10 delicacies you must try in Rajasthan

Rajasthan has a rich culture and heritage and is equally famous for its unique Rajasthani cuisines. The long history of royal heritage is the main reason that the state has a variety of delectable and exquisite dishes. Some of the delicious food of Rajasthan are listed below:

Rajasthani Laal Maas

Laal Maas literally means red meat which is a traditional meat recipe of Rajasthan. It gets its red color from the handpicked dried red chilies. The lamb pieces are well marinated with the variants of aromatic spices to give it a spicy flavor.

Dal Bhati Churma

Dal bhati churma is the most popular dish of Rajasthan. It is baked wheat flour bread prepared with lentil and other ingredients like sugar, dried fruits, and wheat flour. This dish goes well with the spicy garlic chutney.

Gatte ki khichdi

Gatte ki khichdi is kind of biryani prepared with rice, soft besan dumplings, several vegetables and selected spices.  It is also known by the name Ram Pulao and is best served with yogurt.

Gatte ki Sabji

Gatte ki sabji is a popular Rajasthani curry prepared from gram flour dumplings. To add thick gravy this curry is well cooked with the buttermilk and spices. It is best served with  roti.


Kachori is small golden brown discs of flour filled with lentils and spiced onions. It can be served with various chutneys and can be eaten as a whole. It is a popular dish found in every fast food in  Rajasthan.


This sweet flavored dish is prepared by continuously heating milk in low flame. Several dry fruits are added along with sugar and spices and it is stirred until it becomes dense and changes its color into pinkish brown.

Ker Sangri

This traditional pickle is prepared by drying wild berries and beans. It has the tangy flavor and tastes good when mixed with yogurt and some selected spices.

Pyaz Kachori

Pyaz kachori is spicy golden brown discs of wheat flour stuffed with onions and potatoes. It is served with sweet tamarind and spicy coriander chutney.


Gujia is a sweet dish popularly found in every sweet shop in  Rajasthan. This sweet dish is stuffed with khoya, coconut, and roasted dry fruits. Maida or suji is used to prepare this dish.

Bajre Ki Roti and Lashun Ki Chutney

Bajre ki roti is flat bread made with millet that is eaten with vegetables or garlic chutney. Bajre ki roti and lashun ki chutney is the most popular dish of Rajasthan.