Beverage, Rajasthani Dishes

Makki ki Raab (Winter special recipe-Rajasthani cuisine)

Hi friends ! Today’s recipe is ‘Makki ki Raab’. It is one of the most popular and loved winter drink from Rajasthani cuisine. Makki raab is an unique beverage. Raab is made from broken corn and buttermilk (chaach)/curd. For this recipe, buttermilk which is one or two days old is preferred. It is a hot beverage which is tangy in taste.

Makki ki Raab
Makki ki Raab

Traditionally, it is served in kulhads / earthen ware. During winter season in Rajasthan, this drink is in the menu list of most of the fairs and weddings.

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Serves: 6

Duration: 1 hr

Ingredients for Makki ki Raab

Broken corn1 cup
Water5 cups
Buttermilk / Chaach2 cups
Cumin seeds (roasted and crushed)for garnishing
Salt1 tsp or as per taste

Procedure for Makki ki Raab

  • Wash and soak broken corn for half an hour.

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  • In a pressure cooker add water, salt and soaked broken corn. Close the lid and cook for 5 minutes on high flame and for next 25 mins on lower flame.

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  • Check whether the broken corn is tender or not, when pressure drop.

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  • In the pressure cooker now add buttermilk. Keep continuously stirring it, do not leave. Give it a boil.

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  • Garnish the raab with roasted and crushed cumin seeds. Serve raab hot !

Makki ki Raab

Note:

If you do not have buttermilk/chaach, use curd. Add water in the curd to have buttermilk like consistency.

You can also store this drink in referigerate and have it on next day. Microwave or warm it for few minutes.

16 thoughts on “Makki ki Raab (Winter special recipe-Rajasthani cuisine)

    1. I am so happy to know that you liked this recipe.
      Trying my best to share some unique and delicious recipes which are easy to prepare. 🙂

  1. I feel as though I’m learning so much through your blog – this is another new introduction and served warm sounds lovely 🙂

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