Banwari Lal de Rajma Chawal te Rajma Kulcha It is located in Raghunath Bazar, serving Rajma Chawal and Rajma Kulcha since decades. One of the famous food join in Jammu. Also Read: What to eat in Jammu
Ahoi ashtami celebrated across Jammu region by Mothers for the well being of their children. Ahoi Ashtami fast, is observed by mothers for prosperity of their Children. This Day is Dedicated to goddess Ahoi Mata, falls on the Ashtami (eighth day) of Kartik month.. This festival marks the beginning of Diwali. The Story of Ahoi Ashtami relates to a woman who lived in a village with her seven sons. D...[Read More]
Pugga Vrat is observed on the fourth day of Krishna paksha, (the fading phase of moon) in the month of Magha according to Hindu lunar calendar. Pugga Vrat is also called Sakat Chauth, Ganesh Chauth or Tilkuta Chauth. Lord Ganesha and the Moon God are worshiped on Pugga Vrat. This vrat is mainly observed in North India. A full day fast is observed on this day. Mothers observe fast on this day so th...[Read More]
Khichdi (Makar Sankranti) Makar Sankranti is one of the important festivals of India. The word Sankranti is derived from sat and kranti, meaning “Good Movement.” Sankranti means transmigration of Sun from one constellation of the zodiac to another. This festival is associated with nature, season change and agriculture. All the three things are base of life. As the factor of nature, thi...[Read More]
Singh Ki Kaladi This particular eatery is one of the oldest in Udhampur city famous for Bread Kaladi. You can also have Kaladi Parantha here For More Photos: Click here Also Read: What to eat in Udhampur
Kulth da Ambal Ambal, a khatta-meetha-teekha special, is unique to Dogra households in Jammu region and is a must during all festivities. Kaddu da ambal Aaloo da Ambal Kachaloo da Ambal Kulth da ambal Ambal is prepared from tamarind and jaggery. Smoky flavour( ) enhances the taste of this authentic Dogra dish.
Kimb Kimb is a fruit which is from citrus family grown in Jammu Region. Peel off the skin and then squeeze out its juice(which can be used in preparing Kachaloo or even Pickles). And then Cut into small pieces and then Mix it with the paste of green chilies and pudina, black salt, sugar and crushed walnuts. If you like you can also give smoky flavour with the help of coal (in local language it is ...[Read More]
Choorma Celebrations might vary from region to region, but there is always celebratory item in the form of Indian sweets, which are specially made on special days(wedding/festival) just like here is a Choorma specially prepared on the day of Purnima in Jammu (Dogras) Households. Purnima, the full moon day, is considered auspicious in the Hindus Calendar and most devotees observe fast throughout th...[Read More]
Dhan- Dogra Traditional Style of Cooking
Kyuur Kyuur, prepared with maida, is another authentic dish of Jammu. It is an important item in Dogra weddings and is considered auspicious to fed bridegroom and bride.