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It’s World Vegetarian Day! 10 Yummy Veg Dishes That Wouldn't Make You Miss Non-Veg

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HolidayIQ Travellers list 10 vegetarian dishes that are a must have.

It’s World Vegetarian Day! 10 Yummy Veg Dishes That Wouldn't Make You Miss Non-Veg:

  1. Uttar Pradesh
  2. Delhi
  3. Kerala
  4. Gujarat
  5. West Bengal
  6. Bangalore (Karnataka)
  7. Rajasthan
  8. Pune (Maharashtra)
  9. Mumbai (Maharashtra)
  10. Punjab

1. Kachori, Kaddu ki Sabzi With Mooli Salad - Uttar Pradesh


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Kachoris, though deep fried, are a delight. People from Rajasthan can testify to this universal truth. Popular in Madhya Pradresh and Uttar Pradesh, Kachori has three delicious variants in Rajasthan - Daal Kachori, Pyaz ki Kachori and Mawa ki Kachori. Kota is famous worldwide for its kachoris. HolidayIQ Traveller Sandeep says, "Very Good destination as it provides overall look of the Mall culture.An educational hub and full of Historic places. Kachories are World Famous. You will not find Kachori of Kota anywhere else. If you come to Kota then  go to have Daal Kachori of Ratan Namkeen, Near Naya Pura ( Kota Bus Stand)."

2. Bhalla Papdi Chaat In The Summer And Aloo Tikki In Winter - Delhi


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HolidayIQ Traveller Rachit Kuchha says, “If you are a foodie and visiting Delhi, Chandni Chowk is a must. For vegetarians, mouth-watering parathas, dahi bhalla and chaats are a must-try.” HolidayIQ Traveller Bharti Gupta says, “The Natraj chaat and dahi bhalle is a must! Everyone must try the dahi bhalla here atleast once in their life.”

3. Ulli Theeyal - Kerala


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HolidayIQ Traveller Varun from Chandigarh shares, “Yummy food and a special thanks to the chef who made ulli theeyal for us, during our buffet dinner, since there was no good combination for Kerala parota for vegetarians.”

4. Undhiyo Poori - Gujarat


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This Gujarati vegetable curry is wholesome and very healthy. Made with a mélange of winter veggies like brinjals, surti papdi, potatoes, coconut, bananas and methi, this dish is traditionally served in earthen pots. HolidayIQ Traveller Pravin Ghule shares, “Food may not be liked by people staying outside Gujarat. But should taste Dhokla, Khaman, Khichu, undhiyu, locho, Phafda, Tepla.” HolidayIQ Traveller Rashesh says, “Ahmedabad is a pretty cool city with great food and people. From undhiya to dal dhokli and patra to basundi, Gujaratis have something to satisfy everyone's taste buds. Have ragda pattice and papdi chaat at Manek Chowk in the evenings.”

5. Loochi Aur Cholar Daal - Bengal


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No Bengali breakfast is complete without luchis with alur torkari. Alur torkari is a potato curry which is usually spicy. HolidayIQ Traveller Indranil Sen suggests Luchi and ghugni for breakfast.

6. Onion Rava Dosa - Bangalore


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HolidayIQ Traveller Mayank Mahajan says, “Go to the old Indian market Gandhi bazaar for traditional shopping. In Gandhi bazaar, there is also a famous Big Bull Temple which is centuries old. Do not miss to try South Indian food at Vidyarthi Bhavan. It is part of Bangalore folklore.”HolidayIQ Traveller Ujjawal Kumar says, “Near Lalbagh Botanical Garden there is a MTR restaurant, which is heritage hotel. Good South Indian food but you need to wait in queue, which is worth it.”

7. Daal Baati - Rajasthan


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“If you want to try best dal bati, which is called to be the Rajasthani delicacy, then Santosh Bojanalya near the railway station is the place,” says HolidayIQ Traveller Girish.

8. Misal Pav - Pune


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A daal dish and a dosa may be familiar to most, but few non-Indians will know misal pav, a delicious Maharashtrian dish most often had for breakfast, involving a spicy, sprouted bean curry and some heavily buttered pav. Delicious! HolidayIQ Traveller Kaberi Das says, “Misal pav is a must try when in Mumbai. The thought of it leaves me drooling.”

9. Pav Bhaji


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“I found Bhagat's Pav Bhaji on Gondal Road. This famous restaurant serves pav bhaji and pulav and is crowded in the evenings. It has outdoor seating and has quick and efficient service” says HolidayIQ Traveller Giridhar Pai.

10. Makki Roti & Sarson Ka Saag - Punjab


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HolidayIQ Traveller Nikhil Nitr shares, “The Punjabi food is extremely delicious whether it be the sarso ka saag or makki di roti or kaju curry and tandoori roti. All are yummy.”

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