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Rajasthani Traditional Combinations recipes


Last Updated : Nov 12,2018



Rajasthani Traditional Recipes, Combinations

Rajasthan specializes not only in their unique choice of ingredients and indigenous ways of cooking but also in serving up the dishes inappropriate, well-balanced combos. These traditional combos usually combine sweet and spicy treats of different textures, so that the overall effect is nothing short of divine! Relish the Rajasthani treats the way the locals do, in combinations like Chana Dal aur Gur Chawal, Dal Baati Churma, Raabdi with Bajra Roti,etc.

Masala-BaatiMasala Baati

Baatis are small dough balls deep-fried or baked to perfection, they are served along with dal that acts as a savory accompaniment and churma which is a sweet crumble. The combination of Dal Bati Churma tastes heavenly. You can even perk up this combination by making Masala Baati. Moreover, you can enjoy masala baati as it is because they are more or less like kachoris. If you are health conscious then we have a Baked Masala Baati variant too.

Raabdi-with-Bajra-RotiRaabdi with Bajra Roti

Don’t get confused between Rabdi and Raabdi, they both are way too different. Rajasthani people consume millets like Bajra as they provide warmth to the body. The combination of Baajra Roti with raabdi makes use of a handful of ingredients and is sure to delight your taste buds.

Mogar-Aur-Chasni-ChawalMogar Aur Chasni Chawal

Apart from this, Rajasthanis even make sweet rice. They sweeten them either by using jaggery or sugar. This meetha chawal are served along with different dal preparations. The combo of Chana Dal aur Gur Chawal and Mogar Aur Chasni Chawal is tongue-tickling. Try your hands on these authentic Rajasthani combinations and share with us your feedback.


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Dal Baati Churma
Recipe# 3645
01 Dec 18

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 by Tarla Dalal
This three-in-one treat is a typical Rajasthani treat. The Rajasthanis specialise in serving sweet and savoury dishes in combinations that steal the heart and delight the taste buds. A platter of semi-sweet Churma, spicy Dal and deep-fried Baati, is one ....
Pyaaz ki Kachori
Recipe# 3636
15 Nov 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
These kachoris probably originated in Jodhpur but are today popular throughout Rajasthan. Very few households actually prepare these crisp, flaky deep-fried kachoris stuffed with an onion filling. Steaming hot Pyaaz ki Kachoris or Aloo Pyaaz ki Kachoris are sold at most 'namkeen' shops in Rajast ....
Matar ki Kachori, Rajasthani Vatana Kachori, Green Peas Kachori
Recipe# 3856
02 Oct 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Delicious to the core, that’s what this Matar ki Kachori is! You would never have, really, tasted a kachori with such a flavourful filling. Crushed green peas are pepped up with a rather snazzy assortment of spices, of which nigella seeds really stands out, with its prominent flavour. You will ....
Gaund Ke Ladoo
Recipe# 3909
27 Sep 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Gaund is an edible gum, extracted from the bark of a tree. Pale, brownish yellow coloured crystals of gaund are easily available in shops. You first need to deep-fry the crystals till they fluff up and then powder them before use in recipes. Gaund is a heat-giving food that is heartily devoured in R ....
Bajra Khichdi (  Rajasthani)
Recipe# 3894
27 Sep 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
When one thinks of homely food, khichdi is the first option that comes to mind. A wholesome khichdi can warm your heart and make you comfortable after a long and busy day, and this sumptuous Bajra Khichdi is sure to live up to your expectations. Rajasthanis use more of millets like bajra than rice, ....
Rajasthani Pakoda Kadhi
Recipe# 3882
27 Sep 18

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by Tarla Dalal
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 making it more satiating. You will also find this kadhi to be more flavourful, as it uses a wider selection of spices than normal, everyday kadhi recipe ....
Chana Dal Aur Gur Chawal
Recipe# 3907
19 Apr 15

