Popular Kashmir’s Food You Must Taste
Kashmiri Pink Chai is a pink-colored hot beverage from Pakistan. It has a flavour that is rich, creamy, and sweet. To begin, a kehwa (tea foundation) is made with Kashmiri or Green Tea leaves as well as whole spices such as star anise, cinnamon, cloves, and green cardamon. The tea is then made by boiling the kehwa with milk and sugar.
Shab deg or Shab daig is a Turnip-based dish that can be made with lamb, beef, or chicken. Kashmir is where this dish is thought to have originated. In Urdu, “shab” signifies night and “daig” means cooking pot. During the night, this meal was allowed to simmer.
Rogan josh, also known as roghan josh or roghan ghosht, is a fragrant Kashmiri curried beef dish. It’s cooked using red meat—usually lamb, mutton, or goat—with alkanet flower and Kashmiri chilies to colour and flavour it. It is one of Kashmiri cuisine’s trademark dishes.
Khatte Baingan is a famous and delectable Brinjal dish that is offered all across the country. It’s a must-have for Biryani and a must-have for most Muslim weddings. Khatte Baingan’s recipe differs from area to region. Some recipes call for curds, but we use tomatoes and tamarind to make this meal. Khatte Baingan goes well with phulkas, rotis, and rice as a side dish.
Kashmiri Pulao is an aromatic rice dish with roasted nuts and warming spices that is gentle and somewhat sweet in flavour. You’ll adore this gluten-free and vegetarian meal whether you serve it as a side dish or a light lunch.
A potato-based curry dish known as Dum Aloo or Aloor Dum. “Dum” stands for “slow-cooked,” while “aloo” stands for “potato.” It’s a dish from the Kashmir Valley in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir’s traditional Kashmiri Pandit cuisine. Banarasi and Bengali versions are also available.