While the archaic thought believes that the woman belongs to the kitchen, the tables have started turning already. Kareena Kapoor starrer Ki and Ka was a revolutionary film in this regard. And now we see lots of men donning the chef hat at home without a fret. The latest addition to the family is Karishma Tanna’s husband Varun Bangera. The couple recently tied the knot in an intimate ceremony with friends and family. The Indian television actress got really lucky as her businessman life partner seems to be taking part in household chores too. 

Recently, Karishma Tanna took to her Instagram handle to share a story of a bowl full of curry. She captioned it saying #chef Love you @varunbangera. It looks like a medium-thick, lentil based curry which could be a version of kadhi or something along similar lines. We can spot some mustard seeds and coriander leaves in there too. Wondering what we are talking about? Here, take a look. 

Source: Screengrab of Instagram Stories/Varun Bangera 

This talk about kadhi is making us crave some delicious vegetarian curries. Indian cuisine is replete with gravy-based dishes from different parts of the country. Here are some yummy vegetarian curries that you can try at home today. 

1.  Creamy Paneer Curry 

Sliced cubes of paneer or cottage cheese are thrown into a pool of thick and creamy tomato-onion gravy. The paneer is grilled in a tandoor before being added to the gravy. The masala of the paneer blends really well with the curry. Serve it with a side of steamed rice and you are good to go. 

2.  Mix Veg Curry 

From potatoes to carrots, cauliflower and capsicum, the curry is full of vegetables. These are cooked together with spices and water. The semi-gravy texture of the dish makes it ideal for rice as well as chapatti. 

3.  Potato Curd Curry 

The potato pieces are dunked into a creamy yoghurt-based sauce. These are then prepped together over low heat. The curry is filled with lots of coriander leaves for freshness. 

4.  Chickpea Curry 

Chana or chickpeas are a great source of protein and a fabulous addition to your diet. The soft pieces of chana are meshed in spicy gravy with loads of garam masala. This dish can be eaten with pooris, parathas, chapattis and rice.