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Rajasthan India tourism highlights the kaleidoscope images of the princily state which conjures up - from the imposing forts and delicate palaces in Jaipur and Jodhpur, the lake cities of Udaipur and Pushkar, the painted towns of Shekhawati, the sand dunes of Jaisalmer to the national parks of Ranthambore, Bharatpur and Sariska - dazzle tourists from the world over.

Rajasthani Dishes

  Rajasthan, the desert land famous all over the world for its architectural marvels- its romantic palaces and colourful people is also equally popular for its unique, spicy and varied cuisine. For the royal Rajputs, one of the leading communities of Rajasthan, a meal is never complete without meat.

They have mouthwatering dishes smothered in spices and chillies; almonds and cashew nuts like the soolas (grilled meat), Murgh mokul and the venison Kababs.
But the Marwaris, another leading community of Rajasthan are strictly vegetarians. They have equally tasty maybe more fiery specialties with whatever ingredients available in the dry land. Minimum use of water and a preference for milk, chhaach (buttermilk) and clarified butter can still be observed.

They use dried and powdered lentils, beans from indigenous plants like Gwarphali, kair, sangri and the flours of gehun (wheat), bajra (millet) and makka (corn) liberally to make soft rotis drowned in butter and ghee, kheechra (porridge) and delicacies like ghatte kasubzi, Rajasthani kadhi, and the more popular dal- baati-churma. Various chutneys are made from locally available spices like turmeric, coriander, mint and garlic.

Besides the spicy ones, Rajasthan has a variety of sweet dishes as well, with specialities from each part like Malpuas from Pushkar,  Ladoos from Jodhpur and Jaisalmer, Ghewar from Jaipur etc. 
 
22 Recipes Found
  *Bedmi Puri

 

 

*Daal Baati ( Daal )

 

*Dahi Kadi

  *Ghatte Ka Saag   *Churma
  *Maas Ka Sula   *Daal Baati ( Vegetables )
  *Mirchi Vada   *Dal Dhokli (Dumlpings in Lentil Curry)
  *Moong Dal Bhajias   *Ghevar

  *Obattu
*Pakodi Ki Kadhi
*Ram Khichdi
  *Shahi Gatte   *Makki Ka Soheta
  *Onion Bajee   *Papad Ki Sabzi
  *Sabze - E- Saangar   *Spiced Rice - Rajasthani Pulavu


The Rajasthani cuisine is particularly colorful with the use of spices like yellow turmeric and red chilli making up for the drab monochromatic landscape of the desert. The bati was a popular dish used by the Rajputs during battles where the part cooked batis were buried in spots of the desert to be retrieved in times of long marches. The hot sand would act like an oven and bake these. They were broken and eaten with pouring ghee over them. The popular dals in the region are ahar (tur) dal, moong dal and panchmel (combinations of 5 dals).

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