15 most north indian cooked recipe

 In comparison to other cuisines of India, North Indian food is richer, where a number of preparations are made in pure desi ghee or doused in fresh cream. (The world-famous Butter Chicken being the perfect case in point). Some of the dishes take long hours to prepare as they involve meticulous steps, but once you take a bite, you know you are in for a gastronomic joyride. And the best part? You also have simple, comfort food such as Dal Tadka and Rajma-Chawal that hold a favourite spot in most people’s hearts.

And then with every changing season as new local produce hit the markets, one can indulge in dishes such as makki ki roti with sarson ka saag, cholai ka saag, kanji made from black carrots, arbi ki sabji, gajar ka halwa, and others. It is not without reason when people say that the North Indians take their food seriously. Every nook and corner here has many delightful treats to offer.Here is 15 most north indian cooked recipe.

1.Chole Bhature:

Mouth-watering meal straight from the Punjabi kitchen – garma garam bhature with chickpeas cooked in assorted spices. What’s better than that?

2.Chicken Dum Biryani: 

Flavourful biryani with chicken cooked in assorted spices and garnished with sliced green chillies and ginger juliennes.



3.Nihari Gosht:

Delicious meat cooked on low heat for several hours and drizzled with a few drops of rose water as a final touch.Nihari is a traditional dish of Muslims of Delhi, Bhopal and Lucknow.

4.Butter Chicken:

Enjoy this creamy chicken dish, marinated overnight and then cooked to perfection. Butter chicken will never leave you unsatisfied.Butter chicken or murgh makhani is an Indian dish of chicken in a mildly spiced curry sauce. It is served in India and abroad. The dish has its roots in Punjabi cuisine and was developed by the Moti Mahal restaurant in Daryaganj Delhi, India.


5.Dahi Bhalla:

Try your hand at making delicious bhallas topped with sweet curd, sour and tangy chutneys and chaat masala.Dahi Vada is a popular snack in India. It is prepared by soaking vadas in thick dahi.

6.Almond Malai Kulfi:

It is happiness served in a matki! Cooked with dry fruits, condensed milk and saffron, kulfi  is a must try.

7.Rogan Josh:

Rogan josh is an aromatic lamb dish of Persian origin, which is one of the signature recipes of Kashmiri cuisine. The name may sound fiery but as the proverb says, its bark is worse than its bite!

8.Hara bhara Kabab:

The crispy hara bhara kabab is a vegetarian kabab is full of aromatic spices, made from spinach, green peas and potatoes it is nutritious snack, great with any chutney or sauce.

10.Dal Makhani:

Masoor Dal Makhani is a dish from Punjab. Lentils are a very essential food group rich in proteins and fiber. Traditionally this recipe is made from masoor dal. The dals are cooked for hours until they get a creamy texture.

11.Tandoori Chicken:

A popular Indian dish consisting of chicken marinated in a mixture of yoghurt and spices traditionally cooked in high temperatures in a tandoor (clay oven) and also can be prepared on a traditional barbecue grill.

12.Murgh Makhani Indian Butter Chicken:

Butter Chicken is among the best known Indian foods all over the world. Its gravy can be made as hot or mild as you like so it suits most palates. Also commonly known as Murg Makhani, Butter Chicken tastes great with Kaali Daal (black lentils), Naans and a green salad.

13.Dahi Kabab:

The kabab is created with a mixture made from boiled potatoes, spices and greens like spinach. This kebab mix is then filled with a curd and badam stuffing and then deep fried till golden brown. A delicious healthy and protein rich snack item to be served with green chutneys.

14.Paneer Makhani Butter Masala:

Paneer Makhani as the name suggests is a very rich subzi from the lap of the punjab. one of punjabi cuisines most loved ingredients butter. In traditional punjabi houses, the women folk make pure white butter from thick creamy milk. Soft paneer chunks are dunked into a rich tomato based gravy a must try for all paneer lovers!


 Rasmalai or Roshmalai (Bengal sweet dessert originating in India) is often served after a meal. The name Ras Malai comes from two parts in Hindi: “Ras” meaning “juice/juicy” and “Malai”, meaning “cream”. Ras Malai consists of sugary white, cream or yellow coloured balls (or flattened balls) of paneer soaked in malai (clotted cream) flavoured with cardamom.


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