ajasthan is the land of many interesting things and places but if you skip the cuisines of Rajasthan means your trip is incomplete. The saver of Rajasthan dishes can’t be found anywhere in India. Rajasthan dishes with rich ghee, milk, and tasty flavors turn your mouth watery.
The Rajwadi land of Rajputs is a paradise for foodies out there. Rajasthani cuisine is among those rare cuisines boasting of a never-ending platter with a plethora of dishes; ranging from tangy drinks to spicy starters, mouth-watering sabzis and crunchy bread along with added
delights of chutneys, achars, papad and chhach. Not to forget the delicate desserts and rich crunchy delights that melt in your mouth instantly!
Here is a list of 20 Most iconic food of Rajasthan that you must try:
One of the most important dishes of Rajasthan prepared with wheat flour. The combination of round batis and ghee is so tasty and appetites your hunger. Dipping the crispy and crunchy batis into the ghee and then enjoying the crispiness of the batis in soft ghee.
Ker Sangri is a type of pickle made of Ker a wild berry and Sangri means dried beans which are locally available. The combination of these local materials into a pickle is very tasty and crispy to eat. This pickle must dry for sometime after that the fine taste will come. It will be so tasty with rotis.
Another snacky delight from Rajasthan, Mirchi badas are perfect answers to complement evening tea or morning breakfast. The hot and spicy badas are scrumptiously delicious.
There are different types of Gattes are famous in Rajasthan prepared with rice, vegetables, spicy masala etc. Seasonally or during the festival times Gattes are mostly preferred in the houses of Rajasthan’s. The famous Gattes of Rajasthan are Gatta Pulao, Shahi Gatte, Masala
Kadhi is the most common yet varied Indian preparation. Generally made from besan and pakodis, Rajasthani kadhi is way spicier and mouth-watering. This is the most famous food of Rajasthan.
The very mention of Ghevar lights up the eyes of innumerable sweet-lovers. This crunchy delight is a heaven for people with a sweet tooth. Available in various forms and shapes, Ghevar can aptly be called one of the crown dishes of Rajasthani food.
Winters in Rajasthan are known for delicious Moong Dal Halwas; this dish succeeds in winning the menus for royal marriage ceremonies. Moong ki Daal ka Halwa is prepared from Moong dal and garnished with rich dry fruits. The savoury taste can be experienced in every bite of it.
Bajra is black millet flour and is enjoyed all over the state. In villages, thickly rolled bajra rotis are cooked over cow dung cakes that impart a smoked flavour to the rotis. Bajra rotis can accompany virtually any vegetable on a Rajasthani menu. Bajra roti is usually accompanied by lasun ki chutney- a garlic dip made from garlic, red chilli powder, lime juice, jaggery and homemade butter.
Pyaaz ki kachori originated in Jodhpur and is now eaten all over the state, mainly as a breakfast snack. They are flaky, deep-fried breads made from plain flour and stuffed with a spicy onion mixture with spices like fennel, cumin, turmeric and chilli powder. Usually, kachoris are served with coriander & mint and date & tamarind chutney.
Malpuas are another authentic food of Rajasthan. This delicious dish, prepared from flour, milk, khoya and added dry-fruits. Complimentary servings include Rabdi with Malpua. Malpuas from Pushkar are famous, especially on MakarSankranti.