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15 Of Rajasthan's Best Dishes That Will Give You An Instant Foodgasm!

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HolidayIQ Travellers list 15 dishes from Rajasthan that will make you drool instantly.

15 Of Rajasthan's Best Dishes That Will Give You An Instant Foodgasm!:

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1. Dal Bati Churma


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One of the most famous dishes from the state, no Rajasthani food is complete without Dal Bati ChurmaThe round Batis dipped in ghee with Panchkuti dal and churma make for an appetizing combination. “If you want to try best dal bati, which is called to be the Rajasthani delicacy, then Santosh Bojanalya near the railway station is the place,” says HolidayIQ Traveller Girish.

2. Lal Maas


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Dig into this fiery mutton curry from Rajasthan. Best served with bajra rotis, this dish with plain rice won't disappoint you. HolidayIQ Traveller Laloo says, “Rajasthani lal maas that we had was incredible.” Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Navneeth, “If you are a non-vegetarian make sure to try their local cuisine Laal Maas (Mutton curry).”

3. Papad Ki Sabzi


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HolidayIQ Traveller Qamrul Huda says, “The Rajasthani food in the restaurant was really good, but cook need to improve on other cuisines. I tried papad and payaj ki sabji which was really good.”

4. Mangori Ki Sabzi


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Unti, a city situated in Rajasthan, is also quite renowned for its traditional Rajasthani cuisine with dishes like Dal-Bati, Khata, Gatta ki Sabzi, Pakodi, Mangodi and Papad, along with specially prepared red chilli peppers, yogurt and milk.

5. Makki ki Raab


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This dish is loved by all during winters. There are 2/3 versions of raab. Makki ki Raab is made from ingredients which could be easily found in this tough desert region. It can be called as ‘sour corn soup’. But unlike soups it is followed after the meals may it be dinner or lunch. It is hot, sour and tempting. It is prepared by mixing and blending boiled corn with sour butter milk (chachh). 

6. Doodh Feeni


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HolidayIQ Traveller Vivek Malpani says, “We had little snacks ie Ghewer and some Feeni with milk. This is a very famous Marwari dish, full of carbohydrates.”

7. Ker Sangri


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A typical desert vegetable, Ker Sangri is a kind of a pickle. This tangy side dish goes well with bajra roti. HolidayIQ Traveller Guru from Chandigarh says, “Famous Rajasthani dishes, which are extremely popular and sought-after in Jaipur include dal-bati churma, besan ka gatta, mawa kachori, pyaaz ki kachori and the famous ker sangri. Jaipur cuisine is known for its unique combination of spices.”

8. Balushahi


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HolidayIQ Traveller Adarsh Kumar says, “When you are there make it sure to eat the famous BALUSHAHI (a typical sweets).”

9. Gatte ki Khichdi


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HolidayIQ Traveller Sushant Wadhwa says, “I went for dessert, if you can stay for one night in camps it would be a good experience. Chokhi Dhani-Try Gatte ki sabzi available at any good local restaurant.”

10. Pakoda Kadhi


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The highlight of the Rajasthani Pakoda Kadhi is the addition of crisp and fresh besan pakodas! This imparts a chewy, crunchy dimension to the kadhi. HolidayIQ Traveller Junkie says, “The food, especially the Kadhi Pakoda (which was not there in the menu, but they made it on request) was delicious and piping hot when served.” Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Arun Kher, “It is a foodies place with Janta and Jodhpur sweets for the famous pyaz kachori, Ghevar, Mirchi ka pakoda.”

11. Aam ki Launji


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An 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 the flavour.

12. Mawa & Pyaj Kachori


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HolidayIQ Traveller Sandeep says, "Very Good destination as it provides overall look of the Mall culture.An educational hub and full of Historic places. Kachories are World Famous. You will not find Kachori of Kota anywhere else. If you come to Kota then  go to have Daal Kachori of Ratan Namkeen, Near Naya Pura ( Kota Bus Stand)." Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Amogh Tanwar, “Simple fun with lot of food. The freshly prepared ghevar were beyond anything that I had. The samosa and kachori were a different experience.

13. Ghewar


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"Check out paneer ghewar at Laxmi Misthan Bhandar” says HolidayIQ Traveller Subarna from Kolkata. Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Srikant, “Plenty of eateries - sweet shops, chaat corners, besides the usual restaurants. We were recommended to try out Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar and their famous sweet, the ghewar.”

14. Sohan Halwa


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HolidayIQ Traveller Anu Sindhwani says, “The major attraction that Jaipur now holds is Choki Dhani, the artificial village site created to give the tourists a flavour of Rajasthani village life. A ticket to this place costs 650 INR inclusive of food and is well worth the cost paid. From experiencing camel rides to tribal dances and magic shows, this place offers you scrumptious food, mewari food that is, dal bati, kari, rice, badam ka halwa and much more. Beware if you say you cant eat anymore the serving guys will pile u on with more and more food.”

15. Dilkhushal


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HolidayIQ Traveller Ramesh Mehta says, “Moreover, one can enjoy Kachori - Mirchi Vada at every single corner of Jodhpur. You can enjoy exclusive sweets like phini, ghevar, jalebi, rabdi and a lot more at Jodhpur Sweets, Janta Sweets.”

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