The Making of a Garhwali Thali: A photoblog
Ingredients of the chutney: mint, coriander, black sesame, hill onions and tomatoes, salt, chilli powder, local masala mix
Making of the chutney on a traditional silbatta
The tangy chutney!
Ingredients for the preparation of aaloo ke gutke with jakhiya
Cutting the potatoes and mixing the masala and coriander leaves
The dish being cooked on a traditional chulha
The delicious aaloo ke gutke
Kneading of the madua flour
Finger millet (Ragi/Madua) flour is kneaded and ready!
Making of the rotis by hand on a traditional chulha
The women chatting while they cook
Meanwhile, the rajma is being prepared
Some chai (tea) to complete the meal!
The thalis being served loaded with delicious food
Yummy!!!! In thali: Cucumber salad, Pahadi parwal ki sabzi, Mint-coriander chutney, Barnyard millet (Jhangora), Finger millet (Madua) roti [in clockwise direction]. In katori: Rajma, Raita, Aaloo gutke [from left to right]
The kitchen where the action was taking place!
Our team with the women who cooked the sumptuous meal for us!
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