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Moong Dal Halwa/ Moon Dal Seera

Moong Dal Halwa is a delicacy of the state of Rajasthan, a popular North Indian dessert. This is made during severe winters. After eating on winter evenings, the fun of roasted moong dal pudding is different. 328 more words


Dahi Papad ki Sabzi

Rajasthani cuisine, known for its spicy curries, is as rich and colourful as the state itself. This Rajasthani delicacy is one of the easiest curry recipe. 208 more words


Raw turmeric (Haldi ki Sabji)

Raw turmeric (Haldi ki Sabji) vegetable is a traditional vegetable of Rajasthan which is made on the wedding or other demanding occasions. The raw turmeric (Haldi ki Sabzi) vegetable is formed in the winter season. 485 more words


How to make gatte ka pulao veg recipes

Gatte Ka Pulao Veg Recipe:

After visiting the Food connoisseur of Punjab, let’s visit the Desert region of Rajasthan. It is aptly named as the land of Kings as historically there were numerous kings who ruled that region. 195 more words

Poori / Puri ( Learn how to make puffy poori ) Recipe

Poori or Puri is basically a deep fried Indian wheat bread which is typically eaten for breakfast or as light snack..  .Poori/Puri is an yummy  recipe that is loved by all irrespective of their ages which can eaten at any time ( breakfast, lunch or dinner). 440 more words


Kala Chana (Black Chickpeas) Masala

Kala Chana Masala  or Black Chickpea Curry  is a delicious and healthy indian curry which was served with puri, puttu, steam rice, chapati, batura, parathas and even dosa.   358 more words


Laal Maas- Recipe by Chef Deepak Gurung, Fairmont, Jaipur

At NAVi Genes our continuous endeavour would be to bring you the best in Food, Fashion, Lifestyle and Travel from across the borders. Here in our first post, we bring to you the very famous recipe of Laal Maas, a Rajasthani delicacy prepared especially by Chef Deepak Gurung from the Fairmont Hotel, Jaipur. 170 more words

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