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Perhaps due to the royal heritage of the region, or due to the unique characteristics of the cuisine brought about by the region’s extreme climate and rare vegetation, Rajasthani cuisine is quite different from all other cuisines and is very fascinating too! Rajasthani food is usually spicy and makes use of loads of ghee, without which no dish is complete. Heart-warming meal combos like the Dal-Baati-Churma and other specialties like Panchmel ki Subzi , Gehun ki Bikaneri Khichdi and Mangodi ki Dal are popular all over the country and this section shows you how to recreate the magic in your own kitchen.

Dal-Baati-Churma three-in-one treat is a typical Rajasthani treat. The Rajasthanis specialise in serving sweet and savoury dishes in combinations that steal the heart and delight the taste buds. A platter of semi-sweet Churma, spicy Dal and deep-fried Baati, is one such traditional combination. Fresh baatis drowned in piping hot dal is a perfect accompaniment for churma.

Try Our Other Rajasthani Recipes…
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20 Rajasthani Dry Snacks Recipes
17 Rajasthani Kadhi, Dal Recipes
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23 Rajasthani Roti, Puri, Paratha Recipes
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Happy Cooking!


More than being part of a cuisine, Naashta can be thought of as part of a region’s culture! From weddings and ....
Rajasthan is a dessert and winters get very cold there. People love to gather around the warmth of the kitchen ....
Rajasthani Subzis are unique. Not only are they rich, with loads of ghee and spices, but they are also made wi ....
Semi-solid or liquid dishes like Kadhi and Dal, made with flours, beaten curds, pulses and lentils, are always ....
Whether or not you have made subzis, dals and kadhis, a meal never seems complete without a tangy, tongue-tick ....
Rajasthanis don’t hold back on the use of full-fat milk and ghee in their mithai. No wonder the Manpasand Mith ....
Dry snacks prepared in bulk and stored in airtight jars come in handy when hunger surprises you by attacking a ....

Top Recipes

Jodhpur is famous for its Mawa Kachoris. Rich dry fruit and mawa (khoya) stuffed crisp deep- fried kachoris are coated in sugar syrup. These kachoris are a welcome treat at any time of the day. These sweet kachoris are often called "gujjias" and are a "must have" for the Holi festival.
Everyday ingredients, minimal time, and least effort is all it takes to make this mouth-watering accompaniment! A simple tempering of seeds and a sprinkling of common spice powders moves the humble tomato from an ‘extra’ ingredient status into the limelight. Perhaps it is the right combination of ingredients with the appropriate quick cooking techniques, which retains – and even enhances – the tangy flavour of tomatoes so beautifully. Enjoy the Tamatar ki Launji hot and fresh, with your favourite roti.
Stuffed dahiwadas are now made less complicated and easy to prepare with this quick and delicious dahi wada recipe. The stuffing's is filed in the wada which are then fried to a crispy perfection.

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Rajasthani
 on 14 Feb 15 05:58 PM
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Tarla Dalal
24 Jun 17 10:34 AM
   Thanks Kavita, we are delighted you liked the collection of Rajasthani recipes.