Recipe to make crispy and crunchy tea time snack, Nimki aka Namkeen aka Namak Para. Traditionally these namkeen are made with all purpose flour, but I added some wholewheat flour to add some fiber and nutrition. I also added some chaat masala for some extra flavor.
Recipe to make Rajasthani Makai ki Subzi. With just a few ingredients, this curry comes together in no time and is great to serve with rice or rotis.
Recipe to make Spicy hot Rajasthani Lehsun Chutney aka Garlic chutney. It is great to serve with rotis or to spread on sandwiches.
Recipe to make beautiful Rajasthani Khoba roti. In its most basic form, the rotis are rolled out into about 1/2″ thick and then the top is pinched with fingers in a circular pattern. Or you can get fancy like here and make a very intrinsic and beautiful pattern on the roti. It is usually served with a generous drizzle of ghee along with a curry or dal or any other spicy side dish.
Recipe to make Jaipuri Vegetable Pulao. Colorful, delicious and easy to make. This is a great dish to make on a busy weeknight or to serve at a fancy party.
Malpuas are nothing but Indian pancakes that are dipped in sugar syrup. They taste absolutely amazing when served with the instant rabri and they are sure to be an awesome treat for any sweet lover.
Recipe to make Instant Rabri. This instant rabdi is the easiest dessert you could ever make. Recipe uses bread to thicken this rabdi/ rabri. I also used evaporated milk to make even more quick. Rabdi can be served just as is or it can be served along with malpua or jalebi or falooda. Serve it chilled or at room temperature for a yummy yummy dessert.
Rajasthani Badam Halwa is an amazing delicious dessert. This is a rich and decadent dish.
I have never heard or saw edible gum/ goond until I had my son about 7 years ago. My MIL sent some laddoo made with various healthy flours and goond and said they are really nutritious and good for nursing mothers. Goond is an ‘edible gum’ extracted from the bark of a tree. It looks like a crystal and comes in quite a few colors and sizes. I was ecstatic to see it in the local Indian store and that too in couple of sizes (and price points). I bought a package and made these nutritious laddoos for the Rajasthani…
Here are the three curry dishes I made for my Rajasthani Lunch Thali: Panchmel Subzi Dhana Wadi Subzi Recipe from Manjula’s Rajasthani Thali. Recipe from Manjula’s Rajasthani Festive Thali and Priya’s blog.