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7 Foods to Break Your Navaratri Fast

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Devi Durga, the Navaratri Goddess
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If you thought Navaratri happens only during autumn, then wrong thoughts. A typical hindu calendar brings in Navaratri twice in a year – once in spring and the other around October. The nine-day Navaratri celebration that happens during spring is called ‘Basant Navratri’. Since it starts from the very first day of hindu month ‘Chaitra’, thus, it is also called Chaitra Navaratri. The celebration of this spring based Navaratri is more popular in North India, where devotees nine forms of Devi Durga.

This year Basant Navaratri will be observed from 8 April (Friday) to 15 April (Friday), 2016.

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Navaratri Rituals
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To honor and pay gratitude to the goddess, many observe fast during Basant Navaratri. Few fast only on the first and last day, while others abide it during all nine days of celebration. The food one consumers to break the fast holds immense importance as it affects the body to a great extent.

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A Sattvik meal
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Preference is given towards Sattvik diet, where consumption of alcohol and non veg food is absolutely prohibited. Also, certain items like fresh vegetables, milk, yogurt or rock salt are included in the diet as these act as catalyst to detoxify the human body, especially after long fasting.

Many keep wondering what exactly to prepare from this Sattvik menu, so that it becomes easy to prepare and good to eat. To sort your problem, here are five dishes you can make to break your fast this Navaratri.

Sabudhana Khichdi

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Savudhana k Khichdi
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Depending on the kind of sabudhana one uses the preparation of it might have to start a night before. Yet, less of spices and boil only recipe makes it a very healthy and heavy intake right after fasting. Savudhana is full of starch which gives the body the much-needed energy after prolonged gap from food.

Chawal Dhokla

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White Chawal Dhokla
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Samwant Chawal, a special variety of rice is available in the Indian markets only during Basanta Navaratri. Thus, foodies make Gujarati snack ‘dhokla’ out of it served with ample ghee and chutney. Addition of tamarind in the chutney with sweet coconut makes the dhokla flavorsome right after your fast.

Coconut Laddoo

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Coconut Laddoo
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Many prefer breaking the fast with sweets. In that way, heavy milk preparations become difficult to digest. Thus, these simple coconut laddoos can be the choice. Small in size, one can have as many as possible and this one is indeed quick and easy to prepare.

Singhare ka Halwa

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The sweet pancake
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When it comes to breaking fast, Hindus have a knack for halwa or sweet pancake. During the spring session of Navaratri, they prepare it with Singhare ka aata or water chestnut flour which is considered a healthy intake after the fasts. This sweetmeat becomes a heavy dish due to the addition of ghee, milk and dry fruits.

Chironjee ki dal

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A bowl of Chironjee k Dal
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When it comes to main course food, Indians like adding a bowl of dal. Salty and spicy, dal are heavy and tastes good both with rice or roti. The specialty for this particular dal is the use of chironjee, believed to be used as an ingredient only in India. The dal is usually yellow and heavy in texture.

Khide ke Pakode

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Crunchy pakodas
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When it comes to pakodas or munchies, Indians use ample variety of ingredients to do the filling. In this case, they use cucumbers as the main ingredient of pakodas, added with green chilly and singhare ka atta . When served hot with any sauce or chutney, these pakodas taste delightful.

Banana Walnut Lassi

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Banana Walnut Lassi
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Breaking the fast with a juice or shake is always good as it gives the tummy some time to adjust with food. Also it’s served cold which makes it easy to consume or digest right after a long fast. In this case, addition of bananas and walnut adds protein to the shake which helps in energy building after the fast.

5 Sweets To Try This Bakhri Eid

As the Muslim community across the globe celebrates Bakhri Eid, we all know that they call it Salty Eid. The simple reason being, food in this celebration is based on the kind and sort of animal they slaughter. Meat, beef or lamb – are kept on the top list of the Bakhri Eid menu.

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An Eid Feast
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However no celebration completes without the presence of sweets. At the end of all the savories and spices you consume, a gulp of sweet simply tantalizes the taste buds. Hence no Muslim spread during Bakhri Eid goes devoid of sweets.

In fact there are sweets that the Muslims limit to to Eid-Ul-Adha celebration only. The list of desserts differs in case of Eid-Ul-Fitr.

