Uttar Pradesh also known as "The Heartland of India", is home to a variety of street food options, from tasty samosa chaat to the exotically flavoured kebabs and biryanis. The Awadhi, Mughlai, and Kumauni cuisines of Uttar Pradesh are popular throughout India. This state's food whether it is veg or non-veg is renowned for its great flavour and rich taste. If you are planning to travel to this place, here are some of the traditional dishes you must try:
[photo1]Tehri is a popular vegetable pulao inspired by Awadhi cuisine. This is a very rich dish in terms of flavour and texture. It is cooked with a
lot of vegetables and spices making it rich with aroma and taste. It is served with curd, raita and green chutney.
2. Galouti Kebab
[photo2]Image Courtesy: Zomato In the city of Nawabs, it is one of the most popular dishes. Spices are added to the meat mince, which is then roasted on a tava. The spices have a captivating flavour and scent. This dish's unique feature is that it will melt in your mouth. It is usually served with khameeri roti, onions and coriander chutney.
3. Batti Chokha
A post shared by Pooja Foodbia (@pooja_foodbia)Another popular dish that you can try is the Batti Chokha. This dish includes a round wheat baati and a chokha prepared of mashed potatoes, brinjal, and tomatoes make. The Baati has a unique flavour and aroma due to being baked in mud ovens. It is served with green chutney, desi ghee, and chaat masala. Don't miss: 5 Must Try Traditional Dishes From Madhya Pradesh
4. Murgh Musallam
A post shared by Asiyah Roghay (@asiyahroghay)Murgh musallam means 'whole chicken'. The dish was popular among the royal families of Awadh. This dish is made with a whole chicken that has been stuffed with eggs and made with lots of spices and cooked slowly in a thick sauce.
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[photo3]Malpua is a very famous and popular sweet dish that is served during festivals along with other sweets. It is a deep-fried pancake that is soaked in cardamom-flavoured sugar syrup. It is garnished with dry fruits or eaten with Rabri on top.
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