Food unites people with all divisions in nation, culture, language, race, religion, and so on.
We talk a lot about votes and the right to vote. We emphasize more who has to lead us. We fight for our rights. We speak on a lot of matters. We share our views publically anywhere around the nation. We protest for equality, freedom, justice, and many more with the democracy that we have.
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Everything that we are able to independently do now is because of the change that was made on this day. On 26th January 1930, the Declaration for Indian Independence was first proclaimed and on the same date in 1950, India was made democratic. It is the Republic nation that gave us all the right to live on our own.
On the 26th of January 1950, Indian National Congress declared the nation to be a democratic country that was freed from British rule. On the same day, the Indian Constituent Assembly and the Constitution of India came into effect.
It has been 74 years since the declaration of democracy, by which people choose their leaders, and fight for their rights. The country has grown much in the aspects of education, finance, technology, ideology, armed forces, and so on.
It is a national holiday every year on 26th January, around the country. The president leads the celebration in the capital of the nation. The three armed forces of the nation go on parades and drills in front of the President, the Prime Minister, and the guests who are invited to the ceremony.
The national flag is hoisted on each government premises. Various cultural celebrations are held on this day in various societies. Markets and malls get decorated in tricolor. Tributes are given to the national leaders, who made the country free and democratic.
Foods that add spices to the day:
Yet another special event is when the family and friends sit together and enjoy the day while eating food together. Nothing can make the day special and interesting more than tricolored recipes.
To enhance the celebration of our democratic country, here are 5 recipes that are must-try in the tricolor of our nation.
Tiranga Paneer Tikka
Generous slices of soft and succulent paneer are marinated with red, white, and green color marinations. They are pierced with skewers and put in a tandoor oven. This Tiranga paneer tikka tastes heavenly when served hot with mint chutney and masala ring onions.
Tri Colored Vegetable Crystal Dumplings
Small cubes of water chestnuts, asparagus, carrots, black fungus, chopped ginger, and green chilies are stuffed into the dumplings. They are steamed and go well with black pepper and chili sauce.
Idli is the easiest and most basic food in the nation. It is the suggestion made for busy mornings and late nights. Here is the spin for the regular idlis by combining it with spinach and carrot puree. These idlis are super soft and fluffy. Serve with coconut chutney and hot sambar.
Tiranga Masala Bhaat
Basmati rice cooked in carrot paste, spinach paste and curd gives tri-colored food. These are arranged to resemble the national flag. It is platted with curd, rolled papad, and coriander leaves on top of it.
Tiranga Mousse Cupcakes
A perfect meal ends with a delicious dessert. Here is a dessert recipe in tricolor to make your meal complete. Vanilla cupcakes topped with swirls of Kiwi puree, cream cheese, and whipped cream, and saffron and carrot puree that resemble our proud National flag could be the best to end a meal with.
Enjoy cooking these tricolor recipes that give you more joy and fun!