rajasthani cuisine Archive

  • Wishing you all who stops by a very Happy, safe and prosperous Diwali Celebrating Diwali with mawa kachori and peda / pedha. “Sweets are always an integral part of any joyous or festive celebrations in India and so when Diwali comes the ladoos, pedas, barfis, jalebis , seera, rabdi all dressed in gorgeous attire arrives at the market to lure us which even the calorie conscious people find hard to resist. Hence to score on this front the sweetmeat shops […]

    mawe ki kachori and peda – Indian sweets

    Wishing you all who stops by a very Happy, safe and prosperous Diwali Celebrating Diwali with mawa kachori and peda / pedha. “Sweets are always an integral part of any joyous or festive celebrations in India and so when Diwali comes the ladoos, pedas, barfis, jalebis , seera, rabdi all dressed in gorgeous attire arrives at the market to lure us which even the calorie conscious people find hard to resist. Hence to score on this front the sweetmeat shops […]

  • Rajasthani cuisine is known for its unique flavor, the use of hing or asafoetida and amchur or mango powder is must in most of the cases, red chillies are used generously giving a strong and pungent flavour. The cuisine reflects the climate and topography of Rajasthan, scarcity of water and paucity of vegetables give births to some of the unique dishes which are not known elsewhere. If you have been to Rajasthan or have tasted Rajasthani thali (meal), then you […]

    gatte ka saag

    Rajasthani cuisine is known for its unique flavor, the use of hing or asafoetida and amchur or mango powder is must in most of the cases, red chillies are used generously giving a strong and pungent flavour. The cuisine reflects the climate and topography of Rajasthan, scarcity of water and paucity of vegetables give births to some of the unique dishes which are not known elsewhere. If you have been to Rajasthan or have tasted Rajasthani thali (meal), then you […]