Rajasthan’s cuisine is as rich, colourful and diverse as its people and traditions. One, that the Rajasthani food is mostly vegetarian; two, that the Rajasthani food is mild, even sweeetish – certainly not spicy.
We attended the Exclusive Media Preview of the upcoming Rajasthani Food Promotion at Courtyard Gurugram Downtown which is starting from 23rd July till 31st July at Dinner.
The Rajasthani food festival is the brainchild of chef Shailender Khanna along with Mr. Ravi Yadav.
There is more to Rajasthani food than daal-baati-churma. In the Marwar region of Rajasthan where the food is mostly vegetarian versus the Mewar region which flaunts the Rajput warrior legacy of Rajas and Maharajas marked by chicken and lamb delicacies when it comes to food. Rajasthani food offers great variety and challenge your pallate with their unique spices and cooking traditions.
What lifted the experience to a high level was the rare desert Mave ke Ghewar – a traditional Rajasthani sweet temptation made with cottage cheese and milk reduction moulded and garnished with saffron and pistachios.
Dont miss this upcoming Rajasthani Food Festival at Courtyard Gurugram Downtown which is starting from 23rd July till 31st July at Dinner.