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10 Best Rajasthani Dishes:

Rajasthan the Rajwadi land of Rajputs is a paradise for dishes. We are going to show you 10 Best Rajasthani Dishes on our platform. Rajasthanis love their food and it can be felt from their preparations. They have a wide variety of dishes and they commonly use beans, millet, bajra, lentils, gram flour, corn, barley, bread and dairy products. Just take a glimpse of these and try these famous rajasthani dishes whenever you get a chance to have them.

Here are some famous Rajasthani Dishes that you must try once:

1. Dal Bati Churma:(One of the Best Rajasthani Dishes)

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Dal Bati Churma is the famous traditional Rajasthani food. It is known for its crunchy batis, dipped in ghee along with spicy daal and sweet churma. It is made from dal, bati or wheat rolls and churma which is powdered wheat ball. It is also had with ghee topped on it.

2. Laal Maas:

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Laal Maas is a very popular non-vegetarian recipe of Rajasthan. It has fiery meat curry which is made with the combination of red chillies and other popular spices. It is best tasted when garnished with coriander leaves and ghee on it.

3. Rajasthani Kadi:

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The Rajasthani kadi  is pungent and spicy recipe. This light and healthy dish is a staple diet and goes well with rice. It is a spiced curd based sauce and is thickened with gram flour. This kadi has some delicious flavours and served with Bajre Ki Roti, Rajasthani Kaddu and Aloo Ki Sabzi and Masala Butter Milk.

4. Gatte Ki Sabji:

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Gatte Ki Sabzi is a popular gravy dish. This curry is made with gram flour roundels and tangy gravy made up of tomato, buttermilk and spices. There are many varients of Gatte Ki Sabzi in Rajasthan. It is served with many other dishes.

5. Kalakand:

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Rajasthan is famous for its very tasty, delicious and tasty Mawa-dish called kalakand. It is an ancient sweet dish, a famous sweet in Indian festivals and is made mainly with two ingredients – milk and sugar. It is then flavoured with cardamom powder. There are many variants of Kalakand with many other flavours like Kesar, Chocolate, Mango etc.

6. Balushahi:

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Balushahi is one of the Best traditional Indian sweets. It is also a famous street food and eaten in many areas in the stalls and roadside restaurants. It is also one of the very famous Indian Sweets. It has a flaky texture on the outside and sugar syrup inside. It is made with ghee, dahi, gram flour, baking soda, and some sweet flavouring substances. 

7. Ghevar:

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Guevara is a unique and crispy traditional Rajasthani dessert recipe prepared mainly from refined flour and sugar syrup. It is a disc shaped sweet had with milk rabdi. Just as the besutiful image it is very tasty and outstanding sweet and amazing recipe which anyone cannot stop taking its taste. This is a classic sweet and is mainly prepared in festivals and celebrations.

8. Churma Ladoo:

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Rajasthani celebrations are incomplete without Churma Ladoos. It is also one of the best Indian food. Yes, have you ever tried them if not just look out any traditional sweet store and get it from there. These desi ghee ladoos are served after dal bati. It is prepared with wheat flour, jaggery, ghee, grated coconut and sesame seeds. These are very rich in flavour and are served with many other dishes.

9. Ker Sangri:

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Ker Sangri is a typical desert food or vegetable and a kind of pickle. It is made with dried ker berry and beans. It is a very uncommon and unique dish and is cooked in almost all households. It is best served with Bajre Ki Roti and curd.

It is also served with other Rajasthani food.

10. Papad Ki Sabzi:

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Papad Ki Sabzi is a recipe which is cooked mainly in summer season.In this curry, roasted papads are broken and added to the yogurt gravy made with gram flour, chilli powder, turmeric and chopped coriander leaves. It results in a mouth watering curry usually served with steamed rice.