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Vegetarian Recipes

Not only does India have a dazzling array of fresh vegetables, each region has its own style of cooking them! This makes for mind-boggling variety.

Khasta Kachori - Crispy Savory Lentil-filled Pastry
Learn how to make this delectable, filling and very fulfilling crispy Khasta Kachori...

Dahi Vada
Dahi Vada can just as easily be a main dish on a hot day as it can be the perfect accompaniment to other meat or vegetable dishes on a special occassion. You can also eat it as a snack!

Mutter Paneer
This North Indian curry made with mutter (peas) and paneer (cottage cheese) is an all time favourite in most Indian restaurants. Make it in your home and you've got a sure crowd pleaser!

Sultani Daal
Learn how to make Sultani Daal, a dish fit for any King!

Palak Poori - Fried Spinach Flatbread
Crispy, golden Pooris with an unusual, healthy touch - Spinach (Palak in Hindi)! This bread goes really well with any dish - vegetarian or otherwise - and your favorite pickle. The perfect Palak Poori is pale golden in color and puffed up almost like a ball!

Sev Batata Puri
Sev Batat Puri is a hugely popular Indian street food. It is a great, easy to make snack for when you are feeling munchy...

Pindi Chana
Learn how to cook this North Indian favorite, right here....

Dhoka Daalna - Daaler Dhoka - Daaler Bodar Tarkari - Lentil Curry
This is my Mother-in-law's recipe for a well-loved and very tasty Bengali dish - Dhoka Daalna or Daaler Dhoka...

Anglo-Indian Daal
Delicious Daal cooked Anglo-Indian style is the perfect comfort food! Get the recipe here and try it....

Daal Amritsari
Tasty and wholesome Daal Amritsari is one of my favorite comfort foods. Serve on its own, with Kachumbar salad or on a bed of plain rice. Yummy!

Lentil Recipes
Lentils figure hugely in most Indian meals. Here are the recipes for some popular Indian dishes made with them...

Patta Gobhi Mutter Aur Badi Ki Sabji - Stir Fired Cabbage with Peas and Badi
Serve this simple yet delicious veggie dish with hot Chapatis (Indian flatbread) and a tangy pickle.

Leafy, Green Vegetable Recipes
If you're looking to add the good greens to your diet, here are a few tasty suggestions for how you can cook and enjoy them...

Mixed Vegetable Curry
This dish is so easy to make and tastes great with plain rice, hot Chaptis or Parathas. Take a look....

Grilled Eggplant Salad
Get the recipe for my Grilled Eggplant Salad here. It's simple, delicious and easy to make... a winning combination!

Daal-Palak Ka Shorba - Lentil and Spinach Soup
A delicious, wholesome soup for when the weather is cold! Warm up with my wholesome Daal-Palak Ka Shorba...

Kadhai Kumbh - Kadhai Mushroom - Stir Fry Mushrooms
A simple, wholesome dish, Kadhai Kumbh can be put together really quickly and served with Parathas, for a meal that is sure to delight! Here is the recipe...

Bhindi Dopiaza - Okra Dopiaza
The name Dopiaza literally means onions twice! This North Indian recipe calls for onions, to be used in large quantities and in two batches. It is really easy to cook...

Asparagus Ki Subji
This simple, really easy to cook dish tastes so good! Try my recipe for Asparagus Ki Subji...

Brussel Sprouts Ki Sabji
Brussel sprouts are not a vegetable seen in Indian markets or at Indian tables. Don't let this intimidate you from trying to cook them Indian style though. Here's my recipe...

Turai Ki Sabzi - Torai Sabji - Stir Fry Chinese Okra
Nobody makes Turai Ki Sabzi like my Mom! This is her recipe...

Hara Bhara Aaloo
Hara Bhara Aaloo is easy to cook and looks like you labored over it. It tastes great with freshly made, hot Chapatis!

Karahi Paneer - Paneer Karahi
I created this recipe while experimenting with ingredients in my kitchen. I have named it Karahi Paneer because I cooked it, stir-fry style, in my wok (karahi)! Serve Karahi Paneer with hot Chapatis or Parathas.

Achaari Paneer - Pickle Style Paneer
Made with all the same spices that go into a pickle, this delicious dish goes well with chapatis (Indian flatbread), parathas (fried Indian flatbread) or naans (flatbread made in a tandoor or oven).

