Lasora ka Achaar/Gunda Pickle is made in two ways, one with spices and the other without any spices. The former is liked by elders while kids love the latter i.e without any spices. Everyone at my house are big fans of Gunda Pickle.
Lapsi is a traditional dish of Rajasthan and Gujarat prepared with porridge (broken wheat). Lapsi is often prepared for some special occasions or for rituals (puja). This dish is really delectable to eat.
There are various ways of preparing Bhindi(lady’s finger), for example: Bhindi stuffed with large/ less amount of spices, curd bhindi, crispy fried Bhindi, Aloo bhindi with besan, okra and gramflour Bhindi, okra with gram flour stuffing Bhindi ,Bhindi fried with spices. Today we will be preparing a tasty dish of Bhindi fried with spices.
Churma with bafla or batti and churma laddo are liked alot by all. Churma can be prepared with numerous styles, like batti churma, bajra churma, atta churma and so on. Today we will make traditional Rajasthani besan churma.
Meeda ladoo are prepared with gram flour and jaggery. These ladoos are traditionally prepared in Rajasthan during diwali and holi. But we can prepare these delectable ladoos anytime, especially during winters.
Baati can be prepared in numerous styles. Like bafla batti (where we boil baatis), spices and stuffing filled batti or fried baati and so on. Today we'll make Rajasthani masala baati prepared with coarsely grounded spices mixed in flour.
Pitod ki Sabzi is a traditional dish made in Rajasthan, if there are no vegetables in your fridge and you still want to make something special then do prepare Rajasthani Pitod ki Sabzi.
Besan(gram flour) plays an important role in traditional Rajasthani cuisine. The main ingredients used to prepare Rajasthani Pitod Curry are Besan and curd. Besan is shaped as Gatte and cooked in steam while preparing Rajasthani Besan ke Gatte.
Rajasthani Pitod ki Sabzi is prepared in the opposite manner, Besan mixture is cooked then solidified. Rajasthani Pator/Patod ki Sabzi does contain vegetables but not the green ones.
Dessert berries and beans sabzi is prepared with too much of oil and spices and is tarty in flavor. Dessert berries (kair) are small round balls whereas dessert beans (sanghiri) is 2-3 inch long thin beans (phalli). Dessert beans and berries are dried completely and then used for making sabzi after soaking them in water. This recipe has a very unique taste which you can savor once you try making it.
Besan halwa can be prepared with numerous methods but besan halwa prepared with Rajasthani method is out of the world and has a unique taste. This halwa can be prepared instantly. You will never forget the taste of this halwa.
Make Besan Cheela with lots of green vegetables for the breakfast. I am sure everyone will love to eat this nutritious and tasty hot served dish. If you want, you can even pack this Cheela for lunch in your children school tiffin along with sweet chutney or apple jam or annanas jam.