TRADITIONAL THALIs OF INDIA

Sakshi Nagar 19-12-2022 10:28 AM Culture

People who are fond of food, every day try to see something new on their plate. That's why sometimes they go out because they don't get that taste at home. The Thali of many states is very famous in our country. Today, we are going to tell you about some such plates which are very famous in our country. Like Gujarati Thali, Rajasthani Thali, South Indian Thali, and many more. The plates of these states are different, as the dishes on these plates are also according to the taste of the state.

1. RAJASTHAN THALI

Rajasthan, the princely land of Rajputs, is famous for its ancient heritage, palaces, forts, temples, culture, markets, and folk traditions as well as for its local food. The famous food of Rajasthan includes everything from tangy veggie curries and spicy meats to delicious sweets that make tourists lick their fingers. If you ever go on a trip to Rajasthan, then you must enjoy their famous Rajasthani Thali which consists entirely of Dal Bati Churma, Gatte Ki Sabzi, Ker Sangri, Rajasthani Kadhi, Methi Bajra Puri, Mirchi Bada, Mawa, and Pyaz Kachori, Aam Ki Launji, Lal Maas, Bhuna Kukda (Chicken), Churma Ladoo and Ghevar. 

2. GUJARATI THALI

Gujarat, located in the western part of India, is one of the most prosperous states in the country. It is famous for its many tourist places where lakhs of tourists come every year and enjoy roaming. Whoever comes to visit Gujarat, cannot stop himself from tasting the traditional taste of this place. The smell coming from every street and house here will force you to taste the dishes here. But you must try Gujarati Thali here which is famous for Gujarati Khatti Mithi Daal, Undhiyu, Aloo Rasila, Steamed Rice, Khichada, Bhakri, Methi Na Thepla, Khandvi, Dhokla, Mohanthal, and Basundi.

3. KERALA THALI

Kerala, surrounded by beaches, is famous all over the world for its culture, traditions, and tourist places full of attractive beauty, as well as for its local food. Apart from idlis, and dosas, various sweets and non-vegetarian dishes can be enjoyed popularly in Kerala. If you are fond of traveling as well as eating food, then you must visit this state and taste the famous Kerala thali. In this, you are served Rasam, Papadum, Rice, Nadan Kozhi Varuthathu (Spicy Chicken Fry), Prawn Curry, Fish curry, Puttu, and Kadala Curry, Appam with stew, Idli and Dosa with Sambar, Malabar Parota, Payasam all on the banana leaf.

4. PUNJABI THALI

Not only domestic but foreign tourists also like Punjab very much. Food, dress, and famous places in Punjab are all wonders in themselves. Apart from all these things, the delicious food of Punjab attracts everyone towards it. If you are ever going to Punjab, do not forget to taste their special Punjabi Thali. In the Vegetarian Punjabi Thali, you will find Amritsari Kulcha or Naan, Pindi Chhole with Paneer Bhature, Dal Makhani, Jeera Rice, Palak Paneer, Aloo Paratha with a big glass of Lassi. On the other hand, in Non-Veg Punjabi Thali includes Amritsari Fish, Tawa Chicken Tikka, Mutton Curry, Kharore, Tandoori Chicken, and Butter Chicken with Rumali Roti.

5. MAHARASHTRIAN THALI

Many things can come to your mind when you think about Maharashtra, such as tourist places, films, festivals, plays, and many more. But one of the famous things that can never fade away from the mind is Marathi food. Vada Pav, Pav Bhaji, and Misal Pao are the first foods that come to our mind when we think of Marathi food. Whenever you are in Maharashtra, you have to try their authentic Maharashtrian Thali which includes both Veg and Non-veg food – Jowar/ Bajra Bhakri, Kolhapuri Fish, Mutton Sukka, Rice, Chicken Rasa, Kothimbir Vadi, Mugachi Usal, Palakchi Patal Bhaji, Aamras, Shengdana Ladoo

6. BENGALI THALI

When it comes to Bengali food, the first thing that comes to mind is fish, chicken, mutton, and lots of rice! But you will be surprised to know that there is as much variety of vegetarian food in Bengali food as it is of non-veg food. In these dishes, you will find many complex flavors and some ingredients that you have hardly heard of. You will find a slight sweetness in most Bengali food, which is due to the use of sugar or fresh coconut. Therefore, a traditional Bengali Thali is a must to have once in a lifetime. In Bengali thali, you will get, Bhaat, Macher Jhol, Luch, Aloo Bhaja, Begun Bhaja, Dal, Chingri Macher Malaikari, Mutton, Rasgulla, and Mishti Doi.

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