Attending A Rajasthani Wedding? Don’t Miss These Delicacies
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Rajasthan, the Royal land is the land of Maharajas and Queens, the food here is also nothing less than Royal. So of course, every course of their wedding also subject to a delicious platter of mouth-watering Rajasthani dishes. Though a Marwari wedding majorly sees vegetarian dishes, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have non-veg items. The varied geography gives the whole gamut of different dishes

So if you are visiting Jaipur and staying at Renest hotels that is ideally equipped for both leisure & business travellers you can get to enjoy multiple dining options including an all-day-dining restaurant Tribe, which offers a scrumptious multi-cuisine menu, a rooftop restaurant overlooking the panoramic view of the pink city and Jugnu- the lounge bar that will surely light up your evenings with an impressive wine list, cocktail menu and lip-smacking appetizers.  

Here are some of the shaadi wala khana recommendations by Chef Amit Kumar Singh, Executive chef, Renest Jaipur

Dal Baati Churma

Rajasthani weddings are indeed a royal affair, dishes like Dal baati churma are sure to be present on the Rajasthani wedding menu. This is the most famous Rajasthani/Marwari dish. The spicy dal and sweet churma along with baati make for an irresistible and satiating combination. 

Rajasthani Kadhi

It is a delicious side dish made from yoghurt, gram flour and spices that goes well with rice. Rajasthani Kadhi is prepared using pakodas and veggies. Rajasthani kadhi shouts of exotic flavours of spices like fenugreek, turmeric, red chillies, heeng and the very aroma of this dish is sure to get you drooling.

Shahi Gatte

Shahi Gatte is another absolutely obvious pick for any Rajasthani wedding. Gatte refers to besan (gram flour) dumplings. The dish is made by stuffing the dumplings with mawa and dry fruits and then dipping them in a rich yoghurt gravy. 

Laal Maas

An exotic delicacy made of red meat, Laal Maas is a Rajasthani dish that is prepared with mutton in a spicy lip-smacking gravy made of curd, spices like red chillies, and garlic among others. An all-time favourite of meat lovers, this dish is best consumed with bajra ki roti. 

Ker Sangri

Ker Sangri is another popular and traditional dish from the land of Rajasthan made using Sangri beans and Ker berries. It is often consumed as a pickle.


This one is yet another festive, traditional Rajasthani dish. Ghevar is a dessert made of a disc-shaped sweet cake soaked in sugar syrup. This delectable dish comes in different varieties and each variety is sure to take you on a gastronomic adventure.