If there is one question that remains constant in every household, it is – “What should I cook?” Add in a busy weekday or awkward weather and you have a hideous cooking session. And weren’t we all there doing that? These days, all you want to do is toss all of your veggies in the pan, stir a little, and that’s it. However, if you think that preparing a dish quickly can only be a fantasy, you’ve come to the right place. Because we dug up some recipes that are quick, easy, and inexpensive and these are the popular Indian Bhurji recipes.
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Get some paneer, eggs, or even soy pieces – add onion and tomatoes, stir a little and that’s it, your superb lunch / dinner is ready. Would you like more ideas? Here is a list.
5 easy bhurji recipes for lunch or dinner:
1. Paneer Bhurji:
Paneer can cater to almost any of your dining needs and this time it fits in just right as a simple dish to make on lazy nights or busy afternoons. You don’t need much for the classic paneer bhurji – add paneer, jeera powder, dhaniya powder, amchur powder to the pan and you’re done. You can even enjoy it without the onions and garlic, read the recipe here.
2. Amritsari Paneer Bhurji:
This Amritsari Paneer Bhurji Recipe takes your regular Paneer Bhurji one level higher. Paneer pieces sautéed with onions, tomatoes, ginger-garlic and even sugar for a distinctive taste, brush with butter, add fresh coriander leaves and enjoy. Click here for the detailed recipe.
3.Spicy soy bhurji:
One of the easiest bhurji recipes on the market, this flavorful soy bhurji is a must-have on your favorite bhurji list. Soak some soy granulate or coarsely grate soy pieces, add cumin, lots of chilli, spices to the pan and you’re done. Combine it with roti, rice or even use it as a sandwich filling. Here is the full recipe for you.
Soy Bhurji is simple and delicious
4. Boiled egg anda Bhurji:
A delicious egg bhurji recipe that is a little different from the normal anda bhurji. Make the most of the boiled eggs you lie around, make a boiled bhurji and enjoy it with roti, rice, or even as breakfast. Read the recipe here.
5. Masala anda bhurji:
Masala Anda Bhurji is probably the most common bhurji recipe that we stick to for both convenience and taste. It requires minimal ingredients and is quite easy to make, even for beginners. Beat the eggs on the spicy masala with onions, tomatoes, ginger-garlic and spices, stir a little and you’re done. Click here for the easy recipe.
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There you have it, make these simple recipes for a quick and easy lunch or dinner next time you’re pressed for time. Let us know in the comments below which of these you liked the most.