Dal Bati Churma - Traditional Food of Rajasthan. A few common ingredients are beans, lentils, gram flour, corn, barley, millet, bajra, bread and dairy products
Rajasthan’s signature sweet dish called Badam ka Halwa. Made with the royal touch of soaked almonds, ground and stewed in fineness of desi ghee, this dish is bound to leave hot serve
Pyaaz Ki Kachori A common breakfast snack from Rajasthan, pyaaz ki kachoris are yummy kachoris stuffed with onions, spices and garnished with chutneys and dahi.
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 .
Balushahi is the name in North India. It resembles closely to glazed doughnuts without holes. The soft, sweet and delicious sweet gets you drooling
One of the most common parts of the non-vegetarian platter, Laal maas owes its colour to the hot red chillies. The meat is cooked in hot gravy of tomatoes, chillies and sizzling spices.
Rajasthan is also famous for its soft and delicious Mawa-dish called kalakand. An ancient sweet dish, Alwar's Kalakand stands apart as a heavenly delicacy.
Rajasthan has a variety of Gatte preparations. Shahi Gatte or Masala gatte are Gattes covered with spicy gravy. Gatte pulao are a festive preparation, served with Mangodi ki Daal or Kadhi.
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