Indian cuisine is famous all across the globe, but Rajasthani cuisine holds a special place in the hearts of international tourists coming to India. Many foreign tourists that visit India every year and are very eager to learn this style of cooking. Due to this reason, Jaipur special cooking classes have become one of the special activities done by many individuals and groups that come from diverse foreign countries. These intensive and special cooking classes are designed for non-Indian nationals to give them a wonderful opportunity to cook Indian (vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian) food in their own kitchen back home to experience the food and culture of Rajasthan. The minimum duration for this class is around 3 to 4 hours and can also extend for a week long course.
The cuisine of Rajasthan is rated by many tourists as one of the best food available right now in India. It is also gaining immense popularity all across the globe due to healthy preparation, exotic flavor and rich taste. This type of cuisine has a very good taste and not only satisfies the human psychology, but also the taste buds. The Rajasthani cuisine can be prepared easily, in less time and very tasty as well. At the same time, during these classes you will also get a chance to buy the ingredients from the local market. It will give you a wonderful experience, as you will become familiar with the markets of Jaipur.
The main ingredient of the Rajasthani dishes is the Besan or Gram flour. This gram flour is utilized to prepare some of the tastiest delicacies like Pakodi, Gatte Ki Sabzi and Khata. The powdered lentils are utilized for Papad and Mangodi whereas corn and Bajra are used for preparing Roti, Khichdi and Rabdi. These special cooking classes in Jaipur are mainly for Rajasthani delicacies like ‘Dal-baati’(dumplings with a filling and then roasted on hot coals) and ‘choorma’(sweet, flaky, dry crumb pudding) are the most favorite ones. Every city in Rajasthan is famous for its own speciality like Ajmer for its ‘sohan halwa’, Jaipur for its ‘ghevar’ and ‘mishri mawa’, Udaipur for its ‘dil jani’, Bikaner for its ‘rasgullas’, Pushkar for its ‘malpuas’, Jaisalmer & Jodhpur for their ‘laddoos’ and ‘jalebis’ can be found in all the cities. The non-vegetarian dishes include barbecued meats or ‘soola’, marinated with any of the local vegetables.
So, depending upon your liking and duration of classes, you can learn to cook Rajasthani cuisine by joining our Jaipur special cooking classes.