Here are the top 5 sweet preparations that you cannot miss during Bakhri Eid. Break into a Muslim friend, neighbor or colleagues house to relish this range of desserts that will make you crave for more.

Popular confectionaries now prepare the same items and put them for people to buy. You can try your luck there as well.

Baklava

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Baklava
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A multi layered pastry filled with nuts and raisins served with a topping of thick sweet sauce or honey. Fillings of Baklava vary from country to country. Iranians like it with pistachios and almonds while in Levant, walnut is the choice. In recent times, culinary experts are adding dates and choco chips to render new kinds of Baklava. It might be expensive but a big miss if you wait for some other time.

Aish Al Saraya

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Aish-Al-Saraya
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This is a Lebanese dessert that is completely vegetarian as it does not include egg even. Aish Al Saraya generally has different flavors added like rose, orange and lime. It’s a light sweet that can be consumed in big amount and refrigerating it before serving is important. The pudding looks awesome when garnished with crushed pistachios, walnuts or any other dry fruits. It’s a healthy food for toddlers to senior citizens in the family.

Basbousa

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Basbousa
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It’s a Middle Eastern cake with semilona as the main ingredient and rose water or lemon syrup added on top to add flavors to the bake. Other ingredients required to make this are coconut, cinnamon or cloves, orange or tangerine peels and dry fruits at the end. The dessert is difficult to bake and often turns a disaster for first timers. Experienced and skilled culinary chefs make it with ease and serve with ethnic.

Kaju Halwa

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Kaju Halwa
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Many mistake ‘Kaju Halwa’ to be the popular Indian dessert, Kaju Barfi. It’s an absolute misconcept. The Kaju Halwa that Muslims prepare during Bakhri Eid is a pudding composed of only cashew, sugar and milk. It can be served both hot and cold. Cashew nuts are used to garnish this dish. It’s a heavy sweet that can be kept in the fridge for long to relish and recall the Eid memories.

Qimani Seviyan

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Qimani Seviyaan
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Promising culinary joy and visual pleasure, this recipe is simple to make and is the most important during Ramazan. Yet some prepare it during Bakhri Eid too. Combination of three ingredients- vermicelli, sugar and milk- makes this a must try after an unforgettable Eid feast.

Best Homemade Tan Removal Recipes

We often come to know about simple homemade techniques to fight certain persisting skin and beauty issues from our elders that are quite effective and saves us a lot of money from being spent on trials and errors! Isn’t it? Here are a couple of best recipes for fighting tan issues and removing excessive sun tan.

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How to remove sun tan?
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Sandalwood is known to have unique beneficial properties of its own like helping in curing pimples, acne, prickly heat, itching and skin whitening and more. Turmeric is also yet another multi-faceted ingredient. Both of these are known to improve the complexion and quality of skin in a magical way when applied regularly, combined with boiled and then cooled milk! (2 tsp Sandalwood powder + 1 tsp turmeric paste + 3-4 tsp milk or as required to meet the desired consistency)

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Turmeric…
An essential ingredient for improving the skin and in both face pack recipes mentioned.
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Another similar recipe is to use besan or gram flour instead of sandalwood and the rest remains the same as before. So that will be 2 tsp Gram flour + 1 tsp turmeric paste + 3-4 tsp milk or as required.

When you mix cucumber, lemon juice and rose water, you basically put together a natural bleach to fight tan and pimples along with cooling and repairing agents. This is yet another refreshing choice to fight tan.

Face mask made of Aloe vera, Masoor dal and Tomatoes to fight sun tan.

Face mask made of Aloe vera, Masoor dal and Tomatoes to fight sun tan.

Did you know that ‘masoor daal’ (red lentils) helps in improving even the worst cases of extreme tanning? When you mix a masoor daal paste with aloe vera and tomatoes, you are making one of the best balancing face packs ever. The acidic properties of tomatoes will attack all the pimples and acnes while aloe vera’s healing touch will rejuvenate the skin, make it nourished and you will look healthier and at least 2-3 shades fairer almost instantly! (2 tsp masoor daal paste + 2 tsp tomato paste + 2 tsp aloe vera/gel or extract)

But after you look all happy and pretty, where would you go?

