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The Food Trail of Punjab -  A Pictorial Tribute to World's Finest Cuisine
The Food Trail of Punjab - A Pictorial Tribute to World's Finest Cuisine

The Food Trail of Punjab - A Pictorial Tribute to World's Finest Cuisine

by Yashbir Sharma

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English

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Nas Publication

ISBN

9788187330394 - Year: 2010 - Pages: 169

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Hardcover

Yashbir Sharma
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Author: Yashbir Sharma
Publisher: Nas Publication
Year: 2010
Language: English
Pages: 169
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788187330394

Description

I have toured the length the breadth of Punjab and found people amazingly simple in their eating habits. Yet, they do not compromise on food. . It is wholesome, nutritious and delicious to the hilt, with no frills attached. It is more pronounced in Amritsar, where eating food is gastronomic nirvana. They live to eat!

The Golden temple, the fulcrum of all the activities in and around Amritsar, has withstood invasions, political upheavals and many other minor catastrophes. It remains as enduring and dazzling. Harmindar Sahib looks like a tiny island surrounded by a pool of nectar.

Show me a place on earth where a lakh of pilgrims from all walks of life, satiate their hunger in an orderly manner. Tourist from all over the world must make a beeline to see and admire one of India's greatest temples.

In Patiala, walk a couple of hundred yards and you will confront a historic building of repute! The whole town smacks of historic buildings. Right from Qila Mubarak to Sheesh Mahal, it is a sight to behold. Patiala's fashion women in all its regal splendour and grace. It has been revived by a resplendent Kareena Kapoor in “Jab We Met”.

I always used to wonder how Maharajas lived in their abode. Now you can live like one in Neermana which used to house the Maharaja of Patiala. You can enjoy enjoy the royal comforts for a mere three thousand rupees!

Ludhiana's rapid industrial rise given it a sobriquet of Manchester of India. Tucked away in the end like a bonus is the recipe of cream chicken by the owner of world famous Chawla Chicken of Ludhiana.

To cap it all, there are recipes of Sarson Da Saag, Butter Chicken and Amritsari Fish being given by dhaba owners after keeping it under wrap for so many years. It is a treasure trove for the readers. And who can forget the two institutions, Luck and Lovely from Jalandhar.

This is a travelogue on Punjab. It is made possible due to the help extended to me by the Punjab Heritage and Tourism Promotion Board.

Contents

1. Kadha
2. Motichoor De Laddoo
3. Paneer Bhurji
4. Amritsar Da Magaz
5. Chicken Chaat
6. Tomato Fish
7. Palak Chicken
8. Chicken Soup
9. Dal Makhani
10. Baigan Da Bharta
11. Phirni
12. Amritsari Fish
13. Kadahi Chicken
14. Methi Chicken
15. Sarson Da Saag
16. Makki Di Roti
17. Khoya Mattar Paneer
18. Raju Da Mutton
19. Keema Naan
20. Amritsar Da Mutton
21. Kabuli Channa
22. Papad Di Subzi
23. Tandoori Mutton
24. Gajar Da Murabba
25. Chocolate Burfi
26. Shahi Tukra
27. Chawal Di Kheer
28. Aloo Wadiyan
29. Khadhai Paneer
30. Jafrani Paneer Tikka
31. Machhli Tikka Sarson Wali
32. Chicken Tikka
33. Fish Malai Tikka
34. Nilgiri Fish Korma
35. Mushroom Matar Masala
36. Methi Aloo
37. Tomato Soup
38. Punjabi Karhi
39. Dahi Bhalla
40. Chilly Chicken
41. Lemon Chicken
42. Garlic Chicken
43. Chicken Fried Rice
44. Mix Veg in Hot Garlic Sauce
45. Punjabi – Chinni Ishtyle Chicken
46. Dal Soup
47. Murg Makhani
48. Kalimirch Chicken
49. Cream Karela
50. Vegetable Kofta
51. Palak Paneer
52. Golden Paneer
53. Rajmah
54. Chholiya
55. Mutton Keema

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