of Rajasthan is known for its rich regal culture and heritage. The arid and dry
nature of the region, the extreme climatic conditions, scarcity of water and
vegetation has witnessed evolvement of unique cooking styles and food habits of
the natives that is quite different and unique from other Indian cuisines.
water in the region has witnessed extensive use of dairy products by the
inhabitants like milk, butter and butter milk so as to compensate or reduce the
water content while cooking. Beans, dried lentils and legumes like gram flour,
bajra and jowar form the main ingredients of many of the Rajasthani dishes.
Ghee is liberally used in preparing different Rajasthani dishes which are rich
in spice and flavour.
heritage of the region as well as the gastronomic enthusiasm among locals have
led to a wide variety of delectable and exquisite Rajasthani dishes starting
from main courses to snacks to sweet dishes. Some items like Dal-Baati-Churma
and Laal Maas have garnered both national and international popularity among
One of the
most popular cuisines in India, Rajasthani dishes are loved and relished by
most Indians as well as foreigners.
this flavourfully rich cuisine we were Invited by the Courtyard Marriott
Gurgaon who have specially called chefs and Maharajs from Rajasthan to cook the
best and the most authentic dishes from the region.
Dal ki Tikki, Mirchi Pakoda, Mutton Boti served with an array of pickles and chutneys
were just amazing. The Gud ka Sharbat and the Bel ka Sharbat are the most
nourishing coolers in this season and a must have with the meal. Don't miss the
most delicious Laal Mass and the Safed Murg including the most sought after
Gatte ki subzi and the ever so popular Ker Sangri the dried berries and beans.
How can they forget the cult Dal Baati Churma. Baati was just to die for
totally immersed in pure ghee and in three different variants. Desserts
Ghewar and Besan Burfi are just delicious.
Gurugram Downtown will host the Rajasthan Food Promotion from 23rd July-31st July at Dinner.
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