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5 types of Royal Kashmiri food one must definitely try


Being any foodie of this world and especially if you are from India it is much obvious to be fascinated by different types of food. It’s like the religion about which we are particular and at the same time flexible to inculcate a variety of cuisines in ours and bring the best. If you want to enjoy ‘Paradise on Earth’ you need to visit Kashmir once in your lifetime. Kashmir is not only rich in the geographical scenario and natural beauty and culture but also it is enriched with royal heritage of mouth-watering food as well. If you want to have Kashmiri food served at your table you need not visit Kashmir but go through the food suggested here, try at restaurants and make them at home by browsing through the Youtube and get them at your fingertips.

Kashmiri dishes that you must indeed taste at least once 


  • Kaahwa

A stirring alternative to the regular Indian tea, it is one beverage no Kashmiri can live without. Lighter than its milk counterparts and sweeter too, this beautiful golden brown drink is made by boiling special Kashmiri green tea, saffron in water for just a few minutes, not longer, to get the perfect colour and taste. With a hint of cardamom and cinnamon and a helping of crudely ground almonds, this lovely tea is one Kashmiri Food you can very well enjoy at your home.


  • Roth- Kashmiri Food

Roth has a special place for itself in the traditional Kashmiri Food.  It is made on the auspicious time of Kashmiri New Year, even so as a ritual among the Kashmiri Pundit community. Roth is a sweet flatbread, prepared with flour, sugar and clarified butter or ghee.


  • Goshtaba

It is one Kashmiri Food you must not miss on your trip to the valleys. Often considered as a royal treat, it is indeed a dish with a royal taste. Made with minced meat and gravy of yoghurt and choicest of Kashmiri spices, it is in fact a kind of western meatballs, only with a desi tadka and a better taste. You can make it at home too with special dry fruits and a hint of cardamons.


  • Rogan Josh

Rogan Josh is one of the most famous Kashmiri dishes which is certainly a treat for the taste buds. However, it isn’t the kind of Kashmiri Food you will find any time, but only elaborate occasions call for its elaborate preparation. This Kashmiri cuisine that looks and tastes equally royal is made with lamb cooked with onions, garlic, cardamom and Kashmiri red chilli powder is concocted in oodles of aromatic ghee and love.


  • Tabak Maaz

Tabak Maaz is a very simple but utterly luscious dish which can be thought of as the Indian match for the British or American mutton chops. This Kashmiri Food is basically deep-fried chunks of mutton that are flavoured with salt and a generous helping of Kashmiri red chilli powder. Eaten as a side dish, this lovely rich Kashmiri dish has potential enough to become the main course and make you forget everything else.

There are many more delicious delicacies but first, try these out and without just drooling while reading orders them or make it and enjoy with pals in a royal way.

Text by: Adrita Roy, IBTN9

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