I have seen many rana pratap recipes out there. I have seen them all as a vegetarian. I have done a search and there are no vegetarian rana pratap recipes.
That’s because the vegetarian versions are considered “low quality.” The reason for this is because vegetarian rana pratap recipes tend to be more complex, so it’s less likely that you could make them using your bare hands or a blender.
The reason for this is simple: if you want to make vegetarian rana pratap, you have to make it with ingredients from a vegetarian dish, because vegetarian rana pratap recipes aren’t very likely to exist. So when someone shows you a recipe that doesn’t use any meat, you can’t make it vegetarian.
Well, this is not your standard vegetarian rana pratap recipe. It is pretty much the recipe that the majority of vegetarian rana pratap recipes are based on. The reason rana pratap does not contain meat is because it is more likely to be a vegetarian rana pratap recipe, and then when you add meat, you have to make it vegetarian because vegetarian rana pratap recipes dont exist.
The recipe is called “panch sarma raa” and it is actually a very simple recipe that has very few ingredients to make it.
I could write a whole article on how to make rana pratap.
It is a recipe I made a while back. And I will probably make a vegetarian version of this for a very long time.
If you are going to take the time to make a vegetarian version of rana pratap, you will probably need to go through some of the same trouble as if you were making a beef version (or a chicken version if you wish) of the recipe. And if you do make a vegetarian version of this recipe, you will need to make sure you cook it the same way every time you make it. Vegetarian rana pratap recipes are very difficult to make.
I have made it once and it was a disaster, so this is a recipe you could make if you were to make the vegetarian version of my beef version.