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Rajasthani recipes





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Perhaps due to the royal heritage of the region, or due to the unique characteristics of the cuisine brought about by the region’s extreme climate and rare vegetation, Rajasthani cuisine is quite different from all other cuisines and is very fascinating too! Rajasthani food is usually spicy and makes use of loads of ghee, without which no dish is complete. Heart-warming meal combos like the Dal-Baati-Churma and other specialties like Panchmel ki Subzi , Gehun ki Bikaneri Khichdi and Mangodi ki Dal are popular all over the country and this section shows you how to recreate the magic in your own kitchen.

Dal-Baati-Churma 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 such traditional combination. Fresh baatis drowned in piping hot dal is a perfect accompaniment for churma.

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Recipe# 3568
26 Nov 12

 
Dahi Bhindi ki Subji by Tarla Dalal
Here's a great way to enjoy a Rajasthani delicacy that is simply sumptuous and low in calories. Choose young and tender bhindis for this recipe that will cook quickly. Above all, the rich and fascinating aroma is so tempting that you won't feel that you're eating low calorie food.
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Recipe# 3877
19 Apr 15

 
Palak Mangodi by Tarla Dalal
Jodhpuris are extremely fond of moong dal mangodis, which they cook in a variety of ways. Their food includes a lot of greens, so that is perhaps how this combination came about. Mangodis tossed in a spicy spinach gravy makes a mouth-watering Palak Mangodi subzi. You can make mangodis very easily at ....
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Recipe# 3915
19 Apr 15

 
Badam ka Halwa by Tarla Dalal
A delicacy rooted in Indian tradition, Badam Halwa is indispensable for celebrations of any kind. It is good to have on normal days too! Infact, grandmas unfailingly advice their grandchildren to have a spoonful of this wholesome halwa every morning, all through the winter. This is one delicious mor ....
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Recipe# 3856
03 Feb 16

 
Matar ki Kachori, Rajasthani Vatana Kachori, Green Peas Kachori 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 ....
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Recipe# 3857
17 Mar 17

 
Kalmi Vada, Rajashtani Kalmi Vada 
by Tarla Dalal
A perfect accompaniment for tea on a cold winter’s day, this Rajasthani delicacy is also surprisingly very easy to prepare. Made with a coarsely blended batter of chana dal, perked up with green chillies, onions, dhania seeds, etc., Kalmi Vada has a wonderf ....
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Recipe# 3866
19 Apr 15

 
Papad Mangodi ki Subzi by Tarla Dalal
What a match – moong dal mangodi and urad dal papads! When this wholesome and tasty combo meets tangy curds and an assortment of spice powders, you get a spicy, tongue-tickling subzi. A simple tempering of mustard and cumin seeds imparts an irresistible aroma to the Papad Mangodi ki Subzi. Add the p ....
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Recipe# 3896
19 Apr 15

 
Gehun ki Bikaneri Khichdi 
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 ....
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Recipe# 3865
19 Apr 15

 
Gavarfali ki Subzi ( Rajasthani) 
by Tarla Dalal
A nice and soft subzi with the strong flavour of curds, the Gavarfali ki Subzi has a well-balanced flavour that is soothing yet spicy. Add a little baking soda while cooking the cluster beans to retain its colour, and also to ensure that it is well cooked. The combination of cumin and fennel seeds i ....
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Recipe# 38881
23 Sep 13

 
Bejar Roti by Tarla Dalal
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Bejar roti is a traditional rajasthani bread enjoyed hot with a subzi made of veggies or paneer. It can also be served with dal or kadhi. Made of three wholesome flours, this protein-rich roti also provides a lot of energy and dietary fibre, making it very healthy fare. It is spiced mildly with cumi ....
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Recipe# 3637
19 Apr 15

 
Ker Sangri by Tarla Dalal
A delightful bean and berry combo unique to Rajasthan, Ker Sangri is a traditional, spicy subzi made with the ker berry and the sangri bean. Cooked simply and easily with common ingredients like red chillies, carom seeds and a couple of spice powders. Ker Sangri is nevertheless extremely tasty, leav ....
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Recipe# 3876
19 Apr 15

 
Ker Aur Kismis by Tarla Dalal
A simple but superbly flavoured dish. Ker (desert berries), raisins and khoya (mava) are mildly spiced, so as to retain the delicate flavour of the ingredients. Prepare Ker aur Kismis as close to serving time as possible. Serve immediately with bajra or makai rotis.
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Recipe# 22804
04 Nov 16

 
Arbi Subzi by Tarla Dalal
A unique preparation of colocassia, which is easy and quick to make but very, very tasty. In this subzi, roundels of cooked arbi are tossed with a mixture of spices and beaten rice, which gives the subzi an appealing flavour and a mild, pleasant crunch too. To prepare this easily, cook the arbi in a ....
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Recipe# 3914
19 Apr 15

 
Moong Dal Halwa by Tarla Dalal
A classic recipe that is relished throughout Rajasthan during the winter months, as it is supposed to keep the body warm and protect it from the bitter winter cold. It is considered to be auspicious, and is often prepared during Holi, Diwali and weddings too. It takes a long time and lots of patienc ....
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Recipe# 3904
19 Apr 15

 
Aam Aur Chane ka Achaar ( Rajasthani) by Tarla Dalal
Quick-fixes are there for every dish, from soups to pickles. However, the slow and steady method, although laborious, is often the tastiest. You will realise this truth when, after waiting for seven days, you first relish a spoonful of this delicious Aam aur Chane ka Achaar. A typical Rajasthani pic ....
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 on 14 Feb 15 05:58 PM


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Tarla Dalal    Thanks Kavita, we are delighted you liked the collection of Rajasthani recipes.
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24 Jun 17 10:34 AM