Perhaps the best-known Rajasthani food is the combination
of dal, bati and churma(dal is lentils; bati is baked wheat
ball; and churma is powdered sweetened cereal), but for the
adventurous traveler, willing to experiment, there is a lot
of variety available. Besides, each region is distinguished
by its popular sweet - Mawa Kachori from Jodhpur, Alwar ka
Mawa, Malpuas from Pushkar, Rasogullas from Bikaner, Ghevar
from Jaipur to name a few.
The ancient princely state of Rajasthan gave rise to a royal
cuisine. The Rajas who went on hunting expeditions ate the
meat or the fowl that they brought back. Even today, Rajasthani
princely feasts flaunt meat cuisines that are incomparable.
Their food cooked in desi ghee is famous for it's mouth- watering
aroma. Rajasthan's tastiest curries are based on the use of
pulses or gram flour. Dry fruits, spices and yogurt are used
in many delicacies. Rajasthan can also boast of a vast array
of savories and sun-dried snacks. Be it dal bati and churma
or missi roti , one always ends up licking his fingers.
The Complete Menu at Swad Ri Dhani
- Sag-gatta ro
- Sag-dal pachhmelri
- Sag-kadi besanri
- Achar kair sangri ro
- Chatni lasna ri
- Chatni Dhana RI
- Makkhan-Dhani ro
- Rajasthani Meethai
- Rajasthani Namkeen
- Khichada Chhadiya motth
|* Special Menus for wedding and party are also available.