Also known as leaf cabbage, Kale is one of the healthiest vegetables that also belongs to the same cruciferous vegetable family as broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower. How to include? Smoothies, Chips, Salads.
Yet another edible plant from the cabbage family, broccoli is a typical healthy vegetable that can be an effective part of your diet any time of the year. How to include? Soups, Grilled, Tikkas, Steamed, Pasta, Pizza.
Cabbage is a great source of a compound known as Sinigrin, which is enriched with essential nutrients too. How to include? Soups, Salads, Cabbage-pea sabzi, Thoran, Wraps & Parathas
Considered to be in the mustard family, this leafy vegetable is a good source of vitamins A, C, and K. How to include? As a side with your grills and mains
As for its nutrients, this vegetable not only contains a healthy amount of vitamins, but it also has an impressive mixture of minerals ranging from manganese and iron to calcium. How to include? Smoothies, Salads, Wraps, Grills, Soups, Sautees, As A Sauce, Palak Paneer, Palak Aloo, Palak Corn, With Rice.
Their fibrous nature makes them a significant part of one’s weight loss diet, and could also aid in the lowering of one’s blood glucose level. How to include? Boiled, Sautéed, Turned Into a Chaat, As a combination with other vegetables, In Soups, Sauces and More.
High in fibre, excellent source of Vitamin K, and slightly peppery to taste - Mustard greens just HAD to make it to the list. How to include? Sarson ka saag, Stir fry, Knead it into the dough.