most famous dishes from the state, no Rajasthani food is complete without D al Bati Churma. The round B atis dipped in ghee with Panchkuti dal and c hurma make for an appetizi
Rajasthani dishes without mentioning the crowd favourite, Laal Maas . This spicy dish gets its colour from the fiery red chillies. Best served with bajra rotis
A typical desert vegetable, Ker Sangri is a kind of a pickle. This tangy side dish goes well with B ajra roti.
All of us have had kadi fromMaharashtra, Punjab and Uttarakhand . The Rajasthani version is a pungent and spicy one which will give your taste buds a kick start.
No Rajasthani feast is complete without Churma Ladoos . These desi ghee ladoos served after dal bati are the most delicious sweets you could have. mouthwatering sweet ladoos are a must try
f there is a way to revisit your childhood memories then this halwa is it The hot piping halwa is your best budd especially during winters. Prepared with dry fruits, suji, sugar and ghee
instant pickle made of raw mangoes, this is a sure heat beater. It is prepared with fennel and nigella with sweet and sour gravy texture. Soft mango chunks are added to enhance flavour.
A version of kachori, Mawa Kachori is filled with dry fruits and khoya, deep fried and then dipped in sugar syrup. One must indulge in this dessert after lunch/dinner.
Balushahi is a traditional Rajasthani sweet dish. A flaky texture on the outside and sugar syrup inside, this is one sweet dish every sweet lover swears by.