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The term ‘Punjabi cuisine’ is given to food from the Punjab region of India and Pakistan. The Punjabi food and cuisine has evolved over a period of time and presents a rich tradition of many distinct and local ways of cooking. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: TRADITIONAL PUNJABI CUISINE


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TRADITIONAL PUNJABI CUISINE
  • The term Punjabi cuisine is given to food from
    the Punjab region of India and Pakistan. The
    Punjabi food and cuisine has evolved over a
    period of time and presents a rich tradition of
    many distinct and local ways of cooking.

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Sarson ka Saag 
  • 'Sarson ka khet' is synonymous with Dilwale
    Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, given that food and
    Bollywood our two, true Indian passions. Every
    north Indian foodie worth their salt (and spices)
    would associate this dish with Punjabi food.
    Being a winter favourite, it can be found in all
    restaurants as a speciality. Given the slightly
    bitter taste of the mustard leaves, spinach can
    also be added to make it healthier, tastier and
    with a dollop of the famous dest-ghee for good
    measure and as a wintery guilty pleasure!

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Makke ki Roti
  • Makke ki roti and Sarson ka Saag are the desi
    equivalent of mac and cheese ? they just go
    together. With the cornflour being crumble in
    nature, the pros know how to make it best.

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Pinni - A hot, sweet hug from Punjab!
  • While eaten as a dessert, this is a dish
    mainly prepared in winter. It is made with desi
    ghee, wheat flour, jaggery and almonds - the
    ingredients give a lot of heat and energy during
    winter. While it is delicious, this dish from
    Punjab should be eaten in small quantities given
    the richness of it lest you fall sick!

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Rajma Chawal 
  •  Having rajma or chawal with anything apart from
    each other feels wrong, like breaking up your
    favourite couple. Even though it comes from
    Kashmir indigenously, it's a favourite among all
    Punjabis and their grandmothers. This Punjabi
    dish is also generally served with a side of
    pickled onions, to enhance the taste.
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