Indian Vegetarian Recipes | Collection of 10 Best Indian Vegetable Recipes

Indian cuisine is vast and offers an array of veg dishes. Indian vegetarian dinner recipes include various flatbreads, gravy or dal, side dishes, salad, raita, rice preparations, etc. Although it totally varies from household to household. Some people prefer easy veg recipes for dinner Indian, and some might like elaborate veg dishes. It is a good practice to keep the dinner light. Exceptions such as parties, get-togethers, etc. are okay. For parties, even I like to make exclusive Indian vegetarian recipes. Indian veg recipes are very popular across the globe and are absolute crowd-pleasers.

The Indian vegetarian dinner recipes include n number of gravies. Well, the gravies can be prepared with onions, tomatoes, ginger-garlic chilies as done for Mushroom Curry or simple yogurt-based gravy as is prepared for Dahi wale aloo. Or there could be no onion no garlic, tomato-based gravy which is used to make Jain Butter Paneer Masala. Other than these there are restaurant-style gravies such as the white gravy used to make malai kofta or the makhani gravy. The no onion no garlic gravies are easy veg recipes for dinner Indian. The cooking time is less and these are quite fuss-free.

The most commonly used ingredients for Indian vegetarian dinner recipes are paneer, aloo, dal, etc. Although Indian veg recipes include a line up of seasonal vegetables. Let’s have a look at popular as well as seasonal Indian Vegetarian Recipes:

Collection of 10 Best Indian Vegetable Recipes

    1. Malai Kofta: This is one of the most popular Indian Vegetarian Recipes. Malai kofta can be prepared in any of the different Indian gravies. However, I vouch for the malai kofta in white gravy. Melt in mouth dumpling cooked in creamy and rich gravy is a delectable veg dish. This recipe has such a perfect balance of flavors that even those who do not prefer slight sweetness in this Indian veg recipe will love it. This is my favorite malai kofta recipe. You might also like
    1. Chana Masala: This is an Indian Veg recipe which is everyone’s favorite for parties or get-togethers. On the blog, there is the best ever chana masala recipe. Well, I don’t use the words “best ever” generally. Perfectly cooked chickpeas, cooked in a flavorsome and spicy onion tomato-based gravy, leave you craving for more and more. The Indian vegetarian dinner recipe can be served with simple roti or rice. you might also like
    1. Butter Paneer Masala: I have always read that butter chicken is one of the most popular Indian dinner recipes. But here we are talking about the Indian Vegetarian Recipes. So I would like to mention Butter Paneer Masala, which is equally popular. Soft paneer cubes cooked in totally scrumptious gravy is butter paneer masala. You might also like
    1. Dum Aloo: Aloo is very commonly used in Indian cuisine especially for Indian Vegetarian Dinner recipes. Baby potatoes cooked in zestful gravy, make an exclusive and special dinner recipe. As such one of the most popular side dishes made using potatoes is jeera aloo. You might also like
    1. Palak Paneer: My family loves palak paneer. But I was never happy with the recipe I used to make. I tried a number of variations, did quite some changes and finally came up with this recipe and posted it on the blog. Paneer Chunks cooked with spinach which bursts with the flavors of ginger, garlic, and spices, is an absolutely finger-licking Indian veg recipe. Palak paneer can be served with rice, roti or paratha. You might also like
    2. Mushroom Curry: You either love mushrooms or you hate them. I fall in the former category. Not a vegetable though, mushrooms are used in a number of Indian vegetarian dinner recipes. In this recipe you can also learn how to clean mushrooms? And thereafter how to cook mushrooms in palatable gravy. You might also like
    1. Mix Veg: Assorted vegetables cooked till al-Dante further cooked in onion, tomato, cashew gravy makes a nutritious and colorful veg dish. And if you wondering how to serve mix veg? It can be served with lachha paratha or plain paratha. You might also like
    1. Rajma Masala: Just as chole, Rajma is also a popular ingredient for the Indian veg recipes. Especially in North India, Rajma Chawal is a staple Sunday lunch. Kidney beans cooked in a spicy onion-tomato gravy make a delectable preparation that is best served with rice. You might also like
    1. Baigan ka Bharta: Charred eggplant cooked in onion and lots of tomatoes makes a peculiar Indian veg recipe and is called baigan ka bharta. This recipe explains how to cook eggplant for bharta and make this toothsome veg dish. This is my mother’s recipe for baigan ka bharta and yes, it is the 10 indian veggie recipes
    2. Methi Malai Matar: Winters flood the Indian vegetable market with so many veggies especially greens such as peas, methi, palak, and more. The sharpness of methi leaves, when combined with the sweetness of peas, in luscious and creamy gravy, it is methi malai matar. This particular Indian vegetarian dinner recipe has the texture and flavors you will absolutely love. This is best served with butter naan or lachha 10 indian veggie recipes
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Hi! I am CA Vini Mehta. A Chartered Accountant by profession, a food blogger by passion! First of all, I would like to thank you for stopping by at Viniscookbook, I hope you have a good time. Here, yo...u will find the recipes which have been tried, at times re-tried in my kitchen and relished on the dining table. I am mother of two kids and the wife of a person with a high and selective taste sense, so basically anything, before finding its place on the blog, has many levels to cross and clear. This journey started a couple of years back. Before that I was making the most usual kind of food. The only experiment used to be asking my mother how to make something new or different☺. Then, one day, I tried a recipe for butter cookies. And they did not get to go in the container as they were over before I could store them. That day I was introduced to the joy of experimenting with recipes. And I loved everything else that followed especially garnishing and photographing food. I am still not well versed with the photography dos and don’ts but I love to experiment and learn, be it photography or cooking. Hope you too enjoy this journey as much as I do☺! Stay healthy, stay tuned!.