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Gatte ka Pulao, Rajasthani Gatte Ka Pulao

Gatte ka Pulao is made on festive occasions when plain steamed rice is not served. As vegetables are not available throughout the year, cooked gattas are added to spice up this pulao which is usually served with kadhi or plain curds.

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Rajasthani Ram Chane

I originally hail from Rajasthan and so have a connect with the Rajasthani food and culture. Although we…

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Rajasthani khoba roti

Prettiest of all indian rotis/ breads - rajasthani khoba roti / jadi roti . Its impressive, easy to make and tastes heavenly. A must try .

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Anju's Kitchen Treasures: Bhindi Jaipuri (Crispy Fried Okra) Bhindi (Okra)-300gm Amchoor(dry mango) powder-1tsp Red chilli powder-1tsp Cumin powder-1/2tsp Besan(gram flour)-3/4 cup Corn flour-1/4cup Broken cashewnuts-2tbsp(optional) Finely chopped onions-2tbsp Oil-to deep fry Vinegar-1tsp Salt-to taste Red food colour-a pinch(optional)

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Jodhpuri Aloo Recipe – Baby Potato Recipes

jodhpuri aloo - a lip smacking side dish with baby potatoes in just 15 mins. #vegan #glutenfree

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Chenna Malpua ( Rajasthani

Delicate and lacy malpuas made using fresh paneer which will melt in your mouth. This recipe is somewhat comparable to the famous malai malpuas of pushkar near ajmer. Serve them warm topped with rabri or just garnished with chopped almonds and pistachios. You will find chenna malpuas only at a few cities in rajasthan. Just grab the opportunity to make them as they are simply divine! these malpuas are a little tricky to make, so be patient. Sometime, they can just disintegrate in the ghee…

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Churma Ladoo

Churma Ladoo or Churma na Ladwa is an Indian sweet made during special occasions or festivals. Churma Ladoo is a traditional Gujarati sweet as well as Rajasthani, made especially during festivals like Holi or Diwali. This sweet delicacy very common in Gujarati house mostly in Brahmin community, usually serve with thali like Dal-Bhaat, Puri, Vaal […] The post Churma Ladoo appeared first on Binjal's VEG Kitchen.

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Pyaaz ki Kachori

These kachoris probably originated in Jodhpur but are today popular throughout Rajasthan. Very few households actually prepare these crisp, flaky deep fried kachoris stuffed with a onion filling. Steaming hot pyaz ki kachoris or aloo pyaz ki kachoris are sold at most 'namkeen' shops in Rajasthan. Like all kachoris, they are eaten with a sweet and spicy tamarind chutney. You can prepare these kachoris ahead of time and re-heat them in a slow oven just before serving. They are perfect for an…

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