Trip To Madhya Pradesh: Famous Dishes From The State
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India is full of cultures and traditions and its beauty lies in diversity. At every 50 to 100 km, the language, and the food change, and food is something that Indians live for. Isn’t it? Different regions in India serve lip-smacking dishes. One such region is Madhya Pradesh which has some dishes that are absolutely finger-licking. The state is located in central India and Bhopal is its capital. Let us see some famous delicacies from the state that you should try at least once.

Dal Bafla

Looks similar to daal baati, dal bafla has many followers. These wheat balls are dipped into ghee and eaten with spicy daal, chutney, and curry. This delicacy is prepared during weddings as well as social gatherings.

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Bhopali Gosht Korma

Indians love mutton dishes and this is one you cannot get enough of. Bhopali Gosht Korma is a part of Nawabi cuisine and is slowly cooked. The mutton in this dish is very soft and just melts in the mouth. It has spicy gravy and is loved a lot.

Seekh Kebab

Seekh Kebabs are already so famous but what we didn’t know is these are the most savoured dishes of Madhya Pradesh. Prepared by wrapping minced meat around a seekh, these are cooked on a coal fire. When in Madhya Pradesh, must try!

Biryani Pilaf

Many people may not know but Bhopal is the best place to have biryani. You can find the best biryani i.e., the Bhopali biryani or biryani pilaf here. This biryani is usually served with zarda which is a sweet dish with milk, rice, sugar, and dry fruits.

Bhutte Ka Keesa

This healthy and nutritious dish is prepared with corn as its name suggests. These are grated corn, cooked in spices, coconut, and milk. Mustard seeds and green chilies enhance the taste of this dish which is typical street food in Indore.

Mawa Baati

This cousin of gulab jamun is made up of mawa dough mixed with dry fruits. The mawa balls are deep fried in ghee and well soaked in sugar syrup. This is a bit bigger than gulab jamun and is served on festive occasions.

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Next time, when you visit Madhya Pradesh, don’t forget to try these dishes, and do let us know if you liked them!