Healthy, nourishing, and incredibly tasty! Thesevegetable Indian meals will show you that you don’t need meat to pack a lot of flavor into a meal.
Equally enjoyed by vegetarians and meat lovers! So worth the try!
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What is the Most Popular Vegetarian Indian Dish?
Chickpeas, potatoes, lentils, paneer, and tomatoes. Oh, and a lot of spices. That is what vegetarian dishes in India are packed with.
A lot of veggie delights are traditionally served for lunch or dinner. So it might be hard to single out a specific one.
However, the most enjoyed Indian meal ideas are curries, dal, matter, and kofta. And trust me, these meals taste just as good without any meat.
Fragrant, delicious, and super filling! These vegetarian food recipes are just the thing your dinner table needs.
Translated, this dish means “Potato Cauliflower.” It may sound boring, but it tastes nothing like that and it’s such an easy recipe.
It’s packed with seasonings and chili for some kick. Plus, there’s cilantro for freshness that goes super well with the garam masala and the rest of the ingredients.
All guesswork is removed with the instant pot. Which makes it a good recipe for beginners, too. An instant twist on an Indian traditional meal!
Crispy and golden on the outside and deliciously fluffy on the inside. How can someone say no to these finger-food delights?
A simple dough filled with potato, pea, and onion mixture. Plus, there are jalapenos, cilantro, and some good gingery taste.
Planning on serving them with a dipping sauce? Then you better make a large batch. Because keep in mind – these samosas tend to disappear from the platter.
Traditional in the Northern parts of India and Bangladesh. This potato curry is something you must try.
With a pretty long list of seasonings, this recipe packs some massively flavorful notes.
The gravy is spicy and made of tomatoes. But it is the cashews that give the amazing texture. Pair that with silky cream, and you’ve got yourself the recipe for satisfied buds.
Serve with some chopped herbs for a touch of freshness.
If you’re visiting India, you will find this delight served in many restaurants.
The main ingredients here are eggplants. Tomatoes and onions accompany this veggie. But it is the mix of spices and herbs that provide the fragrance.
How can this possibly taste anything but yummy?
The recipe uses a touch of brown sugar for sweetness. But if you don’t mind the touch of acidity, feel free to omit it. You can also replace it with a sweetener.
Roasted eggplants. Seasoned with fragrant spices. Drenched in rich and creamy tomato sauce. Topped with fresh herbs. And then served with rice or a side dish of your choice.
Doesn’t that sound like the perfect meal to wrap up a long day?
The eggplant in this recipe is a great meat substitute. In fact, it tastes so meaty that even carnivores will fall in love with it.
This recipe is entirely plant-based, so it is a great choice for vegans, too.
Do you love potatoes and spinach? Then this recipe needs no special introduction. Because chances are, it will hook you after the very first bite.
So simple ingredients and yet a flavor to crave. This recipe is something that your dinner table needs regularly.
The recipe uses mustard and nigella seeds. But feel free to add a personal touch. You can use whatever seeds you have in your pantry.
If you don’t like it spicy, omit the chili. It will still be super tasty.
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Traditionally, silky and buttery paneer is served with warm naan bread. And for a good reason. It’s comfort food at its best!
This recipe uses paneer cubes, puts them in a silky tomato sauce, and flavors with the beloved Indian spices.
It is easy and quick to make, and yet, super rich and buttery. It will practically melt in your mouth.
I strongly suggest sticking to the ingredient list and adding the almonds. The nutty crunchiness against all of the softness is simply heavenly.
Honestly, they had me at “fire-roasted.” I am a huge fan of fire-roasted tomatoes. They give the dishes a smoky flavor that wraps everything up deliciously.
And this recipe is no different.
Paired with basmati rice, onion, spices, and a lot of garlic, you can just imagine how flavorful this dish is.
It is perfect on its own or as a side dish if served in smaller portions. Either way, you will be licking your fingers.
If you’re looking for a quick weeknight meal that your whole family will love, this is it. It requires just 10 minutes of prep time, and it feeds four adults easily.
