September 7, 2015

Oye Punjabi !! With Sarson da Saag and Makki di Roti

For the 2nd week of BM Buffet, We start on indian States. Indian cuisine has such versatility that to choose a single dish from a state is such a humungous task. Although some disheshave shared recipes with their neighbours, there are classic dishes which depict the heart of that state.

Today, we have a classic combo from the heart of Punjab – Makki di Roti and Sarson Ka Saag. Although we see this being made exclusively in the winters, I had the opportunity to learn it last year and we all loved it..

Punjab known for its lavish meals, the winter season gives it a real reason to indulge in farm fresh veggies. I particularly recall the movie Dilwale Dulhania Le Jaayenge (Aka DDLJ) where the entire Punjabi hinterland comes alive in its culture,eating habits and gregarious hospitalityJ

So lets check out this combo from Punjab state. 

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15 comments:

  1. balle balle!!! the combo is superr!! love the makki roti and sarson ka saag!!

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  2. one of my favorite combos..looks amazing !

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  3. Lovely choice from Punjab, i never taster sarson da saag, though i want to make some at home, wish i get a plate of this lipsmacking combo.

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  4. I intended to do this combo for Indian states and when I realized it is a COMBO, I posted it under combo theme.. :)

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  5. Winter is coming.. perfect recipe to start this week..

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  6. Our favorite combo.Very Nice choice Kalyani .

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  7. Never tasted this before.. It looks delicious and bookmarked this.

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  8. A delicious combination looks so tempting

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  9. Feeling hungry looking at that super tempting combo.

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  10. A classic combo indeed! It's been on my to-do list forever now.

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  11. I love this combo, though I have made it only once..lol on Usha's comment!

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  12. Such a classic and traditional Punjabi meal. Looks amazing.

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  13. Never had the opportunity to taste this dish but looks absolutely inviting..

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  14. That sure is one classic combo. i haven't yet plunged into the mustard greens world. :)

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  15. A classic combo perfect for the rainy weather we r having here

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Kalyani

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