Jaipur is very popular for its delicious cuisine offers a magnificent treat to the specialist of food. In the ancient times, due to lack of vegetation and agricultural land, the Rajasthani preferred such type the food which could last for a few days and does not require so much of water to be digested the food. Spices are adding more taste in that cuisine. An extensive range of chutneys and sweet dishes take the prosperity of flavors of Rajasthani cuisine to a higher level. In Jaipur, the sweets are not eaten up just as the desert, however also before and within the meal along with the main course.
Dal Bati Churma is one of the signatures as well as royal Rahasthani dish which comprises of Bati that is the name of bread. The Panchmel dal, a spicy liquid prepared up of pulses, and Churma, that is the name of a sweet powdery dish. Flaky round shaped bread prepared with wheat flour is baked in a tandoor or oven to make up Batis. The Panchmel Dal which is also known as lentil curry is prepared with a blend of five types of pulses; this is completely cooked into desi ghee with many Indian spices.
This is one of the popular Rajasthani curry which is prepared with besan gattas individually and after that cooking them into the spicy gravy. It is an important part of every Rajasthani thali and is the most well known curry apart from the Papad ki Sabzi and Ker Sangri.
Kair Saangri ki Sabzi is another popular dish which blends of Indian spices and is generally cooked into the bucolic areas of Rajasthan. It is mostly eaten by an inhabitant of dry desert areas with Roti. Also identified as Kair Sangri Kumaita, it is also a Marwari dish is prepared with vegetable oil and raw acrid spices; this is a reflection of the simplicity and patience of Rajasthani villagers.
The Ghevar is one of the main sweet dishes of Rajasthan that is prepared mainly on the regional festivals of Teej and Gangaur. This circle shaped, crispy and porous sweet dish is the essence of Rajasthani cuisine. It is actually completed with corn flour and ghee and after that places it in a mould while being cooked. It must be served hot after being dipped into sugar syrup.
This is also a very popular dish, a kachori is made with mawa and sugar syrup, this delicious food is not to be missed. It is available at all type of sweet shops of Jaipur. You can try this as a desert.