Red lentils in tomato, coconut, and buttery gravy, There’s also ginger, garlic, curry, and all of your favorite Indian spices. Plus two serrano peppers for some heat, though that can be omitted.
Vegan, wholesome, and super healthy. This recipe is nothing but tasty and indulgent. I’d serve it with naan, but that is just my Inidian-food love talking.
Sauteed mushrooms with onions, mustard, chili, and curry. Plus, a touch of tomato paste for richness.
Make sure not to omit the white vinegar, as it is important to add just a touch of acidity. Otherwise, your mushrooms may be too bland.
Enjoy this Indian delight with naan, rice, on top of pasta, or my all-time favorite, in wraps. These mushrooms make a great sauteed meat substitute.
“Restaurant-style,” says it all, really. Because, seriously, these koftas taste and look as if you’ve ordered them in a traditional Indian restaurant.
Baked kofta made out of paneer and potatoes drowned in rich creaminess.
The gravy features a pretty long list of ingredients, but don’t let that frighten you. Each spice has a special purpose, and the final result is finger-licking.
It is almost a crime not to serve this delight with naan. How else will you dip into this goodness?
A cross between traditional Indian food and someone’s obsession with potatoes. If you share even a bit of either, you will love this recipe.
Curry leaves, garlic cloves, and a single tomato. Plus, chickpeas and raisins alongside the new potatoes. And not to forget, the decent amount of spices.
Sweet, spicy, and very fragrant. This is a recipe that your guest will talk about.
It comes together in just 45 minutes. Which is yet another reason to give it a try.
If you love butter chicken but are cooking for a vegan, this is the perfect dish that will satisfy you both.
It’s made with chickpeas and without any dairy. This plant-based dinner meal is healthy and lean. Plus, it is also gluten-free.
The silky gravy is made with coconut yogurt, tomato sauce, and a lot of spices.
Serve with steamed rice for a total hit on your table.
Classic potato gnocchi but with an Indian twist. Made in a buttery and tomatoey sauce with your favorite Indian spices. Plus, some spinach for extra nutrition.
If you don’t mind pairing gnocchi with another source of carbs, I’d suggest naan for a more Indian feel. However, garlic bread will offer just the bready crispiness this soft dish needs.
The recipe uses only a handful of spices. If you wish, you can add some more fragrance to it.
Another chickpea-based recipe that I’m sure you will love. Along with diced tomatoes, onion, and a lot of spices, this is as creamy, rich, and fragrant as it can get.
Plus, it is super filling and hearty.
The dish also uses coconut cream for some silky richness that will melt in your mouth.
It’s almost obligatory to serve with naan and dig right in.
These main dishes feature a clash of Indian and Chinese cuisine. But it definitely deserves its spot on this list.
The paneer is breaded and fried first. Then it is drenched in chili and vinegary soy sauce. Finally, it is combined with peppers, onions, garlic, and chilies.
The author of the recipe suggests serving it with Indian rice. However, any side dish will go well with this lovely paneer.
These saucy paneer cubes are the perfect vegan dinner treat and would pair nicely with Indian breads.
Potatoes, cauliflower, coconut milk, tomatoes, and spices. Sounds like classic vegan Indian recipes, doesn’t it? And it also tastes like one!
This recipe also features onions, ginger, garlic, and green peas. And it adds a bit of acidity with a few splashes of lemon juice.
Ideal for a cold winter day. But equally tasty during the summer heat. This recipe gives you comfort, warmth, and delicious nourishment.
A spiced stir-fry with some commonly used Indian veggies – cauliflower, peas, tomatoes, and potatoes.
This dish is bursting with flavor thanks to the long list of herbs and spices used.
The best thing about it (besides the taste) is that it comes together in just 30 minutes. Plus it is low in fat and vegan, perfect for everyone.
If you ask me, I’d just serve it on its own, without any side dishes. Yummy!
One of the staples in Indian cuisine, paneer masala is a must-try. You haven’t really cooked Indian if you haven’t made this recipe. Period.
