Love to eat but don't have the time to cook? Well, we bring you quick recipes that can be rustled up within 30 minutes without requiring much effort. Sounds too good to be true? Try it to believe it! There's nothing quite like enjoying simple flavours in home-made meals. Not only is it healthy, you can also pick your favourite ingredients and customise the flavours as per your liking. And when it comes to veggies there are so many delicious ways you can cook them! You should make the most of seasonal produce to load up on all the essential nutrients.
Kitchen experiments are great but not for those days when your stomach screams of hunger and you're time bound, well, and that's on most days! Fix yourself a meal in minutes with our seriously quick veg recipes. All you need are a few fresh ingredients and less than 30 minutes. With these terribly easy veg recipes you won't have to skip a meal on those busy weeknights. Going green is a great way to save time as veggies take lesser time to cook and are fuss-free.
Throw in your favorites and rustle up a main course salad. Or how about a herby veg stir-fry? Well, sandwiches are definitely life savers! Breathe easy as you'll find all that you need right here.1. Whole Wheat Pasta in Mushroom SauceRecipe by Chef Ritu Dalmia
A stunning whole wheat pasta laced with a creamy mushroom
sauce ready in just 25 minutes!2. Aloo Tamatar Ka JholRecipe by Chef Aditya Bal
Cut the fuss with this simple yet satisfying Indian veg curry
. Two humble ingredients that you'll always find in your pantry and a few mild spices can create you a meal in minutes.3. Tamarind RiceRecipe by Chef Niru Gupta
Mitch Hedberg rightly said, "Rice
is great if you're really hungry and want to eat two thousand of something". A wholesome rice recipe bursting with the tang of tamarind and the crunch of peanuts
and chana dal
4. Jeera VegetablesRecipe by Chef Vicky Ratnani
Green is good! A lovely mix of spinach, carrots and potatoes
, brightened with the peppery flavor of cumin
, a game changing condiment.5. Southern Style OkraRecipe by Chef Aditya Bal
This recipe will change the way you see lady fingers. Enhanced with Southern flavours of mustard
seeds, tamarind, jaggery
and coconut, a simple recipe that will leave you delighted.
6. Mediterranean Watermelon SaladRecipe by Chef Vicky Ratnani
A recent study established that a Mediterranean diet that mostly consists of olive oil
and fresh veggies can help in reducing blood pressure and promote healthy heart functions. So try this healthy salad of watermelons, tomatoes
and bell peppers, dressed lightly in olive oil
8. Butter PaneerUser Recipe by Kalaimathi 7. Indian Stir FryRecipe by Chef Marut Sikka
A stir fry comfortably tops the health charts. This can be made in a snap and allow you to control the amount of fat used. A quick mix of veggies like baby corn
, mushroom, bell peppers and artichokes, tossed in mustard oil with desi
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Lovely chunks of paneer
bathed in a heavenly gravy of butter, tomatoes, methi
leaves, cashew paste and milk. A quick recipe to satisfy your soul.
Recipe by Vicky Ratnani
A fresh mix of broccoli, zucchini
and eggplant, marinated in herbs and placed between beautiful buns. Add a dash of plum chutney
and cream cheese to round the dish.
10. Pommes GratinRecipe by Vicky Ratnani
A dreamy combination of potatoes, cream, cheese
and butter. For days when you feel like treating yourself.