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Chana Dal aur Gur Chawal is a sumptuous combination of spicy chana dal served with aromatic jaggery-sweetened rice. The gur chawal imbibes the flavour and aroma of fennel and cardamom beautifully, in such a way that it kindles ones appetite. It is such a lip-smacking meal you are sure to over-eat, b ....
Gatte ki Subzi
Recipe# 4344
02 Oct 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Gram flour dumplings flavoured with dry spices, steamed and then dunked into a yoghurt based curry is a traditional Rajasthani speciality. Enjoy this dish either with puris or steamed rice.
Gehun ki Bikaneri Khichdi
Recipe# 3896
27 Sep 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Rice not being native to Rajasthan, the people there prefer to use wheat, bajra and jowar even for making typical rice dishes like khichdi and raab. This is one such innovative khichdi recipe adapted to use wheat. Hailing from Bikaner, as the name suggests, the Gehun ki Bikaneri Khichdi is a wholeso ....
Kanji Vada,  Rajasthani Kanji Vada
Recipe# 3861
27 Sep 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
This is a marwari delicacy of moong dal vadas immersed in tangy mustard flavoured liquid. The 'kanji' or 'rai ka pani' as it is known needs to be prepared a day in advance so that all the flavours mellow down. The vadas are added the following day. Kanji vadas are a popular snack sold on the str ....
Khoba Roti, Rajasthani Khoba Roti
Recipe# 3640
27 Sep 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
This Indian bread truly unravels the mystery of the vast desert expanse. The word 'khoba' means indentation or cavity and that is how these rotis are prepared. They are best cooked in a gas tandoor but an ordinary Tava ....
Gavarfali ki Sukhi Subzi (  Rajasthani)
Recipe# 3871
27 Sep 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Is it the magic of our Indian everyday spices, or the methods of preparation, that make the Gavarfali ki Sukhi Subzi so delicious? Find out for yourself! A masaledar preparation of cluster beans, made with common ingredients you are sure to have in your kitchen, like ginger, green chillies, cumin se ....
Dal Banjari
Recipe# 3884
27 Sep 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
The intense flavour of urad dal with its skin on is simply brilliant compared to the relatively bland de-skinned version. Together with chana dal and an assortment of spices, green chillies and onions, it transforms into a delicious dal that will make you lick your fingers! It is better to serve the ....
Gatte ka Pulao,  Rajasthani Gatte Ka Pulao
Recipe# 3895
27 Sep 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Bengal gram is abundantly used in Rajasthani cooking because it grows in plenty in the arid desert conditions. Besan made from Bengal gram is used to make rotis, gatta, mithai a ....
Masala Baati, Rajasthani Masala Baati
Recipe# 3905
22 Jan 16

 
 by Tarla Dalal
A Rajasthani meal without baati is considered incomplete! Understandably, there are several traditional as well as innovative and new recipes of baati that are prepared in the region. Here is a lip-smacking version of Masala Baati made with a flavourful ....
Baked Masala Baati
Recipe# 39658
20 Sep 14

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Dal, Baati and Churma – the combo is synonymous with Rajasthani cuisine. Here is a delicious Baked Masala Baati, made of whole wheat flour and stuffed with a flavourful green peas stuffing. The interesting twist here is that the baati is baked, reducing the oil requirement and also making it easy to ....
Mangodi ki Dal
Recipe# 3881
27 Sep 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Since fresh vegetables are rare in the deeper dessert regions of Rajasthan, it is common to cook dals and subzis with dried and preserved vegetables or dal dumplings. Combined with the right amount of spices, and typically cooked with ghee, these transform into mouth-watering fare, as in the case of ....
Mogar Aur Chasni Chawal
Recipe# 3906
19 Apr 15

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Rajasthani food tends to be a bit spicy at times, which is probably why Rajasthanis like to combine sweet and savoury foods, to achieve a balanced effect. Mogar and Chasni Chawal is a fine example of this, wherein spicy moong dal or mogar is eaten along with chasni or sweetened rice. Neither dish wo ....
Raabdi with Bajra Roti
Recipe# 3908
19 Apr 15

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Rajasthani cuisine amazes us by its simple yet mouthwatering foods. Despite using minimal ingredients, and often without any fresh veggies or greens, the Rajasthanis are able to make wholesome and delicious accompaniments for their rotis and rice. The Raabdi, served with Bajra Roti, is one such exam ....
Meva Bati, Rajasthani Mawa Bati Recipe
Recipe# 2855
27 Sep 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Meva Bati is a rich North Indian mithai made by stuffing a mava based dough with a rich mixture of nuts and mava, and deep-frying the delicate, stuffed balls till golden brown. These Meva Batis are then soaked in sugar syrup for a while and served warm. You will love the crispness, balanced sw ....
Mawa Kachori, Khoya Kachori, Mawa Sweet Samosa
Recipe# 3648
27 Sep 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Jodhpur is famous for its Mawa Kachoris. Rich dry fruit and mawa (khoya) stuffed crisp deep- fried kachoris are coated in sugar syrup. These kachoris are a welcome treat at any time of the day. These sweet kachoris are often called "gujjias" and are a "must have" for the
Rajasthani Shahi Raj-kachori
Recipe# 34132
16 Apr 18

 
 
by Palak Rajput
Rajasthani Shahi Raj-Kachori, stuffed katchori with potato and sprout filling and served with curd, chutney and sev.
Methi ki Bati with Kadhi
Recipe# 39352
20 Jun 14

 
 
by Ankita Mohit Pandit
We can have this with green chuney also..it tastes yummeee. This is my Mom's recipe.I have tasted it at her place and thought to be share with You. Please try this,it tastes delicious.
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