Sikkin cuisine is a traditional style of cooking originating from the Sikh community of India. It is characterized by the use of fresh and wholesome ingredients, such as whole wheat flour, legumes, vegetables, and spices.
The food is typically cooked in a simple, yet flavorful way, with an emphasis on health and nourishment. Some popular Sikkin dishes include daal (lentils), chole (spicy chickpeas), and kadhai paneer (cottage cheese cooked in a spicy tomato sauce).
Sikkin cuisine is known for its delicious, comforting, and nutritious qualities, making it a popular choice among people who value health and taste.