Rajasthani Recipes

10 Impressive Combos Of Rajasthani Side Dishes To Make A Complete Meal

Tuesday, 14 March 2017 12:21

Food from Rajasthan stands out with foods that needs less reheating and made with locally available dry vegetables, lentils and vegetative parts of plants, along with plenty of mutton and chicken on their menus. Greener veggies and leafy greens are a rare inclusion in Rajasthani meal due to the water scarcity and seasonal rains. They have profuse vegetarian delicacies due to Marwari cuisine and is rich in non-vegetarian recipes due to the influence of the royal Rajput cuisine as well. A variety of side dishes make the heart of the meal since the regular meal of Rajasthan is elaborate.
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Besan Aur Mirch Ki Sabzi Recipe

Besan Aur Mirch Ki Sabzi Recipe

Tuesday, 15 November 2016 00:52

Besan Aur Mirch Ki Sabzi is a perfect side dish to serve along with your meal. In Rajasthan, it is usually made to serve along with Dal Baati. It can be made and stored in fridge for 2 to 3 days. Serve Besan Aur Mirch Ki Sabzi along with Rajasthani Dal Baati Churma for a holiday lunch with your friends and family. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Dry Vegetable Sabzi such as Kashmiri Style Turnip Tchat Goji Recipe Black Chana Masala Recipe Chatpata baby Potato Recipe
Gehun Ki Bikaneri Khichdi Recipe (Wheat Kernel And Moong Dal Khichdi)

Gehun Ki Bikaneri Khichdi Recipe (Wheat Kernel And Moong Dal Khichdi)

Tuesday, 08 November 2016 00:00

Gehun Ki Bikaneri Khichdi Recipe (Wheat Kernel And Moong Dal Khichdi) is a lentil preparation made by blending wheat kernel and moong dal in pressure cooker till it is well done. The Khichdi is then given a tempering with the Indian spice. The recipe hails from Bikaner as the name suggests which is a part of Rajasthan. It is the place where people prefer to eat wheat more than rice thus many of their dishes consists of wheat. This recipe is diabetic friendly as well as quick to make for a breakfast preparation. Serve the Gehun ki Bikaneri Khichdi along with Marwadi Gatte ki Kadhi Recipe for a wholesome lunch or dinner. If you are looking for more Khichdi recipes here are some of our favorites : Green Moong Dal Khichdi Recipe Khichdi Kadhi and Batata Nu Shaak ( The Classic Comfort Food of India) Khichdi With Fresh Spices Recipe
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Masala Khichia Recipe (Spicy Corn Flour Papad)

Masala Khichia Recipe (Spicy Corn Flour Papad)

Tuesday, 09 August 2016 00:17

Masala Khichia is a very popular dish on road side dhabas and Rajasthani households. It is very filling and easy to make. In this recipe, vegetable masala is put on the corn flour papad and then garnished it with fresh coriander. Serve Spicy Masala Khichia along with Panchmel Dal and Khooba Roti for as perfect Rajasthani meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Rajasthani recipes such as :  Rabodi Ki Sabzi Pitor Ki Sabzi Rajasthani Dal Baati Churma  
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Rajasthani Gunde Ka Achaar Recipe (Bird Lime Pickle)

Rajasthani Gunde Ka Achaar Recipe (Bird Lime Pickle)

Friday, 05 August 2016 00:20

Rajasthani Gunde Ka Achaar is the pickle made with bird lime. It is very popularly made in Rajasthani households and is served as a side dish/accompaniment along with their meals. Gunde Ka Achaar recipe also can be the savior when you do not have time to prepare sabzi for lunch box with rotis. Explore more of the Rajasthani Recipes here Rajasthani Khooba Roti Recipe Rajasthani Ghasela Recipe (Besan Ka Pitta) Rajasthani Gunde Ki Sabzi Recipe (Bird Lime Stir Fry) Rabodi Simla Mirch Ki Sabzi (Rajasthani Curry with Corn Papad)
Tangy Aam Ka Murabba Recipe

