5 Mixed Vegetable Recipes You Can Make With Leftover Vegetables

5 Mixed Vegetable Recipes You Can Make With Leftover Vegetables

Even after planning meals for a week, our pantry somehow always has a variety of vegetables to consume! The amount of each vegetable is not enough to cook a particular sabzi, but that doesn’t mean we can let it go to waste. How can we use several vegetables at once? We have a wonderful answer to this question! Why not make a delicious sabzi from these vegetables?! Mixed vegetables sabzi is the quintessential Indian recipe designed to use leftovers. Although only one recipe is popular, we’ve found 5 delicious and exciting ways to make the classic mixed vegetables even more delicious. You’ll eventually love these recipes so much that they would become a part of your weekly meals!

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Here are 5 mixed recipes that are too good to miss:

1. Vegetarian Makhani

Crispy vegetables are bathed in a creamy cashew tomato curry to make this delicious recipe. Serve this delicious vegetarian makhani with roti or rice for your everyday meal. You can also spruce it up by combining the makhani with paneer pulao.

Click here for the full recipe of Veg Makhani.

2. Kadai Sabzi

Kadai sabzi is inspired by classic Indian restaurant dishes such as kadai chicken and kadai paneer. Kadai sabzi has a twist though, it uses up any leftover vegetables in the house and gives it a delicious makeover! You get the spicy, masaladaar flavor of kadai chicken without spending hours toiling in the kitchen.

Click here for Kadai Sabji’s full recipe.

3. Labrador

Potatoes, radishes, cabbage, cauliflower and pumpkin are some of the vegetables that fit into this spicy mixed vegetable offering. What makes labra special is the use of Paanch Phoron– a five spice mix of mustard seed, fennel, cumin, nigella (kalaunji) and fenugreek.

Click here for Labra’s full recipe.

4. Kolhapuri Vegetables

Packed with Kolhapuri spices to flavor vegetables, this Maharashtrian vegetarian dish is worth trying, at least once. The best thing about this recipe is that you can use any vegetables of your choice and flavor them with some strong spices, spicy curds, citrusy lemon juice and creamy coconut.

Click here for the full recipe of Kolhapuri Vegetables.


5. Dhaba Style Mixed Vegetables

The simple mixed vegetables get a spicy twist with the dhaba-like preparations! Vegetables such as carrots, bell peppers, green peas, paneer and cauliflower are bathed in a tomato-based masala sauce, adding a spicy twist to the classic dish.

Click here for the full recipe of Kolhapuri Vegetables.

Use up your leftover veggies by whipping up these delicious mixed veggie recipes at home! Tell us in the comments which recipe you liked best.