It’s almost noon, and now you have to think about what to do for lunch. As we stay busy with our housework, work meetings, and other chores, the question of what to eat for lunch hangs over our heads like a sword. Sometimes we all wish we had a cook who can cook whatever we wish to eat. But, alas, we have become cooks ourselves since the start of confinement. If you are always thinking of what to prepare quickly for lunch in the midst of all your work, then we have the recipes for you.
Here are some breakfast recipes you can make in 15 minutes:
1. Mixed vegetables
Do you have any leftover vegetables from last night? Cut your favorite vegetables into bite-size pieces and sautÃ© them in garlic and butter. Then add your favorite masalas to make it tastier. This vegetable mix idea is easy to prepare and super nutritious.
2. Papad Ki sabzi
This Rajasthani dish is a classic, and you are going to love making it because it gives a new flavor. Papad ki sabzi might sound offbeat, but papad mixed with dahi sauce is absolutely delicious.
3. Paneer Bhruji
Who doesn’t love the spicy and delicious paneer !? The recipe for paneer bhurji is easy and tasty. All you have to do is grate your paneer and toss it in the pan along with the masalas and shallots. Prepare it in no time and enjoy it with roti or paratha.
4. Ki Sabzi corn
This one is definitely an interesting recipe. To do this, you will need to prepare a dahi-based sauce and add your masalas to it. Simmer for two to three minutes, then add your corn. The sweetness of the corn and the masaledar sauce is what makes this dish unique.
5. Fried rice
Got any leftover rice from last night’s dinner? Prepare fried rice and enjoy it in your lunch! All you have to do is cut up your favorite vegetables and toss them in a pan with masalas. Then add the rice and mix. Decorate with a few coriander leaves and enjoy!
6. Mix the vegetable Paratha:
Who doesn’t like a good, hearty paratha with a spoonful of butter and a chutney with it? So if you have any leftover vegetables from last night, mix them into the paratha paste and spread them out to cook a nutritious and healthy version of paratha. For the recipe, click here.
If you have any leftover vegetables from last night, make this delicious paratha
Prepare these recipes the next time you’re hungry and let us know if you liked them.