|| Uttaranchal Holiday Ideas
Where to Go : Cities of Himachal Pradesh
Famous Delicacies : Kulath, Mangodi and Bhatt
Types of Cuisines : Pahari, Kumaon and Garhwali
Blend of : Ghee and Spices
Traditionally Cooked Food in Uttaranchal
|Best Dishes :||Singal, Gahat ki Dal, Rus, Aloo ke Gutke.|
|Non Veg Dish :||Chicken Korma.|
|Veg Dishes :||Kandalee ka Saag, Kaafli, Arsa, Gulgula and Kulath Phanu.|
|Festive Delicacies :||Kesar Halwa During Basant Panchami Festival in January, Sei During the Phool Dei Festival.|
|Sweet Dishes :||Kesar Halwa, Jhangora Ki Kheer, Arsa.|
|Interesting Fact :||In Uttaranchal Hash Seeds, Locally Known as Bhanga Are Used as Spices.|
|Must Try :||Bhatt (a Variety of Soya Bean) and Rust Brown Gahat Also Called Kulath Most Famous Dish of Uttaranchal.|
|Where to Eat :||Dehradun
Kumars for Indian, Chinese and Continental, Udupi for South Indian.
Mussoorie Four Seasons for Chinese and Italian, Green in Kulri Bazar for Traditional Vegetarian.
Nainital Moti Mahal for Punjabi, Embassy Restaurant for Indian, Chinese, Continental.
|Inside Tip :||Uttaranchal Food is Very Nutritious and is Cooked in the Traditional Way, Using Charcoal or Wood Fire. Do not Miss it.|
The yummy and mouthwatering cuisine of Uttaranchal highlights the culture and the climatic effects on the eating habits of the people. With the Uttaranchal cuisine tours you will get to enjoy the famous dishes of Uttaranchal that includes famous vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes as well as festive cuisine that one can enjoy during the festivals of Uttaranchal. Uttaranchal food is popular among the tourists as the Uttaranchal cuisine differs in taste from one region to other. Enjoy the traditional Uttaranchal cuisine, in the famous restaurants and hotels of Uttaranchal and know about how to cook the famous Uttaranchal delicacies.
All the tourists are invited to take up cuisine tours of Uttaranchal that promotes a variety of dishes that will win your heart. Having highly nutritious food, which are simple to make and delicious to eat. The cuisine of Uttaranchal are so appealing that makes it the must visit destination in India. Belonging mostly to the Pahari, Garhwal and Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. The food is extremely nutritious to suit the high energy requirements of the hilly and cold region. It is cooked traditionally with love and affection over charcoal or wood fire.
Uttaranchal food is highly influenced by the
topographical and lifestyle of the people. The culture of the people can
be found extravagantly in their festive food, that will further the
Uttaranchal charm in your holidays. People of Uttaranchal are fond of both
vegetarian a well as non vegetarian. The characteristic feature of
Uttaranchal food lies the sparing use of milk and milk products. This is
due to the fact that in Uttaranchal the hilly cows do not yield good
quantity of milk.
Rice is the staple food of the people, but the favorites are the lentils. The most famous dish in Uttaranchal is bhatt (a variety of soya bean) and the rust brown gahat also called kulath. Among other lentils delight are large dried balls of urad dal, called badis and their smaller version prepared from moong dal called mangodi. These delights are consumed mostly during the winter seasons.
One of the common culinary delight of Uttaranchal comprise Munduva (Buck wheat), which is a coarse grain with high fibre content. The use of tomato in Uttaranchal cuisine is minimal and food is essentially cooked in mustard oil or pure ghee. Very interestingly, Hash seeds, locally known as Bhanga are used as spices.
Some of the main items on the menu list in Uttaranchal cuisine are Singal, Gahat ki Dal, Rus, Aloo ke Gutke, Kumaoni Raita, Jhangora Ki Kheer, Sani hui Muli and Nimbu, Singodi, Bal Mithai, Kandalee ka Saag, Kaafli, Arsa, Gulgula and Kulath Phanu.
Girls Enjoying Festive Food in Uttaranchal
The best time to enjoy the best of Uttaranchal cuisine is during the festivals. Take up festive cuisine tours of Uttaranchal to savor Kesar Halwa during the Basant Panchami festival in late January or early February and Sei during the Phool Dei festival.
What makes the food of Uttaranchal more tasty is the way
the people of the state present it and the sincere hospitality with which
they treat their guests. Crossing by the small trails in the mountains, do
not be surprised to find very small tea shops that are brightened by the
faces of the smiling Uttaranchal people.
Coupled with love and the brilliance of Uttaranchal landscape is the cuisine of Uttaranchal. Take up cuisine tours of Uttaranchal and add the extra flavour to your holiday.
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