Miniature Sheet on FDC – India 2017- Indian Cuisine – Regular Cuisine.

Miniature Sheet on FDC – India 2017- Indian Cuisine – Regional Cuisine.

The Festive season in India is at its Peak with various types of Festivals all across the Country. India with its diversity is home to various Regional Cuisine & food delicacies.

A Miniature Sheet was issued on 03 Nov 2017 containing six stamps of Rupees Five each on these Regional Cuisines.An FDC with a miniature sheet of Rs 30 on regional cuisine is listed.

 

Baby Appam – Pan cake made from a fermented rice batter. A common food in Kerala & Tamil Nadu

Baghare Baingan – Cuisine made from eggplant in Hyderabad and served with Biryani.

Dal Bati – Cuisine consisting of  Dal (Lentil) and Bati (wheat flour rolls).Peculiar to Rajasthan and also popular in UP and MP.

Litti Chokha- Dough ball made of wheat flour and stuffed with sattu ( roasted chickpea flour). Popular in Bihar, Jharkhand and eastern UP.

Sarson Ka Saag – Mustard greens served with cornbread (makke ki roti) and butter.This is typical food from Punjab specially during Winters.

Biryani – Mixed rice dish made with spices and meat. Mughlai from Delhi , Awadh Biryani from Lucknow and Hyderabad Biryani are most popular and delicacies.

FDC MS REGIONAL CUISINE
INDIA MS FDC 2017- REGIONAL CUISINE

 

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Miniature Sheet on FDC – India 2017- Indian Cuisine -Popular Cuisine.

Miniature Sheet on FDC – India 2017- Indian Cuisine -Popular Cuisine.

The Festive season in India is at its Peak with various types of Festivals all across the Country. India with its diversity is home to mouth-watering street food delicacies.

A Miniature Sheet was issued on 03 Nov 2017 containing six stamps of Rupees Five each on these Popular Cuisines.A FDC with a miniature sheet of Rs 30 on popular Cuisine is listed.

Poha-Jalebi – Street Food from Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Made from Sev , Jalebi & sliced onions etc.

Golgappas- The most popular street snack and food across all ages and regions. It is a crisp round ball served with flavoured water (tamarind water), fillings and garnishing. Known as Panipuri, Batashe,Fulki, Phuchka etc.

Dhokla – Peculiar to Gujarat and made from fermented batter and Chick Peas.

Chhole Bature – A delicacy from Punjab and Delhi. This cuisine is made from flour and chickpeas. Delhi and Amritsar are the best places to order your Chhole Bature.

Idli -dosa – Thes are south Indian snacks famous all over the country, Indian Sub-continent and the World. Made from fermented rice and served hot with sambar or Dal. Dosa is a pancake which can be plain and can any type of fillings depending on the region. Chain of special hotels serves this across the country.

Vada-Pav – Symbolic Marathi street food typical to Maharashtra and Mumbai. A fried potato dumpling served with sliced bread (Pav) is called Vada pav. Served with various types of sauces or chutneys.

FDC MS POPULAR CUISINE
INDIA MS FDC 2017 – POPULAR CUISINE