With onions, tomatoes, cashews, garlic, and ginger, the butter masala offers a velvety taste with a great texture. Stir in the cubed paneer, and you’ve got yourself a full and filling dish.
Serve it topped with some fresh cream, and enjoy!
Pureed tomatoes with onions. Fried eggplants. Simmered to perfection. And enriched with smooth coconut cream.
Add some curry spices to the mix, and the easiest veggie curry is served. This dish is tender, creamy, and packed with incredible flavor.
Don’t forget the naan with this delight. This eggplant curry is made for you to dip your bread into it. Licking fingers at the end are almost inevitable!
Crispy pastry triangles that taste like they’re filled with meat. Except they’re not. The filling is a delicious mixture of butternut squash and sweet potatoes. Seasoned with Indian spices, of course.
The veggies are boiled and mashed along with the flavors. And the yogurt dough is kneaded to soft perfection.
Together, they create the perfect harmony of textures your palate will go crazy about.
This is a fun way to trick your kids into eating more veggies. But also to sneak some more nutrients into your diet.
Feel free to customize the filling with more veggies if you want to.
Mildly spiced but very flavorful, this Indian curry without meat will be a genuine hit on your table.
Made with potatoes and peas but with a surprise addition – eggs. Eggs are the perfect way to add some protein to your dishes. Which is really important for vegetarian meals.
The recipe is creamy, thanks to the chopped tomatoes and coconut cream. But it is the curry paste and ginger that are in charge of the main flavoring.
Ideally suited for lunch (although great for any time of the day!), these Indian vegetarian dishes will keep you full until dinner.
Although not technically a pilaf, this cauliflower rice-like dish will be great to pack in your lunch box.
Spiced cauliflower and processed until grain-like. Paired with roasted cashews. And flavored with a bay leaf and cinnamon. It’s as simple as that.
You may be tempted to omit the cinnamon, but I’d strongly suggest not to. Half a stick of cinnamon gives much-needed warmth and transforms the dish.
Don’t have much time for cooking? No problem! This 5-minute recipe will have your lunch covered!
All you need are some canned chickpeas, mayo, yogurt, spices, and a touch of lemon. Then you simply combine everything, and voila. Lunch is served.
The recipe uses 4 generous teaspoons of curry powder for flavor, and you’ll definitely appreciate it.
You can enjoy the salad on its own or even make wrap pockets with it. Whatever fills you up!
If salad is what you usually have for lunch, then this fresh mix of veggies will be perfect for you.
There’s really not much to explain here, as the salad is a mix of cucumbers, tomatoes, and red onions. However, the thing that sets it apart is the fresh coriander sprigs.
It also features a touch of red chili powder for a mild kick that your taste buds will enjoy.
The recipe doesn’t include oil but a touch of lemon juice. However, you can add some extra virgin olive oil if you prefer.
Tikka masala but with a vegetarian twist. This dish does not include chicken. Instead, it is loaded with tofu. The main star of the recipe, though? Lentils.
This masala is creamy and delicious. Packed with tomatoes and coconut milk, it is simply begging for some white rice on the side.
The recipe uses all of your favorite Indian seasonings. So be sure that this veggie version tastes just like the original recipe.
Call it dhal, daal, or simply dal; this Indian staple is rich and incredibly delicious. Not to mention packed with protein from all the lentils.
The recipe uses red lentils, cherry tomatoes, and coconut milk. Of course, there’s no dal without curry powder and Indian spices, so there’s a lot of that here, too.
It also includes garlic, ginger, and some veggie broth. So good!
Another pilaf recipe, but this time, with actual rice. Yellow in color, vibrant, and packed with your favorite Indian spices.
Like many rice dishes, this also includes mushrooms and onions, but the main component has to be turmeric.
Cinnamon is also added for some warm flavor, and I suggest not to omit it.
Named after the capital of Tamil Nadu (a state in South India), madras is a spicy curried sauce that is often made with chicken. This dish features lentils and kidney beans.
