You can cook Rajasthani food at home, these are so easy to cook. These foods last for several days and they prefer eating it without heating. I will share with you the traditional thali, which is as follows.
Dal Bati Churma
When it comes to Rajasthani Food, then one dish comes into mind “Dal Bati Churma“. This 3 in 1 Rajasthani dish is one of the famous typical Rajasthani treats. It contains a complete platter of Thick spicy dal, Sweet Churma, And Crisp and smooth inside Bati. However, this is not the only food that comes into your mind there are other delicious royal recipes.
Gatte ki sabzi is one of the delicious Rajasthani recipes prepared with gram flour (Besan). “Gatte” means cooked gram flour dumplings, “Sabzi” refers to spicy and curd gravy in which the dumplings are dipped. The popularity of Gatte ki sabzi is not only in Rajasthan but also across India.
Sev ki sabzi is also a traditional Rajasthani recipe which is an essential part of the Rajasthani thali. It also goes well with paratha, roti or naan for a delicious meal. It is prepared with tomato, sev, onion and other Indian spices.
Papad Ki Sabzi
Papad ki sabzi is another popular recipe of Rajasthan. The gravy is made of tomatoes and yogurt gravy with some garam masalas. When you have no vegetables in your kitchen then you have a chance to prepare the Papad Ki Sabzi. It is mainly served with Jeera Rice, Pindi chole, etc.
The main thing about “Kadhi Pakoda” is the addition of crisp and fresh Gram flour(Besan) pakodas into the Kadhi. You will find the kadhi more flavourful than usual as I added some different spices to the recipe. If you are preparing Rajasthani Thali then this recipe is a must.
If you liked the Rajasthani Thali, you may also want to try other special thali like South Indian Thali or Odisha temple style Thali.