Indian Vegetable Side Dishes to Try During your Next Dineout

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Bored of the regular side dishes that you have at home or when you’re eating out at restaurants? We are here to your rescue. When it comes to Indian cuisines, there are so many vegetable side dishes that you’ll get tired if you begin counting. So, why don’t we suggest to you what Indian menu card dishes you can have on the side for the next time you dine out?

Read carefully. You don’t want to miss any of them.

  • Roasted cauliflower
    Cauliflower is highly nutritious. So, having it as a side dish is a pretty good idea. You can enjoy a tasty dish with antioxidants, fibres, vitamins, manganese and many more. By simply roasting it in olive oil with garlic, salt, bell pepper, etc you will have an amazing taste to compliment your main course.
  • Smoky eggplant stir fry
    This is a very popular dish all over India. Also, it is very quick and easy to make. Brinjal or eggplant has to be grilled over charcoal for a smoky flavour and then cooked with tomatoes, onions, ginger, garlic, etc in mustard oil. Locally known as baingan bharta, it is something you must try.
  • Crispy okra
    Okra, known as bhindi in Hindi, is a very important part of Indian cuisines which is made everywhere. Crispy okra is yummy, spicy and tastes the best with rice and daal meals. Make sure to search for this highly nutrient and low-calorie vegetable in menu card dishes at any Indian restaurant.
  • Potatoes in yoghurt
    As simple as it seems, this dish is very loved in India and obviously tastes amazing. It is thick and creamy with fewer spices and a whole lot of yummy yoghurt. Some ginger, turmeric, and green chillies along with potato mixed in yoghurt will turn to be something you can fall in love with.

You’re missing out on a lot of taste if you haven’t had these side dishes yet. So, we invite you to Saffron to try them out one fine day and let us know if you like them. We also have loads of other menu card dishes you can choose from, 

What’s stopping you then?

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