10 Must Visit Eating Points of Kolkata

Kolkata, which is the cultural capital of India, is a foodie’s heaven. It is a great destination for those who love sweets. Bengali sweets are famous and don’t need any introduction. The spicy, mouth-watering, tangy dishes that one can get in Kolkata. In addition, you can get a variety of traditional Tibetian and Chinese food in Kolkata.

In this article, we have collected 10 places that you must visit to have an exciting food experience.

  • Zaika, Park Street

    Kathi Rolls’ were first invented in Kolkata. This shop, which is known as Zaika is the place where these delicious stuffing wrapped in thin roti were invented. These can be found in every city of India now. There have been many variations of this dish. The original Kathi Rolls are still available at Zaika. If you want to try delicious rolls, you can go to Nizam’s, Badshah, Kusum’s and Hot Kathi Roll.

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  • Dacre Lane/Dacre Street

Dacre Lane is one of the most popular food point of Kolkata. This lane has everything that you want to try. It                 has a range of Chinese, Punjabi and Bengali dishes. The dishes available here include Fish roll, Chowmein,                   luchi-alu dom, Schezwan chicken, Puchkas, Ghugni and Jhali Muri. The food available here is one of the best               Street Food of the world.

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  • China Town, Tiretti Bazaar

This is a place for Chinese cuisine that has traditionally cooked food. Chinese breakfast, which consists of soup            and rice dumplings is one of the most sought Chinese dish. One can also find the Indian version of this Chinese            dish. Chinese Breakfast, which consists of soup and rice dumplings is a dish that is very sought after. One can              also find Indian version of these Chinese dishes.

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  • Tiwari Brothers, Burrabazaar

    If you like tea over coffee, then you should go to Tiwari Brothers. Here you will find ‘special chai’ and samosas. Its a great combination that is very delicious.

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  • Vivekananda Park

    If you want to visit a place in Kolkata where puchkas are available, then you should visit Vivekananda Park. Kolkata street food is famous for dahi puchkas, dum aloo puchkas and papri chat.

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  • Fairlie Place

    This is the business hub of Calcutta. The street is filled with stalls that sell chats and full meals. The most famous dish however is Luchi-Alu Dom. Luchi is just like puris and Alu Dom is similar to Dum Aloo.

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  • Anadi Cabin

    Anadi Cabin is famous for its Mughlai Parathas, which are rotis stuffed with large amount of chicken keema, onions, cutlets and eggs. Although, the dish is available in other parts of Calcutta too but Anadi Cabin serves the best ones.

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  • Lord’s More

    If you go to South City Mall, there are a lot of eating points opposite South City Mall that must be visited. A variety of dishes are available here including puchkas, momos, chaat, bakeries, sweet shops etc.

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  • Mitra Cafe

    Mitra cafe is famous for its Mutton Kabiraji cutlet. This cutlet is filled with minced mutton wrapped in egg. It is deep fried and is perfect for all non-veg lovers. The dishes available here include Fish chops, Fish fingers and Moghlai Parathas. There are different kinds of rolls available here.

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  • Golpark Crossing

    One of the speciality of Kolkata is Fish Fry. If you want to try the Fish Fry, you must visit Golpark 5-point crossing. It sells the best fish fries ever.

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Indian Comfort Food That Everyone Loves

Every Indian loves food. Indians use food as a stress buster in difficult times. Whenever, a festive season comes, we are ready with lots of sweets, snacks and other items. Indians are fond of good food and each time we are depressed or low, we take solace in food.

There is a wide variety of foods available in India due to its diversity in culture. In this blog post, we have collected a list of Indian foods that are very popular.

  • Moong Dal Khichdi 
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    This is one dish that is loved by all. This dish has a lot of variants available. This is a perfect mix of dal and chawal. This dish is very easy to prepare. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2vOcrYA

  • Bread Pakodas 
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    This is a great snack for the people of Delhi. This everyday snack is prepared with bread. It is usually filled with spiced potatoes. It is deep fried and dipped in batter. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2waa2CL

  • Idli Sambar 
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    Rice Idlis are immersed in hot sambhar, thus making you feel warm and protected. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2wKbuxH

  • Pakoras and Chai 
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    Photo Courtesy: India Food Network

    Pakoras and Chai are perfect combination of chilli and spices. Here’s the recipe of pakoras: http://bit.ly/2gN1JLf

  • Samosas 
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    Photo Courtesy: HungryForever

    These are potato stuffed, crispy and can easily fulfill one’s hunger pangs. Two or three samosas are enough to satiate your hunger. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2eNd3q1

  • Rajma Chawal 
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    Photo Courtesy: Sinamon Tales

