Most delicious kashmiri pakaban(dish)

 Lotus Stem Crunch: Savor the crispy perfection of lotus stem pakabans, a delightful snack that combines crunchiness with subtle flavors.

Shab Deg: A slow-cooked meat stew that simmers for hours, allowing the flavors to meld together, creating a hearty and satisfying dish.

 Nadru Monje: Crispy fritters made from slices of lotus stem coated in a spiced gram flour batter, a popular snack in Kashmir

Gushtaba: Delicate meatballs prepared with minced mutton, cooked in a yogurt-based gravy, and seasoned with aromatic spices.

Haak Saag: A traditional Kashmiri green leafy vegetable preparation, usually collard greens, cooked with mustard oil and spices.

Paneer Yakhni Pakaban: A creamy and aromatic curry featuring paneer (Indian cottage cheese) cooked in a yogurt-based gravy with Kashmiri spices, providing a rich and satisfying taste.

 Modur Pulav: Saffron-infused sweet pulav made with aromatic Basmati rice, dry fruits, and a touch of sweetness, a Kashmiri celebration dish

 Kohlrabi and Spinach Delicacy: Explore a healthier option with kohlrabi and spinach-packed pakabans, offering a unique blend of freshness and taste.

 Kadam Saag Pakaban: This dish showcases Kadam Saag, a leafy green vegetable, cooked with a medley of spices to create a flavorful and nutritious addition to your meal.

Shalgam Pakaban: A dish that highlights the use of turnips, known as Shalgam, cooked with traditional Kashmiri spices to create a comforting and flavorsome vegetarian option.

Kahwa: A traditional Kashmiri green tea infused with spices like cardamom, cloves, and cinnamon, often served with almonds and saffron.

Dum Aloo: Potatoes cooked in a slow-cooked gravy, allowing them to absorb the intricate spices and flavors for a mouthwatering taste.