Marriage is an once-in-a-lifetime event and must be celebrated in a royal manner, especially if it is a traditional Rajasthani wedding. In order to make your wedding memorable and delicious experience, make sure you plan a delicious and well-planned wedding menu to make your guests drool over the cuisine.
Here’s we present you the Rajasthani wedding menu to serve your guests with perfect wedding feast:
Dal Baati Churma is one of the most liked and authentic Rajasthani dishes that you must try to experience the authentic taste of royal land. The dry baati gets served with spicy dal along with sweet churma. It is a perfect delicacy to serve at your Rajasthani wedding this season.
Also widely known as Panchkuta, Ker Sangri is another popular dish from the land of Rajasthan made using Sangri beans and Ker berries. The dish has its roots in the Marwad region, which is a desert area and nothing grows here other than beans and berries.
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Another Rajasthani dish loved by not just locals but the people all over India, Shahi Gatte is absolutely the right delicacy to pick for your wedding. The dumplings made of besan dipped in spicy gravy tastes amazing and complements the piping hot phulkas just right. This dish later gets garnished with mawa and dry fruits for rich flavors.
An interesting dish from Rajasthan, Papad ki sabzi is made by using sautéing the fried papads in thick gravy made using tomatoes and curd. Eat it with rice, bajre ki roti, missi roti or paratha; the choice is all yours.
It is a known truth that all northern states have their own version of Kadhi. While most recipes contain besan ka pakoras, Rajasthani Kadhi is prepared using pakodas and vegetables. You will love the exotic flavors of spices used in this kadhi such as fenugreek, turmeric, red chilies, heeng, etc. Rajasthani Kadhi can be best eaten with rotis or steamed rice.
A personal favorite of all fish lovers, Machhli Jaisamandi is all you need to serve your guests with rich Rajasthani flavors. The silky creamy texture mixed with spices makes this dish a popular choice among non-vegetarian lovers.
Bhuna Kukda is a perfect dish for all chicken lovers and will surely make your guests drool over the taste and the tempting aromas. To make this recipe, a chicken is marinated in Rajasthani spices to make it tender and later sprinkled with coriander leaves.