You are welcome to comb through BYT and enjoy yourself!!

Milk – The Good And The Bad

If we recall, there are two specific memories about milk we have.

Either, the hot glass with a chocolate powder getting cold and our mothers’ running behind us to feed at least half of it. The two time of the day when mothers boiled the milk in kitchen should have been deleted. Is there no other food on earth that substitutes this white fluid?

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The Pathetic Milk Sessions
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The other gang were the ones who took the hot glass  and drank it up in the blink of an eye. Now the lot has grown up and claim, we used to love milk.

Well their love for the drink definitely set dreadful examples for the second lot.

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The Milk Lovers
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Now the question of confusion is, is milk really so important or it’s a standard that it has attained over other food?

This nutritious essential balanced diet containing vitamin that should be a part of all human diet. This white liquid is essential once a child is born and can be offered till the last breath. To get the health values and vigor, it’s not important that one needs to drink a glass of it. It can be consumed in many other forms like cream, butter, ghee and curd. It is acquired in the purest form from cow, buffalo or goats.

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Milk
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However malpractices like machine based processing and addition of water is making milk loose its food values and purity.

At this crisis state, the disadvantages are:

HORMONES:
Some diary farmers add milk producing hormones in diets of cows and buffaloes. The main aim of these farmers is to meet the quantitative market need over quality. These hormones increase the risk of developing prostate, breast and rectal cancer. So, it’s important to determine the quality of before consuming.

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Milk farmers
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SATURATED FAT:
Milk contains saturated fat which can increase the chances of cholesterol. A glass contains 9pct of fat, of which 6pct is saturated fat.
The remedy to this Skim Milk where the portion of fat is virtually no which benefits your waistline reducing chances of fat prone diseases.

ALLERGY:
Since childhood, many people cannot consume milk and when taken to the doctor they are considered to be suffering from ‘milk allergy’. On drinking they face reactions like rashes, hives, itching and swelling to trouble breathing on milk consumption. Long time tolerance to such diseases can create adverse effects.

LACTOSE INTOLERANCE:
Mostly seen in case of adults, lactose intolerance implies that the individual does not have the capacity to consume the lactose content in a glass of milk. The symptoms are cramps, gas, bloating, nausea and diarrhea. In this case, patients can be anti to any type of milk product as well.

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Drinking Milk
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MUCUS:
Many belief that drinking milk increases mucus content in the body that is, they always remain prone to cold. Stuffy nose or sinusitis turns their constant problem.

Does that mean the age old belief that milk is good for health is a myth?

Of course not.

We all know the contents of milk like calcium, potassium, vitamin D, Choline, magnesium, phosphorus, vitamins A, riboflavin, vitamin B-6 and vitamin B-12 yields certain positive health benefits.

There is a brighter picture of milk as well. The benefits  are:

Glowing Skin:
The lactic acid in milk helps the skin in keeping soft, supple and glowing. Amino acids keep it moisturized. So regular milk drinkers get a glowing skin as a gift from their daily habit.

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Glowing Skin
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Healthy bones and teeth:
The only reason is the calcium it has in store. The calcium helps adults to keep their bones strong and stay away from osteoporosis. Children do not get cavities and tooth decay if they regularly drink milk.

Muscles:
Milk helps in maintaining muscles that you grow by regular work outs.

Less Stress:
Milk beats off stress. A warm glass  or a chilled glass relaxes tense muscles and soothe nerves.

Chocolate Ganache Cake

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Chocolate Ganache Cake
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Yummm! A Chocolate Ganache Cake is the ultimate favourite of all chocolate lovers! This blog will explore what it takes to make it and a little bit about this awesome dessert. Not only a dessert, actually, a Chocolate Ganache Cake is very good for birthdays, anniversaries or any occasions.

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Chocolate Ganache
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‘Ganache’ is a French word for a glaze, icing, filling or sauce for any confectionery dishes such as pastries, cakes, croissants and other such food items. Ganache is a generic term and the texture, ingredients and taste of the ganache is modified, changed and reinvented according to the requirements of the dish to be made! Sometimes, ganache may contain liquor or sometimes any liqueur. It may also be made with fruit extracts. Depending on the type of chcoclate used and what the dish demands, the ganache is prepared. It is always the final step of the dish.

