New Delhi, November 7: Across Langar to Gurdwara and beyond the walls of Gurdwara, Sikhs ensure that no one sleeps on an empty stomach. The concept of Langar is to provide everyone with food regardless of caste, class, religion and gender. So, when it comes to celebrating the birth of the first Guru of Sikhs – Guru Nanak Dev Ji, people make sure to arrange a special Langar for all on the holy festival. Guru Nanak Jayanti 2022 Wishes in Punjabi: WhatsApp Messages, SMS, Quotes and HD Images to wish loved ones on Baba Nanak Gurpurab.
From famous Kada Prashad to Aloo gobhi, several simple, hearty and healthy dishes are prepared for “Guru da Langar”. If you are planning to indulge in Langar Sewa ce Gurpurab, make sure to bookmark the meals mentioned below.
1. Kada Prashad
Kada Prasad (Photo credits: Wikimedia Commons)
Visit any Gurdwara, you will find kadha prasad served to all. It is the most important traditional dessert which is prepared with wheat flour, desi ghee and sugar. It is a halwa made by very slowly roasting wheat flour in a substantial amount of ghee in a huge kadai. No Langar is complete without kada prashad.
2. Aloo Gobhi
Aloo Gobhi (Photo credits: Flickr)
Aloo gobhi sabzi is a staple dish in every gurdwara. It is made by frying potatoes and cauliflower and mixing them with Indian spices.
Representative image by Rice Kheer (Photo credits: Wikimedia Commons)
No meal is complete without a “meetha”. To add sweetness to “Guru da langar”, sewadars prepare kheer and serve it in sangat. Kheer is a sweet rice pudding, usually made by boiling milk, sugar or jaggery and rice. You can also add dried fruits.
4. Makki Ki Roti, Sarson Ka Saag
Makki Ki Roti, Sarson Ka Saag (Photo credits: Wikimedia Commons)
A popular Punjabi winter meal, Makki ki roti and Sarson ka Saag is a dish to enjoy all winter long. Makki ki roti is a flat chapatti made from cornmeal. It is cooked on a tawa (hot plate) or tandoor. It is served with sarson ka saag and cubes of butter, green chili and chopped onion.
5. Kali Daal
Kaali Daal (Photo credits: Flickr)
This dish is made of Urad (black gram) and Chana (Bengal gram) dal. Soak these lentils overnight and pressure cook them with garlic and ginger. It’s so easy to make and yet it’s one of the most delicious dals you’ll ever have. It can be eaten with chappatis or rice.
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