Laal Maas To Banjara Gosht: Rajasthani Non-Veg Dishes For An Epic Dinner

Rajasthani cuisine is the cuisine of Rajasthan, which is located in North-West India. Both the residents' warlike habits and the lack of ingredients in an arid location influenced it. It was preferred to eat food that could last for several days and could be eaten without heating. The cooking has been affected by a lack of water and fresh green veggies. Bikaneri bhujia, Mirchi bada, and Pyaaj kachori are some of the city's most famous appetisers. Dal Baati, Malaidar unique lassi (lassi) and Lashun ki chutney (hot garlic paste), Mawa lassi from Jodhpur, Alwar ka mawa, Malpauas from Pushkar and rasgulla from Bikaner, "paniya" and "gheriya" from Mewar are some of the other well-known dishes.

Here are some Rajasthani Non-vegetarian dishes that are perfect for a delectable dinner-

Laal Maas

This signature Rajasthani mutton dish, prepared with red chillies, garlic, and pepper, is definitely not for the faint-hearted.  All chilli and mutton lovers, on the other hand, will adore this red gravy dish, which is packed with flavour and soft bits of red meat. The dried red chillies in this dish are a common ingredient in Rajasthani cuisine. The hot spice is said to make desert dwellers sweat more and naturally cool their bodies, and is just another illustration of how the desert's harsh heat and limited resources have influenced this civilization.

Rajasthani roasted chicken/