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Non-stick pan Indian vegetarian recipes | 1762 Non-stick pan recipes

Non-stick pan Indian vegetarian recipes collection. One of the most disruptive innovations in the culinary space, Non-stick pans have found a wide fanfare as they allow cooking of foods with little or no oil and other fats like butter, ghee, and so on. Non-stick pans, usually made by coating a pan of aluminum or other alloys with Teflon, have non-stick properties, that is, food does not stick to them. However, their utility is only as long as the surface is not scratched. Hence, it is advised to use only wooden, silicone, polycarbonate, or other blunt ladles with such pans. It is also better to clean them with mild soaps and sponges rather than metal scrubbers.

Non-stick pans are available in different forms and volume. They may be deep, shallow, broad or small. They may be shaped like tavas, kadhais or saucepans. 

Fresh Pineapple and Dry Fruit RollFresh Pineapple and Dry Fruit Roll

Deep non-stick pans are ideal of deep-frying and cooking Indian sweets or subzis. Snacks/ appetizers like Spicy Creamy French Fries, Crispy Fried Vegetables, Fried Potatoes in Ginger Mushroom Sauce and Fried Dosa Strips with Honey Chilli Sauce will be loved by both adults and kids.

We urge you to visit this section and try out some wonderful recipes like Mixed Vegetable Subzi, Aloo ki Sukhi Subzi and Broccoli Aur Paneer ki Subzi. Serve them along with piping hot roti for lunch or dinner.

End your meal with delightful Fresh Pineapple and Dry Fruit Roll or Makhane ki Kheer made in a deep non-stick pan.

Non-stick broad pan Indian vegetarian recipes

Popular Indian appetizers like tikkis and cutlets are generally deep-fried in oil to give them a crunchy outer texture. But, most people are becoming health conscious nowadays so, they prefer cooking methods like shallow frying which makes use of less oil. Bread Cutlets or Cheesy Corn and Vegetable Cutlets can be made in a broad non-stick pan and can be stuffed inside a burger bun or eaten as it is with tomato ketchup. They will surely be loved by kids!

Paneer Fried RicePaneer Fried Rice

Broad non-stick pans are also feasible for tossing vegetables together to cook a dry subzi or a stir-fry. You can even make Indo-chinese rice and noodles preparation without them becoming clumpy. Garlic Noodles, Paneer Fried Rice, Hakka Mushrooms with Rice Noodles with a range of veggies, not to forget soy sauce and other flavour-enhancers are tongue-tickling. Enjoy them as it is or serve it along with a bowl of Manchurian or hot & sour gravy to make a satiating meal .Also, baked dishes like Baked Kidney Beans with Alfredo Sauce, Baked Rice with Green Curry and Baked Stuffed Mushroom Pancake, can be made using a broad non-stick cookware.

Non-stick tava recipes

When you use a non-stick tava, you can reduce that amount also greatly. Try your hands on delectable snacks like Chana Dal and Cabbage Tikki, Sprouts Tikki, Broccoli and Paneer Tikki makes use of minimal oil and are yet tasty & healthy at the same time. Serve these light on stomach tikkis with healthy green chutney or carrot garlic chutney.

Spicy Chawli Leaves and Spinach Stuffed ParathasSpicy Chawli Leaves and Spinach Stuffed Parathas

Rotis/Parathas/Bhakri and different Indian flatbreads were traditionally made in earthern tava or iron tava but these days people prefer non-stick tava. They are light in weight and also, quite handy. Cleaning them is hassle-free. You can even make tandoori flatbreads like naan, roti on an open flame on a gas stove using non-stick pan. Here is a list of few of my favorite flatbreads that can be relished as it is or served with delectable subzis/dals :

1. Spicy Chawli Leaves and Spinach Stuffed Parathas

2. Bajra Gajar Palak Paratha

3. Garlic Roti

4. Rajgira Paneer Paratha

Small non-stick pan recipes

Mixed Vegetable HandvoMixed Vegetable Handvo

Most South-Indian recipes are incomplete without the final master stroke given by the popular tempering of urad dal, chana dal and curry leaves. Since you just require 1-2 tbsp of oil, a small non-stick pan is the most ideal equipment to use. Be it a chutney, curry or subzi, the tempering surely enhances the flavor of the dish. Coconut Chutney, Tomato Chutney are some famous accompaniments to South-Indian breakfast delicacies like idli, dosa, appe. Also, you can cook Gujarati special Mixed Dal Handvo or Mixed Vegetable Handvo, a savoury pancake and serve it with green chutney. It is tasty and loaded with crunchy vegetables and makes up for a filling meal.

