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15 Recipes For A Sumptuous Baisakhi Celebration


Baisakhi is a festival celebrated mostly in North Indian regions – especially Punjab. The festival is also a milestone for the Sikh community as on this day in 1699, Guru Gobind Singh founded the Panth Khalsa.

Apart from endless rounds of upbeat bhangra and gidda, the celebrations of this auspicious festival include a long list of scrumptious foods. And here are 10 of our favorites to get your Baisakhi started!


  1. Sarson Da Saag & Makke Di Roti

How is a Punjabi festival even complete without this delicious duo?sarson ka saag


  1. Dal Makhni

And some naan to up the food ante.recipe_of_dal-makhani


  1. Tandoori Chicken

Sink your teeth into some char grilled chicken marinated in desi spices. Vegetarians can binge on this paneer variation instead.Tandoori Chicken Lollipop Recipe | Tandoori Lollypop Recipe


  1. Pindi Chana

Tangy chickpeas with a tangier gravy send your palate dancing.pindi-chana


  1. Kheer

Slurp up some dry fruit-rich thick kheer for a Punjabi sugar rush.rice-kheer-recie


  1. Laddoo

Stuff up your face with these ghee-laden goodies.Ladoo Recipes - Varieties of Ladoo Diwali


  1. Suji Halwa

With a handful of extra nuts, of course!sooji halwa


  1. Punjabi Kadhi

Dip your hot-from-the-tandoor roti in some thick and spiced Punjabi kadhi for a quick trip to heaven and back.feature image punjabi kadhi


  1. Rajma Masala

Do yourself a favor and drop a lab of butter over your rajma. Thank me later.Rajma Recipe Image


  1. Lassi

Now, you’ll need something to wash down all that scrumptious decadence, right?dryfruitlassichuski211


  1. Garlic Naan

Lap up that dal makhni and tandoori chicken with some smoky and crunchy garlic naan.


  1. Chhole Bhature

A match made in Punjabi heaven.


  1. Amritsari Fish

A little grilled/tandoori delight for all you fish lovers.

Golden fried fish!


  1. Punjabi Egg Curry

The classic boiled egg in curry recipe with a zesty Punjabi tadka!


  1. Aloo Butter Masala

A feast for vegetarians. Pair this with some paratha or plain naan.aloo-butter-masala-recipe


Happy Baisakhi!

Binge eater by day and binge watcher by night, Ankita is fluent in food, film, and Internet. When she’s not obsessing over the hottest trends, tacos, and the perfect author’s bio, you can find her under a pile of Jeffery Archer’s novels or looking for the nearest wine shop.