From Past To The Plate, 5 Timeless Recipes That Are Older Than The Indian Constitution

Happy cooking and Happy Republic Day!

by Mallika Khurana
From Past To The Plate, 5 Timeless Recipes That Are Older Than The Indian Constitution

As the nation gears up to celebrate the 75th Republic Day, what better way to honour India’s rich cultural tapestry than by indulging in culinary delights that have withstood the sands of time? Beyond the parades and flag hoisting, there lies a hidden treasure trove of recipes, each older than the Indian Constitution that binds our diverse nation. These five culinary gems invite you to embark on a gastronomic journey through time. 

Recipes Older Than The Indian Constitution

1. Patoleo By Get Cooking Now

Transport yourself to the scenic coastal lands of Goa with the age-old recipe of Patoleo. This traditional Goan recipe dates back to times older than the Indian Constitution. It has been lovingly preserved and passed down through generations. Get Cooking Now, with its authentic touch, brings you a dish that perfectly embodies the rich culinary heritage of the region. Patoleo, made with rice and coconut and wrapped in turmeric leaves, is a delightful steamed sweet. The simplicity of the recipe makes it an ideal choice to celebrate Republic Day.

2. Ragi Satva By Aisha’s Cookery Kitchen

Aisha’s Cookery Kitchen invites you to rediscover the forgotten gem, Ragi Satva, a recipe that predates the Indian Constitution. Ragi, or finger millet, forms the heart of this recipe, making it a wholesome and nutritious delight. This simple yet delicious preparation is not only a celebration of the past but also a tribute to health and sustainability. As you indulge in the goodness of Ragi Satva, you embark on a culinary journey that honours the roots of Indian cuisine.

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3. Pootharekulu By Chetty’s Taste

Chetty’s Taste introduces you to the delectable world of Pootharekulu. This ageless treat hails from the land of Andhra Pradesh and is a testament to the artistry of Indian sweets. The paper-thin layers of rice starch, ghee, and sugar create a dessert that is not only visually stunning but also a symphony of flavours. Chetty’s Taste ensures that the recipe is presented in its simplest form, allowing you to recreate this culinary masterpiece in your kitchen.

4. Raoh Ki Kheer By Swaad Anusaar

Swaad Anusaar brings you Raoh Ki Kheer, a time-honoured recipe that surpasses the age of the Indian Constitution. This luscious kheer, infused with aromatic spices and sugarcane, captures the essence of traditional Indian desserts. The velvety texture and rich taste of Raoh Ki Kheer are the result of a recipe perfected over generations. Swaad Anusaar presents this culinary gem in its simplest form, ensuring that you can recreate the magic in your kitchen.

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5. Farra By Sanjeev Kapoor Khazana

Sanjeev Kapoor Khazana invites you to explore the culinary treasure of Farra, a dish that has withstood the test of time. Hailing from the heart of the country, this delectable snack is a celebration of simplicity and flavour. Sanjeev Kapoor Khazana’s recipe ensures that the recipe remains accessible to all, allowing you to experience the authentic taste of Farra. Farra echoes the endurance of India’s rich culinary heritage.

Pay homage to India’s vibrant past with these amazing recipes. Happy Republic Day!

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