Cuisine of Uttar Pradesh

Cuisine of Uttar Pradesh is from the state of Uttar Pradesh(UP) located in Northern India. The Cuisine of UP has a large variety of dishes. The cuisine consists of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes of different varieties. Being a large state, the cuisine of UP share lot of dishes and recipes with the neighboring states of Delhi, Uttarakhand, Haryana and[1] Apart from native cuisine, Mughlai and Awadhi are two famous sub types of cuisine of the state.

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Bread[edit]

As wheat is the staple food of the state, breads are very significant. Breads are generally flat breads; only a few varieties are raised breads. The breads may be made of different types of flour and can be made in various ways. Popular breads include tandoori naan (naan baked in a tandoor), tandoori roti, kulcha, taftan, sheermal, Rumali Roti,
Paratha, millet (millet flour flatbread), and lachha paratha.

Common dishes[edit]

A staple meal from UP, consisting of sabji, daal and rotis with mango pickle.
Kachori sabji is a popular breakfast in Uttar Pradesh.
Shahi Paneer and bread.
Papdi-chaat has its roots in Uttar Pradesh.

Traditional desserts[edit]

Imarti, made from lentil dough.
Pedas from Mathura Vrindavan.
Kaju Katli

Common beverages[edit]

A stall selling Thandai, a popular milk-based cold drink from UP.

Other drinks include:

Gallery[edit]

  • Veg Kofta curry and rice

  • Kadhi Chawal

  • Uttar Pradeshi thali with naan, dal, raita, and shahi paneer.

  • Aloo puri is a popular breakfast

  • Malaiyo, a dessert made from milk cream, a specialty of Varanasi.

  • Khasta Kachori is a popular snack

  • The samosa is a popular snack from Uttar Pradesh.

  • Lucknowi Chicken Biryani

  • Lucknow is known for its galawati kebab

  • Paan (betel leaves) being served with silver foil at Sarnath near Varanasi.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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