Healthy, easy-to-make and extremely tasty, this is the perfect way to cook the reasonably exotic tinda! onions, tomatoes and spices, together they work their own magic in this dish, which tastes great with besan parathas.
The word 'Shahi' is immediately associated with rich, fat-laden and royal Subzis. Here is a healthier version of the same, made with well-chosen ingredients and slight modifications to the cooking style. You will be surprised to note it retains the royal flavour! To maintain the richness and the taste of this Shahi subzi I have used low-fat milk and 1 tablespoon of cashewnut paste.
This recipe is sure to tempt you to come back for another serving! Whether served as it is or with a vegetable, this is definitely a delicacy. Mashed potatoes and low fat curds make these Parathas soft and delicious, while soya flour increases its nutritive value by adding protein, iron and zinc.
As if it's not enough, that the traditional chole recipe is usually cooked with loads of oil, it is also served with calorie-laded puris! here's is a healthy zero oil variation without unnecessary calories. When served with one meal of your day is thankfully guilt-free.
Stuffing them with spices and besan really enhances the flavour of brinjal in this dish! This subzi is easy and quick to make, as long as you have a pressure cooker on hand. Use the small and dark varieties of brinjal as they have a mild sweetness which combines well with the stuffing.
Bhindi masala always brings to mind a yummy dish, literally floating in oil! I am sure many of you must have refrained from indulging in this subzi because of its obviously high oil-content. Not anymore. Here is a healthier, oil-free version of bhindi masala that tastes equally great.