5 incredibly Easy North Indian Recipes

North Indian cuisine is possibly the most  loved cuisine of the country and in the world. Almost every foodie will know what butter chicken or mattar paneer is. The characteristic flavor of these dishes come from   traditional spices. The creamy curries and shimmering sauces are a delight for any dinner table.

Jyoti Food has a range of ready to eat, homemade North Indian dishes that you will absolutely love.

Here’s a list of 5 easy to cook, healthy North Indian Dishes:

1. Masala Chhole Recipe


Chhole is a mouth watering dish from the north that is very easy to cook and is sure to earn you laurels at the next dinner party you host.


2. Paneer Butter Masala Recipe



Paneer Butter Masala is one of the most famous cottage cheese dish served in almost all Indian families. Soft succulent cottage cheese cubes in creamy tomato based gravy is a mouth watering dish to serve. This paneer butter masala recipe is easy and quick to make and you can enjoy a home cooked style paneer butter masala within minutes.


3. Matar Paneer with a Twist


Matar Paneer is probably one of the most popular vegetarian dishes in North India. Sweet taste of peas mixes with a spicy yellow sauce and cottage cheese to give a mouth watering dish. This can be had with a variety of Indian breads like roti, naan or kulcha.


4. Dal Makhani Extravaganza


Dal Makhani is that one mouth watering dish that every Indian cherishes. Originally from Punjab in North India, Dal Makhani is now a household name in many Indian families.  The primary ingredients in Dal Makhani are whole black lentil and red kidney beans.  A number of spices are added to give it a unique flavor. Although it can be had with bread of rice, it is best enjoyed with tandoori roti or naan.


5.  Health Boosters for Your Dinner Table – Mustard Greens


Mustard Greens more commonly known as ‘sarson ka saag’ in India is a rich source nutrients and a storehouse of energy. There are a number of benefits of including these leafy greens in your daily diet.


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Jyoti Gupta