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Egg Biryani Recipe recipe
Egg Biryani is a splendorous rice preparation, replete with the magic of Indian spices and the richness of masaledar boiled eggs. It is quite easy to make yet very grand, so it is ideal for parties! Rice, cooked with whole spices, mint leaves and spice powders, is topped with a peppy preparation ....
Drumstick and Potato Subzi recipe
Put this Drumstick and Potato Subzi on the table and marvel at its rolling success! Indeed, it will belittle the other dishes with its striking flavour and appetizing aroma. Drumstick gifts its mind-blowing aroma and flavour to any dish that it is added to, and this subzi is no exception. A si ....
Healthy Vada Pav recipe
Yummmmm, Vada Pav ! It is now possible to prepare Mumbai’s favourite street food in a healthy form that has less than half the fat and much less calories than the authentic vendor-made version. This is made possible by modifying the cooking method slightly, avoiding ....
Chaat Masala, Homemade Chaat Masala Recipe recipe
This masala is named so, because it is hard to imagine making Chaat without Chaat Masala! With a unique blend of spicy, salty and sour flavours, just a dash of Chaat Masala is enough to add a peppy twist to all kinds of chaats and savoury snacks, ranging from
Low Calorie Spinach Soup recipe
You will thoroughly enjoy this nutrient-dense, easy-to-prepare spinach soup. Cooking it with low-fat milk gives it a lovely emerald green colour, which together with the aroma of sautéed onions and garlic, makes this soup irresistible! This soup is especially recommended for all the weight-conscious ....
Tangy Kachi Keri Rice, Raw Mango Rice recipe
An evergreen favourite, the Raw Mango Rice is prepared in South Indian homes at least once a week when the mango season is on. A traditional tempering and partially cooked raw mangoes give this rice a tangy flavour and exciting crunch. While red and ....
Quick Mango Chunda,  Aam ka Chunda, Gujarati Raw Mango Sweet Pickle recipe
Mango chunda is a preserve that is common to all Gujarati households. The traditional preparation of chunda is time consuming, the heat of sun being used to dissolve the sugar till the pickle reaches a clear syrupy consistency and the mango shreds are translucen ....
Makhane ki Kheer recipe
Rich in protein and calcium, makhana or fox-nut combines beautifully with low-fat milk to make a creamy and delicious kheer. A lacing of nutmeg powder and saffron lends an aesthetic touch to the Makhane ki Kheer, making this a memorable dessert that lingers on your taste buds. Makhana is also a grea ....
Masoor Dal, Easy Masoor Dal Recipe recipe
Here is something you can prepare on any day, to enjoy the satiating wholesomeness of home-cooked meals! This Masoor Dal is prepared using common spice powders and pastes, not to forget tasty onions and tomatoes, which give it a lip-smacking flavour and aroma. Serve it hot with your favourite ....
Pyaaz ki Kachori recipe
These kachoris probably originated in Jodhpur but are today popular throughout Rajasthan. Very few households actually prepare these crisp, flaky deep-fried kachoris stuffed with an onion filling. Steaming hot Pyaaz ki Kachoris or Aloo Pyaaz ki Kachoris are sold at most 'namkeen' shops in Rajast ....
Mixed Vegetable Subzi, Restaurant Style Sabzi recipe
The rich hue, strong aroma and irresistible taste of this Mixed Vegetable Sabzi will make you addicted to it! A gravy of tomatoes, onions and cashewnuts forms the base of this marvelous creation, which features a horde of colourful and juicy veggies, which are sautéed separately in oil and then ....
Chole Bhature recipe
My earliest memories of Chole Bhature is of the one I ate at a popular eatery in Mumbai Known as "Cream Centre". On enquiring, I was told that the chick peas and spices were simmered together for hours resulting in a dish that a large number of Mumbaites relish even today! My version of chole i ....
Vegetable Makhanwala, Jain Recipe recipe
The buttery taste and luscious mouth-feel of the gravy makes Vegetable Makhanwala an ever-popular favourite. It is an item that features on the menu of most restaurants and in wedding spreads as well – and has earned a good share of fame across the world. Here we present Vegetable Makhanwala wit ....
Chatpata Dahiwala Bread recipe
Bread loaves, although of western origin, have been ably used by Indians in many indigenous preparations including bhajias and upma. Here is another such exciting desi creation with bread. Cubes of bread coated with a tangy curd masala are seasoned and sautéed till brown and crisp. You will enjoy ev ....
Oats and Walnut Chikki recipe
Who does not like the enticing sweetness and exciting crunch of chikkis? Here, we have given a healthy twist to this all-time favourite snack, making it out of oats and walnuts. Oats is known to be a healthy, fibre-rich cereal, while jaggery and walnuts have rich stores of iron that help boost ....
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