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Friday, 27 October 2017
Culinary Delights from Five Indian States – Part 2
a spicy curry usually made of sprouted beans and pav, a type of Indian bread
roll, together they make a very popular dish – Misal Pav – from Maharashtra,
India. When you will visit the cities and villages in Maharashtra you will find
numerous local-favorite Misal Pav joints. It is served as a breakfast dish, as
a snack and you can also have it as a full meal. Misal Pav with chilled buttermilk
is really awesome to try in Maharashtra.!
Garadu, Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh and specially Indore city is a
paradise for street food lovers. Garadu chaat is a mouthwatering Indore special
street food dish. Garadu is a type of yam. It looks somewhat like sweet potato
in appearance. It is a fried chaat with lots of local spices, chatpata chutneys
and lemon juice.
Hyderabadi Biryani, Telangana
you are visiting Telangana, specially Hyderabad, then you must add Hyderabadi
Biryani in your ‘to eat’ list. Hyderabadi biryani is a form of biryani – a rice
preparation from Hyderabad, Telangana, India. General ingredients of Hyderabadi
biryani are basmati rice, goat or chicken meat, yogurt, onions, spices, lemon,
saffron. Coriander leaves and fried onions are used to garnish it beautifully. This
authentic spicy biryani is usually served with dahi chutney (yogurt, mint, and
onion) and mirchi ka salan - a green chili curry.
From Chhattisgarh state, popularly known as ‘rice
bowl of central India’, Dehrori is a delicious sweet desert. It is a deep fried
rice preparation dipped in sweet sugar syrup. Cardamom powder adds a fantastic flavor
to its great taste. Dehrori is garnished with mixed nuts. If you are visiting
Chhattisgarh, Dehrori is a must try for having a sweet delight.
Bati is a Rajasthani dish. It is comprised of dal (lentils) and bati (hard
wheat rolls). Dal is prepared using tuvaar dal, chana dal (prepared by removing
skin of split chickpeas), mung dal, moth dal, or urad dal. Tennis ball-sized
round balls of dough are cooked in a well-heated traditional oven to prepare
bati. When the baati becomes golden brown in colour, it is greased with ghee
and is then served with dal, rava ladoo, rice, pudina chutney, kairi (raw
mango) chutney, green salad with lots of onion, and fresh buttermilk (chass).