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Quinoa Vegetable Khichdi | Quinoa-Fada Khichdi | Quinoa with Vegetables | Healthy Quinoa khichdi

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Quinoa Vegetables Khichdi is a wholesome one pot meal that can be served for breakfast, lunch, or as a dinner. Made with nutritious quinoa and broken wheat simmered with vegetables, cashew, and spices. This dish is quite wholesome and does not even require any grand accompaniments. This is easy to make and very quickly you can prepare this delicious yet healthy dish.


Kala Chana Curry | Gujarati Kala Chana Recipe | Kala Chana Masala

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This Gujarati curry is easy to make and yet very flavourful. Kala chana is rich source of protein, fiber, iron, and potassium, but the hard part is kala chana should be soaked at least 10-12 hours and pressure cook for a 7-8 whistle to cook really well otherwise it might be hard to digest for some people. This Kala Chana curry actually goes very well with puri but it can also taste great with thin wheat paratha.


Moong Puda | Moong Chilla | Whole Moong and Rice Puda

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Puda may be sweet or savory, deep-fried or tava-cooked. Here is a mildly-spiced version of puda made of moong beans, rice, onions, peanuts and other Indian spices and cooked on a tava with minimal oil. The use of the whole moong offers culinary and nutritious benefits. This is a wholesome and filling snack option.


INGREDIENTS: for 12-15 pudas
Whole moong  .......................... 1 Cup Parboiled rice  .......................... 1 Cup Green chili ......................................  3 Ginger .....................................  1 inch Onion cubes ..........................  ½ Cup Whole red chili ………...…..….……. 2 Curry leaves ……………............. 7- 8 Chopped coriander leaves ..... ¼ Cup Salt ................................. As per taste Roasted blanched peanut ...... ¼ Cup Roasted Cumin seeds…........ ½ Tbsp Black pepper …………...........  ½  tsp. Sesame seeds ………...…..... 2 Tbsp Oil .................................... As needed


Rajgira Bhakhri | Upvas Bhakhri | Farali Bhakhari | Rajgira Roti

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Rajgira/ Amaranth is one of the most protein-rich of any plant-based food. It is also rich in iron, calcium, manganese, and fiber. To get benefits of this amazing grain today I am sharing this bhakhri recipe. I add Singhara (water chestnut) flour for binding which is also considered as healthy ingredients. This healthy bhakhri is very easy and simple to make and you can eat this in fasting or any regular day with tea, coffee or curd.



Rajwadi Khichdi | Shahi Khichdi | Vaghareli Khichdi

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An amazing khichdi made from rice and toor dal. This khichdi made with desi ghee which gives a rich flavor and taste. Green peas, eggplant, potato, cashew nuts, and spices are used to add volume and flavoring to the khichdi. Enjoy this unique and rich khichdi with fresh yogurt.


Oats Bhakhari | Oats Indian Flat Bread | Oats Roti

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Oats is whole grain loaded with healthy carbohydrate, fiber, protein, and iron. This is an interesting form of eating oats for breakfast. Instead of having regular oatmeal you can enjoy delicious bhakhari. Oats bhakhari is the best way to eat oats. Start your day with tasty and healthy oats bhakhari as a wholesome meal. The recipe is simple and easy, like regular bhakhari.


Cabbage Subji | Cabbage Subji With Potato and Peas

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Cabbage subji is a healthy and flavorful side dish. Cabbage is an excellent source of vitamins K, C, A, B6, dietary fiber, calcium, folate, thiamin, and potassium. Cabbage stir fried along with potatoes and peas makes subji more delicious. It is an easy and comfort subji which goes well with wheat roti.


Rajgira Halwa | Amaranth Flour Halwa | Fasting Halwa Recipe

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Rajgira(Amaranth) halwa is very quick to make and taste delicious. Rajgira is such a favorite on days of fasting. It has the enormous nutrition that few know about. In this halwa rajgiraflour roasted in ghee, then add sugar and boiled milk.


Green Pepper Subji | Simla Mirch Subji

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Green pepper or Simla Mirchsubji is 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. It goes well with wheat roti.


Tindora Subji | Ivy Gourd Subji

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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. This subji is very simple to make yet very delicious.


Potato Onion Subji | Aloo Subji

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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. So tries this subji and gets benefits of potatoes and onions.


Red Chora Curry | Red Cow Peas Curry| Gujarati Style Red Chora Curry

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Red chora is known as chora in Gujarat. Like other beans, they are very nutritious and have high iron content. This is Gujarati style chora recipe which is easy and quick. It goes well with any kind of roti.



Green Onion Carrot Subji

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Green onion carrot is quick, simple and comforting 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. It goes well with chapati or paratha.

Spring Beans Subji | Green Beans Subzi

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Spring beans or Green beans subji is very delicious and healthy. In this dish, spring beans cooked in very less oil with spices. Olive oil and chopped garlic give additional flavor to the subji. It is served with wheat roti.


Quick Pulao | One Pot Vegetable Pulao

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Quick pulao is one of the favorite dishes in my family. This is my mother recipe and she used to make this dish very often as we like very much. This is same as regular pulao but this is one pot dish which is an easy and quick version of my pulao dishes. This is a great meal for a lunch box or quick dinner.



Potato methi Subji | Potato and Fenugreek Leaves Subji

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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. Potatoes are the main ingredient for this dish. In India, potatoes are used in varieties of dishes and this is one of them.

Peas, Carrot & Cauliflower Subji | Mix Vegetable Subji

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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.


Vegetable Dalia | Dalia | Vegetable Wheat Fada

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Vegetable Dalia is a healthy one pot meal. Dalia means broken wheat which is normally used for making many sweet dishes. But here is the recipe of veg dalia which is considered to be one of the simplest and healthy food, low in fat & cholesterol, high in iron & fiber.


Masala Thepla | Whole Wheat Masala Roti

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Masala thepla is the most popular thepla in Gujarat. This is a very easy and quick to make and comfort food for the picnic or traveling as it stays for 2-3 days or even more. You can eat them with a pickle, plain yogurt or tea/coffee.


Roti Churmu | Sweet Churmu

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Roti churmu is a sweet dish made from wheat rotis. If you have leftover rotis and can't decide what to do with that rotis.  Here is a really quick recipe to utilize leftover rotis and transform into a yummy dessert. For this recipe, you need jaggery, ghee and sliced almonds.