Uttarakhand Cuisine

Uttarakhand cuisines are basic and made from locally grown ingredients. The cuisines don’t have extensive spices and herbs. The two areas of Uttarakhand have different types of food, so the Garhwali and Kumaoni cuisines are a bit distinct.

Uttarakhand Food

Bhatt ki Churdkani
Bhatt ki Churdkani

Uttarakhand’s most popular dish is Bhatt ki Churdkani. And to feel its taste you must try it once whenever you visit Uttarakhand villages…

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Jholi (Curd Curry)
Jholi (Curd Curry)

Jholi not a very celebrated but very commonly everyday meal of every house in Uttarakhand. It is made up of Curd & is served with rice…

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Aloo Gutuk
Aloo Gutuk

Aloo Gutuk is the most profoundly served delicacies & famous food of Uttarakhand. Served with tea, Bhang ki chutney, Pooris, Raita etc…

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Gehet ki Dal
Gehet ki Dal

Gehet ki Dal is one of the most common and healthy dal in the state of Uttarakhand. This is a beautiful and tasty cuisine…

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Bhat Ke Dubke
Bhat Ke Dubke

One of the popular dish, on which local people swear by. It is prepared with different types of Dal and is best served with rice…

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Madua Ki Roti
Madua Ki Roti

Madua ki roti is a staple food in many parts of north india especially from kumaoni cuisine. This chapati served with local green vegetables…

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Palak ka Kaapa
Palak ka Kaapa

Palak Ka Kappa loaded with nutritional values, this Kaapa is easy to make yet very tasty. It goes well with Roti and Rice…

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Gaderi Ki Sabji
Gaderi Ki Sabji

Pahari Gaderi looks like arbi but it is different. It is one of the most famous food of Uttarakhand and best served with Chapati…

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Kumaoni Raita
Kumaoni Raita

Kumaoni Raita is an easy delicacy that goes well with your daily meals. This raita is made up using cucumber, mustard seeds, etc…

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Bhang ki Chutney
Bhang ki Chutney

Bhang is basically an edible form of Cannabis, originating in Indian Subcontinent, served with many delicacies of Uttarakhand…

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Uttarakhand Dessert

Bal Mithai
Bal Mithai

Bal Mithai is the most famous sweet of the Kumaon region. Bal Mithai is on the top list of Uttarakhand Desserts…

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Singori
Singori

Singori is a widely known sweet dish in Uttarakhand. Singori also called Singodi is made with khoya, and wrapped in Maalu leaf…

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Jhangore ki Kheer
Jhangore ki Kheer

This dessert is made with “Jhangora”, a type of millet grown in the state of Uttarakhand. It is basically prepared in milk…

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Roat
Roat

Roat is a sacred meal of state of Uttarakhand mainly prepared at the time of Pooja and marriage and this delicious is served as Prasad…

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Khajoor
Khajoor

Khajoor is served in cultural events and festivals. Khajoor is also prepared at the times of “Makar sankranti and holi” festivals…

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Gulgula
Gulgula

It is a sweet local snack made of jaggery traces its origin to the garhwal. This dish is highly popular among tourists and visitors…

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Gujia
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Gujia is one of the celebrated desserts of Uttarakhand specially prepared for the festival of Holi. A gujiya also called pedakiya…

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Arsa
Arsa

Arsa is the most popular sweet, specially prepared during wedding occasions in Uttarkhand and also presented at the time of visitings…

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Pahadi Halwa
Pahadi Halwa

Pahadi halwa is totally different from the others delicious halwa. The yogurt gives it a bit of tangy taste and the crust gives it a bite…

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Singhal
Singhal

Singhal is also one of the celebrated recipes in Uttarakhand. It is a deep fried snack very popular in that region of Uttarakhand…

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