Known for her work in Mohabbatein, Kim Sharma is one popular celebrity on social media. She is often seen vacationing in some picturesque locations with her boyfriend, tennis legend Leander Paes. The star, who we now know to be a foodie as well, often shares pictures and videos of her yummy food adventures. So, how did she celebrate Valentine's Day? For the special occasion, Kim decided to gorge on some lip-smacking Rajasthani food. Going by her Instagram posts, it seems like she is having a gala time during her stay at Rambagh Palace in Jaipur, with the love of her life. Not just that, she also gave us a glimpse of her mouth-watering food platter through Instagram Stories.
Kim Sharma relished a traditional Rajasthani dish named dal baatichurma, two kinds of flatbreads which appear to be jowar roti and missi roti. On the platter, we could also spot some salad along with a green chilli stuffed with masala. Besides this, there are a number of flavourful curries arranged around the plate. And, don't forget the raita topped with finely chopped vegetables. For the caption, Kim wrote, "Just the most spectacular love lunch at Rambagh Palace." She also tagged Leander Paes and added, "He knows the way to my heart is through my belly."
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If Kim Sharma's food platter left you craving some tasty Rajasthani food, take a look at these five popular recipes from the state. Also, you do not have to go to Rajasthan for this, rather, you can cook them up easily at home.
1) Daal Baati
This is the first thing that comes to our mind when we think of Rajasthani cuisine. This traditional dish from the state consists of fried balls made with dough, typically relished with a flavourful dal cooked with spices. This ghee-laden dish is wholesome by itself or can be paired with rice or roti.
This is yet another famous dish from Rajasthan but you can easily prepare it at home. For this, basically, you need to prepare gram flour dumplings and add them to a spicy desi curry cooked in a pool of homely spices. Pair it up with regular chapatis or white rice and enjoy your meal.
3) Veg Jaipuri
It's a nice and easy way to eat vegetables cooked with a bunch of spices. Its aromatic and rich texture can make you hungry instantly.
4) Malai Ghevar
Searching for something sweet that's interesting and tempting? Well, you can stop your search here. This Rajasthani malai ghevar is a heavenly disc-shaped dessert garnished with nuts. And we bet, once you have it, there's no going back. Try it out for your next big party.
This non-vegetarian dish is a classic from Rajasthan. It's fiery and one of the spiciest curries from North India. This would surely appeal to your tastebuds if you are a fan of all things spicy. After all, you really cannot go wrong with mutton, can you?
Do try the recipes at home and let us know which one you liked the most.