This is a quick, basic, light, easy-to-digest and no-frills recipe and a great way to get your dose of cooked vegetables in a healthful manner in a meal. It serves as a great accompaniment to roti and rice and gravy based dishes like sambhar, rasam, dhal etc., but can also be enjoyed as is for those veggie lovers out there. You can play with the vegetable combinations to use a combination of seasonal vegetables like carrots, cabbage, cauliflower, beans, peas, cluster beans, beetroot etc. or just use one vegetable at a time. The spices are mild, yet flavorful and aid in enhancing the digestibility of the dish.
Ivy gourd fry (tindora sabzi) is a delicious, versatile vegetable preparation that pairs well with rotis, parathas, puris, rice etc. Add a lentil/dhal dish and you have a complete meal!
This cauliflower pumpkin bell pepper sabzi is the perfect accompaniment to rotis/chapathis when you are short on time, but don’t want to compromise on taste or healthfulness of your meal. This recipe doesn’t contain onion or garlic.