Punjabis are big food lovers who like a wide variety on their menu. They are full of life and their food also reflects this livelihood. Punjabi food is an important part of North Indian cuisine, which appeals to the taste of many people. People in this state usually go for spicy foods and use a lot of oil and ghee. There are no complex marinades or exotic sauces, but there is a great use of spice, with a generous addition of oil or ghee.
People of Punjab prefer rice to wheat; Although they sometimes have rice. In roti itself, you get such a wide variety that you are surprised about the versatility of Punjabi cuisine. Makki roti and stuffed parathas have wide popularity. Milk products are also commonly used by the Punjabis. Yogurt and buttermilk are important qualities of a Punjabi eater. Lassi, made from curd, is a popular Punjab drink, which quenches thirst satisfactorily in summer.
As per the food choices, inequality can easily be seen within Punjab. For instance, the people of Amritsar take products made with stuffed parathas and milk, while the people of Malwa prefer Bajra khichdi. One thing that is common throughout Punjab is the widespread use of onions, garlic, ginger and tomatoes as a common spices for these foods. People also use hot spices like cardamom, cinnamon, mace, and bay leaf regularly in preparation of their food. In addition, they usually garnish their meals with finely chopped coriander leaves and ginger Julians.
Punjabi cuisine is incomplete without the taste of its special desserts. One of the very tasty items on their menu is called Roh di Kheer, prepared by cooking rice in sugarcane juice for a long time. Also, there are more Punjabi desserts, such as Gajar Ka Halwa, Moong dal halwa, Besan Ke Laddu and many more...
Cooking Style in Punjab
There are many cooking styles in Punjab. In villages, people still use traditional infrastructure for cooking. In which Tandoori style of cooking is more popular. In India, tandoori cooking is traditionally associated with Punjabis.
This style of cooking became popular throughout India after the partition of 1947 when Punjabis were settled in different places of the country.
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