Rajasthan, the Rajwadi soil of Rajputs is a heaven for foodies out there. Rajasthani food is among those rare cuisines swaggering of never-ending a platter with too many dishes; ranging from peppery refreshments to tangy starters, delicious Sabzis, and crunchy Chapatis along with added delights of Chutneys, Pickles, Papads and Chhachh(Lassi). Can’t ignore the delightful desserts that dissolve in your mouth immediately. Rajasthani food is inherited by its rich heritage and arid climatic circumstances.
List of Most Popular Rajasthani Foods you can’t miss:
- Daal Baati Churma – Trademark Food of Rajasthan
Daal Baati Churma famous and traditional Rajasthani food, which needs no introduction. This is legendry food of state Rajasthan served by possibly every restaurant and temples of Rajasthan. Daal Baati Churma mostly used on several occasions like birthday celebrations and housewarming parties. In Jaipur, Bikaner, Jodhpur, and Ajmer city in most restaurants, you can easily avail and enjoy Daal Baati Churma at its usual timing from 12 PM to 6 PM.
- Masala Gatte Ki Sabzi:–
Besan Gatte ki Sabzi, typical Marwari food dishes are almost incomplete without Masala Gatte ki Sabzi. There are many variety of Gatte preparations in cooking. Masala Gatte is covered with spicy gravy.
- Papad ki Sabzi:-
Papad ki Sabzi is also a traditional Marwari food dish that you can have mostly in Rajasthan at a local Restaurant or Dhaba.
- Sev Tamatar Ki Sabzi:-
Sev Tamatar Sabzi is another legendry dish in nearby Rajasthan state. You can easily find this at local Dhabas and Restaurant. Sev Tamatar Sabzi, fully loaded with spices and gravy. Most Restaurants cook this dish by adding milk to increase the taste and consistency of the Sabzi.
Kadhi is also a popular and traditional Rajasthani dish. Rajasthani kadhis are usually spicy yet light meal to have especially during lunchtime as it contains curd that soothes during daytime in Rajashthan.
- Pyaaz Kachori:-
Jodhpuri Pyaaz Kachori is well-known all over India. Pyaaz Kachori is loved by everyone not just in Rajashthan you can enjoy Jodhpuri Pyaaz Kachori all across India at restaurants or sweet corners. It is also a popular street food in India. Pyaazj Kachori and Mawa Kachori is a common breakfast snack from Rajasthan.
- Mirchi Pakoda:-
Mirchi Pakoda is another common snack item in Rajasthan. Rajsthani Mirchi Pakoda or Mirchi Bada is a deep-fried snack item if you love to eat spicy food you gonna love this snack.
- Moong Daal Halwa:-
Moong Dal Halwa dish succeeds in winning the menus for royal marriages to birthday ceremonies. Moong Daal Halwa is prepared from a special variety of lentils called Moong Dal made with Ghee and other dry fruits (Pista, Cashew, and Almonds). The taste can take you to heaven with every bite of Moong Daal Halwa.
People of Rajasthan make Ghevar on the special occasion of Gangaur Festivals in Rajasthan. However, several sweets shops and restaurants offer the desert on a regular basis. Ghevar is a very famous sweet in Rajasthan State.
Pheni is another traditional sweet of Rajasthan which especially prepared in the Makar Sankranti Festival. Pheni is made in milk and is such a delightful sweet meal to have when you want to eat a little or something light and sweet.
While traveling to Rajasthan by train you can order pure Rajasthani food in train online through RailRecipe. You can also order online Pure Veg Food and Jain Food on train Journey.
Wish you a Blessed & Delightful Trip to Rajasthan !!!