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THIS INDEPENDENCE DAY BECOME PATRIOT WITH THE FOOD SPECIALITIES

By Gurpreet Kaur . 15th August 2018 01:00pm
THIS INDEPENDENCE DAY BECOME PATRIOT WITH THE FOOD SPECIALITIES

Indian culture is as vast which no one can ever think of. There are so many communities and cultures on the nation, that one cannot even count, and what's interesting is that each community and culture has its own speciality in food. So this Independence Day, why not taste all the different food specialities from varied regions of the country. Here we get you some food specialities of different states which you should taste this Independence day. Modur Pulav This is a famous rice dish of Kashmir. It is sweet and saffron is the color of the dish. It is a perfect blend of spices, dry fruits, ghee and numerous fruits like apples, pomegrantes and pineapples. The taste of this dish can also be savoured with paneer masala and spicey Indian pickles. Modak Modak is Maharashtrian dessert which is filled with jaggery and coconut. It is served as prasad to Lord Ganesh during the main festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. It can either be fried or steamed, and majority of the people serve it hot in ghee. Murukku This is known as one of the best tea snack in Tamil Nadu and Kerala, and is made of rice flour and urad dal flour. This is a main part of South Indian cuisine, is delicious and mouth watering. It is even easy to make it. Murukku can be made in large quantity and enjoyed anytime the person feels like eating it. Narikol This is one of the most famous Assamese dishes which is made from coconut and is rolled into balls. This is specially seen a lot during the festival of Bihu. The dish can be preserved for a week when stored in air-tight container. Sarson Da Saag Makki Di Roti and Sarson Da Saag is the most famous dish of Punjab and Haryana which is only eaten during winters. This is a very popular combination of flat bread and gravy of mustard leaves. Saag is prepared along with other different spices. Having it with a glass of lassi is like feeling heaven on earth. Mysore Pak This is a South Indian dessert made with lots of ghee, sugar, fragrant cardamom, and gram flour. It was whipped in the roya kitchen of Mysore palace for the first time and till date is called the king of all sweets in South. Ghevar This is a Rajasthani cuisine which is the most drool worthy and mouth watering dish ever. Ghevar is a disc shaped cake made out of mawa, ghee and malai. Rosogulla This spongy sweet and apetizing dessert is a must have sweet dish in all the celebrations in all the celebrations of the East.