    Rajma Chawal is a filling dish that is very comforting. It is a perfect food for the kitchen. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2j5r7MR

  • Dhokla 
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    Photo Courtesy: Food NDTV

    This dish can be had any time of the day. May it be dinner, lunch or breakfast. The Gujaratis love this food. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2waU3V6

  • Gulab Jamun 
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    Photo Courtesy: Veg Recipes of India

    This is a classic Indian sweet/dessert which is famous and is enjoyed in most celebration/festive meals. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2gNKeKD

  • Jalebi 
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    If you need a dish that is quick, crisp and melts in the mouth, then Jalebi is perfect for you. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/1NfNoAg

  • Tandoori Chicken 
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    Photo Courtesy: Ekta Indian Cuisine

    This Indian dish has its roots in Mughalai cuisine. This tandoori chicken recipe is prepared by marinating in yogurt, spices and grilling to perfection. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2wLnVJA

Modak Recipes for Ganesh Chaturthi

It is that time of the year when Lord Ganesha’s anniversary is celebrated. Ganesh Chaturthi will be starting on 25th August, 2017. It will end on 5th September, 2017. When you are planning to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi, you need to prepare a lot of special dishes.

In this article, we have collected different recipes of Modak, which is a favorite dish of lord Ganesha.

  • Steamed ModakIMG_7259Steamed Modaks, which are also known as Ukadiche Modaks are prepared in steamer pans. These are the most popular modaks, prepared during Ganesh Chaturthi. These modaks are prepared using rice flour and maida(wheat flour). They are filled with jaggery and grated coconut. Here’s the recipe: https://goo.gl/hjGmxo.
  • Fried ModakfriedmodakThis is another kind of modak, known as patholi. These are prepared with whole wheat flour. These modaks are fried either deep or shallow. They are filled with sweet and chewy coconut filling. Their outer covering is very crispy and crunchy. Here’s the recipe: https://goo.gl/tF5t6q
  • Chocolate Modakchocolate-modak-recipe26Have you ever tried Chocolate modaks? The outer covering of this Modak can be covered with chocolate powder. The filling can be done with dry fruits and coconut. Here’s the recipe: https://goo.gl/GpPpNY
  • Amrit Modakamrit-modakAmrit modaks are Pistachio stuffed modaks that are very flavorful. Here’s the recipe: https://goo.gl/4AA6CK
  • Shrikhand ModakShrikhandModakThese are very easy to make and delicious. These modaks will be a perfect gift for Ganpati Bappa. Here’s the recipe: https://goo.gl/T8p8YL

Raksha Bandhan: Some Delicious Recipes

Any celebration is incomplete without good food. Food is something that we all enjoy and on an occasion like Raksha Bandhan, we can indulge in samosas and mithai, especially Ghevar. In this article, we have collected recipes for this special occasion.

  • Besan Ladoo: Besan Ladoo is a favourite recipe for celebrations like Raksha Bandhan. This recipe will surely make everyone drool. You just need ghee, sugar and besan.

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    Photo Courtesy: Indian Healthy Recipes

  • Chocolate Crunch Cake: Chocolate Crunch Cake, which is also known as Chocolate Biscuit Cake is easy to prepare. No baking is required to prepare this recipe. It is free of eggs and requires marshmallows to prepare. It also requires shortbread and prunes.

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  • Samosas: Everyone loves to consume hot samosas with tea. But too much oil is not good for your health. Baked samosas, which are prepared without deep frying can easily solve the problem.
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Photo Courtesy: Veg Recipes Of India

  • Pinni: Punjabi pinni can be prepared in many ways including flax seeds, dry fruits and wheat flour.

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  • Tandoori Chaat: A festival like Raksha Bandhan is incomplete without good food. Raksha Bandhan is incomplete without this amazing Tandoori Chaat recipe.

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    Photo Courtesy: The Indian Express

  • Kheer: This is a very traditional Indian/Pakistani dish. Everyone loves this rice pudding.

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  • Phirni: This is a very easy almond and saffron phirni recipe. It is very easy to make. You should refrigerate it and enjoy it in dinner.

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    Photo Courtesy: Veg Recipes of India

  • Hara Bhara Kebab: This recipe is perfect for those going to the gym. This dish can be prepared using chane ki daal, which contains high fibre and spinach, which is a super food filled with protein, minerals and iron.

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  • Kalakand: It is also known as Malai Burfi/Kalakand. This dish is perfect for those who don’t like their dessert to be too sweet.

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  • Chocolate Coffee Cake: This chocolate coffee cake is delicious and is very easy to prepare. Make this cake for your brother this Raksha Bandhan.

