Amritsari dishes are known for their bold spices, rich and creamy textures, and an incomparable zing. Here are 7 must-try Amritsari dishes that you can devour on any given day.
We have shortlisted 5 Amritsari street food recipes you can try making at home with the same flavours and aroma. We hear you, already slurping! Let's get started with the list.
Although, chicken and mutton dishes are more popular in Punjab when it comes to non-vegetarian food, this Amritsari macchi is no less when it comes to Amritsari cuisine, specifically.
Amritsari fish recipe: DHABA restaurant in Delhi, which has been serving us authentic north-Indian food for years now, shared its special Amritsari fish recipe by their chef Ravi Saxena.
Amritsar is a foodie's dream come true, and here are our all-time favourite Amritsari recipes that we love making at home (a bit too often).
Lockdown Cooking: We brought to you a restaurant-style Amritsari tandoori chicken recipe from the kitchen of our favourite North Indian-special restaurant DHABA.
Amritsari Kulcha or the crisp stuffed bread oozing with butter is one of Punjabs best culinary gifts to the food world.
Amritsari Chhole recipe can easily be made at home with a few interesting ingredients.
Amritsari chole is a special kind of fiery delicacy made with boiled chole (white chickpea) tossed in a pool of rustic spices. This dish is indulgence overload.
In a city where everyone is a foodie and where everyone has strong opinions about their 'go to' eateries, the Amritsari kulcha provided the fodder for an animated discussion.