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Rajasthan is a state of diversity, packed with flavors of rich scrumptious cuisine that fill our hearts. Usually associated with elegant lehengas, jewellery clad women, art and craft, this state of rich culture has much more to offer.

Rajasthan is greatly admired for its enhanced culture, heritage & lavish food segment. In spite of the parched environment, severe weather conditions, inadequacy of H2O, Rajasthan has observed intriguingly evolvement in cuisine styles. With Rajasthan tour packages, you can savor the specialties of Royal Rajasthani cookery that grants mouthwatering & appetizing delicacies. Pick toothsome varieties of vegetarian & Non-vegetarian recipes to savor from some top Rajasthani restaurants. Choose the best package from a wide array of Rajasthan travel packages. Contact Rajasthan tour operator today.

Rajasthan Food

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Duration: Rajasthan Food

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    Rajasthan is famed for its rich regal culture and tradition. The extreme climatic conditions and the arid nature of the region have witnessed unique cooking styles and ambrosial food habits that is distinctive from other Indian cuisines. The mould culinary style allows people to shelve the food for several days and serve without heating. The gastronomic enthusiasm among locals led to unearthing of wide and exquisite dishes like Daal-Baati-Churma and Bikaneri Bhujia garnering both national and international popularity among foodies.

    Rajasthan- Varieties of dishes

    Rajasthan has many traditional dishes and specialties in food items. Each state offers some exotic and scrumptious cuisine that tantalizes taste buds of foodies. Some of the recipes are derived from the Mughals renowned for its own unique flavor. Some of the famous mouth watering dishes of Rajasthan include:

    Dal Baati Churma-

    Dal Baati is among the most traditional Rajasthani dishes, famed for its best flavors and wonderful taste. The dish is incomplete without, Churma, a sweet dish prepared from grinded cereals.

    The savory Dal is a simple and nutritious mix of five lentils: masoor daal, toor daal, chana daal, urad daal and moong daal tempered with ghee, and spices to enhance the taste.

    Baati is a simple fiber rich wheat ball that is deep baked, dipped in ghee and served with delicious Rajasthani daal and Churma.

    Spices used in the dishes-

    The use of fresh herbs and condiments in Rajasthan is a culinary art that enhances the flavor of Rajasthani dishes. The spices are used to season the food and the amount added varies according to local cuisine type. Some of the frequently used spices include amchoor, asafoetida, cardamom, carom seeds, cinnamon, cloves, corriander seeds, cumin seeds, dried ginger, fennel seeds or aniseed, fenugreek seeds, garlic, kasuri methi, mustard seeds, nigella seeds, turmeric etc. The additions of these vast arrays of spies in the dishes enhance the taste of the cuisine and give it a unique flavor.

    Delicious Dishes-

    Rajasthan comprises of several princely states and each state has its own trademark dish. The dishes in this arid region are influenced by dearth of vegetable and water. The lifestyle of the local warriors and the hunting expeditions of the deep pockets have led the innovation of culinary preservative cuisine that can last for several days. Some of the delicious food items that are made with the special Rajasthani touch include Dai Shorba, Tamatar Shorba, Ker Sangri, Mangodi Alu ki Shak, Jaisalmeri Chane, Besanwali Bharwan Mirch, Kadhi and Gatte ki Subzi.

    Meaty Matter –

    Rajasthan is a state of diversity, packed with flavors of rich scrumptious cuisine that fill our hearts. Usually associated with elegant lehengas, jewellery clad women, art and craft, this state of rich culture has much more to offer.

    The drooling, delectable non- vegetarian dishes will leave a deep impact on your tantalizing taste buds.

    The journey to enchanting gastronomy is incomplete without the mention of Laal Maas, Banjara Gosth, Mohan maas, Safed maas and Macchhilli Jaisamandi.

    These palatable cuisines are done with hot spices including red chillies, dry fruits, baked in the gravy of cashew, cream, coconut, almonds, powdered spices of cardamom and cinnamon.

    Milk dishes-

    Climatic conditions of Rajasthan render it a favorable place for dairy farming. The dairy products add to the delight of Rajasthani cuisine. For instance, Camel’s milk is thick and is suitable for preparing rich yoghurt, butter, ghee, paneer. All these products are used in the Rajasthani dishes on a daily basis.

