Laal maas is a fiery Rajasthani meat curry. Lamb cooked in a variety of masalas with a burst of red chillies.
Explore the authentic flavours of Rajasthani spices infused in juicy mutton pieces. This one will dazzle at your dinner table!
Chicken cooked Rajasthani style, with loads of chillies.
Choorma is a flour based traditional Rajasthani sweet. Ladoos made with whole wheat flour, gond and almonds.
Gatte ki sabzi is a very popular Rajasthani curry. Golden fried gattas made with gram flour, cooked in thick gravy.
Learn the nuances of Rajputana Khana from Aditya Bal. Here's the recipe of the sensational 'Rajasthani Gatte ki Sabzi'. Gattas made with besan dipped in a spicy gravy.
This delicious dessert is a Rajasthani delicacy popularly made during the festival of Teej. It is disc-shaped sweet made with all purpose flour and soaked in sugar syrup.
Kalmi Vadas are dep fried flour based munchies served with a zesty 'hari chutney'. Kalmi Vada is a popular Rajasthani snack.
Berries and beans are cooked with a variety of masalas to make this traditional Rajasthani dish.
Marinated meat cooked over low heat which gets its red color from peppers. A traditional Rajasthani mutton dish.
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The food in Jaipur reflects indigenous traditions that are complex. Rajasthani cuisine has churned the best from royal kitchens and is tailored to an arid existence.
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In a country like India where every region cooks up an elaborate menu, the best way to explore any regional cuisine would be to settle for a thali. It is an absolute delight to eat ...
Rajasthani cuisine has a unique charm to it. It is interesting to see how a state, where water is so precious, tactfully uses locally available ingredients to create some lip-smacking dishes.
This fiery ingredient brings alive a Kashmiri Rogan Josh, a Rajasthani Laal Maas, South India's much-loved rasam, Goa's famous vindaloo, and is widely accredited for creating some of the most piquant dips, chutneys and accompaniments.