Whenever the most beautiful places of the country are mentioned, then the name of Jammu and Kashmir full of beautiful valleys, river waterfalls, and beautiful views starts roaming in the mind. In terms of tourism, Jammu and Kashmir have got worldwide recognition. But along with its panoramic view, the special flavor of Jammu and Kashmir has also been attracting a lot of tourists from all over the world. The food of Kashmir is extremely flavourful and varied, with plenty to offer to both non-vegetarians and vegetarians. The food here is so delicious that everyone licks their fingers. Apart from roaming here, tourists from all over the world also come here again and again to taste the local food and drink. Today, in this episode, we are going to give you information about some famous food from Jammu and Kashmir, whose taste must be taken if you come here.

Kashmiri Pulao
The Kashmiri Pulao made here is made by adding aromatic basmati rice with milk, sugar, and dry fruits. Its taste is very delicious in food. Most Kashmiri people who are fond of non-veg make pulao by adding mutton to basmati rice.

Nadru Yakhini
Nadru Yakhini is a very popular food of Jammu and Kashmir which is made using curd and lotus cucumber. It has a characteristic aroma of cardamom, bay leaf, and ginger which further enhances the taste. In such a situation, if you are going to visit Jammu, then definitely test it.

Rogan Josh
You might have eaten Rogan Josh dishes in your place, but Rogan Josh is one of the most popular dishes in Jammu and Kashmir. Rogan josh is a lamb curry made with a mixture of different spices, curd, and onions. If you are a fan of non-vegetarian food, then you will not be able to stop yourself from relishing delicious food like Rogan Josh here. It is eaten with rice or naan

Modak Pulao
Modak Pulao is one of the favorite dishes of Jammu and Kashmir, especially if you are a vegetarian. Modak Pulao is not like Mango Pulao, it is quite different from Mango Pulao, it is prepared with milk, saffron, ghee, and cinnamon and later the rice is cooked with dry fruits like almonds, cashews, and raisins. Saffron is the main ingredient in Modak Pulao, as it is grown only in Kashmir. It is a popular Kashmiri dish for vegetarians and people with a sweet tooth.

Kashmiri Rajma
Although Rajma is a common name, we will tell you that Kashmiri Rajma is cooked differently. Which is very famous as well as being delicious. It is served for lunch and dinner. It can also be relished with Tawa Paratha and Lachha Paratha.

Goshtaba is also a traditional dish of Jammu and Kashmir. It is said that it has been liked here since the time of the kings and emperors. It is also known as the royal dish of Kashmir. Goshtaba is a type of mutton minced which is made into small balls and prepared with yogurt gravy.

Kashmiri Gad
Kashmiri Gaad is a special dish that is prepared on any special occasion or festival in December. This dish is usually made with fish prepared from radish or nadur. This dish is a mix of vegetarian and non-vegetarian ingredients. The hot spices and herbs added to it further enhance the taste. It is served only after an hour of making it so that it gets cooked properly.

Dum Aloo
If you want to taste the real authentic Kashmiri cuisine, then you must try Dum Aloo once you visit Jammu and Kashmir, believe me, you will never forget its taste after eating it. In Dum Aloo, potatoes are cooked in curd, ginger paste, fennel, and warm spices and eaten with roti or naan bread. Despite its simplicity and simplicity, Dum Aloo is very high on the list of Kashmiri's famous food, which can be gauged from its popularity.

Thukpa is a famous food of Jammu and Kashmir, which has made its popularity in Jammu and Kashmir as well as in the whole of North India. It is a fragrant dish that is native to the eastern region of Tibet.

A paan-shaped local bread that is mainly served with butter tea, Khambir is the perfect dish for travelers looking to try something unique. Khambir is a bread made from whole wheat flour eaten during breakfast and served with tea, which is prepared by adding salt and butter to the tea, which is another specialty of the state of Jammu and Kashmir.