Jaipur is known for its spicy, rich and exotic cuisine. Food is something to look
forward when you are traveling in and around Jaipur. Dal Baati Churma, Besan ke
Gattay, Ghevar, Pyaz ki Kachori and Gazak are some of the famous local delicacies,
which you must relish on your stay here.
Variety of food is available in hotels and restaurants. The restaurants serve authentic
Jaipur cuisine and help tourists pamper their hungry taste buds. Besides Indian,
Continental cuisine is also available in restaurants.
Some of the well known Cuisine of Jaipur are -
Pyaz Ki Kachori
Pyaz ki kachoris were probably originated from Jodhpur. Although now, this spicy
circular shaped fried dish is popular throughout Jaipur and in fact the whole Rajasthan.
Steaming hot pyaz ki kachoris or aloo pyaz ki kachoris are sold at most sweet shops
in Rajasthan. Very few households actually prepare these crisp, flaky deep fried
kachoris stuffed with a lightly caramalised and exceptionally seasoned onion filling.
Like all kachoris, they are eaten with a sweet and spicy tamarind chutney.
Where To Eat Pyaz ki kachoris In Jaipur
Do not miss the famous Pyaz ki Kachori of Rawat Mishthan Bhandar. Situated at polo
victory cinema and very close to both railway station and the bus stand, this is
a famous age old kachori hangout.
Ghewar a delicious sweet dish from Jaipur. It is generally prepared in January for
Makar Sankranti, in March-April for Gangaur and in July-August for the Teej festival.
Ghewar sweet known for its matchless sweetness comes in varieties such as plain,
desi ghee, paneer and mawa. Paneer ghewar is garnished with paneer and is highly
demanded for their matchless flavor.
Where To Get Ghewar In Jaipur
To Taste Ghewar, you can check out the almost any sweet shop in Jaipur in festival
Dal Baati Churma
Dal Bati Choorma is a Rajasthani Dish which has three main servings - Dal, Baati
and Choorma. Dal, or lentil curry is served with Baati, a roundel of stuffed flour
thats baked in a charcoal fire or oven. Choorma is a sweet dish made with flour,
jaggery or sugar and ghee.
Recognized as a Rajasthan speciality, Dal-baati-churma is a wholesome Rajasthani
meal. Baati comes in varieties acts as a substitute for rotis. You can opt for plain
batti, or try the more exotic masala, dry fruit or missi battis. Baati is made out
of wheat, flour, millet or a mix of maize and wheat flour, with loads of ghee.
Where To Eat Dal Baati Choorma In Jaipur
To relish Dal-Baati-Churma at a nominal expense, you can check out the dhabas near
Sindhi Camp (Central) Bus Stand, Jaipur.