Khatta Meetha Karela - Sweet and Sour Bitter Gourd
Though Karela/ Bitter Gourd is not one of my favorite veggies, even I have to admit this dish is pretty tasty! Serve Khata Mettha Karela with hot Chapatis!

Paneer Dopiaza
The name Dopiaza literally means onions twice! This recipe calls for onions, to be used in large quantities and in two batches. It is really easy to cook but tastes like you spent hours, lovingly preparing it! What more can you ask for? Serve Paneer Dopiaza with hot Chapatis.

Semolina Recipes
Semolina is a versatile ingredient and easy to cook with. Here is a collection of recipes for delicious dishes you can make with it...

Sevai Upma - Vermicelli Upma
No matter where you go in India, Upma is a hot favorite breakfast food! Originally from South India, this tasty dish can be eaten for breakfast, brunch or as a snack and is so wholesome you can even make a meal of it! Upma is originally made with coarse semolina. Try my easy recipe for Upma made with Sevai or vermicelli. You'll love it!

Chinese Bhel
Indo Chinese or Chindian food is a product of the huge Chinese community that lives in India. The delicious flavors of their food have been taken and adapted to the Indian palate. This easy recipe uses previously prepared Indo Chinese Szechuan Sauce that can be made ahead and stored in your fridge for future use. Chinese Bhel is a delicious...

Chinese Dosa
Indo Chinese or Chindian food is a product of the huge Chinese community that lives in India. The delicious flavors of their food have been taken and adapted to the Indian palate. This easy recipe combines the Indian Dosa with a delicious stir fried Chinese style filling!

Gobhi Szechuan
Indo Chinese or Chindian food is a product of the huge Chinese community that lives in India. The delicious flavors of their food have been taken and adapted to the Indian palate. This easy recipe uses previously prepared Indo Chinese Szechuan Sauce that can be made ahead and stored in your fridge for future use.

Paneer Szechuan
Indo Chinese or Chindian food is a product of the huge Chinese community that lives in India. The delicious flavors of their food have been taken and adapted to the Indian palate. This easy recipe uses previously prepared Indo Chinese Szechuan Sauce that can be made ahead and stored in your fridge for future use.

Dill Recipes - Shepoo Recipes - Sowa Recipes
With its delicate fern-like leaves and beautiful fragrance, Dill is often used as a main ingredient in Indian cooking. It is a great source of dietary fiber, calcium, magnesium, manganese and iron and contains volatile oils with anti-carcinogenic properties. These very same volatile oils also have bacteria-regulating properties, that can protect you from potential bacterial infections! Dill has a…

Potato Recipes
The humble potato may not look too fancy but it is definitely popular! From crisps in the UK to hash browns in the US and Vada Pav in India, potatoes are a favorite comfort food. Being a high carbohydrate food, potatoes have always been shunned by dieters. A little known fact though, is that they are a rich source of vitamins B6 and C, potassium and dietary fibre. Don't lose out by letting this v…

Punjabi Baingan Bharta - Punjabi Style Eggplant
Punjabi Baingan Bharta is so easy to make and has a lovely smokey flavor from the roasted eggplant!

Spinach Recipes
Spinach is a great way to get your greens and is choc-full of all the good stuff. It may not be everybody's favorite veggie, but that is probably thanks to the unimaginative way it is often cooked! Here is a host of recipes that I often use to cook this leafy green. The result? My normally picky five-year-old loves spinach!

Tomato Recipes
There's nothing to beat juicy, ripe, red tomatoes! They are traditionally used as part of the masala (spice blend) in Indian cooking but every now and then they play the leading part in a dish. Tomatoes are perfect for when you want to give a dish a tangy flavor. Here're some delicious ways to use them in your everyday cooking.

Besan/ Gram Flour Recioes
Besan or Gram Flour is a very popular, commonly used ingredient in Indian cooking. It is usually made by grinding Bengal Gram or Chana Daal into a powder and has a lovely nutty flavor. Besan is not just used in savory dishes but also in some famous Indian desserts. Here are some recipes that call for it...

Soti Boti - Batter Fried Paneer Skewers
Soti Boti is a hugely popular Punjabi snack! Get the recipe here...

Aaloo Postu - Potato Stir Fried with Poppy Seeds
Learn how to make this well-loved and simple Bengali dish.

