Dishes & Recipes from Uttarakhand
Baadi is made from Kwada ka Aata popularly known as Choon or Mandua flour which is black in color. Baadi is best eaten with Gahat ki dal or Phaanu. Hot Baadi and hot.
Kwada ka Aata - 1-2 cup
Water - as required
Ghee - 1-2 tbsp
Method Of Preparing It
Heat water in a pan till it boils.
Now mix Choon (kwada flour) in water and cook for 2 minutes.
Add ghee to it and serve hot.
Some of the other Pahari dishes are as follows:
- Aloo Daal Pakora (आलू दाल पकोड़ा)
- Aloo Tamatar Ka Jhol (आलू टमाटर का झोल)
- Arsa (अरसा)
- Baadi (बाड़ी)
- Bhaang ki Chatni (भांग की चटनी)
- Chainsoo (चैंसो)
- Gahat (Kulath) Soup (गहत कुलथ सूप)
- Gahat Kofta (गहत कोफ्ता)
- Gahat Ki daal (गहत की दाल)
- Green Chutney (हरी चटनी)
- Jhangore Ki Kheer (झंगोरे की खीर)
- Jholi (झोली)
- Kaapa (कापा)
- Kafuli (कफुली)
- Lesu (लेसू)
- Mandua Ki Roti (मंडुआ की रोटी)
- Mixed Bhaddu Daal (मिक्स भड्डू दाल)
- Palau (पलऊ)
- Pear And Mango Chutney (नाशपाती और आम की चटनी)
- Phaanu (फांडू)
- Roat (रोठ)
- Rus (रस)
- Sani Hui Mooli and Nimbu (सनी हुयी मूली और नींबू)
- Sisunak Saag (सिसुनाक साग)
- Stuffed Gahat Chappaties (भरी हुई गहत की रोटी)
- Thechwani (थिच्वेनी)
- Til Ki Chutney (तिल की चटनी)
- Urad Daal (उड़द की दाल)
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