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List by: itisclaudio, created: 14 Sep 2020, updated: 14 Sep 2020 Public: Users can add dishes

Rajasthan is a state in northern India and its cuisine was influenced by both the war-like lifestyles of its inhabitants and the availability of ingredients in this arid region. Food that could last for several days and could be eaten without heating was preferred. Rajasthan has 74.9% vegetarians, which makes it the most vegetarian state in India. This is a list of there most traditional dishes.

1. Bikaneri Bhujia

(Indian)

Bikaneri bhujia, often simply called bhujia, is a popular crispy snack prepared by using moth beans and besan (gram flour) and spices, originating from Bikaner, a city in the western state of Rajasthan in India. It is light yellow in color,

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2. Mirchi Bada

Mirchi vada, Rajasthani Mirchi Bada (Indian)

Mirchi bada (chili cutlet) is a spicy Indian snack consisting of chili (mirchi) and potato or cauliflower stuffing, served hot with tomato sauce or occasionally with mint and tamarind chutney. Banana pepper is used for making mirchi bada. The mirchi bada of Jodhpur, Rajasthan is famous, as the water in that region lends it a unique taste. It combines well with another Jodhpur speciality, mawa kachori, dipped in sugary syrup.

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3. Pyaj Kachori

Pyaaj Kachori, कांदा कचोरी (Indian)

Pyaj Kachori is a kind of Rajasthani Kachori, a fried pastry filled with a spicy onion filling. It is one of the famous spicy snack food from Jodhpur and vicinity. Popularity of this snack dish increased in other parts of North India when Rajasthani restaurants and food outlets opened throughout India. Wikipedia

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4. Gatte Ki Sabzi

Besan Ke Gatte (Indian)

Gatte Ki Sabzi is a delicious Rajasthani curry prepared with gram flour (besan) as the base ingredient. ‘Gatte’ refers to cooked and spiced gram flour dumplings, which are then dunked into spicy curd gravy. Rajasthani gatte ki sabzi also known as besan ke gatte is one such authentic dish from Rajasthani cuisine.

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5. Dal Baati

(Indian)

It is an Indian dish comprising dal (lentils) and baati (hard wheat rolls). It is popular in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh (especially in Braj, Nimar and Malwa regions). Dal is prepared using tuvaar dal, chana dal (prepared by removing skin of split chickpeas), mung dal, moth dal, or urad dal. Baati is a hard bread made up of wheat flour commonly known as aata. Wheat flour is kneaded with little bit of salt, dahi (yogurt) and water. Tennis ball-sized round balls of this dough are cooked in a well-heated traditional oven. When the baati becomes golden brown in …

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6. Churma

(Indian)

Churma is a Rajasthani delicacy made from ground deep-fried wheat flour dumplings mixed with sugar. Churma is popularly enjoyed with a traditional Rajasthani meal of Dal & Baati and provides a great contrast with its sweet flavour to the whole dish. It is a sweet dish made by coarsely grinding deep-fried whole wheat flour dumplings along with sugar. It has a slightly coarse texture and emits the mouthwatering aroma of whole wheat flour roasted in desi ghee.

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7. Besan Mirch

(Indian)

Besan Mirch is a Rajasthani speciality made by sautéing green chillies in a spiced besan (Gram Flour) mixture. When cooked in this way, the green chillies lose some of their bites and get imbibed with other tangy and spicy flavours. Besan Ki Mirchi is mouthwateringly appetizing and greatly enhances the flavour of food. Roasted besan along with spices give this dish a very unique texture & flavour.

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8. Ker Sangri Achaar

(Indian)

Ker Sangri Achaar is a very unique and popular pickle from Rajasthani cuisine. It is a flavorful dry mix of Ker and Sangri pickled in Indian spices. Ker is a small sour shrub berry having the appearance of small balls. And Sangri is long green beans which resemble a thin stick and are pods of the Khejri tree. These unique varieties of berries and beans grow only in arid deserts of Rajasthan

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