Best Rajasthani Cuisines That You Must Try When You Visit Rajasthan Like 0 Twitter Shubhi Gupta Follow May 9, 2018, 6:18 p.m. in Life and Styles Views: 614 Like us on facebook Rajasthan is the perfect destination for travelers looking for adventure, thrill, peace, solace, romance and good food, all at the same time. Along with the majestic forts and palaces built by the rulers of the yesteryears; the architectural evidences in the Hindu and Jain Temples; tribute to nature exhibited in the gardens, lakes and the sanctuaries, it is the delicious and rich cuisines of Rajasthan that the travelers look forward to in the Rajasthan Tour Packages. If you are visiting the state for the first time, it is advisable to book Jaipur Tour package or Udaipur Tour Package. But do not forget to taste the aromatic dishes that will linger on your taste buds for a long time. Best Rajasthani Cuisines you cannot go without Dal Bati Churma This dish is the most famous one in the state. The hard round shaped dumplings known as bati are made from whole wheat flour. The dal is made of variety of lentils. The churma is sweet delicacy enjoyed with the two. Lal Maas This is the crowd favorite. The meat curry made with yogurt based sauce and hot spices. The special red chilies give the flavor of the curry. It goes well with both rice and chapatti. Ghevar The desert is made with blending flour, milk and ghee before dousing it in the sugar syrup with almonds, pistachios and saffron. The mould can be given any shape as per preference. This is considered the signature desert dish in Rajasthan and is prepared in every celebration. Dil Khushal This is yet another popular desert in Rajsthan. This is also known as Mohanthaal or Besan ki barfi. The chewy texture of the desert leaves a grainy flavor in the mouth. Gatte ki sabzi Besan or the gram flour is the main ingredient in the curry. Fried or steamed besan ballsis cooked in curd with lots of spices. The gatte ki khichdi is yet another evening snacks prepared with the besan dumplings. Rajasthani kadhi Kadhi is prepared in variations all over India. The Rajasthani version of kadhi is a little pungent and spicy one. The dish is light and healthy and is the staple dish in the state and is eaten with rice. If you take Rajasthani Kadhi at Desert camp in Jaisalmer you will really get amazing pure rajasthani feel. Mawa Kachori Rajasthan has a sweet way of experimenting with its most favored dishes. The kachoris in Jodhpur are stuffed with mawa and crisp dry fruits and served hot as snacks Share Mail Messenger Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Comments Related Article Life and Styles My Ultimate Car Trip Playlist Life and Styles My Satellite Life and Styles Pregnant and Loving it?