6 Rajasthani Foods That Will Bring Tears To Your Eyes

You might call yourself a big foodie as you are reading this right now, but if you haven’t tried having these spicy Rajasthani foods yet, you will have to wait to call yourself one 😉

  1. Bikaneri Bhujia

One thing which a Rajasthani will always be ready to munch on is ‘Bikaneri Bhujia’. In fact this namkeen is actually used as an ingredient in 90% instant snacks – sandwiches, dry golgappas, papdi chaat and enjoyed till its teekha flavour brings tears to one’s eyes 😉

Bikaneri Bhujia Jaipur beat

  1. Laal Maas

The oldest and evergreen mutton curry of Rajasthan, Laal Maas is prepared with red chillies and hot spices. If you don’t cry while eating this, blame the chef for not preparing this well.

 Laal maas

  1. Sev Tamatar
    The spicy sev is mixed with tomatoes and made into a unique and delicious curry, dare to try it and we guarantee your eyes will water but you won’t want to stop eating this.
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  1. Lehsun Ki chutney
    When it comes to the Marwari or Rajasthani Lehsun chutney, nothing can compete its taste! Made with chillies, garlic and other yummy spices, this chutney tastes heavenly with parantha and even roti ! We know your mouth is watering right now :p
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  1. Mirchi Bada
    A street snack famous in Jaipur & Jodhpur, green chillies are stuffed with aloo masala and deep fried, only a strong heart can dare to eat this one till the end 😉

 Mirchi bada Jaipur beat

  1. Pyaaz Ki Kachori
    The famous spicy, crispy Pyaaz ki kachori is a breakfast favourite in almost every part of Rajasthan. While you relish its taste and feel the masala adding a zing on your tongue, your eyes are having their own emotional experience 😉

Pyaaz kachori Jaipur beat

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