Tava Pulao - Griddle Fried Rice
This is a well-loved street food in India! Made from rice and mixed vegetables all stir-fried together on a large griddle-like pan called a Tava, it makes for a delicious and very satisfying meal. Get the recipe here.

Cabbage Foogath - Cabbage Foogad
Foogath is the term used for any vegetable dish made with coconut and curry leaves. The ingredients are few and the recipe simple as can be.

Eat-Any-Time Indian Foods
Breakfast, lunch or dinner, these foods are terrific any time of day! Theyr'e also fairly simple to make. What more can you ask for?!

Avocado Raita - Avocado with Yogurt
Avocado Raita is the Indian version of guacamole and tastes yummy with just about anything you serve it with. Turn up the heat by adding more red chilli powder and chopped green chillies!

Dahi Baingan - Eggplant with Yogurt - Pan Fried Eggplant in Seasoned Yogurt
I was seriously impressed when I first ate this very simple, yet delicious dish in my Aunt's home. In fact, I actually made a bit of a piggie of myself... I had 4 servings of it! Needless to say, I didn't get around to eating much else. Dahi Baingan can be eaten by itself, with plain, fragrant boiled rice and even with Chapatis.

Daal Pakwaan - Sindhi Lentil Curry with Crispy Fried Bread
A hot favorite in any Sindhi home, Daal Pakwan is easy to cook and makes for a wholesome, tasty meal.

Moong Daal Ka Cheela - Savory Moong Bean Pancakes
This is a great breakfast food or even perfect as an accompaniment to any gravy-based dish. Writing this recipe brings back happy memories of my Grandfather (who was a great cook and one of my best friends) making Cheela for me! Happy days!

Gobhi Aaloo Mutter Ki Subzi - Cauliflower Peas and Potatoes
This is a simple, wholesome dish that is perfect when served with hot Chapatis (Indian flatbread) or Parathas (pan fried Indian flatbread). It makes for a quick and easy meal on those days when you can't be bothered spending hours in the kitchen.

Paneer Recipes - Indian Cottage Cheese Recipes
In India, cottage cheese is the perfect alternative for vegetarians! Paneer (the name it is known by in India), is often homemade in big blocks (not runny as in the rest of the world) and then cut into cubes or slices. Its delicate milky flavor easily absorbs and adapts to the flavors of other ingredients used in a dish with it. As a result, it...

Papad Ki Sabzi - Poppadum Curry
This unusual dish from Rajasthan in western India, is one of those foods you can cook when you're in a hurry and want a hot, cooked meal. It tastes great with plain boiled rice!

Daal-Baati - Rajasthani Lentils and Dumplings
This almost staple dish from the cuisine of Rajasthan in western India, is simple and nutritious. It is even served on special occasions!

Makkai Bharvaan Tamatar - Stuffed Tomatoes with Corn and Capsicum Filling
This is a delicious side dish to serve with any meal. Learn how to make it.

Chilli Paneer - Hot and Sour Stir Fried Cottage Cheese
This delicious dish is an Indian adaptation of a Chinese recipe! Here's the recipe...

Bharvaan Karela - Stuffed Bitter Melon - Stuffed Bitter Gourd
Karela (bitter gourd/ melon) stuffed with a tangy filling! The best part? The bitterness of the karela is more or less removed with a 'special treatment'!

Karela Chips - Bitter Gourd Chips - Bitter Melon Chips
Bitter Gourd just has to be my least favorite vegetable. Inspite of this, I have to admit it is one of those "good for you" foods! In India, karela (bitter gourd/ melon) is often prescribed to those with diabetes as it is believed to have properties that lower blood sugar levels. It is also thought to be an excellent blood purifier and also often used to treat problems like acne.

Baingan Recipes - Eggplant Recipes - Brinjal Recipes
This is my absolute favorite vegetable! I cook it by itself and add it to other dishes to enhance their flavor and nutritional value. Eggplant is made in numerous different ways in India. Here are just a few of them...

Bhindi Recipes - Indian Okra Recipes
Bhindi, also known as Okra and Ladyfinger, is a versatile and easy vegetable to cook. You can fry it, curry it, stuff it.... It is also one of my top favorites veggies. Here are some delicious dishes you can make with it.

Shahi Baingan - Eggplant Curry with Dried Fruit
I love eggplant and Shahi Baingan takes this humble veggie to another level! The nuts and raisins add a regal touch to the dish making it fit to serve a king!

