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Chole Bhature Paneer Tikka

It may be hard to discover recipes that satisfy even the most discerning palates when feeding picky eaters. Picky eaters, in particular, can be challenging to persuade to make vegetarian choices. However, Indian cuisine provides a wide range of delectable dishes, from chickpea curry to garlic-tinged lentils to paneer cheese in a creamy sauce. The strong tastes, depth of spice and textures show that vegetarian cuisine is equally delicious as non-vegetarian counterparts.

To stop the mealtime chaos, we have compiled a list of 8 vegetarian Indian meals that even the pickiest eater would like. Check them out to make a vegetarian Indian feast whenever the mood strikes!

Chole Bhature:

Chole Bhature, also known as Chana Bhatura, is a famous Punjabi dish enjoyed across India. Chickpeas are cooked in a handmade sauce with classic spices like cumin, coriander seeds, turmeric powder and chilli powder for only 10 minutes. For extra taste, onions, garlic and ginger are used. Smashing some chickpeas results in a lovely, thick consistency that's ideal for scooping up with bhatura (fluffy fried leavened bread). The hot and spicy chole/chickpeas stew pairs well with the crunchy puffed bhatura. Chole Bhature is a popular morning dish that is occasionally served with lassi.

Paneer Tikka:

Paneer Tikka is a popular and tasty tandoori snack made with paneer cooked in a creamy yoghurt marinade rich in spices and flavours. Then, it is skewered and cooked in the oven (or on the stovetop) to give it that irresistible smoky taste. It is a meatless substitute for chicken tikka and other meat-based meals. Finally, it is seasoned with lemon juice and chaat masala and served hot. Salad or mint chutney is occasionally served alongside it.

Dal Makhani:

This Dal Makhani, prepared with whole black lentils and kidney beans, is one of the most famous lentil recipes from North Indian Punjabi cuisine. These are combined with tomato puree, various herbs and spices such as garam masala, sabzi masala, ginger-garlic paste and plenty of butter. To give the dal a unique smokey taste, the mixture is cooked overnight in a tandoor. With a large dollop of fresh butter on top, it is ready to eat. Daal Makhani is typically served with naan, boiled rice and other side dishes.

Dal Makhani Baingan Bharta

Baingan Bharta:

Baingan Bharta is a South Asian meal made by chopping grilled eggplant into tiny pieces and combining it with tomatoes, onions, herbs and spices. Grilling the eggplant over charcoal or direct heat imparts a smokey flavour to the meal. The meal is traditionally served with flatbread (particularly roti or paratha) and rice and raita, a yoghurt salad.

Chilli Paneer:

Chilli Paneer, a vegetarian variant of Chilli Chicken, is one of the most popular dishes in Indian Chinese cuisine. Firstly, the paneer cubes are floured or battered before being deep-fried. After that, the fried paneer cubes are mixed in a sweet, tangy, spicy sauce. Chilli paneer in its dry form is given as an appetizer or snack. On the other hand, the gravy version is served with steamed rice or noodles.

Chilli Paneer Pulao

Pulao:

Vegetable Pulao, also known as Pilaf or Pulav, is one of India's most famous rice meals. It is a spicy rice meal made by combining rice, veggies and spices in a pot. In this dish, various spices, vegetables and rice are sautéed in oil and ghee before being cooked in a pressure cooker like regular rice. The addition of bay leaf, cinnamon and cloves in this simple mixed veggie pulao dish gives it an excellent and nuanced fragrant sensation that just makes juices flow in the mouth.

Samosa:

Samosas are ubiquitous in Indian cuisine, from street sellers to big restaurants. They feature a pastry-like crust made of maida and are pretty flaky and crunchy. It is generally packed with spicy potatoes and peas that have been combined or sautéed with Indian spices that are readily accessible. Serve these crispy snacks hot with any chutney of your choice to make them even more delectable.

Dosa:

Dosa, also known as Dosai in Tamil, is a popular and well-known South Indian breakfast or snack. A dosa is a thin pancake or crepe cooked from a fermented batter using lentils and rice as the main ingredients. Black gram lentils, husked and split, are used to make the dosa batter. Dosas are usually served hot with coconut chutney and sambar. The most common form of dosa is the plain dosa, which is essential and served with chutney and sambar. However, anyone looking for something different may choose from a variety of options, like masala dosa and rava dosa.

Samosa Dosa

Indian cuisine is wonderfully spicy and full of nutrients that promote good health. This list gives you a taste of the incredible variety that Indian food has to offer. Try one of the recipes above for a culinary treat if you are looking for delicious vegetarian cuisine from India.

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