Himachalis eat cuisine that is remarkably similar to that of the rest of north India on a daily basis. They’ve got lentils, broth, rice, veggies, and bread as well. Non-vegetarian food is popular in comparison to other states in northern India.
Himachali cuisine has always been characterized by red meat and wheat bread. Many recipes have a thick and rich sauce with fragrant spices as the foundation. Dham is a traditional Indian dish that is served at weddings and other special occasions.
The state’s traditional snack meals include Siddu, Patrode, Cheele, and Babru. Steamed momos (dumplings) and noodles are now widely accessible and popular among travelers who wish to ease their way into Indian cuisine. Manee, Mandra or “Madra,” “Palda,” “Redu,” Patrode, Chouck, Bhagjery, and til (sesame seeds) chutney are just a few of Himachal’s specialties.