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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# 3647
19 Apr 15

 
Churma by Tarla Dalal
Dal-baati is incomplete without the quintessential "Churma". Churma is made using coarsely ground wheat flour, besan or maize flour. The most celebrated of all is the wheat flour churma that can be is shaped into laddus. I discovered that the more ghee you add to the churma mixture, the easier it i ....
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Recipe# 3007
09 Apr 17

 
Tikkar, Rajathani Roti by Tarla Dalal
Unleavened rotis of wheat and maize flour, Tikkar is a mouth-watering delicacy from the dessert province of Rajasthan. Cooked with ghee, this crisp bread is wonderfully flavoured with ginger, garlic, onions, and more, which makes it enough to serve it with a simple accompaniment of curds and pic ....
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Recipe# 3881
19 Apr 15

 
Mangodi ki Dal 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 ....
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Recipe# 3855
19 Apr 15

 
Stuffed Dahi Vada by Tarla Dalal
Making Stuffed Dahi Vadas is an absolutely satisfying way to spend a Sunday afternoon! Traditional urad vada batter is innovatively stuffed with cashews and raisins before deep-frying. When soaked in water, topped with curds, and garnished with spice powders, the stuffed vadas end up as a toothsome ....
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Recipe# 4982
19 May 16

 
Kairi ka Jaljeera, Raw Mango Jal Jeera by Tarla Dalal
This is one drink that will shake you awake even when you are dog tired on a hot summer’s day! Made with raw mangoes, coriander, mint and spice powders, this Kairi ka Jaljeera tastes similar to pani puri ka pani, and is absolutely refreshing when served chilled.
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Recipe# 22164
23 Mar 13

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Rajasthani Dal by Tarla Dalal
Rajasthani delicacies are traditionally laden with ghee but not to worry, for here is a healthier version! chana dal helps to thicken the dal and imparts body to the dish. Add amchur as per your taste, more if you like it sour, else just a little.
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Recipe# 3888
19 Apr 15

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Missi Roti, Rajasthani Missi Roti 
by Tarla Dalal
These are a regular part of a Rajasthani meal and sometimes variations are made by adding methi leaves or coriander leaves to flavour the dough. Missi Rotis are eaten throughout the year except in the winters when bajra rotis are preferred. Serve these w ....
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Recipe# 3906
19 Apr 15

 
Mogar Aur Chasni Chawal 
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 ....
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Recipe# 3908
19 Apr 15

 
Raabdi with Bajra Roti 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 ....
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Recipe# 3646
19 Nov 14

 
Jaripalla Churma by Tarla Dalal
Churma is a word that has become synonymous with Rajasthani cuisine. Jaripalla Churma is a richer version of the regular churma, claimed to be influenced heavily by Marwari style of cooking with lavish ingredients like dry fruits, saffron and khoya. A combination of flours deep-fried in ghee gives t ....
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Recipe# 6430
23 Mar 14

 
Rajasthani Style Kaddu Aur Soya ki Subzi by Tarla Dalal
Every province has its traditional style of cooking their favourite vegetables. Here, we have chosen a popular Rajasthani subzi usually made using potatoes and pumpkin, and smartly replaced starchy potatoes with multi-nutrient soya chunks instead. In all other ways, the Rajasthani Style Kaddu aur So ....
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Recipe# 4348
16 May 13

 
Kaddu Ka Bharta ( Swadisht Subzian) by Tarla Dalal
Bharta is a slightly mushy vegetable-based dish that tastes heavenly when had with steaming hot rice, or Indian breads too. While you might have surely tasted the famous Baingan Bharta, here is something new for you to try. A delicious bharta made of juicy red pumpkins! The mild sweetness of the pum ....
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Recipe# 4343
16 May 13

 
Paneer Koftas in Curd Gravy 
by Tarla Dalal
The moment you think of paneer kofta, the first thing that comes to mind is tangy tomato gravy. While the koftas do taste awesome when topped with pungent tomato-based sauces, you will be amazed by the brilliance of this unique combination with a curd-based gravy! The mildly-spiced curd gravy thicke ....
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Recipe# 3867
19 Nov 14

 
Bharwa Lauki ( Rajasthani Recipe) 
by Tarla Dalal
There are two ways to look at lauki. Only the pessimist would think it to be plain and boring; the optimist always looks at it as a wonderful ingredient that absorbs the added flavours very well. Once again, lauki proves its mettle in this recipe, with a grand stuffing of mixed nuts and paneer enhan ....
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Rajasthani
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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