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Traditional Rajasthani cooking is known for ita spicy nature and the availability of ingredients in this desert region.
 

 
 
The local and the most popular dish of Rajasthan is called Dal Bhati Churma. It is basically hard bread made of wheat flour that is to be eaten with lentil curry. The food in Rajasthan is known for its spicy nature. Since there is always a scarcity of water in Rajasthan, more of milk, buttermilk and clarified butter (ghee) are used in cooking.

The normal course of meal includes vegetables, a dal and rotis (a type of bread). Along with this, one can have buttermilk and a wide variety of desserts. Rajasthan is famous for its collection of exotic desserts. Ones there, you must not leave without trying the sweets that are prepared and are absolutely delicious. Rajasthan is also famous for spicy chutneys and pickles. The best part about Rajasthan cuisine is not just the taste, but the way it is served for guests. Each and every detail is taken care of by the people who serve you and they make sure that you don't leave dissatisfied.


Rajasthan Cuisines varies from place to place with different castes and different regions having slightly different preferences. Most people of Rajasthan prefer non-vegetarian food perhaps due to lack of easy availability of fresh vegetables or perhaps due to the Maharajas passion for hunting. In the world of good eating, game cooking is easily the most respected art form, largely because the skills required to clean, cut and cook game are not easily acquired. Two meat specialties - lal maans (red meat), a fiery heavily spiced dish, and safed mass (white meat) cooked with almonds, cashew nuts and coconut - should not be missed during your Rajasthan tour.
 
 
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