It is said the food culture of a region leaves everlasting
impressions, good or bad, on tourists visiting a particular
place. The cuisine of Rajasthan almost always manages to entice
tourists into splurging into yet another platter.
The dining experience in Rajasthan is special in every way.
Being a princely state, the cuisines of Rajasthan are more
or less imperial. Royal dishes are still cooked here.
Being a desert state, Rajasthan's food culture has been strongly
influenced by the availability of ingredients in such places,
and the inadequacy of water.
The erstwhile rulers of Rajasthan were high on hunting. Hence,
they had to imbibe the art of game cooking. Therefore, even
today, you will see different barbequed food items as part
of Rajasthani cuisine.
On the other hand, the Marwaris, the staunch vegetarians
of Rajasthan, also prepare equally lip-smacking fare, without
using garlic and onions. In short, there's something special
awaiting every guest of Rajasthan.
Dal, bati and churma is the most widely recognized dish of
Rajasthan. Non-vegetarians can feast on red meat and white
meat specialties of Rajasthani cuisine. Cooked with dry fruits,
these non-veg dishes are simply irresistible.
A dining treat in Rajasthan will be incomplete without the
famous delicacies made here. Try out laddoos (Jaisalmer),
Mawa Kachori (Jodhpur), Dil Jani (Udaipur), Ghevar (Jaipur),
Son Halwa (Ajmer), etc - the food culture of Rajasthan takes
a new form with every passing kilometer.
As part of your Rajputana Splendour tour, you can also learn
to prepare the cuisines of Rajasthan. It'll be quite interesting
to try them out back home. The taste of the food of Rajasthan
is to be savored for life. You will feel more than happy when
you get to cook it on your own.
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