5 Dishes You Should Definitely Eat in Jaipur

8 09 2017

Jaipur is famous for its imposing monuments, vibrant culture and delicious cuisine. The food items from the city are so popular that every food lover must have at least heard of them. You will rarely find a person who has never heard the names daal, baati, churma. But mind you, Pink City has much more to offer other than these. The city has as much for non-veg foodies as for vegetarians. The food here is heavenly and you should definitely try the following dishes when in Jaipur-

Keema Baati

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This is not your regular plain or masala baati. Keema baati is stuffed with keema or minced meat. To make the stuffing, keema is mixed with aromatic spices and is cooked till tender. Baati stuffed with the prepared minced meat is then baked on slow flame. The exterior is crunchy while the contents inside just melt in your mouth. This heritage dish of Rajasthan is certainly a must relish.

Laal Maas

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Probably the most well-known non-veg recipe from Jaipur, Laal Maas is for you if you are into really hot food. Tender pieces of meat coupled with thick gravy is every foodie’s dream. The gravy is full of hot red chilies. Everyone coming to Jaipur wants to get taste of this royal fare and we are sure that you don’t want to miss out either.

Gatta Masala

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Chickpea flour is a huge part of Rajasthani cuisine. In gatta masala, dumplings made of chickpea flour are the main ingredients. The tangy gravy is made using generous quantities of yogurt. The dish is not too spicy so anyone can enjoy its decadent flavours.

Lassi

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This famous yogurt drink has the power to revive your senses with just a few sips. Sweet and sour flavours of Jaipur’s Makhaniya Lassi will make you go wow. Lassi here is served with dollops of butter. This is one drink that will make you forget all other soft and hard drinks.

Ghevar

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Another specialty of Jaipur, Ghevar is a sweet-dish made of refined flour and milk. It is dipped in sugar syrup for sweetness. You can have it plain like this or if you want a richer experience, try ghevar topped with condensed milk and dry fruits. There is one condition though, ghevar is available only during the holy Saawan month but this sweet is so yummy that you would want to come to Jaipur every Saawan just for ghevar.

Forresta Kitchen and Bar at Devraj Niwas, Jaipur is the place to sink your teeth in authentically prepared Jaipur-delights. We follow the original recipes to give your taste buds the zest they crave.

The Forresta Kitchen & Bar
Ground Floor, Devrajniwas, Near Moti Mahal Cinema, Bani Park, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302016
http://www.theforresta.com

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