Apart from being a big state of India, Rajasthan is also a very beautiful state of India.
Rajasthan is famous for its colorful culture, beautiful costumes, interesting artwork and delicious cuisine.
You will find a lot of variety in Rajasthani cuisine.
Dal Bati Churma is a classical dish of Rajasthan. Baati is made from coarsely ground wheat flour. Churma is a mixture of sweet flour. This dish is made on special occasions.
Gatte Ki Sabzi is a traditional Rajasthani dish. It is made from gram flour. The special thing about this dish is that you do not need any fresh vegetables to make it.
Red meat is a famous non-vegetarian dish of Rajasthan. The name red meat is due to the red color of this dish. Basically it is a type of mutton curry, which is cooked with spicy spices.
Ker Sangri is a traditional spicy curry of Rajasthan which is prepared by adding spices and carom seeds to ker and sangri. Sangri is a type of pod that grows on the Khejdi tree.
Papad ki sabzi is a type of Rajasthani curry. This curry is prepared by cooking roasted papads in a yogurt-based gravy with spices.
Onion Kachori is eaten with great gusto as a breakfast snack. It is made from refined flour and is stuffed with onions and spices.
The name of Ghevar is included in the recipes of Chhappan Bhog. It is made from refined flour and is crisp and sweet in taste. The month of Sawan seems incomplete without eating Ghevar.