Category Archives: Rajasthani dishes

Lesue ka Achaar




Lesue ka Achaar – Lesua, lesuda, gonda or gunda  these little balls have many names though when I got married I had never heard any of these names and I had no idea about their existence on earth. Axat was working … Continue reading






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Bel Ka Sharbat




Bel Patthar used in Bel Ka Sharbat is a fruit packed with nutrients. It has a very soothing and cool effect on stomach. It has lots of fibre so it is also good for digestion. Though bel is not available … Continue reading






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Boondi Ladoo




Boondi Ladoo is an amazing sweet made with sweet boondis. It is very popular especially in kids. The size of boondis may vary in the ladoos. And I love all of them. Even now when I go to my parents … Continue reading






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Besan Barfi




Besan Barfi/burfi or Gram flour fudge is one of the traditional sweets of India. Besan dishes are quite popular in Rajasthan and these Barfis are served in festivals and marriage celebrations. These are quite similar to besan halwa or besan … Continue reading






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Amla Candy | Amla churan




Amla Candy Or Amla Churan – Indian gooseberry or Amla candy is probably the healthiest candy in the world. It has all the benefits of Amla. Amla is a great source of Vitamin C and is good for hair and eyes. … Continue reading






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Aloo pyaz ki sabji (potato onion gravy)




Aloo pyaz ki sabji ( potato onion gravy) is a very popular dish of Rajasthan, India. Rajasthani cuisine has a unique flavor and is generally spicy( well suits me fine 😉 I am definitely not complaining).This dish is prepared in a … Continue reading






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