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HOTEL CATEGORY DETAILS

  • Premium+

    5*Dlx Equivalent with Breakfast.

  • Premium

    5* Equivalent Hotel with Breakfast.

  • Luxury

    4*Dlx Equivalent Hotel with Breakfast.

  • Super Deluxe

    3*Dlx Equivalent Hotel with Breakfast.

  • Deluxe

    2*Dlx Equivalent Hotel with Breakfast.

  • Standard

    Standard Hotel with Breakfast.

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Note: There will be additional Diwali, Christmas & New Year Eve Supplement charge. The rates are valid for Indian National only. Room category in all packages is the base category rooms. In case we are not able to provide the same hotels as mentioned,than we shall provide similar alternate Hotels,changes in the cost if any will be advised.Rates are subject to change if fuel rates hike.

Rajasthan is famed for its rich regal culture and tradition. The extreme climatic conditions and the arid nature of the region have witnessed unique cooking styles and ambrosial food habits that is distinctive from other Indian cuisines. The mould culinary style allows people to shelve the food for several days and serve without heating. The gastronomic enthusiasm among locals led to unearthing of wide and exquisite dishes like Daal-Baati-Churma and Bikaneri Bhujia garnering both national and international popularity among foodies.

Rajasthan- Varieties of dishes

Rajasthan has many traditional dishes and specialties in food items. Each state offers some exotic and scrumptious cuisine that tantalizes taste buds of foodies. Some of the recipes are derived from the Mughals renowned for its own unique flavor. Some of the famous mouth watering dishes of Rajasthan include:

Dal Baati Churma-

Dal Baati is among the most traditional Rajasthani dishes, famed for its best flavors and wonderful taste. The dish is incomplete without, Churma, a sweet dish prepared from grinded cereals.

The savory Dal is a simple and nutritious mix of five lentils: masoor daal, toor daal, chana daal, urad daal and moong daal tempered with ghee, and spices to enhance the taste.

Baati is a simple fiber rich wheat ball that is deep baked, dipped in ghee and served with delicious Rajasthani daal and Churma.

Spices used in the dishes-

The use of fresh herbs and condiments in Rajasthan is a culinary art that enhances the flavor of Rajasthani dishes. The spices are used to season the food and the amount added varies according to local cuisine type. Some of the frequently used spices include amchoor, asafoetida, cardamom, carom seeds, cinnamon, cloves, corriander seeds, cumin seeds, dried ginger, fennel seeds or aniseed, fenugreek seeds, garlic, kasuri methi, mustard seeds, nigella seeds, turmeric etc. The additions of these vast arrays of spies in the dishes enhance the taste of the cuisine and give it a unique flavor.

Delicious Dishes-

Rajasthan comprises of several princely states and each state has its own trademark dish. The dishes in this arid region are influenced by dearth of vegetable and water. The lifestyle of the local warriors and the hunting expeditions of the deep pockets have led the innovation of culinary preservative cuisine that can last for several days. Some of the delicious food items that are made with the special Rajasthani touch include Dai Shorba, Tamatar Shorba, Ker Sangri, Mangodi Alu ki Shak, Jaisalmeri Chane, Besanwali Bharwan Mirch, Kadhi and Gatte ki Subzi.

Meaty Matter –

Rajasthan is a state of diversity, packed with flavors of rich scrumptious cuisine that fill our hearts. Usually associated with elegant lehengas, jewellery clad women, art and craft, this state of rich culture has much more to offer.

The drooling, delectable non- vegetarian dishes will leave a deep impact on your tantalizing taste buds.

The journey to enchanting gastronomy is incomplete without the mention of Laal Maas, Banjara Gosth, Mohan maas, Safed maas and Macchhilli Jaisamandi.

These palatable cuisines are done with hot spices including red chillies, dry fruits, baked in the gravy of cashew, cream, coconut, almonds, powdered spices of cardamom and cinnamon.

Milk dishes-

Climatic conditions of Rajasthan render it a favorable place for dairy farming. The dairy products add to the delight of Rajasthani cuisine. For instance, Camel’s milk is thick and is suitable for preparing rich yoghurt, butter, ghee, paneer. All these products are used in the Rajasthani dishes on a daily basis.

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