Top 10 Famous Foods Of Rajasthan - Jaipur Masala Company

Top 10 Famous Foods Of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is famous for its colourful textiles, vibrant culture, and intricate handicraft. But did you know that the state also has delicious cuisine? The dynamic political history, dry climate, and limited resources of Rajasthan have led to the creation of a special cuisine full of multicoloured and mouth-watering dishes.

So, if you haven't tried out the most famous food of Rajasthan yet, it's time to change that! So, to get you started, this blog lists the top 10 famous foods of Rajasthan that you must try out today. Let's dig in!

The top 10 Rajasthani dishes

Here are the ten most delicious dishes from the cuisine of Rajasthan that you must not miss when trying Rajasthani food-

  • Dal Baati Choorma

    daal baati choorma
    The Rajasthani Dal Baati Choorma is one of the most popular dishes in the cuisine of Rajasthan that includes three savoury items. The sweet choorma, spicy Daal, and fried Baati create a flurry of flavours that will leave you licking your fingers!

  • Gatte Ki Sabzi

    gatte ki sabzi
    This gravy-based dish includes gram flour (besan) roundels added to a gravy derived from curd. The soft besan dumplings mixed with the vibrant and spicy gravy result in a unique taste you will remember. 

  • Ker Sangri

    ker sangri

    Ker Sangri is a special Rajasthani delicacy made using dried Ker berries and Sangri beans derived from Rajasthan's short Sangri trees. It can be prepared quickly and easily using Ker berries, Sangri beans, curd, and various spices. 

  • Papad Ki Sabzi

    papad ki sabzi
    Papad ki sabzi is a staple in Rajasthani homes. This Rajasthani recipe includes mixing turmeric, coriander and fenugreek in a rich curd-based gravy and cooked papad. This unique union of crispy papad and tangy curry is a must-try.

  • Lal Maas

    laal maas
    This is a non-vegetarian dish prepared by adding mutton to a sauce of yoghurt, garlic, and various hot spices. You can combine Lal Maas with fresh chapatis or naans to complete a wholesome meal. 

  • Junglee Maas

    junglee maas
    Junglee Maas is a traditional mutton dish prepared by slowly cooking mutton in a mixture of ghee, whole red chillies, raw salt, and water. The slow cooking brings out the complex natural flavours, and the dish goes very well with naans or chapatis.

  • Ghevar

    ghevarGhevar is a disc-shaped sweet made through a careful mix of ghee, flour, and sugar syrup. This crispy sweet is amongst the most famous Rajasthani sweets.

    It is also traditionally linked with festivals such as Teej and Raksha Bandhan.

  • Pyaaz Kachori

    kachoriThis is a fried pastry or kachori made of flour and spicy onion filling. It brings out the natural onion taste with a spicy tang in a crispy casing. Pyaaz Kachori is very popular as an all-occasion snack in Rajasthan and the rest of India.

  • Rajasthani Kadi

    rajasthani kadi
    This spicy curry is prepared by adding various spices, salt, and green chilli to a mix of gram flour and yoghurt. It is a great side dish that is especially popular in winter.

  • Jodhpuri Mirchi Vada

    mirchi vada
    The Jodhpuri Mirchi bada is a spicy Rajasthani dish consisting of chilli, potato, and cauliflower stuffing fried in a batter of besan. This famous food of Jaipur is served hot with tomato, mint, or tamarind sauce to create the ultimate blend of spicy flavours in soft morsels.

Ready to enjoy Rajasthani food?

Treat yourself to these delectable Rajasthani food items, and let us know your experience. If you wish to create these items at home with trusted ingredients, make sure to use the right Masala!

We suggest going for a 100% natural and homemade masala, such as the Garam Masala from Jaipur Masala Company, which brings out the authentic Rajasthani flavour without using any harmful chemicals or preservatives.

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