No Onion No Garlic Recipes Step by Step – There are people who don’t eat onion and garlic due to health or religious reasons or there may be times when you are short of onion and garlic or you want a break from the regular onion garlic recipes. For all such times, we bring to you No Onion No Garlic Recipes of the favorite classics. There are many dishes for which onion and garlic seem indispensable. But here we have created them without onion and garlic, without compromising on the taste and texture. After all, classics should remain classics.
Curry recipe prepared using Kabuli chana (chickpea), without the use of onions and garlic is no onion no garlic chole. Kabuli chana is cooked in tomato puree along with garam masala and powdered spices to make a spicy and tangy chana masala. It has the heat of red chili powder, the tanginess of tamarind pulp and flavors of whole garam masala. This chole recipe, being a jain recipe, is very quick and easy.
For the recipe of Jain chole – Visit.
It wasn’t difficult to omit onion garlic from butter paneer masala because butter paneer masala is as a tomato-based gravy. But if there is a pinch of garlic, makes it superbly delicious. However, we have added some ingredients which make this butter paneer masala absolutely creamy and flavourful.
For butter paneer masala recipe – here
Melt in mouth dumplings made up of cottage cheese and potatoes, cooked in a creamy and velvety gravy, making a rich combination. This particular recipe for malai kofta is no onion no garlic recipe, still, it is absolutely luscious. The koftas are very simple, flavor with freshly ground black pepper and some coriander.
For the recipe for malai kofta – here.
Soft and melt in mouth bites made up of gram flour cooked in a light and tangy yogurt-based gravy is pitod ki sabji. This foodstuff belongs to Rajasthan. It is prepared in a number of ways, as in the different households makes pitod ki sabzi in different ways. I have prepared it in my favorite gravy for Rajasthani food that is no onion and no garlic yogurt gravy.
For the recipe of Rajasthani pitod – here.
I was glad when I found this recipe. There ain’t many main course recipes using cabbage. Cabbage kofta curry recipe is a healthy kofta curry recipe, as the koftas have not been deep-fried. I love to give these koftas, without curry of course, to in kids in their dabbas as in tiffin too ;).
For the recipe of cabbage kofta curry – here.
This comes from Rajasthan. Mangodis are dried dumplings made of lentils and some spices. These have a long shelf life and is found in every pantry of Rajasthan (almost every). Many homemakers love to make mangodis at home. However, they are also available in the market and I used the store-bought ones for this recipe. These mangodis come really handy when you are short of fresh vegetables.
For the recipe of aloo mangodi – here.
Dal makhani is regularly prepared at my place. I always try to make it in a different way. Believe me; ever since I made dal makhani without onion and garlic, this has become our family’s favorite. So even when we can have dal makhani with onion and garlic, we prefer this recipe over the others.
For dal makhani recipe – here
It is important to have a good jain chana masala recipe bookmarked because chana masala or chole is often prepared in Indian households as havan recipe or pooja recipe or shradh recipe. in those times onion and garlic is totally avoided. This recipe will give you very flavourful chhole and somehow whenever I have to serve chole with poori, I prefer to make chole without onion and garlic and go for this recipe.
For chana masala recipe – here
Well, this recipe for Rajma masala is not only a no onion no garlic version but also the easiest rajma recipe I have ever prepared. In spite of being the easiest, it is absolutely flavourful. There is a secret ingredient that makes this Rajma absolutely delectable and creamy.
For rajma masala recipe – here