Sheila's Sai Bhaaji - Sai Bhaji - Sindhi-Style Spinach and Mixed Vegetables
Sai Bhaaji is a typical Sindhi (western Indian) food. I got this recipe from my Editor (at my first job!) Sheila Shahani. This is how she makes it in her home. The greens and veggies in it make it a healthy meal choice. Serve Sai Bhaaji with hot Chapatis.

Mukhmali Kofta - Cheese Balls in Thick Indian Gravy
These melt-in-your mouth cheese balls submerged in a thick Indian gravy, are a treat to eat! Serve them with Naans, Parathas or Jeera Rice. This recipe makes 32 cheese balls.

Rogani Kumbh - - Mushrooms in Rich Onion Tomato Gravy
This delicious North Indian dish gets its name Rogan (meaning red) from the redness of its gravy. Don't let the color scare you though, because this is not a particularly hot dish. The red color comes from the tomatoes in the gravy!

Palak Ki Daal - Moong Lentils with Spinach
I love this Daal for two reasons - it's tasty and filled with good stuff!

Sookhi Moong Ki Daal - Dry Moong Lentils
Serve this tasty lentil dish with hot Chapatis or Parathas and your favorite pickle for a simple yet very fulfilling meal.

Shahi Daal - Mixed Lentil Curry
This soup-like dish combines five different kinds of Daals (lentils) and is therefore also known as Panchratan Daal. Serve it with Naans or plain boiled rice and a salad.

Warm Moong Bean Salad
Yummy, very healthy and made in a jiffy! This is my Aunt's recipe for Moong Bean Salad...

Navratan Korma - Nine-gem Curry
This delicious Mughlai dish gets its name Navratan (meaning nine gems) from the nine different veggies, fruit and nuts used in it! Serve it with hot Naans and you're sure to impress!

Gherkin Stir Fry - Tendli Bhaaji
My favorite way to eat Tendli Bhaaji is with hot Chapatis. This simple, Konkani recipe for cooking gherkin turns out a really tasty dish!

Paneer Bhurjee
A tasty version of Anda Bhurjee (stir-fried eggs), Paneer Bhurjee is also a great breakfast dish. It also makes a quick and easy dinner dish when teamed with hot Chapatis or Parathas.

Tandoori Paneer Tikka
Soft, juicy chunks of paneer marinated in Tandoori masala and then grilled with veggies! This is a great dish to serve at your next barbeque.

Butter Mutter Paneer
This dish is the vegetarian version of the popular Butter Chicken!

Mutter Mushroom Ki Subzi
Want a tasty, wholesome meal you can cook in minutes? Try Mutter Mushroom Ki Subzi!

Bharvaan Simla Mirchi
This is another one of those foods that look like they take a lot of time and effort to make but in truth, are easy to prepare. Bharvaan Simla Mirchi can even be stuffed with Masala Kheema (see recipe below).

Bharvaan Baingan
Baby eggplants stuffed with a delicious, tangy spice mix! Serve this really easy-to-cook dish with plain white rice and Lehsuni Daal (garlic-flavored yellow lentils).

Baingan-Aaloo Ki Subji
I have never met an eggplant I didn't love! Eggplant is one of my favorite vegetables. The nice thing is you can make it so many ways. This recipe is really easy and turns out a delicious dish that tastes great when served with hot Chapatis.

Tadka Daal
This easy to cook dish is so tasty it is among the most popular Daal dishes in India. Cook it and you'll see why...

Zucchini Ki Bhaji
This delicious recipe is courtesy my dear friend Lekha Menon. It's easy to cook and so tasty, I for one could eat it all by itself. You of course, can choose to combine it with hot Chapatis or rice and your favorite Daal!

Sookha Kala Chana
Sookha Kala Chana is easy to make and tastes really nice as a snack or side dish in a main meal. The Chana is also an excellent source of protein.

Palak Ki Subzi
Quick to make and good to eat is the perfect caption for Palak Ki Subzi! This is a tasty vegetable dish and it is full of good nutrients too.

Aaloo Shepoo Chi Bhaaji/ Aaloo Sowa Ki Subji
I love this tasty vegetable dish from Maharashtra in western India, for its sheer simplicity. It takes just 10-15 minutes to make from start to finish but the results are very satisfying indeed. Serve Aaloo Shepu Chi Bhaaji with hot Chapatis and a bowl of your favorite Daal (lentils).