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    Photo Courtesy: Jeroxie

10 Indian Cities & Their Unique Food

Besides being culturally diverse, India is diverse in its food. While the North is known for ‘Chole Bhature’, South is known for ‘Idli Dosa’. Like this, all Indian cities are known for their unique food. In this article, we have collected food from every region of India.

  • Delhi

     

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    Photo Courtesy: Indian Healthy Recipes

    Delhi is known for its delicious food. Delhi’s famous dishes, Chole Bhature and Chaat Papdi cannot be found anywhere else. So, if you visit Delhi, the next time you should order a large plate of this snack.

  • Mumbai

     

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    Photo Courtesy: HungryForever

    Vada Pav is Indian form of vegetarian burger. It is a very popular food of Maharashtra. It is a very important dish that is available in every corner of Maharashtra.

  • Lucknow

     

    1d895b4f6035dd65f334a9a94fec6ba8--places-to-see-kebabTunde Kebab a very important dish of Lucknow. The dish belongs to the Awadhi cuisine. The Kebab gets its name from one-armed chef “Murad Ali” who had a nickname of “Tunde”. Tunde Kebab is prepared with the help of 160 spices. It is a family secret.

  • Kolkata

     

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    Photo Courtesy: HungryForever

    Kolkata is known for its sweets and music. In this city, the delicious rasgulla was invented. Whenever you visit this city, you must try Sandesh and rasgullas.

  • Srinagar

     

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    Photo Courtesy: Boldsky

    Srinagar is known for its beauty as well as delicious food. If you want to try the special taste of Kashmir, then you must try the gustaba, a meatball curry. It is best served with Kashmiri pulao. You must try the dish when you visit Srinagar.

  • Chennai

     

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    Photo Courtesy: The Better India

    Chennai is known for Idli, Sambhar and Dosa. These delicious delicacies are not to be missed.

  • Hyderabad

     

    hyderabadi-dum-biryani.jpg.image.784.410Hyderabad was ruled by Nizam. And it is greatly influenced by Mughlai and Andhra cuisine. Hyderabadi dum biryani is a staple dish of this city.

  • Jaipur

     

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    Jaipur is well known for its beautiful fabrics and Polki jewellery. Besides this, the food in Jaipur is awesome. The Dal Bati Churma is an excellent dish which is served with ghee.

  • Agra

     

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    Photo Courtesy: Indobase

    Besides being known for the Taj Mahal, Agra is also known for Petha, a world renowned sweet. So, whenever you visit Agra, you must try it.

  • Amritsar

     

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    Photo Courtesy: CookingWithSapana

    This city is famous for its sarson da saag and makke di roti. The Golden city is also known for its tasty Paranthas and Amritsari chole.

Top 10 Indian Monsoon Recipes

Monsoon is just about to hit the corner. This is a perfect time to try some new monsoon recipes. Indians are fond of monsoon dishes. There are some recipes that Indians can’t live without after rainy season. These include Pakoras and Chai.

If you want some recipes for this rainy season, then you will find them here. In this article, we have collected some favorite Monsoon recipes.

  • Samosabig_247156_1420613059Hariali Samosa, which has a filling of green peas, beaten rice and french beans. And that is why, it is a better option as compared to aloo samosa.
  • Paneer Pakorapaneer-pakoraIn the monsoon season, everyone wants to try fried dishes. Pakoras and spicy chaats are a favorite of this season.
  • Noodle PakoraNOODLES-PAKORA-WITH-SALSA-620x330-1478752389Pakoras like Aloo pakora, Pyaaz pakora, vegetable pakora are very common in monsoon season. But you should try something new like Noodles Pakoras.
  • Masala Paruppu VadamaxresdefaultVada is prepared with chana dal and spices. A vada can be had as a breakfast or a snack with tea/coffee.
  • Onion Kachori 

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    This is a delicious kachori prepared with different spices. It can be had in monsoons as well as an evening snack in any season.

  • Aloo Puri

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Puri recipes are always good to savor and taste. One of the best Indian snacks is Aloo puri. It is very easy to prepare and the ingredients needed are potatoes, flour and oil.

  • Sev Purisev-puri-recipe11This recipe of tomato sev puri chaat is easy to prepare at home. It is a yummy chaat that will leave you finger licking.
  • Paneer Cutlet53176112.cmsPaneer is liked by vegetarians as well as non-vegetarians. This paneer cutlet recipe is a spicy and mouthwatering. This can be had as is or can also be used as stuffing in a burger.
  • Prawn KoliwadaBe_NEWyCIAAqnbbPrawn Koliwada is a coastal dish that is prepared with prawns that are fried. This recipe serves as great starter in restaurants and a side dish for home.
  • Paneer Tikkatandooripaneertikka_sandhira_13951460832340Paneer is combined with yellow and green bell pepper. It is sprinkled with spices and will make you crave for more.

