Ludhiana is the pulse of Punjab and if you’re a fan of Punjabi cuisine then there is no place better for you than Ludhiana. The city offers a cornucopia of flavours quintessential to Punjabi food culture. The liberal use of cottage cheese, vegetables, poultry, butter and spices gives the food of Punjab it’s richness and vividness. There are few dishes that are central to Punjabi cuisine and are major part of eating habits of Ludhiana. Chole Bhature is a dish that constantly reappears on Punjabi food scene. The pairing of fried flatbreads with a spicy chickpea curry is a classic Punjabi dish popularly eaten throughout Ludhiana. Visit any household in Ludhiana in winter months and you will be definitely served the famous Sarson da saag with Makki di roti. The generous dollop of white butter melting all over the saag adds a comforting touch. One dish that is cooked in Ludhiana almost daily is Mah ki Dal. This creamy red lentil curry is a versatile dish featuring constantly on Punjabi plate. Rajma is another and best paired with rice. A rich nutty dessert locals can’t do without is Dodha Burfi, a specialty sweet native of Ludhiana-Kot Kapura region.