10 Risky Punjabi Foods You Should Avoid

Butter-laden Paranthas: Excessive ghee contributes to unhealthy saturated fats.

Deep-fried Pakoras: High oil content can lead to health concerns.

Creamy Punjabi Curries: Excessive dairy and fat content may impact health.

Sarson da Saag with Makki di Roti: High-calorie combination, best in moderation.

Rich Paneer Dishes: High in saturated fats, moderate consumption recommended.

Butter Chicken: High in butter and cream, best limited for health.

Fried Street Food (Samosa, Kachori): Hygiene concerns and excessive oil.

Ghee-laden Sweets (Pinni, Jalebi): High sugar and saturated fats.

Heavy Punjabi Breakfast (Chole Bhature): Excessive calories and fried components.

Overly Spiced Pickles: Excess spices can lead to digestive discomfort.

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