Does your mouth water when you hear Chole, Kadhi Pakora, or Dal Makhani?
If yes, then this blog is for you. Read more and find out how you can answer your craving for Punjabi food.
Punjab, the North-Indian state is one of the most colorful and flavorful states of India. Every bite in Punjab is a delight.
Punjab is also known as the breadbasket of India for its gifts of parathas and naans to the world. Punjabi cuisine comprises dairy items, rotis, desserts, and fresh seasonal vegetables.
Punjabi food will leave you spellbound all through the year. If you are away from home and wish to try authentic Punjabi cuisine, here’s a list of our top ready-to-eat dishes, or as we like to call them, ‘The Gems Of Punjab’.
Punjabi Sakarpara – A subtly sweet snack that goes perfectly with chai or coffee.
Punjabi Mathi – Crisp, flaky, and mildly spiced with carom and cumin seeds, Punjabi Mathi is a real refresher.
Punjabi Methi Mathi – These are crisp and flaky baked biscuits flavored with kasuri methi. The methi adds a distinct aroma and flavor to this snack.
Main Course Dishes
Baigan Bharta – If you like smoked eggplants then you will love our Baigan Bharta. It is made with smoked and smashed eggplants tempered with authentic Punjabi spices.
Chole – A staple in Punjabi cuisine, this chickpea dish is best had with either a paratha or naan.
Dal Makhani – If one dal had to rule hearts across the globe, it would definitely be dal makhani. It is made with a variety of lentils and topped with loads of unsalted butter and cream.
Kadi Pakora – The Punjabi kadhi is different from its Gujarati cousin in a number of ways. It’s spicy, tangy, and has crunchy besan pakoras soaked in kadhi.
Palak Paneer – How can we talk about Punjabi food and not talk about Paneer. The spinach and paneer combination is a staple to the Punjabis. But for everyone else, it is nothing less than a delicious treat.
Rajma – Made with kidney beans and urad dal, this curry is the first love of every Punjabi. Eat it for Sunday dinner with family or treat your friends to a plat of Rajma. This dish will make you happy every single time.
Punjabi Pinni – Mostly a winter delight loaded with nuts and ghee, Pinni can be enjoyed all year round. Try some and know for yourself
Gajar Ka Halwa – Punjabis take their Gajar Ka Halwa quite seriously. It has to be sweet, it has to have ghee and it has to be served warm.
Kala Jam – Relish some soft dough balls rolled and fried in pure ghee and soaked in flavored sugar syrup. One Kala Jam a day keeps the sadness away!
Is your mouth watering looking at these delicious Punjabi treats?
Then, what are you waiting for, click on the links, and order them today. You can also look up these mouth-watering gems on our website: www.rajbhog.com
You can also visit a nearby Rajbhog Foods cafe and try these out.