Vegetarian Indian Recipes

Vegetarian Indian recipes are delicious and enticing. Vegetables are the primary ingredients of Indian recipes and local residents just love to consume vegetarian dishes many times a day.  Indians take pride in the art making countless variety of dishes, that are not only  flavorsome but nutritious too. India has diversity in culture, geography, climate and racial structure that can be easily accustomed by its food. Local residents present a variety of Vegetarian Indian Recipes that features delicious Indian flavor, seasoning and spices.
Indians love Hot N Spicy vegetable curries and they add many spices to make the food exotic. Preparation of Indian recipes involves different cooking techniques like boiling, frying and baking to name a few. Indian restaurants also serve a variety of appetizing Vegetarian Indian Recipes like Shahi Paneer, Masala Puri, Mango Salsa, Khasta Puri, Aloo Kachori, Malkai Kofta, Bhindi Bhaji, Navratan Korma and many more.
Poha (flattened rice)
Poha (flattened rice) is one of the popular dishes usually served in breakfast as a low fat snack. Local people in Bihar raised Poha recipe, as they are very fond of Poha. Residents of Bihar serve Poha recipe as a delicious snack with tea for guests. The key ingredients of Poha Recipe include thick Poha (flattened rice), green peas, mustard seeds, chili powder, turmeric powder, garam masala, salt, sugar, cilantro, cardamom, lemon juice, finely chopped green chilli, tomato, ginger and oil to cook.
Traveling can be a great alternative for learning cooking skills, as your home and neighborhood offer limited scope. Another favorite dish of north India  is Aloo (Potato)  Gobi (Cauliflower), which is a dry curry by tradition and some of its version are gravy in comparison to others. But, most of the people like the traditional version of Aloo Gobi.
Aloo Gobi is an amazing recipe that is prepared from simple ingredients like Potato, Cauliflower, garlic, chilli, onion and some spices. Other common ingredients include cumin seeds, turmeric powder, cayenne pepper, amchur (dry mango powder), ground cumin, curry powder, garam masala, lemon juice, finely chopped ginger, cilantro, curry leaves and tomato. This recipe enlivens an ordinary Cauliflower and some Potatoes into a unique flavored dish.
A large number of people in India, especially in western parts, prepare Vegetarian Indian Recipes comprising of cauliflower, aubergine and lentils to name a few. Many online cookery sites propose information about Indian recipe with an aim to restore a traditional banquet that perfectly suites Indian Royalty.