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7 Punjabi Dishes that Will Remind you of Your Mom's Cooking!

7 Punjabi Dishes that will Make you miss mom's Kitchen, less delhitown.in

Punjabi food is synonymous with mustard oil, fresh butter, an extended family enjoying hearty and sumptuous meal. A cuisine to suit every palate, Punjabi food reminds us of home and good times. Here is a tease to make you miss mom's cooking! 



7 Punjabi Dishes that Will Remind you of Your Mom's Cooking!:

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1. Sarson Ka Saag with Makki di roti

Sarson Ka Saag with Makki di rotisource: www.rasoiartofcooking.com

A combination every Punjabi food lover will recognise and drool over. Spinach and mustard leaves amalgamate to produce a heavenly sauce, an earthy flavor from a rural "choola", or cooking oven, sarson ka saag is the flavor of Punjab.  Best accompanied with this dish is the makki di roti, made from maize flour cooked over an earthen grill and off course, oodles of butter.  

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2. Yummy Butter Chicken

Yummy Butter Chickensource: www.whatsuplife.in

Juicy pieces of chicken done half over the tandoor and half in a creamy gravy with authentic spices and finished off with large cubes of butter! The butter chicken instantly takes you to a Punjabi's kitchen where chicken and butter are truly celebrated.

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3. Lassi on the rocks

Lassi on the rockssource: Hindustan Times

Thick yogurt mixed with flavors from the hinterland. A thick glass of lassi is had after breakfast or lunch, well, if your Punjabi, anytime is good! The drink is traditionally served in tall steel glasses.

4. Chhole Bhature

Chhole Bhaturesource: www.mapsofindia.com

Large dough pancakes deep fried in oil till the puff up served with a chickpea masala preparation. The chhole bature is synonymous with Punjabi cuisine and is eaten for breakfast or a snack.

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5. Dal Makhani

Dal Makhanisource: www.chefatlarge.in

Whether a roadside dhaba or a 5 star chiq restaurant, Dal Makhani is one Punjabi dish thaat has been embraced across all cultural, social and economic divisions. Slow cooked pulses, mainly uradh, dollops of butter and a lovely fenugreek touch this dal is a party to your palate!

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6. Machchli Amritsari

Machchli Amritsarisource: www.takeeateasy.co.uk

Coated with homemade batter, fried to golden perfection, finished with a sprinkle of home ground spices and a lemony zest at the end, Macchli Amristsari is a treat for the ardent fish lover.

7. Everyone's favorite, Tandoori Chicken

Everyone's favorite, Tandoori Chickensource: mayakitchenette.com

If you are a non vegetarian you have probably had this exciting dish. Chicken marinated with a selection of spices and yogurt cooked in the tandoor served with a spicy mint chutney. This flavorful chicken preparation is particularly popular when had as a side dish at a party with alcohol present.

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