Most Popular Indian Vegetarian Dishes
Veggie foods we love..and you will too! These are some of most searched for and most loved Indian vegetarian recipes. They are not just favorites among Indians. People all over the world enjoy them and some of them have iconic status...well almost.

Masala Daal
This tasty dish goes just as well with hot Chapatis as it does with plain boiled rice. Throw in a salad or a veggie dish and you've got the perfect vegetarian meal!

Bharvaan Bhindi (stuffed okra)
Serve Bharvaan Bhindi as the perfect crunchy accompaniment to plain boiled rice and a Daal (lentil dish) of your choice.

Dahi Bhindi (okra in yoghurt sauce)
This tangy dish tastes great with hot Chapatis (Indian flatbread) and Lehsuni Daal (garlic flavored lentils).

Paav Bhaaji
A well-loved food all over India, Paav Bhaaji is western Indian in origin. Paav Bhaji is so wholesome you can have it as a meal. It is also a hot favorite Indian street food! Here's the recipe...

Mirchi Ka Saalan (hot-sour green peppers)
Mirchi Ka Saalan is a hot, tangy dish best eaten with hot Chapatis (Indian flatbread) or Parathas (layered Indian flatbread).

Sarson Ka Saag
This typically Punjabi (North Indian) dish tastes really nice with Makki Ki Roti (Indian maize flatbread) and a dollop of fresh butter.

South Indian Kadhi
Unlike the Kadhi made in North India, this dish does not include Pakodis (gram flour fritters) and turmeric. This dish must be eaten as it is made because reheating will cause the yoghurt in it to curdle.

Tomato Kadhi
Tangy, tasty and so simple to make, Tomato Kadhi goes really well with plain boiled rice. It's also full of veggies, so it's good for you too.

Sindhi Kadhi
This tangy curry is traditionally made by the Sindhi community. Serve it with a long-grained, fragrant rice like Basmati. Since it's full of vegetables and made with tomatoes and gram flour, it's also nutritious.

Pakodi Kadhi (yoghurt and gram flour curry with fritters)
Serve this nutritious dish with piping hot plain boiled rice. Versions of this Kadhi are made in both Northern and Western India. Kadhi can also be made without the Pakodis (fritters).

Sookha Aaloo-Simla Mirch (dry potato-capsicum/bell pepper)
Baby potatoes and crunchy bell peppers make this dish subtle yet tasty. Serve it with hot Chapatis (Indian flatbread) or plain boiled rice and Kaali Daal (black lentil curry).

Kaddu Ki Subji (pumpkin)
In this dish, the slightly sweet flavor of the pumpkin is offset by the heat from the chillies and the tanginess from the raw mango powder. Serve it with hot Chapatis (Indian flatbread).

Pyaaz Ka Bharta (seasoned onions)
Rustle up this dish when you want something tasty but don't have time to get elaborate. It tastes great with plain or stuffed parathas.

Bund Gobhi Ki Subji (stir fry cabbage)
Serve this simple veggie with hot Chapatis (Indian flatbread) and a tangy pickle.

Aaloo Ka Bharta
Aaloo Ka Bharta or seasoned, mashed potato Indian-style has its home in the state of Bihar in North India. Serve it with hot chapatis (Indian flatbread) topped with ghee.

South Indian Stir-fried Potato
This easy-to-make potato dish tastes great as a filling in Dosas (crispy rice batter pancakes) or eaten with hot chapatis (Indian flatbread) or parathas (pan-fried Indian flatbread).

Kashmiri Dum Aaloo
A typical Kashmiri recipe, Dum Aaloo is cooked under Dum or pressure. In this cooking method, the food is cooked under pressure in its own juices.

Serve Sambar piping hot with Idlis, Vadas or just plain and simple boiled rice.

Lobia (black-eyed bean curry)
Serve this tasty and healthy bean dish with piping hot plain boiled rice, Kachumbar and your favorite pickle.

Gobhi Methi (cauliflower with fenugreek)
Team this dish with plain boiled rice or hot chapatis (Indian flatbread).

Chole - Chickpea Curry
Serve this crowd pleaser piping hot and accompanied by pooris/ bhatooras (fried Indian bread).

