Top Dishes Made on the occasion of Baisakhi in Punjab

Top Dishes Made on the occasion of Baisakhi in Punjab with Avias stainless steel cookware

Baisakhi is one of the most celebrated festivals of Punjab, this festival is basically celebrated by farmers after cutting and selling their crops. At most of the places you will notice fairs going on and the farmers will get ready to visit the fair with their friends and family members. 

Not just that, there are plenty of food items which are specifically cooked on the occasion of Baisakhi in Punjab. 

Today in this post we are going to discuss those top punjabi recipes and dishes and how you can cook them using Avias World stainless steel cookware and kitchenware products.  

Top Dishes Cooked On The Occasion of Baisakhi in Punjab

1- Kadhi: 

Top Dishes Made on the occasion of Baisakhi in Punjab with Avias stainless steel cookware

The first traditional dish is Kadhi recipe and it’s one of the most delicious and unique dishes that you will have, although kadhi is also cooked at other places of India, but the kind of taste you would be able to get here in Punjab is different from others.  

To cook punjabi kadhi recipe at your place you would need stainless steel Avias Riara Triply Kadhai. Let’s have a look at the recipe: 

  • Take a large bowl. Add besan, turmeric, chili powder, ajwain, ginger garlic paste, salt and curd. Mix well.
  • Add 4 cups of water and mix well. Keep it aside for a while.
  • Heat some oil in your Avias Riara Triply Kadhai. Add methi, cumin, pepper, coriander seeds, red chili and hing. Mix well.
  • Add onion and chili. Saute well until onions soften.
  • Add the besan curd mixture. Mix well.
  • Keep stirring until the mixture comes to a boil.
  • Cover half of the kadhai and let it simmer for 30 minutes.
  • Keep stirring at intervals.
  • If you feel the consistency is too thick, then add water. 
  • At last you can add potato pakoda in your kadhi and cook it for 5 minutes at medium flame. 
  • And there you go, your kadhi is ready to be served.


2- Mango Lassi:

Top Dishes Made on the occasion of Baisakhi in Punjab with Avias stainless steel cookware

Here is the list of steps you should know to make mango lassi recipe at your home. 

1-  Add 1 cup of fresh mango puree to a juice blender. You can scoop the pulp of 2 large sweet mangoes in a blender to get this fresh mango puree or you can also use canned mango pulp if you can’t find sweet mangoes or they are not in season. 

2- To the blender now add 1 cup yogurt.

3- Followed by 1/2 cup milk to thin out the lassi a bit. Also, add 2 to 3 tablespoons of sugar and 1/4 teaspoon cardamom powder.

4- Blend for around 60 seconds until everything is well combined. Pour the lassi into serving glasses and top with saffron strands (optional). You can also garnish with nuts.

With the help of your mango lassi recipe the mango lassi would be ready. 


3- Meethe Chawal:

Top Dishes Made on the occasion of Baisakhi in Punjab with Avias stainless steel cookware

Here is the meetha chawal recipe that you can cook in your Avias Triply Frypan or Avias Triply Kadai
1- Soak the rice for about 30 min. Boil 2 cups of water and add ½ tsp turmeric into it. Drain the soaked rice and carefully pour into the boiling water and cook the rice over medium heat. Once the rice is 80% cooked, drain the rice and keep aside on a chani (strainer). Take Avias Riara Triply frypan/ kadhai, heat over medium flame. Add ghee to the vessel once it's hot.

2- Once the ghee melts. Add all the spices and dried coconut. Stir for about 2 minutes and add in the kishmish, dates, almonds and cashew nuts. Roast this for about 1 min and add pista, cook until the nutty flavor develops.

3- Now add in the milk and saffron. Boil until the saffron releases its color and sweet smell. Now, add in the sugar, rose water and kewra water. Stir until everything mixes well. Add in the rice and carefully mix the milk in the rice in a lift and drop motion using a flat spoon. The aim is to avoid the rice grains from breaking.

4- Cover the vessel with a lid and cook on low flame for 5-7 minutes or until all of the liquid is absorbed by the rice.

5- Switch off the heat and leave the rice with the lid on for another 5 minutes. Open the lid and using a flat spoon, lift the rice from the sides to allow the grains to open up. Transfer to the serving platter and serve hot.

This was all about some of the top traditional dishes prepared on the occasion of Baisakhi in Punjab. 

Looking forward to getting the best stainless steel cookware and kitchenware products to prepare these dishes? If yes, then Avias World is the right place for you. 

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