Since most of Rajasthan is arid with limited vegetation, you do not find an extensive range of vegetables here. But yet, Rajasthani cuisine is one of the most unique and versatile cuisines out there, and this papad is sabzi is proof. Papad is an Indian cracker made with lentils. They can be deep-fried or roasted. They are usually eaten as a side dish or a snack, but they can impress in mains too, if given a chance. Papad ki sabzi is a delicious Rajasthani preparation in which you are supposed to cook a bunch of crushed papads in a tomato and curd-based gravy. It is tangy, tempting and all things eclectic. While most of the papad bits become soft, some of them are able to retain their crunch for long, making it a texturally rich dish. Serve it hot with rice or roti, and we bet you will have a gala time munching on it.