Indian Railways has made a big change in the food menu, these dishes will be available in the train from tomorrow, know in detail

Indian Railways Food Menu: If you also often travel by train, then the Railways has introduced new facilities for the passengers. You will also be happy to hear these facilities started by the Railway Board. Railway Board has changed the menu of food available in trains. Railway passengers will now be served regional cuisine during ...
 

Indian Railways Food Menu: If you also often travel by train, then the Railways has introduced new facilities for the passengers. You will also be happy to hear these facilities started by the Railway Board. Railway Board has changed the menu of food available in trains. Railway passengers will now be served regional cuisine during the journey. These dishes will be served from Litti-Chokha to Idli-Sambhar. Apart from this, pure vegetarian food will be made available to the people of Jain community traveling in the train.

Now passengers suffering from diabetes will also be served boiled vegetables and oats in the train. In view of the International Year of Whole Grains-2023, the Railway Board has included eight dishes of coarse grains in the menu of food available in trains. After the new change, baby food will also be given in the trains. According to the order issued by the Railway Board, this change will be applicable from tomorrow i.e. 26 February in all premium trains of Rajdhani, Shatabdi, Duronto and Vande in India.

Railway Board has changed the food menu in trains after more than three years. Earlier in 2019, Railways had changed the catering menu of trains. Railway Board officials told that from tomorrow, railway passengers will be able to enjoy popular regional cuisine while traveling in trains. Regional dishes include Litti-Chokha, Idli-Sambhar, Dosa, Bada Pav, Pav Bhaji, Bhelpuri, Khichdi, Jalmudi, Veg-Non-Veg Momos, Spring Roll etc.

Passengers of Jain community will be served food without onion and garlic. If a person is suffering from diabetes, he can have boiled vegetables, milk-oats, milk-corn flakes, egg white omelet etc. Sugar free tea and coffee will also be available in the train. Travelers fond of South Indian cuisine will find Ragi Laddu, Ragi Kachori, Ragi Idli, Ragi Dosa, Ragi Parantha, Ragi Upma.

 

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