10 Iftar Party Recipes

In the month of Ramadan, the Muslims fast for full day. They break their fast in the evening with iftar. This meal needs to be special as it should be high in nutrition to balance the full day of fasting. Most iftar parties are a celebration. Families and friends gather around and have great time together. And that is why we have collected 10 recipes that you must try at home:-

  • Mutton Rezala 

     

    mutton-rezalaThis is one of the most popular recipes in Muslims. This dish is filled with mutton gravy soup and mutton. This is a very special Ramadan recipe.

  • Gosht Ki Dum Biryani 

    Dum BiryaniDum Biryani is one of the favourite main course recipe of iftar party. It is filled with layers of spice, curd and mutton.

  • Malabar Moplah Kozhi Ada 

    ITC Windsor - Moplah 03This is a perfect and traditional snack for teatime. These are filled with chicken, beef or mutton.

  • Mango Kesar Kulfi 

    Mango-Kesar-Pista-KulfiIftar meals are incomplete without desserts. The creamy mango kulfi combines taste of mangoes and pistachios.

  • Manglorean Chicken Ghee Roast 

    mangalore-chicken-ghee-roastIf you feel like eating delicious and spicy food, then Manglorean chicken ghee roast is best for you. It is a fiery red, tangy and spicy meat with many spices added to it.

  • Mini Samosas 

    mini_samosasMini samosas are a very important part of iftar meals. These are deep fried and golden brown in colour. You can have these with chutney to add to the flavour.

  • Kapitan Chicken Curry 

    Nyonya-Style-Chicken-Curry-Kapitan-Chicken-Curry-656x437This is a thicker, richer and drier version of chicken curry. It is perfect for Ramadan.

  • Hara Bhara Kebab 

    maxresdefaultThis is a traditional dish of Ramadan. This vegetarian dish is soft, tender and very delicious. This is a perfect evening snack and is prepared with gram dal and spinach. It is high in minerals, vitamins, iron and protein.

  • Haleem 

    haleem_625x350_71466578197Haleem is a popular dish of Ramadan. It is available in different tastes in various places during Ramadan. This dish is prepared using lentils, wheat and meat.

  • Chicken Shawarma 

    shawarma newThis is a very popular recipe of Middle East. The chicken is baked in yoghurt marinade. It is rolled in pita bread and best served with tahini.

10 Feel Good Summer Dishes

Summers are hot and we need something to make us feel good in hot temperatures. In this article, we have collected 10 recipes that are perfect for summers.

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Kulfi is an Indian dessert which is very popular. In my childhood, I used to wait for kulfi wala, a vendor who sold kulfi. The guy carried a large earthen pot and sold kulfi going door to door.

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Every summer, I make this easy to prepare ice-cream. This is prepared with mangoes, cream, sugar and vanilla(optional). The markets are full of mangoes in summer season, so it is the right time to make this dessert.

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Dahi Vada is a popular dish in which lentil dumplings are dipped in creamy yogurt. The topping is done with sweet and spicy chutneys.

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Fruit custard is a great dessert. Besides fruit custard, gajar ka halwa, besan ladoo, rice kheer, rasgulla and jalebi are very popular desserts.

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Most people know how to make cold coffee. But here I am sharing a recipe that I like and is unique.

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Mango Mousse is a very light drink. It is creamy, heavenly and has great aroma with yellow colour of mangoes.

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This is a creamy and smooth dessert. When you have unexpected guests at home and you are craving for chocolate, then this mousse would be perfect for you.

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Summers are incomplete without ice cream. An ice-cream is something that we all enjoy. In this recipe, we use basic method for preparing vanilla ice cream.

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Mango Panna cotta is a smooth panna cotta prepared with mangoes.This italian dessert’s is a favorite at home. The Italian name “Panna Cotta” means “cooked cream”. It is a creamy soft pudding.

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This is another refreshing drink for summers. This is a very popular drink of North India and Punjab.

Best Indian Main Course Dishes

Lunch and dinner are our main course meals. Although, dinner can be kept light but breakfast and lunch should always be proper. In this article, I am sharing some main course recipes.

Both North Indian and South Indian recipes are included in this article.

  • Chole: This is a Punjabi Chole masala recipe which is spicy, tasty and flavorful. Chole are perfect with naan, pooris, rotis and rice.punjabi-chole-recipe23
  • Tiffin SambarThis recipe of hotel style tiffin sambar goes well with medu vada, dosa and idli. There are many variations of sambar that you can try.