Tangy Aam Ka Murabba Recipe

Friday, 15 July 2016 00:21

Aam Ka Murabba is a fruit preserve that is made with raw totapuri mangoes. This tangy and yummy recipe is very popularly made in Rajasthan households and is eaten as a side dish to the main meal. Aam ka murabba is traditionally prepared with fruit, sugar and spices. This mango preserve can be served along with rice or Roti and Rajasthani gatte ki sabzi and Dal fry. If you like this recipe, you may also like to try Fig Honey & Paprika Preserve Recipe Aam Ka Chunda Recipe (Gujarati Sweet Mango Pickle) Spicy Tomato Pickle Recipe (South Indian Thakkali Thokku) Sweet And Sour Lemon Pickle Recipe
Published in Indian Chutney Recipes

Make Your Weekend Memorable With Majestic Rajasthani Lunch

Friday, 01 July 2016 12:10

Rajasthan has a rich heritage of royal bloodline and the Rajasthani cuisine is inspired by war zone foods and kingly foods. Usage of high dairy products and less water is seen, owing to the state’s arid climate. Milk, buttermilk or ghee are included in almost all the Rajasthani recipes. Use of bajra, gram flour, jowar, can be observed widely. Rajasthani thali is generously spiced and garnished. Honouring guests is a part of their culture and they regard it as a high value to be a perfect host.
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Lilve Ki Sabzi Recipe (Green Chickpea Curry)

Lilve Ki Sabzi Recipe (Green Chickpea Curry)

Friday, 01 July 2016 00:32

People from Rajasthan make different types of dishes using green chickpeas but Lilve Ki Sabzi is quite popular in almost all the households which is usually served with chapatis. Serve Lilve Ki Sabzi with hot steamed rice and rotis for a weekend meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Rajasthani recipes as well, Rabodi Ki Sabzi Pitor Ki Sabzi Panchmel Dal  
Rajasthani Sev Tamatar Ki Sabzi Recipe

Rajasthani Sev Tamatar Ki Sabzi Recipe

Friday, 27 May 2016 00:00

Rajasthani Sev Tamatar Ki Sabzi is one of those delicacies of Rajasthan which is very popular and is served on the road side dhabas. It is made with tomato and onion gravy with a twist of spicy sev in it. This dish is made differently in Gujarat which is a bit sweet but the Rajasthani style is a spicy recipe. It is a perfect recipe when you want something delicious and you are out of vegetables. Serve Rajasthani Sev Tamatar Ki Sabzi with phulka or it is served with Moti roti on the road side dhabas. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Rajasthani recipes as well. Pitor Ki Sabzi Panchmel Dal Rabodi Ki Sabzi
Arbi Ka Saag Recipe

Arbi Ka Saag Recipe

Thursday, 19 May 2016 00:18

Arbi Ka Saag is a spicy and delicious curd based gravy which is very famous among the Rajasthani households. Due to its unique taste, it can also be served during weekend dinner or lunch parties. Serve Arbi Ka Saag with Phulkas or Steamed rice for a weekday lunch or dinner. You can also try other Gravy based recipes such as Oriya Special Dalma South Indian Style Vegetable Kurma Amtekai Gojju  

12 Delicious Rajasthani Recipes That You Can Cook In Your Kitchen

Wednesday, 30 March 2016 00:44

Rajasthan is a land of royals which is famous for its culture and traditions. This state is unique and distinctive in its own way because of its delicious cuisine. The people in Rajasthan love to eat and it is clearly evident in the preparation of their food. From Dal Bati to Pyaaz Kachori to Ghevar, there are dishes for every meal which is so delicious that you get hungry even seeing a glimpse of it.
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7 Kadhi Recipes You Must Try From Across Regional Indian Cuisines

Wednesday, 30 March 2016 00:35

With India’s cultural diversity, the country has more regional cuisines than the total number of states. When it comes to Indian food, we have a wide variety of regional recipes that are delicious, mouth-watering and flavourful. It is also very interesting to note that food in these cuisines are so similar in the food groups but vary in the method of preparation and the spices used.  With this similarity and difference, between our regional Indian recipe, we bring you the variations of Kadhi you can try in your kitchen which is spread across cuisines in India. Give these recipes a try in your kitchen and you will be pleasantly surprised with their similarities and differences.
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Rabodi Ki Sabzi Recipe

