French lawyer and politician Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin very famously said, “Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you are." Using this parameter, we can easily say that a true-blue North Indian is bound to be enticing, warm, and quite generous. Typical North Indian Food has all this and more. In this part of the peninsula, the specialities beckon you with their irresistible flavours. From Leh’s gur gur chai to Kashmir’s kahwa, dilli ki chaat, chhole bhature, tandoori chicken, and fish Amritsari, the whole gamut will make you fall in love with North India.
Food holds a special place not just in the northerner’s heart but also in their festivities. Revdi - roasted peanuts for Lohri, meethe chawal, sarson da saag, with makke di roti for Basant Panchami, and baigan ka bharta or dum aloo for the perfect anytime ghar ka khana.
So the next time you are anywhere near the Himalayas, don’t just visit the Golden Temple, Rock Garden, Dal Lake, or the Taj Mahal. Enjoy the hospitality of the people as well. Their hearts are as large as their appetites. For those who cannot undertake this physical journey, fret not. SaleBhai is always there to bring North Indian goodies to your doorsteps.