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राजस्थानी व्यंजन - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Rajasthani Food recipes in Hindi)
રાજસ્થાની વ્યંજન - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Rajasthani Food recipes in Gujarati)

 

 

Rajasthani Food, 200 Rajasthani Recipes, Dishes

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.

Gehun-ki-Bikaneri-Khichdi
Gehun ki Bikaneri Khichdi

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 of Rajasthan food in your own kitchen.

Dal-Ke-Parathe
Dal Ke Parathe

Enjoy our selection of Rajasthani recipes like Rajashtani Sabzis with the famous Rajashtani Rotis and ever popular Achars. Top of your meal with some amazing rich, mouthwatering Rajasthani Sweet and Rajasthani snack.

Dal-Baati-ChurmaDal Baati Churma

The Rajasthanis specialise in serving sweet and savoury dishes in combinations that steal the heart and delight the taste buds . Dal bati churma a three-in-one treat, is a traditional combination of sweet dish churma, spicy dal and deep-fried Bati and a wonderful way to warm yourself up on a cold day!


Rajashtani Food adapats to water shortage

Papad-Mangodi-ki-SubziPapad Mangodi ki Subzi

Because of the climatic conditions, there is scarcity of water resulting into a dearth of fresh vegetables, the available vegetables are often combined with pulses, lentils and dried/ preserved foods like papads and wadis. Also, water is substituted with dairy products like milk and buttermilk. Gram flour dumplings perked up with a myriad of spices then steamed and cut into small bite sized pieces are cooked in a curd based gravy till thick to make Gatte ki subzi that tastes amazing with both rice and parathas. Papad ki subzi, a combination of moong dal mangodi and papd to make Papad Mangodi ki Subzi are some other delectable Rajasthani subzis. Also, try your hands on other Rajasthani dishes like Ker sangria, Gavarfali ki Subzi, Bharwa Lauki.
 

Rajasthani Food, Dals, Kadhi Recipes

Rajasthani-Pakoda-KadhiRajasthani Pakoda Kadhi

Complement your meal with nourishing dals/kadhi that will complete your meal. Rajasthani recipes like Pakoda kadhi or pithore kadhi are flavorful, irresistible accompaniments that you must try.Also, finger-licking dals like Dal Banjari, Mooli moong dal or Palak toovar dal with a tempering of ghee and authentic Rajasthani flavor are some delights that will surely replace your regular dals.
 

Rajasthani Food, Snacks

Pyaaz-ki-KachoriPyaaz ki Kachori

When we talk about snacks, Rajasthan Food is synonymous to kachori. The endless varieties of kachoris found at most 'namkeen' shops are famous worldwide. Pyaaz Kachori, Shahi Raj Kachori, Matar ki Kachori are some popular kachoris.
 

Rajasthani Recipes, Mithai, Sweets

Mawa-KachoriMawa Kachori

Rajasthanis don’t hold back on the use of full-fat milk and ghee in their mithai. No wonder the sweet dishes of Rajasthan tastes so heavenly! Apart from the savoury kachoris, you can also found sweet varieties like Mawa Kachoris that are stuffed with a rich mixture of khoya and dry-fruits, deep-fried and dipped in sugar syrup. Malai Ghevar, a honeycomb shaped delicacy made using plain flour and ghee is an authentic sweet made on auspicious occasions and festivals.

People love to gather around the warmth of the kitchen fire, to enjoy rustic, homely rotis right off the tava. Wheat flour rotis, parathas, masala baati generously drizzled with ghee are enjoyed with subzis. Winters are harsh in this region. Steaming hot Khichdi, Gaund ke ladoo, Moong dal halwa, Badam ka halwa are some vegetarian dishes eaten to keep the body warm on a cold winter’s night!

We hope you enjoy our collection of Rajasthani Recipes and will find the below related Rajasthani Food articles and Rajathani recipes. 

15 Rajasthani Achar, Launji Recipes
20 Rajasthani Dry Snacks Recipes
17 Rajasthani Kadhi, Dal Recipes
Rajasthani Khichdi, Pulao Recipes
30 Rajasthani Mithai, Sweets Recipes
50 Rajasthani Naashta Recipes
23 Rajasthani Roti, Puri, Paratha Recipes
43 Rajasthani Subzi Recipes
14 Rajasthani Traditional Combinations Recipes

Happy Cooking!


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Recipe# 10733
23 Apr 01

 
 
by shah_seema
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An authentic Indian pancake recipe, stuffed chila is a dosa or pancake recipe created from a mix of dals. The coarsely ground dal batter along with chopped onions, tomatoes , green chillies is spread on a nonstick pan, just like a dosa or pancake and cooked to a crispy finish. These chilas are then ....
Recipe# 11137
04 Aug 11

 
 by jkswati
No reviews
Palak paneer bhujia is a delightful mixed vegetable recipe with crumbled paneer stir fried with chopped palak and cooked with a delectable mix of onion, tomato, ginger, chillies and garam masala. The paneer palak bhujia tastes awesome with rotis or naan.
Recipe# 11487
23 May 03

 
 by kams_
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Get ready to enjoy Punjabi methi mathri or Indian savory crackers(fried flaky biscuits) with pickle or chutneys. Discover how to prepare methi mathris with our easy and quick Punjabi mathri recipe with the dough mixed with chopped fenugreek leaves or methi leaves.
Recipe# 12252
30 Aug 11

