Residents in and around Kelowna, have you been looking for a place to that serves Indian Vegetarian lunch dishes? Have you had that crave for Indian food? Below listed out for you are some of the dishes served at the Indian restaurants near you. It has been said that ‘Eat breakfast like a king, lunch as a prince and dinner as a miser’. You deserve nothing less than the food fit for the royal you are. These dishes are at restaurants near you. You can order in, go out for take-out, or just go down to the well-known Indian restaurants in Kelowna.
This curry dish is a must get. It is generally made out of potato and cauliflower. This is a dish whose origin is India and from some parts of Pakistan. The word ‘aloo’ means potato (being the general ‘theme’ of this dish).It is a warm yet spicy all you need. It is a filling meal that is affordable and suites vegetarians best. Meat lovers may enjoy it too. It is a delightful accompaniment for plain basmati rice, Chutney, Brioche buns and even Paratha. People living in Kelowna should look forward to enjoying this dish.
This is a dish known to be based with green chillies, onion, garlic, fresh cilantro, several spices, chickpeas and tomatoes. This dish is a pot full of flavor that will leave you beckoning for more. For those afraid of spice this can do for you. Dish is a stew-like curry that can go excellently on rice, especially cauliflower rice.
Malai means cream and Kofta dumpling balls that have been fried (usually made out of mashed potatoes, different vegetables or paneer). It is a mouth-watering dish that if put on a display cabinet, everyone passing by would be drooling for it. It is generally a sweet onion, tomato based gravy (described to be creamy and mild) with paneer koftas. This is a very filling meal and since it is a lunch meal take it easily to avoid feeling drowsy the rest of your afternoon. It is served best with a roti preferably roomali rotis, steamed Basmati rice, phulkas, parathas, naan and even jeera rice.
It is a very health meal and can even be served as a snack.
This dish is prepared using a combination of vegetables, chickpeas, rice and of course spices. This dish has a delightful taste and it takes less time to prepare than most Indian dishes. Before Pulav is served, mango powder and garam masala is added and mixed gently. This is a great choice for foodies who don’t like very spicy dishes. However, if you like your food extra spicy, you can ask for a pickle on the side or yoghurt if you are looking to tone down the spices.
Soup has always been a comfort food and it is very satisfying. Most people have tomato soup as a starter, but you also have a choice to have it as a light lunch meal with crusty bread and salad.
This is basically potato and green peas curry. It is a simple but delicious gravy that will knock off your socks. It can be served alongside pooris, rotis or parathas.
In closing, having these dishes in mind, you might end up enjoying each of them more than you expect. Having to change to a vegetarian diet or just having a dip in the pool this food will do the trick. It is satisfactory, nutritious and you end up exploring more of what the world has in store for you. Visit a restaurant that servers these dishes and others to enjoy a perfect lunch hour with your colleagues, lunch date with your friends and family during the weekends.