Best Rajasthani Food in Jaipur - Nayla Farmhouse

Dal Baati Churma: This is a signature dish of Rajasthan and is a combination of three different items Dal (lentils), Baati (a round, baked wheat bread), and Churma (a sweet dish made from wheat flour, ghee, and jaggery). It is a must-try dish if you are in Rajasthan.

Gatte Ki Sabzi: This is a vegetarian dish made with gram flour dumplings cooked in a spicy gravy. It is a popular dish in Rajasthan and is usually served with roti or rice.

Ker Sangri: This is a traditional Rajasthani dish made with a desert berry called Ker and a bean called Sangri. It is cooked with spices and dried in the sun to preserve it for a long time.

These are just a few examples of the rich and flavorful cuisine of Rajasthan. There are many more delicious dishes to try in this vibrant state.

Rajasthani Traditional

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The easiest way to sample Rajasthan’s range of rich culinary fare is to try it in a carefully plated thali. And where else to sample a Rajasthani thali but in Jaipur? In a feast fit for royalty, a traditional thal, served in silver or copper ware, usually features a bunch of vegetarian dishes such as the delicious ker sangri a tangy dish, made using dried ker berries (dried black berries) and sangri (dessert beans) and gatte ki sabzi, (chickpea flour dumplings cooked in a spicy yogurt based gravy.) There’s also Rajasthani kadhi, a spiced curd and gram flour based dish, particularly refreshing in the summer and the nutritious panchmela dal prepared with five kinds of lentils.