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.
Treat your taste buds and delight everyone at home with Royal Rajasthani meal during this weekend for a scrumptious lunch and enjoy the flavourful and rich lunch of Rajasthani cuisine. Choose from our selection of appetizers, main course, accompaniments, and desserts.
The Baatis are made from whole wheat flour, sooji, and ghee with the addition of ajwain that adds to the delicious flavor of the baati. Baked Multigrain Italian Flavoured Mathri is a crunchy and savory snack that is traditionally eaten in Rajasthan with spicy pickles. Steaming hot spicy Pyaaz ki Kachori, in a circular shape are available in maximum namkeen shops of the state.
Besan is used along with the basic vegetables like onions and capsicum to create Besan Capsicum Ki Sabzi which is a balanced healthy meal. Rajasthani Sev Tamatar Ki Sabzi is one of those delicacies of Rajasthan which is very popular and is served on the road side dhabas. Pitor Ki Sabzi is a traditional Rajasthani curry of shallow fried chickpea dumplings in spicy yogurt gravy. Pitor ki Sabzi is very easy to cook but it needs a little technique to get the perfect pitor. Panchmel Dal also known as Panchkuti is a traditional Rajasthani dal recipe. Laal Maas is a fiery meat curry which is made with the combination of Kashmiri red chillies and other popular spices of Rajasthan. Hare Chane Ka Pulao is an easy, quick and light on stomach recipe which you can prepare in less than 30 minutes. Missi Roti is delectable flatbread from Rajasthan that is made from gram flour and spiced with green chilies and flavored with black salt and ginger. Rajasthani Khooba Rotis are made with wheat flour and ghee.
Lahsun Ki Chutney recipe is also a staple among the villages of Rajasthan and Gujarat where they have it along with bhajra ka rotla. Kacche Aam ki Launji (Raw Mango Launji) is the most famous combination of sweet and tangy flavours with kalaunji, fennel seeds and fenugreek seeds. Dhaniya Pudina Chutney also known as the Green/Hari Chutney with green chillies, ginger and lemon and a dash of sugar.
As a customary practice during festivals and gathering, the sweet dessert is fed in certain parts of Rajasthan before the main course of the meal. Gujiya is festive dish with sugar syrup to add gujiyas, but also adds a flavour to it. Badusha or Balushahi is a recipe for a crunchy sweetened Indian doughnut-like dessert. The Shahi Badam Halwa is rich Indian dessert that is made from fresh whole almonds is sure to win your heart.