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5 Delicious Dishes Straight Out of the Desserts of Rajasthan

Rajasthan, the land of Maharajas, is famous for its rich culture. When asked about Rajasthan, visions of endless desert sand dunes, camels, peculiar wildlife and remnants of a bygone era are conjured up in every traveller's imagination. But what makes the state distinctive and popular is its cuisine. Rajasthanis love their food and it is evident in their preparations. Take this trip to get a taste of Rajasthan! 

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To Jaipur for the Dal Bati Churma
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Travel to Jaipur to try the Dal Bati ChurmaThe round Batis dipped in ghee with Panchkuti dal and churma make for an appetizing combination. HolidayIQ reviewer, Girish, suggests “if you want to try best dal bati, which is called to be the Rajasthani delicacy, then Santosh Bojanalya near Jaipur railway station is the place”. 

Gatte Ki Sabzi while camping near Pushkar
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About 150 km from Jaipur your reach Pushkar. Camp here and try the gatte ki sabzi, prepared with gram flour and tangy gravy made up of buttermilk and spices, it is best enjoyed with roti. HolidayIQ reviewer Sushant says, “you can stay for one night in camps it would be a good experience. Do try the Chokhi Dhani-Try Gatte ki sabzi"  

Travel to Jodhpur for the Kadhi Pakoda
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Jodhpur is 190 km from Pushkar. While visiting do taste the Rajasthani kadhi pakoda, crisp besan pakodas served in a yogurt based curry. HolidayIQ traveller junkie says, “The food, especially the Kadhi Pakoda (which was not there in the menu, but they made it on request) was delicious and piping hot when served.” 

290 km from Jodhpur is Jaisalmer. While on your desert trip, dig into this fiery mutton curry, best served with bajra rotis.HolidayIQ reviewer Lalo says,“Rajasthani lal maas that we had was incredible.” Adds HolidayIQ reviewer Navneeth, “if you are a non-vegetarian make sure to try their local cuisine Laal Maas (Mutton curry).”

A typical desert vegetableKer Sangri is a kind of a pickle. This tangy side dish goes well with Bajra roti. HolidayIQ Traveller Guru from Chandigarh says,“famous Rajasthani dishes, which are extremely popular and sought-after in Jaipur include dal-bati churma, besan ka gatta, mawa kachori, pyaaz ki kachori and the famous ker sangri." 

Try the ghewar in Jaipur
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While in Jaipur do try the "paneer ghewar at Laxmi Misthan Bhandar says HolidayIQ Traveller Subarna from Kolkata. Adds HolidayIQ traveller Srikant, “plenty of eateries - sweet shops, chaat corners, besides the usual restaurants. We were recommended to try out Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar and their famous sweet, the ghewar.”

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