It also includes jalapeno, garlic, and ginger. But you can omit the pepper for a milder version.
This madras is simmered in butter and tomato sauce. Which makes it nothing but saucy and comforting.
The heavy cream adds a lovely and velvety texture.
Great news for all busy cooks who don’t have too much time to slave away for cooking. This dish is cooked for 15 minutes in the Instant Pot.
It pairs chickpeas, onion, ginger, garlic, and tomatoes. It also uses the beloved Indian flavors, plus some butter for silkiness.
If you don’t own an IP, you can make this on the stovetop. However, keep in mind that it will take longer.
Stir-fried vegetables are always a good addition to your table. And this recipe with peppers, carrots, peas, and cauliflower is nothing but tasty.
And it doesn’t need a long list of ingredients to achieve that taste either. With just a handful of spices, you get a remarkable flavor that your whole family will enjoy.
Do you want it spicier? Feel free to increase the seasoning. The taste will not be compromised.
The recipe uses red bell peppers, but any kind of peppers will combine well.
A common and very popular Mumbai street food, Tawa Pulao is a cooked rice dish you simply have to try. And the best part? You can even make it with leftover rice.
The anatomy of this recipe consists of six parts: rice, veggies, masala, butter, seasonings, and red chili paste. If you don’t like chili, you can substitute it with red tomato paste.
Use whatever veggies you have available, top with fresh herbs, and serve as it is. Super addicting!
Cannot decide between a sandwich or masala for lunch? Then, this is the ultimate tiebreaker. An Indian sandwich!
For this delight, you will need some Bombay mix, mango chutney, mayo, cheddar, salad leaves, and bread. And that’s it!
The recipe uses vegan mayo and cheese. But if you don’t like it all plant-based, use regular ingredients instead.
The cheese is crunchy, juicy, and simply satisfying! What more could your lunch possibly need?
Looking for a healthy sandwich idea for lunch? This is a great option!
Another vegetarian version of the classic tikka masala. This time, a paneer curry in a masala sauce, is perfect for lunch.
Soft cheese. Fragrant sauce. Bursting with flavors with every bite. Isn’t that the definition of comfort food?
The cheese is marinated in yogurt with garlic and ginger. And it is super aromatic!
It is also combined with some peppers and onions. Then roasted until browned.
The battery masala sauce requires quite the ingredients, I know. But reading that long list will pay off once you taste this curry.
Curried squash is always a good idea. At least to me. There’s something about the vibrancy of the colors that simply match well. Plus, squash takes on Indian flavors amazingly well.
And yes, that’s how this curry tastes – amazing!
Along with some spinach, ginger, lime, and coconut milk, this squash curry is to die for.
It is absolutely best if served alongside Jasmine or Basmati rice. But that is totally up to you to decide.
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Looking for a tasty Indian dish to pair with your rice side? Then this black-eyed peas curry will round out your dinner. Or lunch. Heck, you can even have it for breakfast!
Drowned in a lovely gravy of tomatoes, onions, ginger, garlic, coconut, and chilies. How can you not enjoy it?
The recipe includes both Instant Pot and stovetop instructions. So it is suited for both busy cooks and those who have the time to cook.
Avial is a popular South Indian curry. It is made with veggies and coconut. This Tamil Nadu’s delight is usually served on special occasions. And it is perfect for dinner when serving a crowd.
You can use a store-bought Avial veggie mix. Or make your own by chopping some yams, carrots, long beans, cucumbers, etc.
This recipe also uses potatoes and peas. It’s best with fresh coconut. If not available, swapping with shredded coconut will give you similar results.
Creamy, yoghurty, and spicy. This will warm you up in a second!
Usually served as a side dish, beans poriyal is a vegan green bean dish that satisfies a crowd.
It is a dish made with a handful of ingredients, but it packs a flavorful punch.
Chilies, curry leaves, mustard seeds, and lentils are aromatized in hot oil and give this dish a great taste.
It is topped with grated coconut for both garnish and some texture. It is definitely worth trying, as it is a great addition to many dishes.