A dark chocolate cake with a thick ganache frosting sounds just heart melting, doesn’t it? Well, here’s how you can make it! You’ll need:

1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, room temperature, plus more for pans
1/2 cup unsweetened Dutch-process cocoa (spooned and leveled), plus more for pans
2 cups all-purpose flour (spooned and leveled)
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 cups packed light-brown sugar
2 large eggs plus 2 large egg yolks, room temperature
6 ounces bittersweet chocolate, melted
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
1 cup low-fat buttermilk

Preheat your oven to 176-180C. Rub butter into two 8-inch round cake pans and dust with cocoa, tapping out the excess. Line each pan at the bottom with a round of parchment/ tracing paper and set aside.

In a bowl, whisk together sifted flour, cocoa, baking powder, baking soda, and salt and keep aside.

In a large bowl, using an electric mixer, beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Add eggs and yolks, one at a time, beating well after each addition; beat in chocolate and vanilla. With mixer on low, alternately add flour mixture in three parts and buttermilk in two, beginning and ending with flour mixture.
Divide the batter between prepared pans and smoothen out the tops. Bake until a toothpick inserted in center of a cake comes out clean which can take upto 40-45 minutes. Let the cakes cool in the pans for about 15-20mins and with a knife, separate cake from the edge of each pan. Invert cakes onto a wire rack and wait till cooled completely.

Set a rimmed baking sheet upside down on a work surface. Place one cake on sheet, and spread top with 1/3 of ganache. Place second cake on top, and spread remaining ganache over top and sides of cake. Using two wide metal spatulas, carefully transfer frosted cake to a serving platter.

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Now for the special ‘dark chocolate ganache’, you’ll need:

2 cups heavy cream
1/2 cup confectioners’ sugar
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 pound bittersweet chocolate, roughly chopped

The procedure is rather simple: In a large saucepan, you need to bring 2 cups heavy cream, 1/2 cup confectioners’ sugar, and 1/8 teaspoon salt to a boil. Remove it from heat. Now add 1 pound bittersweet chocolate, roughly chopped, and let the mixture stand, without stirring, for about 1 minute. Whisk just until well combined. Refrigerate, stirring occasionally, until spreadable! Time you’d require for the whole this will be about 1 hour.

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Chocolate Ganache Cake
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And then when you generously coat the cake with the ganache and freeze it, your magnificent chocolate ganache cake is ready!

However, to enjoy even more delicious treats from trained patesserie chefs, why not try the fabulous delicatessens and brunch restaurants listed in our website?

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Versatility of Chocolate

Chocolate, since long, as been a thing of love and fancy for us. It is widely consumed across the world by people of all ages, ethnicity and culture. Chocolate has been one of the most successful discoveries till date. The below image briefly shows the discovery, spread and commercialisation of chocolate, from the ancient era to modern-day.

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Chocolate timeline…
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The history of Chocolate begins in the over 7000 BC old civilizations of Mesoamerica which refers a broad area, roughly from Central Mexico to El Salvador, Nicaragua and northern parts of Costa Rica. In here, the Mayan civilization is the most dominant. Cocoa extracts were infused with spices and other ingredients and taken as a drink. It was believed to be a great aphrodisiac. Spain mixed sugar into it and the sweetened form gained popularity among the Europeans.

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Melted Chocolate
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The term ‘chocolate’ originates from the word ‘chocolātl‘ its roots in the Aztec acculturation that spoke ‘Classical Nahuatl’. Then the gradual mix of cultures developed it into cho-co-late!

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Chocolat-yyy Romance!
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Chocolate has been an energy booster, an aphrodisiac and a breakfast preference for centuries. It has been a favourite morning drink, a ‘fighting food’ for US-armed forces on the front line for its energy boosting properties, an essential part of the royal and elite parties and more.

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Dark Chocolates!!
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Modern science has discovered many benefits of chocolate, but hey, it revolves around ‘dark chocolate’. The other forms, like, milk or white chocolate and the like do not share the same beneficial properties of dark chocolate. It is brimming with antioxidants, very nutritious (replete with fiber, magnesium, potassium and other important elements), improves blood flow and controls blood pressure, increases HDL (good cholesterol), lowers the risk of cardio vascular diseases, improves brain functions and also protects the skin against the sun!

