Punjab Occasions

send gifts on occasions in Punjab


Alongside following various rituals, wearing new clothes, family gatherings and grand dining, gifting plays significant role to make any occasion more joyful. Various gifts such as sweets, chocolates, dry fruits, cakes, flowers and so on can be sent as gifts and mark the occasion eventful. The articles assigned in this chapter provide detailed information about numerous popular gifting ideas one can exchange amongst dear ones on any special occasions.


Celebrate any event in Punjab by preparing mouth-watering sweets

Indian sweets are of great demand in India as well as in abroad, for their rich taste and flavors. Celebrating Indian festivals and occasions without sweets is just not possible. People share sweets on any special occasion to convey love, happiness and prosperity. In each state of India, you will avail different variety of sweets. For example, in West Bengal, Sandesh and Rosogolla are the popular sweets while in Maharashtra Puran Poli and Modak are the common ones. The sweets come in unique taste and are loved by all. Sweets prepared on Punjabi festivals Punjab is one of the well known states of India. The state is popular fo

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Top 5 Punjabi cuisines

Punjabi cuisines are much relished all throughout India. People of all communities prepare or like to eat Punjabi recipes occasionally. Being on the border of Pakistan and India, Punjabi recipes are also influenced by Pakistani cuisines. The foods of Punjab are popular for their rich usage of ghee, butter and oil. Wheat is the staple food for the Punjabis. So they prepare various types of breads like tandoori roti, nan, laccha paratha, kulcha, chapatti, roti and so on. The people staying in Amritsar are particularly fond of stuffed parathas and milk products. There is extensive usage of onion, garlic and ginger to enhance th

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Paneer Taash Kabab

Ingredients : 1 tbsp Fresh Cream 8 Cheese sliced 1 cup Cheese grated 1/2 tsp Peppercorns crushed 2 medium sized Tomatoes sliced 8 tbsp Mint Chutney 2 medium sized Onions sliced 400 gms Cottage Cheese For Marinade: Chaat Masala to taste 1/3 cup Hung Yogurt 2 tbsp Mustard Oil 4 tsp Ginger Garlic Paste 1 tsp Garam Masala Powder 1 tsp Coriander Powder 1 tsp Cumin Powder 2 tsp Red Chilli Powder Salt to taste Process of Preparation: 1) Slice paneer into seven pieces. 2) Mix well all the marinade ingredients and spread evenly on the cut paneer. Keep aside for 10 minutes.

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Pumpkin Halwa

Ingredients : 1) Red pumpkin (bhopla/kaddu), peeled and grated    800 grams 2) Ghee    2 tablespoons 3) Sugar    100 grams 4) Khoya/mawa, grated    70 grams 5) Cashewnuts    10-12 6) Raisins    10 7) Pistachios    8-10 8) Green cardamom powder    1 teaspoon Process of Preparation : Heat the ghee in a non-stick kadai. Add the pumpkin and sauté on low heat till it is soft. Add the sugar, mix well and cook till the sugar melts and the moisture evaporates. Add the khoya, cashe

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Sarson Ka Saag

Ingredients: 500gms Mustard leaves 200gms Spinach 200gms Bathuwa 3 Garlic cloves 1 inch Ginger 2 Green chilli Salt To Taste 1 tbsp Maize flour 1 Pinch Sugar 2 tbsp Ghee 1 Asafoetida 1 Pinch Onions, 1 tsp chopped Red chilli powder 1 Pinch Turmeric powder Process of Preparation : 1) Clean and wash sarson, spinach and bathuwa. Chop the leaves finely. 2) Chop ginger, garlic cloves and chillies. 3) Pressure cook the spinach, sarson, bathuwa with garlic, ginger and chillies. When it is cool, grind it to smooth paste. 4) Heat ghee in a vessel, add hing and onions. Fry until it is

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Jeera Rice

Ingredients : 1 cup Basmati rice 2 tsp Jeera (cumin seeds) 2 tbsp Cashewnuts 3 Whole peppercorns 2 Bay leafs 3 Cloves 2 Cinnamon sticks 1 Onions, sliced 2 tbsp Ghee Salt To Taste Process of Preparation : 1) Wash the rice and soak in water for half an hour. 2) Heat ghee in a heavy saucepan, add cashewnuts. Fry until brown. Take them out and keep aside. 3) Add onions , bay leaves, cloves, cinnamon sticks, cumin seeds, peppercorns to the same ghee and fry for a while. 4) Add the rice , salt, water and stir. Cover with a lid and simmer the flame. 5) Cook until the rice is done. 6) Se

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Punjabi Lassi

Lassi is a traditional Indian drink prepared with whipped yoghurt, which originates in Punjab. There are different variations of Lassi that can be prepared, like traditional mild sweet lassi, sweet lassi, mango lassi, chaach etc. They differ in taste but are awesome to have. Here’s the recipe for a traditional Punjabi Lassi, that is easy and less time consuming to prepare. Ingredients: Thick curd ( fresh ) - 2 cups Milk - 1 cup Sugar ( powdered ) - 1/4 cup Fresh cream - 1/4 cup Cardamom powder - a pinch Badam - 2 Rose petals - 2 tsp Process of Preparation:   1. Soak Badam in water and remov

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