Sambar is one of the most popular South Indian dishes. If you like Indian food, you definitely have to try it.
It is a hearty main course with eggplants, tomatoes, carrots, pigeon peas, and pumpkin. The dish is fragranced with curry leaves, mustard seeds, and sambar powder.
It takes a little over 20 minutes to make in the Instant Pot. Which makes it perfect for last-minute Indian feasts.
A spicy eggplant dish with onions, peanuts, and green chilies.
A blend of coconut, ginger, sesame, garlic, peanuts, and spices is made. The small eggplants are stuffed with this blended mixture.
They are then fried and, finally, simmered in a curry and tamarind gravy.
Bagara Baingan is absolutely delicious if served with rice on the side. For best results, serve it topped with chopped cilantro or similar herbs.
Leaner, wholesome, and hearty. Here are the best vegetarian Indian recipes that will satisfy your tummy without compromising your balanced diet.
This curry pairs chickpeas, potatoes, spinach, and peppers. It is nutritious, delicious, and hearty.
Also, it is flavorful and creamy. It uses coconut milk, curry paste, and your beloved Indian seasonings.
You only need 35 minutes to make it from start to finish. Yes, it is that quick and easy. Perfect for a nourishing weeknight meal.
It uses low-sodium broth, but you can swap it with water for an even cleaner meal. You can also make it your own by customizing the veggies, too.
Mildly spiced but heavily flavored. This meatless dish will be a regular on your dinner table even when you’re serving it to meat lovers.
It also features coconut milk, tomato puree, garam masala, garlic, and onion. And it uses agave for sweetness to balance out the acidity. But you can leave that out if you prefer it to be more acidic.
Needless to say, this masala is perfect when paired with rice.
This squash and onion dish is really simplicity at its best. Just chop some veggies. Coat them with spices. Drizzle with oil. And then roast until caramelized. It really is that simple.
The recipe recommends turmeric, garam masala, and cilantro. But feel free to use your favorite seasonings instead.
Versatile and super wholesome. These roasted cubes make quite the side dish! Plus, it’s even great as a whole meal alongside some sour cream.
Chickpeas with curry is just as the name suggests. Chickpeas are flavored with a generous amount of curry powder. But that’s not all.
The dish also pairs onions, garlic, and tomato sauce. Plus, there’s some butter and heavy cream for a creamy and silky texture.c
It is recommended to serve it with some chopped herbs and a dollop of yogurt or sour cream.
If you’re a vegan or are cooking dinner for vegans, this is a great recipe to have on hand. A comforting and filling meal that is loaded with creaminess and flavor.
Green beans with tofu, smothered in a tomato and curry sauce. Who needs meat when you have that goodness, right?
The recipe also uses two potatoes for a bit of carb, but feel free to sneak some more veggies if you want to.
A vegan dish that is bursting with protein. This wholesome dal with green mong and tomatoes come together in just 20 minutes. So it’s a real lifesaver on a long midweek day.
It uses tons of your favorite Indian powder spices. So it packs a strong flavor that is warm and comforting.
Plus, it is made in the Instant Pot for extra convenience. So easy and time-saving, this is one of those spicy recipes that you will gladly return to.
Buttery spinach with paneer or ricotta cheese. Whatever you prefer more.
This works both as a main course and a side dish. And it is a great way to get your little ones to eat more spinach because it’s fingerlinckingly tasty.
It’s also flavored with ginger, garlic, and all of the other Indian staples. But it is the yogurt and lemon juice that make it creamy, fresh, and super zesty.
If you wish to serve vegan patties tonight, then this is your ultimate choice.
Indian-inspired patties with lentils, brown rice, and whatever veggies you have on hand. Potatoes, carrots, broccoli, mushrooms, cauliflower… They all work well here.
Although you can also fry these patties, they are much healthier baked. This recipe roasts them until just browned, and they are downright delicious.
Serve with some hot dipping sauce, and enjoy!
