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Look no further! At Oota Box, we bring you the best homemade Rajasthani food right to your doorstep. Our skilled home chefs, who specialize in Rajasthani cuisine, will craft mouthwatering dishes that will transport you to the vibrant streets of Rajasthan. From the iconic Dal Baati Churma to the delectable Gatte ki Sabzi, our menu offers a wide range of traditional Rajasthani delicacies. With a focus on using fresh, whole ingredients and reducing food waste, you can enjoy a sustainable dining experience while savoring the rich flavors of Rajasthan. Place your order today and let us bring the taste of Rajasthan to your home.
1. Dal Baati Churma: This is a traditional Rajasthani dish consisting of lentils (dal) cooked with aromatic spices, served with baked wheat balls (baati) and a sweet crumbled wheat dessert (churma). It is a must-try for anyone visiting Rajasthan or looking to experience authentic Rajasthani cuisine.
2. Gatte ki Sabzi: Gatte ki Sabzi is a popular Rajasthani curry made with gram flour (besan) dumplings cooked in a spicy yogurt-based gravy. The dumplings are soft and melt-in-your-mouth, and the flavors of the curry are rich and tangy. It pairs well with rice or roti.
3. Laal Maas: Laal Maas is a fiery and flavorful Rajasthani meat curry made with tender mutton or lamb cooked in a spicy red chili gravy. The dish gets its name from the vibrant red color of the curry, which comes from the use of Kashmiri red chilies. It is a must-try for spice lovers.
4. Ker Sangri: Ker Sangri is a unique Rajasthani dish made with dried berries (ker) and beans (sangri) cooked in a tangy and spicy gravy. It is often served as a side dish and pairs well with roti or rice. The combination of flavors and textures in this dish is truly delightful.
5. Ghevar: Ghevar is a popular Rajasthani sweet dish made during festivals and special occasions. It is a round-shaped dessert made with a batter of flour, ghee, and milk, which is deep-fried and then soaked in sugar syrup. It is garnished with nuts and often served with a dollop of rabri (sweetened condensed milk). Ghevar is known for its crispy and syrup-soaked layers, making it a delightful treat for those with a sweet tooth.
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