- Agra ka Petha
Made from the Ash Gourd vegetable, Petha is a soft translucent sweet of Agra. It is available in many flavoured varieties like Angoori Petha, Pan Petha, Kesar Petha, etc. It is one of the most popular festival sweets in North India.
It is crisp-fried stuffed Puri made with soaked and roasted split black lentils (Urad Dal) and Moong Dal. It is served along with Aloo ki Sabzi (Potato curry), Green Chutney and Raita or curd. Hot and crisp Jalebis mostly follow Bedai.
Dalmoth is a popular namkeen (dry snack) in Agra. It is made with nuts, fried lentils, oil, and spices. It is a favourite tea time snack for most of the North Indian.
A staple of Mughlai cuisine, Paratha, or Parantha, is a pan-fried fresh flatbread made from wheat flour and stuffed with various vegetables like Aloo, Paneer, Gobhi, etc. Served hot with fresh butter, Curd Raita, Aloo curry and hot tea, Paratha is most loved breakfast in North India.
Mughlai cuisine is a collection of non-veg dishes from the Mughal Era. Agra is mainly known for two things, Taj Mahal and Mughlai dishes. This is a rich set of cuisine that is cooked in aromatic hot spices and dry fruits.