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I guess all those who are foodies like me would agree with me on this. Can you imagine visiting a city just with the thought of indulging only and only in food? Yes, we food lovers can surely make such statements a reality. Such was my trip to Hubli, a beautiful city in the state of Karnataka. To be very honest, from the moment I alighted from the train at Hubli JN Station and till the time I boarded train back to my native place, food was all on my mind.
The best thing about Hubli food is that it is scrumptious as well as nutritious at the same time. The city is known for offering spicy food. If you also happen to be a big food lover like me, read this account on what all you can give your tooth buds if you visit Hubli:
Jolada roti is the staple food here and is a roti made from jowar. The nutritional value is excellent and can be taken with different sorts of vegetables or curries. I had jolada roti with Bijapuri brinjal and it was splendid in taste. You can also have jolada roti with jhunka bhakri and pitla bhakri.
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Girmit is a snack that is available at each and every restaurant. This dish is very light and crispy and comprises of spicy sev, puffed rice and garnished with onions, corianders, chilies and tomatoes. This preparation is the best thing to have with a cup of tea.
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This is a vegetable curry made from brinjals. For this dish, the fresh brinjals are chopped into smaller chunks and cooked along with coriander seeds, red chilies, chopped onion and other necessary spices. I had badanikai palya with jolada roti and curd. This lunch time meal was one of the best meals of my life.
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Sweet dishes are what I always love to have. Dharwad peda is prepared using milk, sugar and khoya. I found this sweet in each and every sweet shop I strolled through.