Different Foods

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Pav bhaji (Marathi: पाव भाजी) is a fast food dish that originated in Marathi cuisine. It is native to Maharashtra and is popular in most metropolitan areas in India, especially in those of central and western Indian states[1] such as Gujarat.[2] Pav in Marathi means a small loaf of bread. Bhaji in Marathi means vegetable dish. Pav bhaji consists of bhaji (a thick potato-based curry) garnished with coriander, chopped onion, and a dash of lemon and baked pav. The pav is usually buttered on all sides.

Dhokla or Dhokra is a vegetarian food item that originates from the Indian state of Gujarat. It is made with a fermented batter of gram flour (chickpeas).[1] Dhokla can be eaten for breakfast, as a main course, as a side dish or as a snack. It can usually be bought from a sweet shop.[2]

Dhokla or Dhokra is a vegetarian food item that originates from the Indian state of Gujarat. It is made with a fermented batter of gram flour (chickpeas).

ରସଗୋଲାrasagola ; Sanskrit: रसगोलकम् rasagolakam ; Bengali: রসগোল্লা rôshogolla; Urdu: رس گلہ rasgullā; Hindi: रसगुल्ला rasgullā; Punjabi: ਰਸਗੁੱਲਾ rasgullā) is a very popular cheese-based, syrupy sweet dish originally from the Indian state of Orissa.[1][2][3][4] It is popular throughout India and other parts of South Asia.[5] The dish is made from ball shaped dumplings of chhena (an Indian cottage cheese) and semolina dough, cooked in light syrup made of sugar.[4][6] This is done until the syrup permeates the dumplings

Sarson sa saag (Sarson ka saag, in Hindi, Urdu) is a popular curry in the Punjab region of India and Pakistan made from mustard leaves (sarson) and spices. It is regarded as the traditional way of making saag and is traditionally served with makki di roti, which literally means (unraised) corn bread.[1] It can be topped with either butter (unprocessed white or processed yellow butter) or more traditionally with ghee (clarified butter). Some spinach (called palak in Punjabi) can be added for added colour and...
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