With the world going all gaga over cafes, lounges and mainstream restaurants, we all have forgotten some of the authentic types of food specialised from a particular place. India being the most diversified nation, we have so many cultures to follow and to get to know about.
So trying to mark a difference from the usual food bloggers, I will pay some light on such types of food that will leave your mouth watering in tempt and will definitely make you take your car and rush and grab some of them.
Let’s start with the standard winter’s special, “Sarso ka Saagh”. We all tend to run away seeing the green vegetables all around and some of us try to look for excuses to escape such a situation. Right? But this dish from Punjab is mouth-watering green food for all. As the winter sets in we all can smell the fragrance of the dish being cooked with mustard leaves and spices. Served with “makke di roti” sizzling down with butter all over. The taste is divine and makes you fall for it immediately.
Tracing down to the most colourful state, Rajasthan. A state filled with the essence of folk music, dance and its royal culture also traces down this wonderful and popular dish, “Dal bati churma”. Comprising of lentils and hard wheat rolls served with a sweet mixture prepared for alongside. Greased with ghee, this heavy dish is a full ‘tummy-filling” experience for all. With the dry climatic conditions of the desert region, it is also served with fresh buttermilk. Haven’t tried yet? Excited much? Go ahead and try this soooooonnnnnnnnnn.
Let’s get to care for some dessert as well. Let us look forward to sweet prepared down in south India, a place specially known for its authentic dishes. “Kesari Bath” has originated from Karanataka especially for festivals like Ugadi. Known and adapted by different places this dish has spread across with different names. Called sheera, suji ka halwa etc in different regions though the origination remains the same. Specially soaked with ghee and the garnished with almonds and nuts, this dish is considered to be very healthy and very auspiciously made during festivals.
Craved enough? Go ahead and try out these dishes and I’m very sure you will have the best experience of your life. Being a foodie is the best thing ever, because all you have in mind is to try out all the possible dishes and still wait and crave for more.
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