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No Cooking Veg Indian Food

Surprise! Here are some mouth-watering recipes that will tempt you to make your own food even when you are in no mood to cook. Oh well, we tricked you here – these recipes require no cooking. Yet, believe us or not, some of them are sumptuous enough to be had as a Veg Indian meal.

Right from starters and salads, to the dessert, you can conjure up a whole meal without any cooking. These recipes are usually made with minimal ingredients, and can be made quickly and easily. Since they require no stovetop or oven cooking, even kids can participate in the process of churning out these delicacies. When making no-cooking recipes, usually we opt for ingredients like cheese, celery, carrots, cucumber, etc., which can be eaten raw. These ingredients, when coupled with the right spices, seasonings and garnishes, yield truly amazing dishes.
 

Quick No Cookiong Veg Recipes

Italian Bhel Puri and Quick Bhakarwadi Chaat are inspiringly innovative, yet so simple that you can make them any time, as an evening snack or starter for a party. Guacamole, a Mexican dip made with avocadoes is also easy to make but has an enchanting creaminess and appetizing flavor that all will love. Serve it with nacho chips or strips of veggies. It is ideal to munch on when you are watching a movie or chatting with friends! Couple a sandwich such as the Cheese-N-Celery Sandwiches or the Schezwan Paneer Cold Sandwich with a milkshake such as the Oreo Milkshake to make a sumptuous meal that will appeal to young and old alike!
 

Quick No Cooking Heathy Juices

Kick start your day with this healthy Beetroot Carrot Juice or try the Calcium Booster or the all green Palak Kale Juice

Quick, no-cooking recipes are not necessarily simple. They can be stunningly exotic and innovative too. Try the Pinwheel Sandwiches to get a taste of such innovativeness. Sweet and spicy with a very attractive appearance, this snack cum starter is made of flattened slices of bread layered with jam, cheese and green chutney, and rolled up into pinwheels. Slices of capsicum and olives add crunch and tang, making this sandwich a real tongue-tickler. For those with a sweet tooth, there are immensely satisfying choices like the Healthy No Bake Cookies, the Strawberry Yoghurt and the Fruit Tarts, which are guaranteed to bowl over the diners, age no bar!

As far as food goes, nothing is impossible. A little bit of know-how and lots of creativity will help you create boundless wonders, working around any kind of constraint. Don’t you now believe that it is possible to turn out a fabulous meal even without cooking?! If you loved these, you will also relish other such recipes on our website and app, so do check them out.

6 reasons to pick no-cooking recipes.

1. Kids can help in making the recipes as there is no risk of flame or oven cooking.
2. Can be made quickly and easily.
3. Use lesser ingredients compared to traditional recipes.
4. Recipes for kids and adults can be made without cooking.
5. Make Healthy Juices and Smoothies.
6. Enjoy Healthy Salads, Salad Dips and Raitas.

Watermelon apple drink, cool off on hot afternoons with this refreshing, icy and nutritious drink. Iron rich w ....
This pungent accompaniment will surely tease your taste-buds.
A raita that is very unusual and very tasty. . . Serve it chilled to enjoy it. . . .
Peeled raw mangoes tossed with brown sugar, lemon juice and chilies to form a spicy tangy salad.
This colourful, delicious and easy-to-make dish combines fresh coriander leaves with the tantalizing flavour o ....
A cool summer drink.The mango orange smoothie is sweet, tangy and totally refreshing.
Tangy and crunchy pineapple and sweet and soft papaya might sound contrasting, but its combination to make pin ....
Apples with skin gives us fibre and vitamin C and carrots is a good source of vitamin A. . This drink is great ....
Iron rich lettuce and celery teamed with crunchy apples to raise your haemoglobin levels. Being laced with a v ....
Dahiwali phudina chutney is an unusual combination of coriander, mint leaves and curds. . Lemon juice is added ....
The name of this recipe describes this salad rather well- it is zesty and spunky offering the palate a new com ....
This smashingly tasty Palak Raita will steal your heart with its simple yet rustic flavour. The contrast of da ....
A whopping hit with people of all age groups, fresh strawberries are at the centre-stage as far as this smooth ....
Green chutney, a best accompaniment to almost all indian starters. . . It can also be used for making sandwich ....
Phudina Raita,goes very well with Indian food and taste best when served chilled.
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