Rajasthani recipe

Sunanda Jain tribute recipes

This post is about my lovely childhood friend Sunanda Jain and her signature dish – Rajasthani Khoba Rotis.   Standing together in my kitchen this past Sunday, we counted the many blessings of our friendship. Sunanda skillfully prepared these Khoba Rotis […]

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Mango Peel Sabzi

A side-dish with peels of ripe mangoes, this is an unusual creation from the kitchen of Sunanda & Surendra Singh Pokarna, a Rajasthani couple from Ahmedabad. Sunandaji says that the kesar variety of mangoes is the most popular in Ahmedabad. […]

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Vegetarian kabuli pulav recipe

A rich and famous rice dish from Jodhpur, Kabuli is a favourite at celebrations and weddings. It is highly possible that this dish is the vegetarian version of Qabili Pulav, the national dish of Kabul. Though the original recipe requires […]

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Rajasthani Pitla

A quick side-dish made with besan (gram flour), Rajasthani Pitla is a popular recipe from the desert state of Rajasthan and the ultimate comfort food. This recipe was shared by Chandra Kataria, a beautiful Rajasthani and an impeccable hostess living […]

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Pachrangi Sabzi

“Maan-manuhaar (meaning hospitality) is very important. We love it when all our near and dear ones come over for a meal. We have large family and friend circles. Festivals are an occasion to celebrate together,” says Lalitha Bhandari.   Pachrangi […]

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Panchdhari, Besan ki Pakodi

Panchdhari A halwa made with flour, gramflour, semolina and khoya; this is a much-loved traditional dish in the Chowdhari family. Smt. Anandkawarji says that it is prepared along with pakodis every year on the death anniversaries of her father-in-law and […]

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Cooking with Leftovers - Rice Paratha

Leftover Rice transformed into Rice Paratha! This is the first suggestion that will be given by all my aunts, grandmothers, mother and mom-in-law whenever there is leftover rice! I guess it’s a very Rajasthani thing to do. Popularly known as […]

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Mango Kalakand, a tasty Mithai taught by Smt Jaikuwar Lodha, a Great Granny from Ahmednagar

  A favourite in Jaikuwar Bai’s family, this delicious mithai is best prepared with the Alphonso or Pyari varieties of mango. The pulp from these mangoes does not contain any threads and can be used in this recipe without straining. […]

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Dal ka Halwa Seera

  One of the most popular sweet dishes of Rajasthan, dal ka seera seems a simple dish, but requires practice, patience and expertise. Most families have one or two persons who become the experts in making this dish. Nila Devi […]

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Nagari Laddus

  The quality of your mental state is influenced by the food you eat, says Smt Mankawar Devi Fomra, a great-grandmother from Chennai. Guided by faith and devotion for the lord, she eats satvik foods and leads a satvik life. […]

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kasaar Rajasthani Mithai

A sweet dish which is very popular in traditional Rajasthani homes. Easy to prepare, this Kasaar RECIPE is a favourite during travel time and can be preserved for weeks. It is prepared all through the year and traditionally sent back […]

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Gatte ki sabzi - Soulfood recipes

  When one mentions Rajasthan, images of deserts, camels and havelis conjure in the mind along with its specialty cuisine. Among the vegetarian dishes, Baati, Ker Sangri & Gatta are definitely some top favourites. Gatte is a term used for […]

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Aloo pyaz subzi

A perfect homemaker, a lovely hostess and a beautiful woman, there was much to learn from Mrs. Neeta Lodha. She also shared with us some of her favourite Rajasthani recipes while we enjoyed a wholesome meal at her Haveli in […]

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Sattu for Rakhi - Rajshree recipe

As the day of Raksha Bandhan, also known as Rakhi which means a wristband tied on a brother’s wrist by his sister, approaches every year in the month of August, I receive the tastiest assortment of ‘Sattus’ from my dear […]

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Nirmala Sipani

  This post is in poignant memory of beautiful Nimmi whose loss is a deep void in our hearts that is going to be so hard to fill. Here is a touching poem by her young niece, Meetha Jamad: MISS […]

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Aate ka Seera Rajasthani Mithai

The world of blogs is amazing…sharing information, humour, writings, news…and fundraising as well. Jai and Bee of Jugalbandi have chosen the colour Yellow as their fundraiser for Blogger Briana Brownlow. Their site mentions that “Yellow is the happiest colour in […]

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