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Weekend delight: Rajasthani Gatte Ki Kadhi

Indian ‘Gatte Ki Kadhi’ is a famous dish from the land of Rajasthan. This integral part of Rajasthani thali is a spicy gramflour dumpling dish dipped in sour curd curry. It is a lip smacking spicy dish good to heat up your weekend. You should try it before the weekend gets over. Serves: 6; Preparation time: 20-25 minutes; Cooking time: 30- 45 minutes; Ingredients: For Gattas Besan 175 grams Oil 2 tbsp Red chilli powder 1 tsp Ajwain ¼ tsp Curd 1 cup Salt to taste For Kadhi – Sour curd 500 grams…

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Boondi: The Rajasthani Drop-sized Gram Flour Balls Perfect for Both Sweet and Savoury Delicacies

Come Tuesday and our hearts can’t stop craving for the sweet boondis and boondi ke laddoo, especially the ones given as part of temple offerings. Said to have originated in Rajasthan, boondis are deep fried chickpea or gram flour droplets (boondi in Hindi means droplet), sweetened with syrup, and are an essential part of several auspicious occasions in many parts of northern India. Chef Sadaf Hussain, contestant of MasterChef India 2016 says, “The origin  can be traced to cities of Rajasthan where the locals used fried chickpea flour, and added sugar, to make it…

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