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  • Punjabi Kadhi: Kadhi Pakora is a popular recipe of North India. These are fried pakoras in a yogurt sauce that is creamy and sour. There are many variations of kadhi that are available in different regions of India.punjabi-kadhi-pakora
  • Paneer MakhaniDeliciously cooked cottage cheese in tomatoes and cream sauce. Light spice is added to it with little sweetness and tang.paneer-makhani-recipe17
  • Chana Dal: This is a Punjabi style chana dal which is flavored with onions, spices and tomatoes. Dal is best served with rice/rotis. They are a staple food of North India.chana-dal-recipe25
  • Kadai MushroomMushrooms prepared in a spicy onion-tomato gravy. You must also try mushroom curry and Restaurant Style Kadai Mushroom.kadai-mushroom-gravy-recipe20
  • Gobi Masala: This is a delicious, creamy and light spicy gobi masala made in restaurant style. The same recipe can be prepared with different veggies. Some recipes similar to this include matar masala and capsicum masala. These go well with naan, rotis, tandoori rotis or rice.gobi-masala-recipe17
  • Veg Biryani in Pressure Cooker: This is a very easy recipe of veg biryani. No previous cooking of vegetables and rice are required. For an authentic dum cooked biryani, try this hyderabadi veg biryani. Some other popular recipes of rice are veg fried rice and veg pulao.vegetable-biryani
  • Veg SaguA curry that is creamy, spicy and coconut based. It is prepared with mix veggies. This goes well with neer dosa, set dosa, parathas, pooris, chapatis etc. You must also try Kerala Style Veg Stewveg-saguside-dish-for-roti.1024x1024-1
  • Paneer MasalaThis is a delicious and rich paneer curry prepared with onion-tomato-cashew base. Some other popular paneer recipes include paneer butter masala and palak paneer.53519872

10 Traditional Rajasthani Recipes

India is a very diverse land. The country has different cultures, traditions, ethnicity and flavours. In this article, we explore one of the most celebrated cuisine of country i.e. Rajasthan.

Rajasthan is the land of majestic forts, golden deserts and rich culture. It has always been thrilling to experience Rajasthan. Food is an essential component of describing any place. Food tells us about the topography and socio-historical culture of the place.

Rajasthan is mainly inhabited by Marawaris who are vegetarians. Pyaaz Kachori is one of the staple dish of this state. Rajasthan is greatly influenced by Rajput culture and thus its cuisine includes delicacies with fiery hot meat curries and desi desserts that are mouthwatering. The food here has a lot of ghee. If you are planning to visit the state, you must try pyaaz Kacori, Dal baati churma, Papad Ki Sabzi, Gatte Ki Sabzi. Those who want to try meat, they must try banjari gosht, safed maas and laal maas.

Sweets are also a very popular part of the cuisine. These include: Ghewar, Malpuas, Rasogullas and Mawa Kachori.

  • Rajasthani Laal MaasThis delicious red meat curry is a combination of mutton, hot spices and red chillies. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2qZCPZC

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  • Banjari GoshtThis dish has authentic flavors of coriander, garlic, turmeric and red chilli. These are marinated with juicy mutton. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2rYhM9j

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  • Gatte Ki SabziThis is a delicious Rajput dish. Gattas are prepared with besan. They are dipped in spicy gravy. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2rkFtwm

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  • Safed Maas

    This is a brilliant dish that is very delicious and is cooked perfectly. The dish is prepared with a delicious mix of desi masalas and a good amount of milk, cream, cashew nuts and curd.

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  • Bhuna KukdaChicken marinated in a delicious mix of Rajasthani spices. They are cooked till they are tender and are garnished with coriander leaves that are fresh. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2qiU4by

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  • Kairi CurryThis tangy mango curry can be combined with Rajasthani Khoba roti to give you a perfect taste.

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  • GhewarThis is a traditional sweet of Rajasthan. It is made of milk, flour and sugar syrup. The sweet is circular in shape. It is very popular during festive season. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2qq7YUq

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  • Rajasthani Mirchi VadaThis dish is also known as mirchi vada. Masala aloo filling is mixed with green pepper and then deep fried. It tastes great with tomato chutney. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2qiJKQI

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  • Macchhilli JaisamandiThis is a tender fish that is deep fried. It is prepared in cream and spicy flavours.

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  • Aamras Ki KadhiThis is a flavorful dish in which Mango puree is mixed with besan and buttermilk. It is topped with boondi and a desi spices tadka.

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