Hara Bhara Kabab
A tasty alternative for those who love kababs but are vegetarian, Hara Bhara kabab gets its name and green colour from the healthy spinach in it.

Daal Bukhara (Bukhara-style black lentils)
Bukhara-style cooking is from the North West Frontier Province of what used to be India before the partition happened at independence. NWFP is now in Pakistan but this rich style of cooking still happily straddles the border and is well loved on either side!

Achaari Baingan (pickle-style baby eggplant)
Hot and tangy, Achaari Baingan tastes great with hot chapatis (Indian flatbread).

Kurkuri Bhindi (crispy okra)
Eat this okra dish with plain boiled rice and Lehsuni Daal (garlic-flavored lentils) and you've got a tasty and nutritious meal.

Vegetable Kolhapuri
From the state of Maharashtra in western India, this popular dish is traditionally spicy but you can adjust the heat to your tastebuds. Serve it with plain boiled rice or hot chapatis (Indan flatbread).

Kaali Daal (black lentils)
Another popular North Indian dish, Kaali Daal is also known as Ma Ki Daal (mom's lentils) since it is wholesome and delicious! Serve Kaali Daal with a vegetable side dish and Naans (tandoor baked flatbread) or Butter Chicken and Naans.

Malai Kofta (vege-balls in a thick sauce)
A dish for special occassions, Malai Kofta is the vegetarian alternative to meatballs. It goes very well with naans (tandoor-baked flatbread) or Jeera Rice.

Khatta Meetha Baingan (sweet-sour eggplant)
If you thought eggplant was a boring vegetable you haven't eaten this dish. Try it, you'll definitely like it.

Baingan Ka Bharta (seasoned roast eggplant)
This dish has a distinctive flavour thanks to the mustard oil used in it. Baingan Bharta is a healthy food - eggplant that is the main ingredient, is low in fat and sodium and high in dietary fiber, vitamins C and B6 magnesium, phosphorus and pottasium. Add to that the tomatoes, green chillies, garlic and onion and you've packed a mighty...

Chatpati Arvi (hot and sour, crispy fried colocasia/taro)
Very similiar to potatoes in both texture and taste, colocasia is easy to cook. It goes really well with meat dishes. This dish from North India tastes especially good with plain boiled rice and Lehsuni Daal (garlic flavored lentils)or Rajma (red kidney bean curry).

Palak Paneer (spinach and cottage cheese)
Another hot favorite North Indian dish! This mildly flavored dish is super healthy too. If Paneer is not on hand or you want a dairy-free option you can also use tofu or veggies like cauliflower or potato.

Bhindi Ki Subji (stir-fried okra)
This simple dish tastes great with hot chapatis (Indian flatbread) or parathas (pan-fried Indian flatbread). Team with a dish like Rajma (red kidney bean curry) and you've got a terrific vegetarian meal.

Rajma (red kidney bean curry)
This dish is extremely popular not just in North India but elsewhere as well. Serve Rajma with plain boiled rice, Kachumbar salad and your favourite pickle.

Baigun Bhaja (fried eggplant)
Baigun Bhaja (fried eggplant) from the state of West Bengal is a great side dish for any meal. You won't believe how easy it is to make!

Lehsuni Daal (garlic flavoured lentils)
Made with masoor daal (orange lentils) this dish is simple and very tasty. It is in fact almost a staple in most homes. It makes a great accompaniment for plain boiled rice and a vegetable or meat dish. The recipe makes enough for 2-3 servings.

Paneer Kabab (cottage cheese kabab)
This simple dish can be made ahead of time and grilled quickly when you're ready to eat. It also makes a great appetizer.

Beans Foogath
Foogath is the term used for any vegetable dish made with coconut and curry leaves. The ingredients are few and the recipe simple as can be.

Aaloo Mutter (peas and potatoes)
If you're in a rush but want something tasty and wholesome to eat, this is the dish for you. You can cook it quickly in a pan and even quicker in a pressure cooker.

Seasonal Fall Recipes
My Grandmother always said it was good to eat seasonal and that certain foods flourished in certain seasons, because they were what our bodies required in that season. I don't know how scientific this is but I have always followed her advice and never regretted it. Not only are seasonal foods probably good for you, they are also cheaper in...

Cholar Daal - Bengali Style Lentils
This is a tasty, easy to cook dish packed full of the goodness of lentils! Try it...

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