If you are going on Rajasthan tour packages, you are surely going to have the great taste of your life. It is known for its delicious dishes in the world. When you need it to be heavy as per winters it is the best; when you need it as per the summers, it is again the best only. We will talk about some dishes of Rajasthan that will make you more excited to visit it. Any place’s dishes exhibit the background and the culture of the place. These dishes will also prove themselves to be perfect as per their culture and climate.
Dal Bati Churma
Dal Bati Churma is the signature dish of Rajasthan. It is famous all over India. In fact, it is so loved by the Indians that many households cook it in their homes. Many have it as a dish in their restaurants in other parts of the country. ‘Bati’ is the roll made up of wheat flour and baked. ‘Dal’ is the Panchkuti Dal. It is a combination of five pulses. When ‘Dal’ and ‘Bati’ are mixed then it is called as ‘Churma’. It is served with salad, onion, pickles, etc.
Gatte ki Khichdi
‘Gatte’ are prepared very interestingly. First, a dough is made of gram flour and then they are converted to long rounded strips. Then they are boiled and then cut into small pieces. Those small pieces are either eaten after frying or in Khichdi. ‘Khichdi’ is a recipe of rice. Rice is boiled first and then fried using some spices and then Gatte are also added into it. This is a nice combination to have if you want to have something lighter but tastier.
Rajasthani Namkeen is very famous. Bikaneri Bhujia, Aloo Bhujia, Bhel, Different types of Moong Dal, Sev and Gathiya are very famous. The base item is the same for many Namkeen; it is the usage of the spices which differ. There are different types and quality of herbs as well. Like clove, Asafoetida, cardamom, fenugreek seeds, coriander, etc. add an absolute, pungent and delectable taste that one long for it and thus Rajasthani Namkeen are very famous. We have export houses as well that export Namkeen to other countries.
Snacks and Desserts
Rajasthan offers a wide variety of snacks also. There are Kachori, Chaat, Pakora, etc. Please make a note of one thing that most of the dishes are little pungent and spicy here. So, in case you are not comfortable please keep something sweet with you like fruits or chocolates. Rajasthan can compete in desserts as well. It has Badam ka Halwa, Porridge of Almonds, Churma Ladoo, Pancakes with Dal Bati, Mawa Kachori, Kachori of Sweetened Mawa, etc.
Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan is also the part of the golden triangle India tour package. Jaipur tour packages are also going to give you a fair chance to taste all these dishes. You only need to ask for it. Just make sure if the dishes are very heavy, and then try having them in the daytime as they would have a soporific effect. There is another way round of having dinner little early in the evening and then staying awake at night for a little longer time. This would give you the pleasure of eating as well as it won’t make you fat.