Top 5 frozen vegetable recipes for Father’s Day

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    Top 5 frozen vegetables recipes for Father’s Day

    Father’s Day is a time to honor and appreciate the unconditional love and sacrifices our fathers make for us. It’s about acknowledging the countless ways they lift us and the unwavering support they provide. Celebrate the superhero in your life this Father’s Day by preparing a heartwarming lunch for that incredible human being. At Shana foods, we recognize the significance of this day and make it easier for you to cook a delightful meal with our frozen vegetables.

    Here are the top 5 frozen vegetables recipes for Father’s Day, which you can prepare conveniently to surprise your dad.

    Celebrating Father’s Day lunch with frozen vegetables recipes

    1. Creamy palak paneer

    You can turn the frozen spinach into a comforting dish by pairing it with paneer.

    Start by thawing the Shana chopped spinach and sautéing it with finely chopped onions and spices in oil until the onions are translucent. Blend the spinach with tomatoes, green chilies, and garlic to create a smooth puree.

    Return the puree to the pan, add cubed paneer, and fresh cream, and simmer until the paneer is heated through and absorbs the flavors.

    Season with turmeric and salt and serve hot with roti or rice.

    2. Crispy stir-fried okra

    For dads who enjoy a bit of crunch, Shana frozen okra can be quickly turned into a delicious stir-fry.

    For a quick and delicious Stir-Fried Okra, start by heating vegetable oil in a skillet and add mustard seeds until they pop.

    Toss in sliced okra rings from our frozen vegetables, along with finely chopped onions and red peppers. Stir-fry the mixture for about 8-10 minutes, or until the okra is tender yet crisp.

    Season with thyme and salt to taste. This simple yet flavorful frozen okra dish will surely be the hit of the surprise lunch.

    3. Masala arvi

    Bring some spice to the table with Shana’s frozen arvi vegetables.

    Boil Shana’s frozen arvi until tender, then peel and slice it. Mix turmeric, coriander, and red chili powders with water to form a paste. In a pan, heat oil, add carom and cumin seeds, and once they pop, stir in the spice paste and green chilies.

    Sauté the arvi slices in this mixture until golden, sprinkling with mango powder for a tangy finish.

    The spices and herbs blend beautifully with the earthy tones of arvi vegetables, creating a dish that’s both comforting and exotic.

    4. Aloo methi

    Aloo Methi combines the earthy flavors of fenugreek leaves (methi) with the comforting texture of potatoes.

    Begin by heating oil in a pan, then add mustard seeds and chopped green chilies until they sizzle. Add diced onions, cooking until soft, followed by diced potatoes, covering the pan to let them steam.

    Stir in turmeric and a mix of coriander-cumin powder, then add frozen methi from Shana’s frozen vegetables range, blending well. Cover and cook for a few more minutes until the potatoes are tender and the methi is fully incorporated.

    Season with salt to taste and serve warm with fresh chapati.

    5. Punjabi tinda masala

    Lastly, try making Punjabi Tinda Masala with our Punjabi tinda.

    It is a dish where tinda (squash) is sautéed with a fragrant blend of spices. Start by frying cumin seeds and onions in oil until golden. Add garlic, ginger, green chili paste, coriander, red chili, turmeric, and garam masala powders.

    Mix in chopped tomatoes and a spoonful of yogurt, simmering until the oil separates. Add the chopped tinda, cover, and cook until tender. Finish with a sprinkle of chat masala and fresh coriander.

    As we use these frozen vegetables to craft meals full of flavor and love, we are reminded of the enduring affection and care our fathers provide.

    So, let’s make this Father’s Day memorable with Shana frozen vegetables by serving dishes as warm and comforting as the man who has always been our pillar of strength.

    Happy Father’s Day!

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