Rajasthani Mithai, Rajasthani Sweets
Rajasthanis don’t hold back on the use of full-fat milk and ghee in their mithai. No wonder the Manpasand Mithai of Rajasthan tastes so heavenly!
All the festivals and special occasions in the whole of Rajasthan are incomplete without Ghevar, the king of sweets. A honeycomb shaped delicacy made using plain flour and ghee is relished with rabri.
Rajasthani Mithai from Udaipur
Doodhiya Kheech is a popular dish from Udaipur. This rich, sweet dish provides with plenty of energy. Made using milk and wheat , it will keep you hooked to it till the last bite.
Winters are harsh in Rajasthan. To keep the body warm, Rajasthanis savour upon different sweets like Gaund ke ladoo , Moong dal halwa , Badam ka halwa which are rich and can be easily stored. Atte ka Malpua is another traditional favourite in Rajasthani households to keep away from the chill weather.
Rajasthani Sweets from Jodhpur
Jodhpur is famous for its Mawa Kachori. Rich dry fruit and mawa (khoya) stuffed crisp deep- fried kachoris are coated in sugar syrup.
Delicately flavoured with spices, sweet treats like Dilkushar are sure to make you feel like a king!
Dal-baati is a typical Rajasthani treat and incomplete without the quintessential "Churma". It is made using coarsely ground wheat flour, besan or maize flour. The most common of all is the wheat flour churma that can be is shaped into Churma ladoo and can be stored too. The texture of ladoo is enhanced by adding sesame seeds and dryfruits.
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