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Punjabi recipes

Last Updated : Mar 10,2018

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If you want to have a meal that satiates your tummy, tickles your taste buds and stays in your memory for a long time, try Punjabi! Punjabi cuisine ranges from semi-spicy to spicy, and is almost always rich, with abundant use of ghee and butter.

Have a Punjabi Paratha and a tall glass of their creamy Lassi for breakfast and you will not feel hungry till lunch-time! From signature dishes like Sarson ka Saag and Makki Ki Roti, to homely treats like Aloo Paratha and Aloo Gobi, and lip-smacking delicacies like Paneer Tikka and Baingan Bharta, this section will introduce you to several ‘famous and favourite’ Punjabi treats.

Paneer Tikka are authentic Punjabi snacks that are prepared in the tandoor. A tikka is basically any vegetable, paneer or meat marinated in a highly flavourful seasoning and grilled to perfection.

Try Our Other Punjabi Recipes…
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78 Punjabi Sweets Recipes
Happy Cooking!

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Recipe# 16657
02 Aug 11

 by paam
No reviews
A hot evening snack relished during the monsoons or a cold winters day. Make it healthy by putting it in an electric tandoor instead of a frying pan.
Recipe# 16664
08 Aug 11

by jayshreez
No reviews
Hot yummy samosa filled with melting cheese. Perfect snack for a rainy day. Make it more crispy by adding more corn flour.
Recipe# 16409
29 Mar 06

 by Reena Agarwal
No reviews
Tasty and nutritious kebabes made with soya beans and other hot ingredients like chillies and condiments. A yummy snack and starter.
Recipe# 33886
16 Aug 11

 by setseeani
No reviews
Bajra parantha and green lahsun chutney are mostly eaten in winter season.
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