A nutritious bowl that makes one well-rounded dish. This creamy curry that’s packed with colorful veggies is the ultimate indulgence.
Cauliflower, broccoli, potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, peas, chickpeas, red peppers… Should I go on? Or you’ve got the picture? Nutritious and super healthy. That’s how I would describe this dish.
It also includes some cubed paneer, coconut milk, and your favorite spices.
The perfect side dish? Naan bread, of course!
A simple yet scrumptious meal! This spinach curry resembles a restaurant-grade meal and will definitely look fancy on your table.
It uses tofu instead of cheese. So it is not only vegan and more balanced but much healthier, too.
Creamy and super delicious. The spinach is drowned in a masala sauce, which gives it a flavor and fragrance that everyone will enjoy.
It is best if served with flatbread or white rice.
Another spinach recipe, but this time, it is slow-cooked and much more neutral in flavor. Don’t get me wrong; this spinach is not bland. It is just lighter on the aromatic spices. That’s all.
The spinach here is paired with chickpeas and jalapenos. But it is the garlic and ginger that gives it that Indian oomph that you’re looking for.
This is more suitable as a side dish, but you can easily have it as a lighter and more nourishing lunch.
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A creamy and nutritious plant-based dish that packs a powerful fiber and protein punch.
Spinach with yellow lentils, tomato sauce, and a lot of aromatics.
This is just the thing you need to recharge your batteries after a long day. It is warm and comforting and picks you up in an instant.
There’s really no need for a side dish here, but you can serve some naan if you feel like soaking up all of the creaminess.
Chickpeas, tomatoes, spinach, and a handful of fragrant spices. That’s all you need for this vegan chana masala that is equally filling, restorative, and delicious.
Packed with nutrition and the most amazing taste. You will not be able to stop eating. Seriously, you better double the batch.
A classic side to accompany this goodness? White rice, of course!
Lean, clean, delicious, and rich in texture. Oh, and simply irresistible, too! This simple cucumber salad may be easy to make, but it is really something else when you taste it.
It combines cucumbers with roasted peanuts, shredded coconut, and cilantro. Plus, there’s a lot of curry flavor that enriches the whole dish.
If you don’t like peanuts, you can use cashews instead.
This is one of the most refreshing summer salad recipes!
Chunks of potatoes and cauliflower. And a turmeric and garlic paste that flavors the whole dish. Does that sound like a delicious way to fill your tummy? If so, then whip this recipe up and enjoy!
The recipe uses one jalapeno, and it is mildly spicy. But feel free to adjust the heat according to your taste.
You can also serve this with some cheese or a vegan alternative for a plant-based dish.
Love paneer and mango? Then I guarantee you will be thrilled with this list of ingredients.
Paneer chunks, smothered in a creamy tomato and mango pickle sauce. The sauce also has notes of ginger, garlic, chili, and some aromatic seeds.
Decorate with fresh mint to balance out the spiciness, and serve over rice.
This recipe is perfect for those who are following a clean-eating plan.
A vibrant dish that is sweet, fruity, and super-rich. Jackfruit, sweet potatoes, carrots, onions, and peppers provide a nutritious punch that fills up.
The recipe also uses coconut milk and curry paste, and it is as delicious as it is healthy.
Plus, it comes together in just 20 minutes. Perfect for busy weeknights. Or days. And even mornings. This lovely and vibrant curry can really be enjoyed at any time of the day.
Craving a warm and nourishing soup loaded with aromatic Indian flavors? Here are the absolute best choices for you.
Gluten-free, vegan, and seriously comforting. This butternut squash soup is super simple to make. And yet, it tastes like you’ve set aside the whole day for it.
Roasted squash, warm spices, tomato paste, and some coconut milk for creaminess.
Smooth and delicious, you can never go wrong with a recipe like this.
If you don’t have butternut squash, don’t worry. You can achieve similar results with pumpkin or sweet potatoes.
If you have some lentils waiting to be used up, then I highly suggest this recipe. A warming lentil soup that is packed with nutritive veggies and just the right spices.
