Today’s recipe is ‘Hare Tamatar Mirchi ki Sabzi’. It is an easy and quick recipe. In Rajasthan, it is served with fafda, a very popular snack. This recipe takes only 10 mins of total time. Green tomatoes are very tangy in tastes, which along with green chillies gives this dish a tangy and spicy flavour.
Today’s recipe is ‘Lapsi’. It is a very popular dessert recipe of Rajasthan. Lapsi is basically, broken wheat dessert, which is prepared for the special auspicious occasion in Rajasthan. Lapsi is rich dessert which is full of the goodness of dry fruits and ghee. Its sweetness comes from jaggery. It is also prepared quite often during the winter season, as it is enjoyed hot.
Today’s recipe is another winter speciality of Rajasthan ‘Haldi ki Sabzi’. It is made from fresh whole raw turmeric, which looks almost like ginger. Turmeric is warm in nature, that’s is why this very healthy dish for the winter season. There are many benefits of turmeric as we know, so do try preparing this recipe at home. Turmeric has many digestive, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant benefits.
Haldi ki Sabzi
Today’s recipe is ‘Mirchi Methi Dana Ka Kutta’. Rajasthani cuisine is very wide and has so many recipes to offer, today I am sharing one very easy side dish. You can enjoy it with hot chapati/paratha/dal rice. If you love spicy food this recipe is surely for you. In this recipe, another key ingredient is fenugreek seed/methi dana. If you are not fond of methi dana flavour which is quite bitter, you can prepare only Mirchi ka Kutta.
Mirchi Methi Dana ka Kutta
Today’s recipe is ‘Rajasthani Pitod ki Sabji’. It is a popular traditional dish from Rajasthan. The speciality of Rajasthani cuisine is that you will get many options when you ran out of vegetables at home. You will find many dishes from this cuisine in which main ingredients are besan (gram flour) and dahi (curd). If you love dishes prepared from gram flour which is tangy and spicy in taste, I am sure you will love this dish too. You can enjoy pitod ki sabji with chapati/parathas during lunch and dinner as a main course dish.
Rajasthani pitod ki sabji
Today’s recipe is ‘Papad Ki Sabji’. It is a popular dish from Rajasthani and Gujarati cuisine. When you are not in the mood of having vegetables and want to have something quick, you can prepare this dish easily. For this recipe, you need fry or roast papad and cook it in a gravy made of curd. This dish can be enjoyed during lunch or dinner.
Papad ki Sabji
Today’s recipe is ‘Bhutte Ke Pakore’. Bhutte ke pakore is also known as corn pakora or corn fritters. Monsoon is at its peak, and corns are easily available in the market. I love corn dishes, plain corn, bhutte ki sabzi and corn chaat etc. Make your tea-time more delicious this monsoon with bhutte ke pakore. Serve these fritters with chutney or ketchup of your choice.
Bhutte ke Pakore