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Cuisine( Uttarakhand )

best Cuisine in Uttarakhand

  Taste the magic of Uttarakhand recipes. The traditional cuisine of Uttarakhand is highly nutritious, simple to prepare and at the same time appealing to the palate. Uttarakhand is famous not only for its tourist places and pilgrims but also for its values and culture. The culture and tradition of the state can be seen in its songs, dance and also in its delicious dishes. These dishes and recipes along with richness in its taste are highly nutritious. The recipes to these dishes are simple too to prepare.

Almoratraditional food in uttarakhand

  Several of recipes are special to specific occasions or festivals. To mark the welcome of a guest or relative, Keshar ka Halwa, Jhangora ki Kheer, Arsa, Puri and Shingals (Shyali) are generally served with Aloo ke Gutke. The presence of Jakhya, Singal, Gahat ki Dal adds up to the taste.

Haridwar

  Snuggled in the foot hills of the majestic Himalayas, Kumaon and Garhwal are two distinct constituent regions. Both have their own distinctive traditions, festivals and culture. The people are brave, hard working and honest. And their Cuisine is high on taste and nutrition. The food habits of the people change according to the changing seasons. So, if in winters Mathir and Til Laddus or Madua Rotis are preferred, in summers, Dubkas with Chholia Rotis are savoured.

Kausani

  Snuggled in the foot hills of the majestic Himalayas, Kumaon and Garhwal are two distinct constituent regions. Both have their own distinctive traditions, festivals and culture. The people are brave, hard working and honest. And their Cuisine is high on taste and nutrition. The food habits of the people change according to the changing seasons. So, if in winters Mathir and Til Laddus or Madua Rotis are preferred, in summers, Dubkas with Chholia Rotis are savoured.