Dry Stuffed Parwal is a homely and comforting recipe. You can prepare this with parwal, shredded coconut, coriander-cumin powder, peanut powder, curry leaves, curd, oil, red chili powder, and turmeric powder.
Stuffed Parwal is also known as Bharwa Parwal. Moreover, this sabzi takes three steps to prepare: first prepare the masala, then stuff the Parwal with it, and last, make the sabzi.
It is a famous sabzi in Bengal and Assam in India.
Parwal has many names. It is also known as Parbal, Potol, Parval, or pointed gourd. All the Indian households cook this vegetable mostly every week.
This recipe is spicy, tangy, and full of Indian spice flavors. To make it more aesthetic and approachable to your dinner table, it has coconut as well.
The flavors are quite amazing and give a lovely texture to the dish. Also, the best part about this recipe is that it is prepared without gravy. A dry vegetable sabzi, easy to prepare, and gets ready in just 15 minutes.
Surprisingly if the guest appears or it’s a lazy cook day, you can just mix and match spices with Parwal and make it delicious.
Moreover, Parwal helps you boost immunity power and gives you strength in the body. Also, it is loaded with fiber and best for digestion. One should include this sabzi for weekly cooking.
You can enjoy Dry Stuffed Parwal recipe with roti, paratha, and enjoy with dal rice or kadhi rice as well.
Try similar recipes like Stuffed Parwal With gravy and Guvar Dhokli.