Are you looking for a delicious and healthy vegetarian recipe? Look no further than this flavorful low-fat Indian dish. Packed with spices and vegetables, it’s sure to be a hit at your next meal.

Healthy & Flavorful: Vegetarian Low Fat Indian Recipes

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

  • Rich in vitamins and nutrients from fresh vegetables
  • Low fat, making it a great option for those watching their calorie intake
  • Bursting with flavor thanks to the use of traditional Indian spices
  • Easy to customize based on your personal taste preferences


Here are the ingredients you will need:
– 1 cup chopped onion
– 2 cloves garlic, minced
– 2 cups chopped veggies (such as butternut squash, broccoli, carrots, and frozen green beans)
– 1 Tbsp ginger paste
– 1 tsp coriander powder
– ½ tsp cumin powder
– Pinch of turmeric powder
Optional seasonings: red chili powder or garam masala

How To Make This recipe:

Follow these steps to create this easy yet flavorful dish:

  1. Heat oil in pan over medium heat.
  2. Add chopped onions and sauté until translucent.
  3. Then add garlic cloves into it and cook for another minute.
  4. Add all other veggies one by one(Potatoes first if using) till they’re slightly softened.
  5. Then add salt accordingly about half teaspoon and mix well together.
  6. Add ginger paste along with coriander,cumin,turmeric powders , stirring occasionally until everything is golden-brownish in color which should take about five minutes.

Note: If you want more spice, add optional seasonings like red chili powder or garam masala according to desired level.

7.When the vegetables have become tender enough then check whether they cooked through by piercing them easily with fork, remove from heat and allow to cool down for 5 minutes before serving.

Cooking time and temperature guidelines:

  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 20-25 mins
  • Total Time: 40 minutes
  • Temperature : Medium Heat

My Pro-tips:

  • To enhance the flavor, toast cumin seeds in a pan until fragrant then grind it into powder form.
  • Use fresh veggies is recommended but can use frozen when fresh are not available.
  • Add a bit of coconut milk or cashew cream at the end to create a creamy texture if desired.

Seasoning Options:

If you want more spice, add optional seasonings like red chili powder or garam masala according to your desired level of spiciness.

Recipe Tips:

  • Feel free to customize this recipe based on your personal taste preferences. Swap out different veggies or adjust the amount of spices used as needed.
  • When cooking on medium flame , make sure that vegetables are cooked evenly otherwise their texture will be unbalanced after mixing with other ingredients.

Recommended tools to Make This Recipe:
1. Vegetable Chopper tool
2. Large Skillet Pan

To sum Up, this low-fat vegetable dish bursting with flavorful Indian spices and nutrients is perfect for anyone looking for healthy yet delicious vegetarian meal options!


Q1. Are low-fat vegetarian Indian recipes flavorful?

A1. Yes! Contrary to popular belief, traditional Indian cuisine features a range of healthy plant-based ingredients and rich spices that add bold flavors to every dish. Many vegetarian low-fat Indian recipes use natural ingredients such as lentils, vegetables, ginger, turmeric, cinnamon, and coriander to create satisfying meals that are nutritious and delicious.

Q2. Can I still enjoy classic Indian dishes while following a low-fat diet?

A2. Yes! You can modify many classic Indian dishes to make them healthier and lower in fat by using cooking techniques like grilling or baking instead of frying or sautéing; replacing high-fat dairy products with low-fat ones like Greek yogurt or skim milk; using lean proteins such as tofu, legumes or egg whites instead of fatty meats; reducing the amount of oil used in the recipe; choosing whole-wheat grains over white rice or refined flour products.

Q3. What are some good vegetarian sources of protein in an Indian diet?

A3. There are plenty of vegetarian sources of protein traditionally used in Indian cuisine such as lentils (dal), chickpeas (chana), kidney beans (rajma), black-eyed peas (lobia); paneer – firm cheese made from cow’s milk which is also rich source on calcium but moderate intake is advised due its higher calorie count compared to other protein-rich foods ; tofu – another great option along with new plant-based meat alternatives available now…thereby not only making it easier for vegetarians/vegans but even meat lovers too who would like to shift towards eating more plants without compromising taste