5 Traditional Dishes Of Ayodhya

By Famous India 


Spices are combined with vegetables like potatoes, peas, carrots, and cauliflower to make the aromatic and savory rice dish known as tehri. In Ayodhya, it's a well-liked vegetarian choice.


Peda is a traditional Indian sweet made from condensed milk, sugar, and cardamom. In Ayodhya, pedas are often prepared during festivals like Diwali and Ram Navami.


Malpua is cooked with flour, milk, sugar, cardamom and saffron. In Ayodhya, malpua is a well-liked dish, particularly during celebrations like Holi and Raksha Bandhan.


Chaat, a savory snack composed with fried dough, potatoes, chickpeas, yogurt, and different chutneys and spices, is the specialty of Ayodhya. Both residents and visitors love the popular varieties.

Baati Chokha

Baati chokha is comprised of mashed and spiced vegetables (chokha), usually made from roasted potatoes, tomatoes, and eggplant, and baked wheat dough balls (baati).

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5 Traditional Dishes Of Ayodhya