Kale, tomatoes, carrots, onions, garlic, and celery. Plus thyme, lime, and garam masala. How does that list of ingredient sound together? Yummy, that’s how!
The creaminess comes from blending a portion of the soup. And it is addictingly good.
Speaking of creaminess, this is something that you simply cannot miss out on. A chickpea soup is probably the most velvety thing you’ll introduce to your palate.
Seriously, each spoonful of this soup will simply melt in your mouth.
Potatoes, tomatoes, carrots, celery, onion, garlic, ginger, and garam masala. They all play each part and bring together a symphony of taste.
And the best news? You don’t need more than half an hour to whip this up.
A lean recipe that is as yummy as it is healthy. It combines cauliflower with carrots, celery, red lentils, and some fragrant Indian spices.
The surprise ingredient, though? Half an apple! It gives a natural sweetness to the soup. Plus, it adds a fruity touch that wraps everything up in a delicious way.
Coconut milk adds rich creaminess. But you can swap it with heavy cream if you’re not following a vegan diet. It will be smooth and velvety either way.
- 1. Instant Pot Aloo Gobi
- 2. Potato Samosas
- 3. Dum Aloo Potato Curry
- 4. Brinjal Bhaji Eggplant Curry
- 5. Eggplant Curry
- 6. Vegan Spinach and Potato Curry
- 7. Butter Paneer
- 8. Fire Roasted Tomato Rice
- 9. Vegan Red Lentil Curry
- 10. Mushroom Bhaji
- 11. Restaurant-Style Vegan Malai Kofta
- 12. Chana Aloo Chickpea and Potato Curry
- 13. Vegan Butter Chicken
- 14. Veg Gnocchi
- 15. Chana Masala with Coconut Milk
- 16. Chilli Paneer
- 17. Cauliflower Curry with Potatoes
- 18. Aloo Gobi Matar
- 19. Paneer Butter Masala
- 20. Eggplant Curry
- 21. Sweet Potato and Butternut Samosas
- 22. Egg Curry with Peas and Potatoes
- 23. Spicy Cauliflower Pilau
- 24. Chickpea Salad
- 25. Onion, Tomato, Cucumber Salad
- 26. Lentil Tikka Masala
- 27. Creamy Tomato Dal
- 28. Mushroom Rice Pilau
- 29. Madras Lentils
- 30. Instant Pot Chana Masala
- 31. Stir-Fry Vegetables
- 32. Tawa Pulao Rice
- 33. Vegan Bombay Cheese Sandwich with Chutney
- 34. Paneer Curry
- 35. Butternut Squash Curry
- 36. Vegan Black Eyed Peas Curry
- 37. Avial Mixed Veggie Curry
- 38. Beans Poriyal
- 39. Instant Pot Sambar
- 40. Bagara Baingan
- 41. Instant Pot Sweet Potato Chickpea Curry
- 42. Cauliflower Tikka Masala
- 43. Roasted Butternut Squash with Indian Spices and Caramelized Onions
- 44. Chickpeas with Curry
- 45. Vegan Green Bean Curry
- 46. Green Moong Dal
- 47. Saag Paneer
- 48. Kichari Lentil Patties
- 49. Mixed Vegetable Curry
- 50. Vegan Palak Paneer with Tofu
- 51. Slow Cooked Spinach
- 52. Spinach Dal
- 53. Chana Masala
- 54. Cucumber and Coconut Salad
- 55. Aloo Gobi
- 56. Achari Paneer Masala
- 57. Jackfruit Sweet Potato Curry
- 58. Spiced Butternut Squash Soup
- 59. Lentil Soup
- 60. Spiced Vegetable Chickpea Soup
- 61. Mulligatawny Soup
- Scroll up to get a bunch of easy, yummy, and delicious recipes. Don't be afraid to get creative with the ingredients, you might discover a flavor you didn't know you liked.
- Get your shopping list going and make sure you've got all the ingredients.
- Get cooking and make your next Vegetarian Indian Recipe!
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