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 their season. Enjoy the bounty with these recipes...
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!
Want a tasty, wholesome meal you can cook in really quickly? Try Mutter Mushroom Ki Subzi. Once your ingredients are prepared, it literally takes a few minutes to cook!
This simple, wholesome dish combines, cauliflower, peas and potatoes and is perfect when served with hot Chapatis
(Indian flatbread) or Parathas
(pan fried Indian flatbread)
Team this dish with plain boiled rice or hot chapatis (Indian flatbread).
There are two different versions of Baingan Bharta. One is made with cooked and the other with raw ingredients! This version is my favorite and has a distinctive flavor thanks to the mustard oil and raw ingredients in it.
This recipe is really easy and turns out a delicious dish!
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).
Hot and tangy, Achaari Baingan tastes great with hot chapatis (Indian flatbread).
Eat Kurkuri Bhindi with plain boiled rice and your favorite Daal (lentil) dish and you've got a tasty and nutritious meal.
Serve this simple veggie with hot Chapatis (Indian flatbread) and a tangy pickle.