The royal city of Jodhpur is known for its tehzeeb, palaces, grandeur and not to forget, its rich cuisine. You can find every cuisine in Jodhpur ranging from Indian to Chinese to Continental to Marwari. Marwari cuisine has varieties in both, vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisines, but the most preferred food is local vegetarian. Also, you will get many options to choose in desserts.

Whether you are staying in any one of the 5 star hotels in Rajasthan or any other accommodation in the Jodhpur hotels, you will always find a stall or two selling authentic food near your hotel. Here are some dishes which you must try next time you visit Jodhpur.

  1. Jodhpuri Mirchi Badajodhpur hotels

    This lovely snack is very famous in Jodhpur among the tourists. It is well served with tangy tomato sauce or simply with plain white bread. Hundreds of people wait in a big group in front of famous sweet-snack shops of Jodhpur to get the most lovable hot spicy Mirchi Bada.

  1. Dal-Baati Churmajodhpur hotels

    Jodhpur cuisine is incomplete without mentioning Dal-Batti-Churma. A plate of semi-sweet Churma, spicy Dal and deep-fried Baati, is one such traditional combination. Fresh baatis emerged in hot dal is a perfect accompaniment for churma.

  1. Pyaaz Kachourijodhpur hotels

    It is one of the most famous snacks from Jodhpur, a fried pastry filled with a spicy moong and onion filling. This mouth-watering dish is not to be missed.

  1. Makhaniya Lassijodhpur hotels
    This creamy beverage is flavoured with saffron, cardamom and rose-water among the good things and is so thick that the only way to eat it is with a spoon. The market around the Clock Tower is very popular for its Lassi. Almost every restaurant/sweet shop in Jodhpur serves Makhaniya Lassi.
  1. Mawa Kachourijodhpur hotels

    Kachouris are one of the most addictive snacks and this sweet dessert is incredible in terms of flavor and texture. Mawa Kachouri is deep fried, Khoya stuffed which is served hot after rolled in a thick chasni or sugar syrup.

  1. Besan ki Chakkijodhpur hotels

    This sweet is also called Mohanthal usually made at weddings and on special occasions. It is traditionally made with chopped ground besan, so that the barfi has a nice chewy texture.

Do try out these food dishes, to get a taste of the delicious Jodhpur street food.

 

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