The snow-clad mountains, the lush green valleys, the freshness in the air, tranquillity in the environment, these are few things that describe Solang valley Himachal Pradesh at its best. And, there you go missing a big surprise that Himachal has got for its loyal travelers. The scrumptious food. From the road vendors to the authentic cafes and restaurants, the Himachali people will pour their hearts out in their dishes. So, on your next trip to this beautiful state do not miss out on some of the mouth-water dishes that they have to offer you.
Madra is originally a delicacy that belongs to the Solang valley Himachal Pradesh. The dish mainly consists of the soaked chickpeas chana or vegetables. Cooked well in the oil and various spices such as cloves, cinnamon, cardamoms, cumin, coriander powder, and turmeric powder enhance the taste of this dish. Madra is one of the dishes that represent the food culture of Himachal Pradesh. Every restaurant, every occasion, and the festival will have Madra offered to you with utmost love.
Dhaam is a complete food that along with a great taste promises a healthy dose of nutrients. The dish includes dal, rajma, rice, curd, boor ki Kadi and is very well complimented with gur jaggery. Dhaam is a plate full of delicious delicacies that are a must-serve on occasions and festivals. The distinctive feature about this dish is that it is prepared by special chefs known as ‘botis’. To grab the best taste of Dhaam you must visit Himachal during festivals.
Tudkiya Bhath is the authentic pulao of Himachal Pradesh that pahadi people cook in their own very style. What’s unique? The dish is not only cooked with Indian spices but an extra add up to the lentils, potatoes, and yogurt along with onion, tomatoes, garlic, cinnamon, cardamom provides this dish such a great taste that will make you want it again and again. For the best taste, Tudkiya Bath is complemented with mash dal and few drops of lime juice.