoes dish made specifically for fasting. In this recipe, boiled potatoes are mixed with green chilies and spices.


 Turia Subji
Turia(Chinese Okra)Subji
Turia/Chinese Okra/ridge gourd/Angled luffa gourd is a good source of dietary fiber. It is simple to prepare and tastes delicious. You can enjoy it very well with bajra roti.


 Baingan Bharta
Baingan Bharta
Baingan Bharata is a part of the national cuisines of both India and Pakistan. It’s creamy (without any cream), spicy, hearty and just plain delicious.


 Ringan Papdi Subji
Ringan Papdi Subji
Ringan papdi is Gujarati subji prepared with ringan (eggplant), papdi and various spices. Although this is Gujarati subji I made it without sugar because I want to enjoy original taste of papdi and eggplant.


 Bottle Gourd Subji
Bottle Gourd Subji
Bottle gourd/Dudhi or lauki is the most healthy and versatile vegetable that can be used in preparing a variety of savory and sweet dishes.


 Potato Subji
Potato Subji
Potato subji is a most common dish in Indian cuisine. Every state has its own taste and variation and It can be made many different ways. This is Gujarati style subji which is little spicy, tangy and sweet.


 Moong Dal Methi
Moong Dal Methi
Moong dal methi is a great combination of dal and vegetables. Methi leaves go well with in any kind of dal, but when you make with moong dal its taste awesome.


 Peas Eggplant Subji
Peas Eggplant Subji
Peas eggplant curry is perfect side dish for lunch and dinner. Peas and eggplant is a nice combination with each other as peas sweet flavor compensate eggplant little bitterness.


 Aloo Matar
Aloo Matar
Aloo matar is classical Punjabi dish which goes very well with all Indian bread. There are so many variations of aloo matar, however here is my version of aloo matar which is very creamy in texture without adding any cream.


 Peas, Carrot & Cauliflower Subji
Peas,Carrot & Cauliflower Subji
This is very colorful and flavored subji made with peas carrot and cauliflower. It is very simple yet very yummy. Kids would love this subji.


 Karela Subji
Karela Subji
Karela or Bitter melon or Bitter gourd has plenty of health benefits. Due to its bitterness properties people generally avoid eating it but with proper cooking, you can make it tasty. It is usually served with roti.


 Muli Bhaji
Muli Bhaji
Muli bhaji is a made from muli (radish) leaves, gram flour, and spices. It is easy to make and taste great with wheat roti and raita. You can also eat this bhaji alone without roti.


 Kaddu subji
Pumpkin(Kaddu) Subji
Pumpkin(Kaddu) subji is a sweet, sour and spicy dish. It is a very popular North Indian dish served with a puri, roti or any Indian flat bread.


 Eggplant Subji
Eggplant Subji
Eggplant subji taste delicious when it's made with olive oil. In this recipe eggplant shallow fried in olive oil with garlic and other spices.


 Vegetable Masoor Curry
Vegetable Masoor Curry
Vegetable masoor curry is 2 in 1 dish. Instead of making dal and subji separately you can make this dish which is quite delicious and time saver.


 Potato Methi Subji
Potato Methi Subji
Potato methi Subji is little different from famous Punjabi aloo methi. Basically, this is simple recipe without onion garlic. In this subji we are using fresh methi leaves, tomato, and spices.


 Bhindi Subji
Bhindi Subji
Bhindi subji is very simple and easy to make is also very healthy. This delightful recipe that has the spices melding wonderfully with the sauteed vegetables to bring out fabulous flavors.


 Tinda Subji
Tinda Subji
Tinda or round gourd is also known as apple gourd is very healthy and delicious. Garlic and onion add additional flavor to this subji.


 Spring Beans Subji
Spring Beans Subji
Spring beans or Green beans subji is very delicious and healthy. In this dish, spring beans cooked in very less oil with spices.


 Eggplant Potato Subji
Eggplant Potato Subji
Eggplant potato subji is a very famous combination in Indian curries. Both together makes a perfect curry suit everybody's taste. In this curry onion and garlic flavor gives the great taste to the dish.


 Dudhi Chana Dal Subji
Dudhi Chana Dal Subji
Dudhi/Lauki/Bottle gourd is very healthy and excellent for a low-calorie diet. In Indian cooking, bottle gourd is often combined with various lentils to make wonderful dishes.


 Aloo Methi Subji
Aloo Methi Subji
Aloo methi is a perfect combination of taste and health benefits. It is made from potatoes, methi leaves and spices. It can be served with roti or paratha.


 Parval Subji
Parval Subji
Parval or pointed gourd is the popular vegetable of the northern India. Parval has very buttery flavor and when spices mix in the subji it taste very delicious.


 Green Onion Carrot Subji
Green Onion Carrot Subji
Naturally sweet vegetable like carrot gives delicious taste while green onion spiced up the subji. A combination of both with peas provides extra flavor to this bright dish.


 Potato Onion Subji
Potato Onion Subji
Potato onion subji is very easy and simple to make. Potatoes are rich in vitamin C, calcium, and Iron. Onion is a good source of dietary fiber, vitamin B6, folate, potassium, and vitamin C.


 Tindora Subji
Tindora Subji
This tindora/ivy gourd recipe makes delicious subji with the minimal of ingredients and a flavor to die for. It is rich in beta-carotene and hence nutritious. It is also good for diabetics as it helps regulate the insulin metabolism.


 Green Pepper Subji
Green Pepper Subji
Green pepper or Simla mirch subji is a very flavorful and easy to cook. This recipe has a Gujarati touch to it, bringing back childhood memories of watching mom make this favorite vegetable for dinner.


 Potato Masala
Potato Masala
Potato masala is an excellent accompaniment to the south Indian meals. It is mainly used as masala for dosa. It is a popular south Indian dish also served with a puri, roti, or any Indian flat bread.


 Methi Malai Matar
Methi Malai Matar
Methi malai matar is a flavorful, creamy curry of North India.The leaves have a strong flavor and slightly bitter taste while green peas provide a little sweetness to the dish.


 Cabbage Subji
Cabbage Subji
Cabbage subji is healthy and flavorful side dish. Cabbage is an excellent source of vitamins K, C, A, B6, dietary fiber, calcium, folate, thiamin, and potassium.

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