You are not a meat lover if you haven’t tried this famous dish from Kashmir- ‘Rogan Josh’. This dish was introduced during the Mughal era and is the signature recipe of Kashmir. The dish is for all the meat and lamb lovers and is made up of onions, spices, and yoghurt and is a low-fat healthy dish. Foodies try it with rice and naan for the best Rogan-Josh experience.
This dish has saffron as the main ingredient which makes it more beautiful, tasty, and attractive. The saffron used in the pulav is grown in Kashmir only which makes the dish even more unique. Modhur Pulav is the Kashmiri Pulav or rice which is prepared using ghee, saffron, cinnamon, milk, sugar, cashew nuts, almonds, and green cardamom.
Dum Olav/ Dum Aaloo
All the veg lovers, Kashmir has got something for you as well. The famous potato cuisine famous in northern parts of the country has originated from Kashmir. Dum Olav or Dum Aaloo is prepared ginger powder, fennel, yoghurt, and other spices making the dish tastier. Chapatis and naans are the best bread which you can have with your Dum Aaloo.
All the mutton lovers we have got something for you as well. There are 30 varieties of mutton dishes that are prepared in Kashmir and out of those Aab Gosht is one of the best. The dish is either prepared in Kashmiri Style or Iranian style using Black pepper, cardamom as the main spices and milk.
Another vegetarian Kashmiri dish cooked almost every day in Kashmiri households is a cottage cheese cuisine prepared in creamy turmeric gravy which is a very popular vegetarian Kashmiri cuisine.
Kashmiri Muji Gaad
The Kashmiri dish is served in December during the festival like –‘Gaada Bata’. A dish prepared using fish with radish or nadur. The cuisine is a mixture of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian as the flavour of hot spices along with fish and lotus stem gives the dish a blend that makes it even tastier and aromatic.