Sabzi Recipes

Sprouted Moong, Lauki Sabzi Recipe (Sprouted Green Gram and Bottle Gourd Sabzi Recipe)

Bottle gourd (lauki/dhoodhi) is very easy to digest, and being high in water content is soft and easy to chew when cooked. That’s the reason I made it frequently when Devansh started eating roti-sabzi. I teamed up dhoodhi (lauki) with yellow moong dal as that dal too is easy to digest. I followed my mother’s …

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Sukhi Arbi (Taro Root) Sabzi

Sukhi Arbi Sabzi (Taro Root Sabzi)

Most of the sabzis we make at home require very little preparation and cooking time, like this dry arbi (taro root) sabzi. This sukhi arbi sabzi recipe too is really simple, doesn’t take more than 15-20 minutes of your time, and is nutritious and yummy at the same time. Arbi is one of my favorites and I …

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Red Pumpkin Sabzi Recipe

Kaddu Sabzi (Red Pumpkin Curry / Laal Bhoplya chi Bhaaji)

When I started giving sabzi-roti to Devansh for lunch, I would more often than not cook a vegetable from the gourd family—bottle gourd, pumpkin, little gourd, or snake gourd. Toddlers find these vegetables easy to chew plus they are easy to digest. Even now that he’s almost four, Devansh doesn’t find these sabzis boring as …

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Baby Methi and Aloo Sabzi (Potato and Baby Fenugreek Leaves Sabzi)

I am a bit of a control freak when it comes to buying vegetables. I like to select each French beans pod, okra, gawar (cluster bean), you name it. I buy from this vegetable-vendor couple just outside my colony who have the patience for this whimsical habit of mine. They occasionally keep baby methi, or …

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