If you’re planning a trip to Amritsar, you’re in for a treat – the city is renowned for its delicious food! Here are some of the must-eat delicacies in Amritsar and where to find them:
Amritsari kulcha is a type of unleavened flatbread that originates from Amritsar in the Punjab region of India. A declicious Kulcha you can make with dough of maida flour, baking soda, salt, and ghee or butter. You can make it with a spiced mixture of mashed potatoes, onions, and paneer. The kulcha is then deep-fried or baked in a tandoor.
Amritsari kulcha is popular street food in India and is often served with a dollop of butter or yoghurt and a drizzle of lime juice. It can also be had for breakfast with chole (chickpeas) or aloo (potatoes) masala.
Sarson da saag and makke ki roti
Sarson da saag and makke ki roti is a traditional Punjabi dish popular in North India. You can make it with mustard greens and corn meal flatbread. The dish is usually couple with butter or ghee and is a popular winter dish.
Keema Kulcha is a delicious Indian dish with ground meat and spices. It is often best with naan bread and is popular for lunch and dinner. The dish is hearty and filling, and the spices give it a lovely flavour that will please everyone at the table.
Paya is a traditional delicacies in Amritsar region of India. You can make it with variety of meats and vegetables and is often with naan bread. Paya is a hearty dish that is perfect for a winter meal.
Tandoori chicken and chicken tikka
Tandoori chicken and chicken tikka are two of the most popular dishes in India. The Tandoori chicken is chicken marinating in yoghurt and spices and then cooked in a tandoor or clay oven. Chicken tikka is chicken that has been marinating in yoghurt and spices and then grilled. Both dishes are very flavorful and are often best with rice and naan bread.
In conclusion, Like in most Punjabi families, breakfast-plate offerings vary daily. Sajj Teasari Kulcha is a thin, round khichdi made of lentils and rice. It’s traditionally served with melted ghee, shakar (preserved lemon), and Sarson da saag (mustard greens). Other breakfast plates include:
- Kadhai ki roti (a thick, round bread made with chickpea flour).
- Aloo parantha (a puffy fried bread).
- Makke ki roti (a puffy, savoury bread).