Jodhpur: List Of The Best Delicious Dishes In The Royal City

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Apart from its cultural heritage and royal palaces, Jodhpur is also very popular for its variety of food dishes. Read out to find more about the city's food.===

Written By Deepankar Ranjan | Mumbai | Updated On:
Jodhpur

Jodhpur is a city known for its cultural heritage. It is also the second-largest city in Rajasthan. The city has been ruled by some of the popular royal kings. The city has gained recognition by the name of 'Blue City' in the country, because of its colourful houses. It is also rich in several food items that attract plenty of tourists and foodies. The Blue City offers a rich variety of traditional Rajasthani food dishes. Here is a list of some of the best food items that are popular in Jodhpur.

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Mawa Kachori

Mawa Kachori is one of the most exotic dishes in Jodhpur. It has a thick filling of mawa and nuts and is also served at various festive occasions in the city. It is made with flour, butter, and crushed cardamom. Heavy cream is also added inside for its thickening.

Ghevar

Ghevar is soaked in sugar syrup and is slightly round-shaped. It is also famous within the adjoining states of Rajasthan such as Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. It also comes in varieties like mawa and malai ghevar. The key ingredients are flour, milk, butter and ghee that make it way more delicious.

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Rasmalai

Rasmalai is one of the most loved food items in the royal state. The name of the dish means juice and cream. The major key ingredients are thick cream, chenna, sugar, cardamom, and milk. The thick milk makes it taste better and smoothen up inside our mouth, which is a real treat for foodies. It is usually yellow. The popular food item is often served cold for a better taste and has a high demand.

Malpua

Malpua is also known as amalu in several parts of the country. The main ingredients are coconut water, rice flour, and sugar. It is served hot for a better taste and has a huge demand during festival seasons. Malpua is even made at home as it follows an easy cooking procedure. It is also one of the oldest food items in Rajasthan.

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