Rajasthan is known for its spicy dishes and mouth-watering sweets. One cannot miss these. These has to be tasted once in lifetime. There are many rajasthani special dishes which are most famous not only in india but also in world. The ancient princely state of Rajasthan gave rise to a royal cuisine. The Rajas who went on hunting expeditions ate the meat or the fowl that they brought back.
These has to be tasted once in lifetime. Some “die for” dishes are
Daal, Baati & Churma
Rajasthani food is incomplete without the mention of the famed Dal-Baati-Churma. It consists of baatis or flaky round breads baked over firewood or over kandas (i.e. cow dung cakes) as done in villages. The most exotic dish you will ever find and typically most heard Rajasthani dish. Round Batis served with dal and sweet Churma.
Baatis can be baked in a gas tandoor or an electric oven as well. But one thing common for baatis, irrespective of their cooking technique is that they are always served dipped in ghee accompanied with panchmel or panch kutti dal and churma.
This delicious dessert is a Rajasthani delicacy popularly made during the festival of Teej. It is disc-shaped sweet made with all purpose flour and soaked in sugar syrup. The Fragrance of this sweet is enough to say. Served with Rabdi. You can find this sweet in markets of Jaipur easily. Pouring the batter in hot ghee is the tricky part to get the correct texture to the dessert. I must thanks Manjula Barath of DESI FIESTA for challenging this delicious dessert.
Kadhi is a dish made from gram flour (besan) and sour curd/yogurt and actually originated in Rajasthan.Unlike punjabi kadhi, no pakodas (or gram flour fritters) are added to the rajasthani version of kadhi, making this recipe both light to eat and easy to make.
This sweet is just awesome. Fully wet in sugar syrup and stuffed with paneer. It will water your moth instantly. Every one who like paneer items they will like this chena malpua.
This spicy kachori stuffed with onion and potatoes is the best snack you will find in Rajasthan. This is served with spicy coriander chutney and sweet tamarind chutney. Pyaz Kachori is a kind of Rajasthani Kachori, a fried pastry filled with a spicy onion filling. It is one of the famous spicy snack food from Jodhpur and vicinity. Popularity of this snack dish increased in other parts of North India when Rajasthani restaurants and food outlets opened throughout India.