Veg Dishes That Goes Well With Roti.
Roti is a very well known dish among all the other main dishes in India. The majority of people
in India love to eat roti instead of rice. Roti goes very well with many dishes starting from
chicken, veg to mutton.
There are many veg dishes in different cities that are very well known for serving with rotis.
Some of these dishes are very common in vegetarians, in many places of India where non-veg is
not allowed and varieties of veg dishes can be seen along with rotis.
Shahi Paneer is the most common dish to serve with roti. Among all the people in India veg or
non-veg, everyone loves shahi paneer. Paneer is very healthy as it is made from milk, and when
the cream combines with paneer, it becomes delicious to try with roti. Shahi means royal as
referred to old Mughal kings. The ingredients of this dish are:
One cube paneer 400 to 500 gram, sliced green chillies, onion, garlic, ginger, tomato pure 2
cups, cream as required, salt as required, coriander, sliced red bell pepper and paneer masala
as it is now available in every shop. Cilantro and coriander for garnishing.
Take a kadhai and heat it along with butter. After it is heated, add chilli and stir for 2 minutes,
then add the onion and stir till it's transparent. Add the mix of garlic and ginger crushed into the
mix and cook for 3-4 minutes. Now stir well to mix all the ingredients to mix them well till onion
is soft. It is very important to stir, or the bottom can burn ruining the recipe as well as then
After the onion is soft add tomato puree and stir well to mix with all the ingredients, you can
cover it in between stirs. Cook until the whole mixture volume is reduced to half. After 10
minutes or so when the volume is reduced, add coriander powder along with paneer masala.
Stir well to make paneer masala mixed up with every part and then add the red bell pepper, stir
for 2-3 minutes. After 3 minutes, add the salt and let it rest for 5 minutes with occasional stirs.
After 5 minutes, add the cream in round shape, so it is equally distributed, and stir it along with
all the mixture. When the cream is mixed, and orange colour is formed, add the paneer cubes
and cook for 30 minutes to soften the paneers, when the paneer is soft place it in a bowl.
Garnish with Cilantro or Coriander and serve with Roti or Naan which are very easy to make
with the help of a Rotimatic roti maker.
Veg Kofta Curry
Kofta is a very well-known dish with roti or naan. There are many types of kofta that can be
seen in India, with different ingredients, different cooking methods. Kofta can be made with
chicken, mutton, vegetables, paneer and may more. However, among all the koftas veg kofta is
heaven for veg lovers, and it is a mouth-watering dish.
These dishes go well with the rotis made from roti maker. You can check rotimatic reviews and
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Making any type of kofta is very time-consuming because kofta and curry both need a lot of
time to make. You can make either curry or kofta one day before and keep it in the fridge.
Generally making the curry First is the best choice as making koftas first and keeping them in
the fridge can make them hard. The ingredients of making veg kofta curry are:
Carrot, green peas, potato, capsicum, cauliflower, paneer or cheese, garam masala powder,
Kashmiri red chilli powder, coriander powder, black pepper powder, besan, oil as required for
deep fry and salt as required, these ingredients are needed to make the kofta.
The ingredients to make the kofta curry are Oil or ghee, cinnamon, cardamoms green and black,
Indian bay leaf, mace, curd, turmeric powder, red chilli powder both Kashmiri and normal,
water as required, garam masala powder, low-fat cream, chopped coriander leaves, fenugreek
Use Grated cheese or paneer and butter, Chopped coriander leaves and cream for garnishing.
To make the kofta, you will need to chop all the vegetables with a chopper. Take all the
chopped and crushed vegetables such as cauliflower, green peas, capsicum, cabbage, etc. in a
bowl and mix them very well. Drain the extra water and add grated cheese or paneer along
with chilli powder, coriander powder, garam masala powder, black pepper powder, besan, and
salt and mix them very well making a mash. Make small size balls and fry them in oil and kofta is
Heat a pan along with ghee or butter. Add cinnamon, bay leaf, cardamoms, mace and stir all of
them for a few minutes. Add the onion paste, with a pinch of salt to quick the process. Then
add tomato puree, cashew paste, turmeric, chilli powder when the onion is golden. Add curd
and stir until the oil is released from the sides. Then add some water along with salt and koftas
and stir very well when it is mixed add garam masala and Kasuri methi. Then after 2 minutes stir
and garnish with coriander.
These are the veg dishes that go perfectly with roti or naan. Rotis are difficult to make by hand
but You can make it easily with a modern Roti maker Rotimatic know more here.