 
 
by sgambhir
No reviews
A rajasthani preparation, gatte ki sabji brings forth a traditional recipe with steamed gram flour or besan gattas. The curd based gravy blends well with besan gattas and is tempered with ghee, mustard seeds, green chillies and hing. A nutritious and easy to digest main course marwari dish.
Recipe# 12330
29 Jun 01

 
 by ranju36
No reviews
Sada bahar aam ka achaar easy &fast to make can be used as a spicy accompaniment to any meal. Find many simple and tasty pickle recipe, chutney recipe at tarladalal.com
Recipe# 12395
25 Sep 18

 
 by vijaitanarain
No reviews
Bhujia Chaat, chatpata, quick and easy to prepare recipe. No need for chutneys, just combine the ingredients and you have a crunchy treat in a jiffy to satiate your hunger pangs.
Recipe# 12447
22 Jul 01

 
 by bhavna6
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A famous Rajasthani sweet dish, traditionally relished during festivals, Ghevar can now be prepared with this easy ghevar recipe. Learn the right technique for preparing the elaborate and tasty ghevars at home.
Recipe# 12655
23 Aug 11

 
 by Yamini Ramesh
No reviews
Chatpata dahivada is a delicious chaat recipe with fried vadas( urad dal dumplings) smeared with chilled beaten curd and topped with spicy and tangy chutneys. A delicious north indian delicacy, dahi vada is best served chilled on a hot summer day.
Recipe# 13866
23 Jan 01

 
 by vinodsharma
No reviews
A deep fried flat bread recipe with flavours of methi leaves or fenugreek leaves, Methi mathis (mathri) taste best wit aloo ki subzi or pickle.
Recipe# 13998
05 Oct 11

 
 by paruljainshukla
No reviews
Methi mangori presents a delicious way of adding wholesome nutrition in the form of moong dal mangodi , methi leaves and beaten curd. A spicy recipe, the mangodis are cooked with methi or fenugreek leaves in a tangy curd based gravy.
Recipe# 14007
30 Aug 11

 
 
by sonyadoshi
No reviews
A rajasthani cuisine special curry recipe, gatte ki sabji brings forth the typical marwari cuisine style of cooking. The steamed gram flour or besan gattas are simmered in a buttermilk laden spicy kadhi and enjoyed with rice.
Recipe# 14062
17 Aug 11

 
 by dbhurangi
No reviews
Bharwa tinde is a special stuffed vegetable recipe with tinde or small pointed gourds slit and then filled up with a spicy masala mix. These stuffed or bharwa tinde are served dry with roasted onions or made into a gravy and enjoyed with rotis.
Recipe# 14099
28 May 02

 
 
by vishakha_p
No reviews
Mathri with besan filling brings out a crispy crunchy mathri recipe right from the Punjabi households and straight on your table. The mathris are prepared with besan filling and enjoyed with tea .
Stuffed Dahi Vada (chaat)
Recipe# 14701
16 Mar 15

 
 
by sonaprem
No reviews
Stuffed Dahi vada is a popular chaat or Punjabi recipe with fried vadas( urad dal dumplings) soaked in water and then topped with delectable mix of chilled beaten curd and a couple of spicy and tangy chutneys.
Recipe# 14809
23 Sep 11

 
 by pearlie
No reviews
Kachori is deep fried crunchy and spicy puffed bread recipe with the maida dough filled up with a spicy moong dhal based mixture and then deep fried. Relish as evening snack with chutney or pickle.
Recipe# 14870
05 Jul 11

 
 by sumagandlur
No reviews
Roti (bajra) is a fiber rich roti. Add grated vegetables or garlic as per choice to the dough and prepare spicy and flavourful bajra rotlis which can be enjoyed with curd or pickle.
Recipe# 15551
23 May 04

 
 by kitty100369
No reviews
Mathris are deep fried flat breads recipe and this Soyabean ki mathri brings out a nice variation by adding soya flour to the maida or refined flour based dough mix.Add ajwain and oil to impart that crispy and flavoured taste.
Gatte ki Sabji  By Margi8980
Recipe# 16054
30 Aug 11

 
 
by margi8980
No reviews
Gatte ki sabji is a popular and all-time favorite marwari recipe with besan or gram flour based steamed dumplings simmered in buttermilk laden tangy gravy. Enjoy the gatter ki subzi with bajra roti or rice.
Recipe# 16452
23 Aug 11

 
 
by madooki
No reviews
A delicious preparation made with grated bottle gourd and cooked with onins, garlic and other spices.
Recipe# 10079
04 Oct 11

 
 by sumagandlur
No reviews
Crispy, flaky and superbly flavoured deep-fried 'mathris' or 'mathis' snack can be stored for several days. These are eaten with a spicy mango or lemon pickle and are often served with tea.
Recipe# 10080
11 Oct 11

 
 
by sumagandlur
No reviews
They are eaten with a sweet and spicy tamarind chutney. You can prepare these kachoris ahead of time and re-heat them in a slow oven just before serving.
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Rajasthani Food
5
 on 18 Jan 19 02:17 PM


yes i have many from these. really it was so tasty and i also tried many of them at my home everyone loved it..
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Tarla Dalal    Hi Karan, Happy to know you liked this recipe. Do try more and more recipes and share with us your feedback. Happy Cooking!
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21 Jan 19 10:06 AM
Rajasthani Food
5
 on 28 Sep 18 12:00 PM