Category Archives: Rajasthani dishes

Mohan thal

Mohan Thal – Mohan thal is a traditional sweet of Rajasthan and Gujrat. It tastes simply divine. Whether it’s Diwali or Holi festival is incomplete without this awesome divine sweet.

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Karonde ka achaar

Karonde are still in season. Try this instant Karonde ka achaar. Karonde are not only a rich source of iron but also vitamin C. We make these two ways. One is this instant karonde ka achaar and second is sweet … Continue reading

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Raabdi – Rajasthani Hot drink

                                                 Raabdi – Rajasthani hot drink   Raabdi is the most perfect drink for this cold weather. … Continue reading

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Moong dal pakode

Moong Dal Pakode  Moong dal Pakode with methi leaves known as Paush bade is a very popular snack of Jaipur in winters. As I have already told you winters in Rajasthan could be very cold. Paush month according to hindu … Continue reading

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Diwali sweets and Snacks

Here is a list of Diwali sweets and snacks that I have posted on the blog. Have a fun filled safe Diwali. Cook lots of sweets and snacks and enjoy with your family. 🙂 Diwali Sweets: Kaju Katli Atte ke … Continue reading

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Dal Baati Churma

Dal Baati Churma is one of the most popular foods of Rajasthan. This is a very rich dish (as you can see there is a lot of ghee involved) and is usually served in social functions (gots). Hot Baatis are … Continue reading

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