Hariyali Hack: Use Your Winter Greens To Give A Hariyali Twist To These Classic Dishes
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With winters on its fag end, we surely want to make the best use of all the greens. From spinach to mint, winter greens are a joy to indulge in. Be it the regular morning smoothie to paratha, I added the greens to almost all my meal courses. Greens are filling, healthy and absolutely delicious, so why not?. Sure, we do love our classic dishes but repeating them every time can be mundane too. So some hariyali dishes with a twist that you can try. 

1. Chicken Tikka

If there’s chicken tikka on your appetizer’s menu, then just know that it's gonna be the only showstopper. The dish is loved by people of all ages and is an absolute delight to indulge in. Marinated with mint, coriander and spring onions paste, the chicken pieces are tender, soft and succulent.

2. Biryani

Our favourite rice dish undergoes a makeover with this easy recipe. Made with an assortment of veggies, this hariyali biryani is the one to bookmark for a healthy, wholesome and delicious meal.

3. Pulao

How about a healthy, easy, delicious and minty course for lunch? Yes, you heard it right. This pulao has mint and coriander leaves in it giving it a hariyali twist to the T. Try this pulao recipe at home when you want to whip up a quick and delicious meal.

4. Veg Hariyali Kebab

Most non-vegetarians resist when it comes to veg kabab. But we swear by this delicious hariyali kebab because of its irresistible taste and texture. Made with spinach and amaranthus leaves along with a variety of ingredients, these kebabs are the to-go snacks when it comes to savouring a healthy and delicious course.

5. Hariyali Dal

When it comes to comfort food, most of us name dal-chawal or dal-roti. Dal, the staple in most Indian kitchens embodies comfort for most of us. But when it comes to elevating or revamping dal, most of us are reluctant in the fear of spoiling the original taste. But here’s a dal version you won’t hate experimenting. Filled with the goodness of spinach and fenugreek, this dal is healthy, wholesome and delicious as well.