World Famous Punjabi Food – Makki Ki Roti + Saag + Namkeen Lassi + Gudpaare + Gud Chai + Matthi


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Punjabi food is as vibrant, robust and rooted as the people itself. When we think of Punjabi food found in the cities, we mostly get to hear about the rich and luxuriant dishes like butter chicken, dal makhni etc. But seldom do we acknowledge the regular food prepared at Punjabi homes. It is simple, rustic and nutritious stuff rich in ghee and butter. 

In today’s episode we bring you a simple Punjabi food experience at the house of our gracious hosts from Krishna Nagar, Delhi. The Singh family has been living here for over 50 years. Their small and cosy house is surrounded by an open space in the front where there is an orange tree as well. On reaching there were welcomed by Rubel, the daughter of the house, her younger brother and her mother. Her elder brother Aman joined us later. 

Over a lovely cup of jaggery tea the family shared some really old memories of the place when the surrounding was all full of farmlands and trees. It was far from what it seems today. 

After the brief chat we headed to the open space to prepare the meal over a clay oven which included makki ki roti and sarson ka saag. 

For saag she chopped some mustard and spinach leaves and cooked it in an open vessel along with ginger, garlic and chillies. When it thickened she tempered it with ghee, garlic, onions and tomatoes. Then she moved on to makki ki roti. These thick, coarse textured flatbread was prepared with maize flour dough and was smeared with butter. 

Rubel prepared some salty lassi with yogurt, roasted cumin powder, rock salt and pepper powder. When the meal was ready, Rubel’s elder brother Aman joined us for eating. 

The smoky flavoured flatbread wonderfully complimented the thick and distinctly flavourful saag. It ended with a tall glass of salted lassi that cleanses the palate and aids digestion. 

Once we were done Rubel’s brother bought us some homemade gud paare. She told us how it is a ritual to have it after every saag and roti meal. 

Even though we have tried this combination numerous times, we can never get enough of it. 

POSTSCRIPT

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SERIES WAS FILMED DURING SEPTEMBER, 2020, WHEN THE PANDEMIC WAS ON DECLINE. 

About the host – Anubhav Sapra

https://www.instagram.com/anubhav.sapra/

Anubhav Sapra is an avid culinary explorer who loves to travel and explore different cuisine primarily the street food, not just for the sake of gustatory pleasure but also for quenching his deep thirst for nurturing new cultural connections through the kaleidoscopic canvas of food. He believes that the vibrant and delectable street food tradition across the globe has the power to bring communities together and foster harmonious human existence.

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30 Comments
  • A B!
    Posted at 04:30h, 23 May

    The entire community series was a great idea to move away from the typical restaurant and d street food vlogs and to try to get to learn the special cuisines of the communities and their stories. Ofcourse few families had lots to share while some family looked little canera shy! One good thing u shared was also that there are still families with the senior citizen, the grand mother who has her own unique position in the family and who r still so fit and enthusiastic. As always, a great series to watch and look forward to more such episodes.

  • Pawan Bishnoi
    Posted at 04:37h, 23 May

    Aisa lag rha hai jaise ladka ladki ko dekhne aaya hai..
    🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • vlog naroliya
    Posted at 04:45h, 23 May

    He is so sad with his name

    Common name ha

  • Eng Teck Soh
    Posted at 04:47h, 23 May

    I first tried Makki Ki roti in Bharawan da Dhaba March 2019 in Amritsar, Punjab. Very fantastic Punjabi veg in many dhabas such as Bharawan, Kesar da Dhaba and also some non-veg in Makhan fish and Surjit Food plaza. This video reminds me of my visit to the partition museum and understanding a part of Indian history and also the visit to the countryside to witness the celebration of Holi and try the roti made in the countryside with just makhan. Fantastic.

