Monday, September 13, 2010

Mouth Watering Dishes Of Indore

Indore is known for its wide variety of "Namkeens'' , gujrati & chineese food restaurants , bengali sweets.

Sweets :Moong ka Halua, Gajar ka Halua, Rabri Gulab Jamoon, Ras-Malai,RasGulla,All Bengali Sweets available at Sarafa & 56 Shops at Palasia.
Namkeen : Sev with all its varieties, Mixure , Dhania-Chivda, Dal Moth,Papdi, Gathiya, Khaman, Kachori-Samosa ,Petis, Garadu,Aalo Tikiya, Pani-Puri, Bhel-Puri,Saboodana Khijadi,Dahi Bada , Pakoda , Bhutte ka Kis.
'Sheetal Pey' : Shikanji (Milk Preparation+Dry Fruits), Lassi ,Cold Milk,Hot Boiled Milk with Malai & dry fruits+keshar, Jal-Jira,Nimboo Shikanji, Fruit Juice,Shakes, Icecream Soda, Santrola.

An interesting research on Indorians has attributed the large no.of heart disease, Hypertension patients to their food habits. The life in Indore starts early with chuskis of 'Chay' (tea) with 'garam garam poha & Jalebi' followed by delicious lunch which invariably includes popular 'besan preparations'. Later in the day one can easily find snacks like 'Khaman' , 'Kachori - aaloo kachori, dal kachori etc.' , 'samosa' , 'petis' , 'Baked Samosa' , 'Bhel puri' ,' Pani Puri', 'mathri' etc. Numerous Shops of Sweets have enjoyed nice business in Indore. Late nights another market comes alive at 11:00 PM in Sarafa (the heart of city) where one finds lot of delicacies to enjoy after a nice dinner like - 'Gajak','Bhutta kis', 'Gulab Jamoon' , 'garadu', 'Rabri', 'HOT BOILED MILK', 'aalo tikiya', 'Halua : - Gajar, Moong' , icecreams, 'shakes' etc. and finally tasty 'paan' to end your day.

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