Haryana means the abode of god in Sanskrit. This state in North India shares its border with India's capital Delhi, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttarkhand states. The state shares its capital Chandigarh with Punjab.
The cuisine of Haryana is usually simple in preparation. The Harayanavis cook a variety of rotis from various flours like bajra, gochini atta, wheat, corn and millet gram. Also moong and bajra kichari with ghee is popular in rural areas. Earlier bajra and bejhar flours used to be the main ingredient in rotis and pooris. However now the usage of these flours has decreased and wheat flour is used more. The Haryanvis are predominantly vegetarian and consume lot of fresh vegetables, milk and curds. Also ghee forms a part of the daily food.
They enjoy kachri ki sabzi, singri ki sabzi, bathua ka raita, kadhi pakora, aloo tikkis, tomato chutney, besan masala roti with butter, bajra aloo roti with butter, bhura roti with ghee, mixed dal made of different pulses cooked on low heat, hara dhania cholia. Among desserts, the popular ones are kheeer, sherbat, rabri, gajar ka halwa, malpua, mitte chawal, while sherbet, lassi, chaas are relished among beverages. (Info source:Google)
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