  • Alisha Nayak
    Posted at 04:55h, 23 May

    Maja aa gaya ❤️❤️hats off mishra ji

  • MOHAN SATAGOPA
    Posted at 04:57h, 23 May

    Simply Super. This can happen only in India. ..community cuisine. ..I would like to experience it.😊😊😊

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  • sonbog
    Posted at 05:05h, 23 May

    1 million congrats advanced wishes. Well deserved 👏👏🎂

  • AF sardar
    Posted at 05:17h, 23 May

    Pa Ji hmara gaon zila jalandar, tehsil nkodar pind kot badal khan tha. Ab hm hmare pak punjab toba tek singh me rehte hain. Mza aa gya hmara punjabi food dekk kr. Pa Ji Plz kse indian punjab K gaon me bhi visit krain.

  • DAKSHAN TALKIES
    Posted at 05:18h, 23 May

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  • AF sardar
    Posted at 05:30h, 23 May

    Mre dada ji apna gaon bht yad krte the. Apne zameen, apne kheti sb kuch. Hmare sare purkhon ke kbrain bhi pta ni kha hon ge 😢. Love from pak punjab toba tek singh ❤️.

  • Abhishek kumar
    Posted at 05:55h, 23 May

    No fancy kitchen but the best thing is authentic food

  • personal trainer healthy lifestyle
    Posted at 05:56h, 23 May

    Can you write on the screen the recipe and spices for each dish we like to know and learn.

  • SHIVANG VERMA
    Posted at 06:12h, 23 May

    Soon going to be 1 million subscribers 😀😀😀

  • Santosh Yadav
    Posted at 06:16h, 23 May

    GUDPAARE 🤤🤤🤤🤤

  • JBM Coaching Centre
    Posted at 06:22h, 23 May

    इस कड़ी में सबसे अच्छा यह लगा कि हमारे जैसे एक आम परिवार से आप रूबरू हुए। हमारे दक्षिणी हरियाणा में भी सर्दियों में सरसों का साग घोटकर बनाया जाता है और साथ में बाजरे की रोटी और ताज़ा मक्खन खाते हैं।

  • Devang Baudhanwala
    Posted at 06:26h, 23 May

    Anubhav sapra pata nahi ye aapka channel kaise success ho gaya bahot hi boring lagte ho very shy person bahot hi thande kism ke insaan ho bhai 😄

  • عابدینआबिदोनTurky
    Posted at 06:34h, 23 May

    They eat far too much stupid butter,
    Today’s life, exercise is zero
    The poor young Sardaarji kid, will have heart attack,by age 40, if he he daily consume so much evil butter
    The mom is really stupid ( unless,they are showing fake foods,to shoot $$$$$ monetized video)

  • Riteshgeorgain15 Prasad
    Posted at 07:01h, 23 May

    Anubhav sir knows how to blend with different culture perfectly. Mind blowing food blog. Good to see food heritage of India through your videos.

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  • Balachander V
    Posted at 08:10h, 23 May

    Saw the video just now.what better enjoyment than makke ki roti sarson me saag and round it off with a tall glass of.lassi.rustic charm has its own level of satisfaction.v Balachander.

  • Kuckoo Kooks
    Posted at 08:36h, 23 May

    Real taste of India sweet and simple
    Family was so down to earth no showbazzi

  • THE MANISH MUSIQ 4451
    Posted at 08:40h, 23 May

    घर घर जाकर जो आप ये video बनाते है बहुत अच्छा लगता है👌👌9💐💐

  • Rajesh Kamboj
    Posted at 08:58h, 23 May

    Very good recipe

  • g singh
    Posted at 09:03h, 23 May

    Beta ਥੋੜ੍ਹਾ standard ਰੱਖ. Aaj kal sagh ਕਹਾ.

  • Bhargav Borra
    Posted at 09:07h, 23 May

    Find a telugu family tooo Anubhav🙏

  • shivanya singh
    Posted at 09:12h, 23 May

    Please make a video on क्षत्रिय community ❤

  • Rishabh Jassal
    Posted at 09:29h, 23 May

    Paji sade ghr v ayeo kade punjab ch

  • Navpreet Athwal
    Posted at 09:47h, 23 May

    Saag ko achi tara cook hone mein minimum 6 to 7 hours lagte hain.or authentic saag mein tamater or piyaz nahin daltta or ager or authenticity mein jana hai to no garlic only ginger tarka.

  • anil pal
    Posted at 10:00h, 23 May

    Love all episodes ❤️❤️❤️