Rabodi Ki Sabzi Recipe

Wednesday, 23 March 2016 00:11

Rabodi Ki Sabzi is one of the oldest traditional dish from Rajasthani cuisine. Rabodi is made from buttermilk and makai. When makkai is in season and available in plenty, people make this rabodi and store it in air tight containers. To cope up with harsh climate conditions in Rajasthan, people make this rabodi and use it when there is scarcity of vegetables to cook. Rabodi Ki Sabzi is simply rabodi soaked in water until tender and cooked in curd with other basic Indian masalas. You can serve this rabodi ki sabzi with rotis and rice. As it is made of makai and buttermilk, it is very healthy. A simple, delicious and healthy Marwari dish than can be whipped up in 20 minutes. Look out for rabodi in some super market or in Rajasthani specialised stores. Serve Rabodi Ki Sabzi with Phulkas or steamed rice for a healthy lunch or dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Rajasthani recipes like Rajasthani Dal Baati Churma Rajasthani Kanji Vada Panchmel Dal Rajasthani Gatte Ki Sabzi  
Baked Whole Wheat Masala Baati Recipe (Healthy Rajasthani Spiced Wheat Dumplings)

Baked Whole Wheat Masala Baati Recipe (Healthy Rajasthani Spiced Wheat Dumplings)

Sunday, 06 December 2015 00:33

Baked Whole Wheat Masala Baati is a traditional Rajasthani recipe for a crusty baked dumpling-shaped cookie made of whole wheat kneaded together with spices. It has a fascinating origin, dating back to the ancient days when soldiers ate it as a staple war-time sustenance. During those days grains like wheat, jowar, bajra were a part of everyday meal. So soldiers would bury the prepared dough into smaller chunks and place it underground. The blistering heat of Rajasthan, with the sun beating down on the earth would cook the dumplings, and by the time the soldiers returned after a long dar’s war, they would have perfectly earth-baked abates ready for a meal. These days, it is eaten crushed, along with Panchmel Dal, greens, chutney and pickle too. This recipe of Whole Wheat Masala Baati is is a zesty and wholesome take on traditional baatis and are made using Chakki Atta - Vivatta. These are best eaten by dipping them in ghee. If you are calorie conscious, you can have it with Panchmel Dal, with just a light drizzle of ghee. Divine, either way. Some other popular whole wheat Indian recipes you can try are Tofu & Capsicum Paratha, Stuffed Makai Paratha and Healthy Vegetable Paratha Rolls.
Churma Ladoo Recipe (Atta/Whole Wheat Ladoo)

Churma Ladoo Recipe (Atta/Whole Wheat Ladoo)

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 08:51

Churma Ladoo is one of the most wholesome and delicious ladoos you could make at home, and what better way than to make it for festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. A very traditional ladva or ladoo, this Rajasthani speciality is made for Lord Ganesha on this festive day. The Churma Ladoo also makes an excellent snack for adults and school going children giving an instant energy. Although this recipe among the many sweets, takes time and patience to make, the end result is delectable and makes all the effort worth it. So prepare yourself and make sure you have ample time in your hands before beginning the sweet-making process. Serve the Churma Ladoo Recipe (Atta/Whole Wheat Ladoo) as a healthy evening snack  for your kids or you can serve it during any festive season. Some other popular Ganesh Chaturthi Sweets you can add to your annual sweet-making are :  Maharashtrian Karanji, Chocolate Modaks and Besan Ladoo.
Haldi Ki Sabzi Recipe (Fresh Turmeric Root Vegetable)

Haldi Ki Sabzi Recipe (Fresh Turmeric Root Vegetable)

Friday, 04 January 2013 12:31

Haldi Ki Sabzi Recipe is an authentic Rajasthani winter dish. In this recipe, fresh Haldi (turmeric) is grated and simmered with spices and yogurt gravy. The addition of black pepper along with the garam masala powder and the twist with curry leaves. Serve Haldi Ki Sabzi Recipe (Fresh Turmeric Root Vegetable) with Phulkas, and your choice of Pulao recipe. Did You know: Turmeric has been in use since antiquity for its anti-inflammatory, anti-flatulent and anti-microbial properties.Turmeric contains very good amounts of minerals like calcium, iron, potassium, manganese, copper, zinc, and magnesium. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that helps controlling heart rate and blood pressure. Fresh root contains very good levels of vitamin-C. Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin and a powerful natural anti-oxidant, which helps the body develop immunity against infectious agents, and remove harmful free oxygen radicals. If you like this recipe, take a look at other similar recipes like Hara Chana Masala Recipe Goan Moolyacho Ross Recipe (Goan Radish Curry) Matar Keema Recipe (Green Peas Gravy With Vegetables) Oriya Style Moong Dalma Recipe (No Onion No Garlic)

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