Food in Kota
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Variety in the Cuisine of KotaThe old princely state of Rajasthan also has its unique line of royal cuisines. The rulers who went on hunting expeditions liked the preparations of the meat or the fowl which they hunted. Till date, Rajasthani princely family feasts flaunt meat cuisines that are unrivaled.
Another peculiarity of Rajasthani meals is that sweet dishes are never served after meals, unlike desserts they are always had at the beginning of the meals. At times they are served before, during and after the meal.
Vegetarian Dominated Food CultureThere are many people in Rajasthan who are strictly vegetarians. Most of the times pure ghee is used for preparing food which adds flavour and aroma to the dish. Some of the tastiest curries of Rajasthan are based on pulses or gram flour. Also there is good use of yogurt, dry fruits and spices in many of the delicacies. Rajasthan also boasts of a wide array of savories and sun-dried snacks.
Special Delicacies of KotaSpecialities of Rajasthan are numerous. Some of the very popular dishes include Bajre ki khichdi, Besan ki chakki, Dal bati churma, Gatte ki sabji, Papad ki sabji, Sev tamatar, Mirchi vada, Mawa kachori, Mohan maas, Laal maas, Bajri ki raab, Moong dal ka halwa and Rabdi.
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