If having that typical breakfast which is little oily but mouthwatering is your choice then Puri Bhaaji is a good option. This food is just yummylicious as there you can get the crispy puris with a gravy dish which comprises of potato and vegetables. Its chatpata flavors is what will make you crave more. This dish is great. So for the people who are planning to visit Manikaran then this dish is a must try.
Everybody loves trying Momos in hill station which is bliss. These small pockets like structures which has a filling of different varieties will be loved by you. They even serve a chilly flavored dip which is worth trying. So going to Manikaran will definitely be complete only if you have Momos there.
From the name only we can think about its tangy taste. . Khatta is indeed a very luxurious dish which is made using pumpkin which is cooked in a spicy and tangy madra gravy and dried raw mango powder or amchoor along with a variety of other spices. This is mouthwatering and you must try.
It is a popular dish or basically an authentic pulao of Himachal Pradesh that pahadi people cook in their very own style. What makes this dish unique is that it is cooked with Indian spices and comprises of lentils, potatoes and yoghurt along with onion, tomatoes, garlic, cinnamon and cardamom. It has a great taste that will make you want it again and again. For the best taste, Tudkiya Bath is served with mash dal and few drops of lime juice.
It is a great dish of Himachal Pradesh that is loved by the households of the Himachali people. Bhey is an appetizing dish which is prepared by using lotus stems. Thinly sliced lotus stems are then cooked in the ginger-garlic, onions and gram flour which gives one a unique and great taste to the dish.
Siddu is a local side- dish of Himachal Pradesh Made which is made using wheat flour and looks best when served with mutton or some vegetables. The preparation of Siddu is complicated and time-consuming, but for the taste that it provides the effort is all worth. The wheat flour is kept for 4-5 hours for the yeast to get settled. Later, the dough has a filling of fat and put on the direct flame to get the half-cooked dough. This partly cooked dough is then kept in steam to maintain the taste and nutrients of the ingredients intact. Siddu can easily be tasted in restaurants of Himachal Pradesh to give tourists the exact flavor.
These are some of the famous dishes which you must try in Manikaran.