Today’s recipe is ‘Ker Sangri ki Sabji’. A traditional recipe of dried berry and bean from Rajasthan. Ker sangri along with few other dried vegetables like gunda, amchoor, and kumati is called as Panchkuta. Both ker and sangri come straight from the desert of Thar, so its availability is a little difficult in every city… Read More Ker Sangri ki Sabji | Panchkuta Recipe
Today’s recipe is ‘Rajasthani Khoba Roti’. As the name suggests, it is a roti recipe from Rajasthani cuisine. A thick wheat roti on which beautiful patterns are created by pinching the top surface of roti. Best served with panchmel dal or any mutton recipe or lehsun chutney.
Today’s recipe is ‘Laal Masoor Dal Samosa’. This recipe was taught to me by my Maasi (Maternal Aunt), this is her version of dal samosa stuffing. For her recipe, she prepares roomali roti as the outer coating of samosa, which I simplified by using samosa patti. Prepare these samosas as a starter or tea-time snack… Read More Laal Masoor Dal Samosa | How to make masoor samosa
Today’s post is ‘Rajasthani Karonde ki Sabji’. Let me first introduce you all to Karonde, it is a berry type of fruit which grows on a shrub commonly flourishes in regions of high temperature. Karonde is a very beautiful purple-green or pink-green fruit. You will start seeing this fruit in the market from July to… Read More Rajasthani Karonde ki Sabji | How to make karonda sabji
Today’s recipe is ‘Papdi Chaat – Rajasthani Style ‘. Summer is my favourite season to enjoy chaat and juices, as both chaat and juice require no cooking. Papdi/papri used in this recipe is samosa shaped papri which is easily available in the market in Rajasthan. If you ever get your hands on this variety of papri,… Read More Papdi Chaat – Rajasthani Style | How to prepare papri chaat
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… Read More Lapsi Recipe | Broken Wheat Dessert | Rajasthani Special