The Pink City, Jaipur, is well-known for its palatial structures and historic monuments. While it is historically fascinating in its way, one must also explore the cultural nuances that lie in its cuisine. The city evokes a sense of grandeur from its tourist spots, so one must also experience a sense of royalty through its food. Prepared with a generous amount of rich ghee, yoghurt and milk, you are in for a treat to your tastebuds. If you are planning a visit to the city soon, here are five foods that you must try here. Indian Dinner Recipes: From Sarso Ka Saag to Paya Shorba, Try Out These Filling and Lip-Smacking Dishes To Satisfy Your Cravings (Watch Videos).

1. Pyaaz Kachori

One cannot leave Jaipur without having the Pyaaz Kachori. A lip-smacking snack is a favourite of the locals and tourists alike. The filling of this kachori is made with fried onions, and one should relish it with a mix of spicy and sweet chutneys. These pyaaz kachoris are best enjoyed when served hot.

Pyaaz Kachori (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)

2. Ghevar

If you are a fan of sweets, the Ghevar/Ghewar from Jaipur is a must-try. It is traditionally part of festival meals; not everyone can master a good Ghevar. It is made with flour, sugar, ghee and milk, and you will find a lot of sweet shops that sell this famous sweet from Jaipur. It is available in different varieties such as desi ghee Ghevar, plain Ghewar, and Mawa Ghewar. Indian Desserts for Winter: From Gajar Ka Halwa To Dry Fruit Barfi, Sweet Dishes and Mithais To Keep You Warm This Winter.

Ghevar (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)

3. Dal Baati Churma

Another speciality from Rajasthan, Dal Baati Churma, is that three dishes are usually served together. It has lentil curry and baked flour stuffing, while churma is a sweet made with ghee and flour. Dal Baati Churma is a combination of sweetness and spiciness and a traditional dish that you should try at least once. Litti Chokha vs Dal Baati War on Twitter! Netizens Share Funny Memes and Jokes as They Fight Over Which is Better Dish.

Dal Baati Churma (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)

4. Gatte Ki Sabzi:

A part of authentic Rajasthani cuisine, Gatte ki Sabzi is cooked using gram flour. Gram flour dumplings are added to a thick gravy and cooked in desi ghee to retain the natural flavours. Gatte ki Sabzi is also a part of many Rajasthani thalis.

Gatte Ki Sabzi (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)

5. Laal Maas

You must taste the traditional Rajasthani Laal Maas, mutton cooked in spices and red chillies if you are a meat lover. Have it with a side of bajra roti to enjoy the bursting gastronomical flavours.

Laal Maas (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)

On your trip to Jaipur, indulge in these five dishes to experience the culinary delights of the royal city. There are several other versions of popular foods that you can try with a Jaipuri twist, but for authentic Rajasthani cuisine, do not leave the city without having all these five dishes.

(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on May 27, 2024 05:21 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website