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Tuxedo Cake with loads and loads of Chocolate!!
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Chocolate comes in all shapes and forms these days. Hot or cold drinks, cakes, shakes, icing, ice creams, bars, with added flavours and much more. It has become an integral part of our celebrations and precious moments.

Enjoy your bit of chocolate-y pleasures in the cafe or delicatessen in your city!! Call 076767 76767 for reservation via BYT.

Culinary Tour of Amritsar

Amritsar is one of the most vibrant cities of India, be it from the aspects of tradition, culture or food! The Golden City of India is undoubtedly a foodie’s haven! every nook and corner of the city is packed with some yummilicious Punjabi delicacy, be it a roadside little resto or a full-fledged restaurant!!

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Golden Temple in Amritsar
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There are quite a few ‘must have’ dishes in Amritsar because Punjabi cuisine is so varied and so tasty that there are hardly people who talk against it. Yes, one thing is that, you really cannot concentrate on calorie counts once you’re into the world of Punjabi cuisine! But for the love of food, once in a while, who cares, right??

It is not surprising that Amritsar comes up with new recipes, new concoctions everyday alongside their already established amazing traditional dishes. The Amritsari cuisine is a perfect blend of contemporary and conventional palates!!

The best 7 dishes have been enlisted here for you and some suggestions as to where to find them in Amritsar are there, as follows:

1. Tandoori (Chicken / Fish/ Gobi or Cauliflower florets)

Usually well marinated with sharp and gusty masalas and then cooked over slow heat in deep ‘chullahs’ or clay ovens, the result is always juicy, tender meat or vegetables with a deep flavour. Amritsar does not believe in adding the red colour but rather the colour comes naturally from the blend of spices. This dish is just amazing and goes very well with chilled drinks!

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Tandoori Chicken
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2. Fish Fry

One of the most popular food, sold in every second shop on the roads of Amritsar, is fish fry. Fat, fresh fillets of fish are well marinated for a considerable amount of time before being deep fried and served hot. The fish feels juicy, crispy, hot and tangy, all at the same time, in every bite.

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Fish Fry
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3. Amritsari Kulcha

Amritsari Kulcha is one of the most sought-after Punjbi dish that you must have while in Amritsar. It is usually a kind of stuffed parantha and has a sweet and salty taste that is served with chhole masala and a tamarind based chutney. The freshly fried paranthas are served with a dollop of menting butter! The taste is unparalleled by any other Indian breads!

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Amritsari Kulcha
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4. Lassi

Punjab is all about thick, creamy and fresh milk products. Lassi is one of the most common coolers that all Punjabis love. It is generally so heavy that it suffices for a meal in itself. Made with fresh yogurt, milk, jaggery, sugar and topped with cream, a glass full of Lassi is almost more than a tummy’s stretch! A variant made with kesar / saffron is highly recommended as well.

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Lassi
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5. Paneer Bhujri

The most enticing, delicious and fresh paneer bhurji is found in Amritsar. Paneer or Cottage Cheese is a rather regular item to be made into various delectable dishes like palak paneer, paneer butter masala and kadai paneer. But paneer bhujri is an amazing stir fry that is simply made with well blended spices and garnished with generous amounts of finely chopped coriander and chillies and, of course, benevolent spoonfulls of butter!

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Paneer Bhurji
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6. Halwa

There are different sorts of sweets found in Amritsar but halwa, specially ‘gajar ka halwa’ or carrot and kheer halwa is the most dominant. Halwa is a type of dish made with milk, thickened to a creamy consistency, sugar, jaggery, cashews, raisins and lots of grated carrots, all mixed and cooked with clarified ghee! It is actually an awesome dish and definitely beguiles a sweets-lover!

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Halwa
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7. Rabri & Phirni

These two are both incredibly tasty and awesome dishes that you just cannot do without, post your complete Punjabi meal! Rabri is a form of thickened milk, by bloining it over slow heat for hours and sweetened with portions of jaggery and sugar. Phirni is another type of rice pudding made with little grains of broken rice, little saffron and left to set in mud bowls. later they are covered in edible silver foils, garnished with pista and cashew nuts! Yummmmm…!

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Rabri
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