The other day, we had a request from a viewer for Jeera Alu and we both could have sworn it was there on the website! We searched for it in vain and realized we have not made it for ShowMeTheCurry.com yet! Sacrilege, Shame on our part….so without further adieu, here it is! Jira Aloo ki Subzi is by far the most common and yet, one of the most loved side dishes in any North Indian…"Jeera Aloo (Cumin Flavored Potatoes)"
Category: Subzis (Vegetables)
Subzi recipies and podcasts
Palak Paneer has got to be the most popular and recognized vegetarian dishes in North Indian cuisine. The combination of fresh, vitamin packed spinach leaves with protein rich homemade cottage cheese or panir has all the characteristics of a well balanced meal. Try this Dhaba style recipe, or rustic version of palak paneer, and enjoy the amazing textures and flavors of spinach, garlic, ginger, onions, tomatoes….simply yum!"Dhaba Style Palak Paneer"
Who does not like Paneer? And what better way to have Panir than this particular Paneer Bhurjee Recipe! We love the versatility of this dish, and as the name suggests, it can be had as a Subzi (side dish), or in a Naan / Chapati / Paratha roll or for breakfast, on a toast, use it as a filling for samosas…the list is endless and the options, priceless!"Paneer Bhurji | Panir Bhurjee | Scrambled Paneer Subzi"
Radish / Daikon / Mooli, has an amazingly long shelf-life and we figured this would be a great recipe to add to our collection during these days. In this Rashish and Collard Greens Subzi, what we love is the simplicity of the dish and yet, allowing the Radish and the Greens to shine and bring out their true flavors. It’s a quick dish to make and very versatile. Enjoy this very rustic dish that will…"Radish with Greens Subzi"
Kohlrabi or German Turnip, also known as Ganth Gobi in Hindi, is a part of the Cauliflower/Cabbage family. Just like it’s relatives, it is highly nutritious and very low on carbs. Though it looks like a turnip, the flavors are more like the stem of a broccoli or a cauliflower. In this dish, we created pretty much a one-pot meal with some very interesting textures and colors. The Kale Leaves, besides the pop of color,…"Mung Dal with Kale and Kohlrabi (Ganth Gobi)"