The spice of North-India, the fragrance of hunger
Everybody is more or less knowledgeable about North Indian food and its making procedure. It is a great delicacy recipe made with a lot of ghee, butter and spices. Just as there is always something simple in South Indian food but in North Indian food, it contains a sense of royalty, richness. In fact, the taste of royal India is mixed in the soil of Northern India. Moreover, northern people are so efficient at making those dishes. Have you ever tasted those terms? If not, be sure to check it out.
Kashmiri Rogan Josh
Kashmiri Rogan Josh always has the king's crown among the North Indian dishes. It can be made mainly from the meat of hill sheep or goats and within this recipe, Kashmiri Mirch Powder is mandatory. Also, Fennel Seeds, Ginger-Garlic paste, Cardamom Powder, Pure Ghee and some more spices are added to this. After the whole ingredients are ready, It takes at least 50 minutes to cook.
This specific name is so famous as one of the most important vegetarian foods in North India. After cooking Dal with ghee, it is mainly served at lunch in northern India with wheat balls and wheat ball powder. It can be made in a very short time and with very few materials without any hassle. Apart from Rajasthan, it also has popularity in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.
Delhi Ki Chaat
This is basically popular and delicious street food. Chat Puri, Tamarind's Chutney, Tomato, Garnish, Bhujiya, are needed to make this mouth watery food. When you walk the streets of Delhi, of course, the taste of Chaat should be taken. Also, you can easily make this chat in your home in fifteen minutes by collecting the materials.
Awadhi Mutton Biryani
Awadhi Biryani is well known in Lucknow including all over North India. The first thing to do here is to roast and grind all the spices and marinate with Mutton in a Handi made by clay, for a few moments before making biryani. When the biryani is finally prepared, it smells as if someone has made the best food in the world by some divine power. This biryani can be made in one hour and fifteen minutes after collecting all the ingredients.