Jaipur the pink city of India is not only famous for its major sightseeing destinations but also for the authentic Rajasthani food. You can book best hotels or can shop in famous markets, but a trip to Jaipur is not complete without digging into the delicious Rajasthani food. Whether you’re craving dal bati churma, Laal Maas, kachoris or ghevar, Jaipur is the perfect place to hunt for all kinds of Rajasthani cuisine.
Dal Bati Churma
This dish could be considered the signature meal of Jaipur. The three distinct dishes are combined together to provide flavorsome meal. The Baatis are eaten with Panchkuti Dal along with a lot of Churma.
The baatis are these round balls of dough that are stuffed and fluffy altogether a new version of rotis. Churma is the sweet served with the dish, made of sugar and a lot of desi ghee. The Panchkuti dal is lentil curry or soup that enhances the food. If you are a true foodie then you must give it a try!
This dish is the feast for all the non-vegetarians who love to explore all kinds of cuisines. The royalty of Rajasthani food that could be found in every famous hotel is – Laal Maas. The riches of dry and spicy red chillies and garlic gives the red colour that truly justifies the name of the dish. Have it with rice or bajra roti it will just add flavour to the dish that you will be unable to forget.
Another sweet dish to satisfy your insatiable sweet tooth! Rajasthani Mawa Kachori breaks the myth of a typical kachori as it is stuffed with sugary goodness of mawa. Add sugary syrup with the snack that is available in every local sweet shop at affordable prices.
If you are bored with the regular samosas and kachoris and want to try something new then go with Mirchi vada. Large chillies which are dunked in a batter of besan, turmeric, salt and red chilli powder and deep fried in oil to provide crispy taste.
Gatte ki sabji, Pakodi, Rajasthani curry, Mangori can be the supremacy of everyday cuisine of Rajasthan which is famous all over India. Have a satisfying meal with a crunchy parting of papad and of course a lot of ghee. An authentic Rajasthani meal will surely complete your day. .
Among the traditional desserts made in Jaipur, usually for festive occasions and celebrations Dil- khushal is a notable one of them. It is also famous with local names as Mohanthaal or besan ki barfi. A hearty flavour and extreme sweetness of the dessert leaves a grainy texture in your mouth,
Aam ki Launji
If you are familiar with north Indian cuisine then it is almost guaranteed that you are aware of this sweet sour and hot way of enjoying an instant pickle. It is made by cooking raw green mango pieces with basic Indian cooking spices and sugar. with the use of spices, it gives a nice aroma while the use of chili powder and sugar gives its hot and sweet character.