I was glad enough to be a part of a Rajasthani meal prepared by Nishi who hails from Rajasthan. We were welcomed with the refreshing buttermilk. Here is the menu which we tried...
- Matar Kachori
- Mirchi Wada
- Panchmel Dal
- Gatta Curry
- Jodhpuri Kabuli
- Besan Chikki
The main course started with mix salad, Dal Baati and Gatta curry. Ghee laden baatis are dunked in Panchmel Dal and eaten with fried green chillies. Alternatively one can crush baatis pour ghee (generously), put daal then gatta curry and eat it with hands.
Jodhpuri Kabuli was rich and exotic dish with alternate layers of rice and veggies topped with bread crumb or fried gatte (gramflour dumpling). The flavourful rice preparation is accompanied with raita and loved by one and all.
Churma and Besan Chakki were for the desserts. The traditional sweets were mild sweet and prepared the way it should be.
Overall, it was a fantastic and nostalgic experience at Nishi's place. It was not only about food but conversations. Concluded our lunch with the happy tummy and loads of memories.