The delightful, mouth watering cuisine of Rajasthan is one of the highpoint for the visitors, whose delectable taste lingers on to the taste buds for lifelong. Influenced with the parched region of Rajasthan, extreme climatic condition and limited availability of water and vegetation, the Rajasthani Cuisine is evolved out of the unique cooking style and pugnacious lifestyle of its natives. From the signature dish of the state; Dal Bati Churma to the popular street snack; mirchi ke pakore, from the generous use of spice and ghee to the prominent use of the variety of lentils and legumes, Rajasthani food is a fine treat for which the tourists travel even thousand miles.
This royal cuisine boast of its wide variety of offerings that can confuse even a food lover, where to start from and where to end. Starting from different kinds of breads like Batis, Missi roti, and Jowar, Bajra and Makke ki roti, to go with exceptionally tasty curries like Gatte ki Sabzi, Papad ki Sabzi and Kadhi Pakora. The pungent tidbits and accompaniments like Moong Dal and Pyaaz ki Kachori, Bikaneri Bhujia, Bajre ka khichda, Kher Sangri, and Lehsun ki Chutney, and the wind-up digestive Butter Milk elaborates the menu even more. And not to forget the sweet wonders like Churma, Lapsi, Malpua, Ghewar, Alwar ka Mawa and the long lasting Gond ke Laddoo. Though the region is predominantly vegetarian, the influence of Rajputs non-vegetarian food habit can be seen in the cuisine with the presence of delicacies such as Laal Maas, Jungle Maas, Khad Khargosh and Safed Maas, that in a way completes the menu.
Every food enthusiasts must taste this heterogeneous blend of fine delicacies once in a lifetime, and that too on the arid land of the state, that provide the perfect ambience for your perfect Rajasthani food experience.