Street food in Rajasthan India

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Food in India had been like a heaven for me being a vegetarian. Besides that, everything is prepared fresh and so flavored mixed with all those spices and fresh herbs. Yet I have to admit, that as tempting all those street food stalls were I didn’t try them out, well I am a Western with certain fears. 

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Freshly baked Samosas, filled with vegetables or potatoes

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One of my dinners in Jodhpur, a coconut curry with eggplants, cashew’s  toppled with raisins.

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Those vibrant colors and the freshness is just so mouth watering and inviting.

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Well cows have to eat to and they are fed daily the most fresh herbs, it seemed to be like a kind of watercress herb.

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More Samosas in Pushkar

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Vegetable curry and paneer, an Indian kind of cheese made with boiling milk added a few and than being pressed through a cheese towel…. served with Naan, the traditional bread. 

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Fresh limes squezzed added with fresh sugar cane, a very refreshing drink.

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Lunch time at the famous Green House Restaurant in Ahmedabad with a lime juice soda

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finishing with the most divine dessert made of Mangoes, Yoghurt and some fine spices, sprinkled with cashew nuts.

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Hope you enjoy this post, it will be followed soon by a post about the street markets in Rajasthan , India stay in tuned…

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8 Responses to Street food in Rajasthan India

  1. Nice posting, what a treat – full of delightful images from the slightly grumpy lady in the first image to the mango dessert in the last one …

    [ Peripheral note: I could not resist looking up that partial book cover “100 ways to … AHME” on the web and found a 2013 blog posting about this intriguing bookstore in Ahmedabad… https://talesalongtheway.com/2013/08/29/art-book-center-ahmedabad/ ]

    • Hi David, thank you so much for all your kind comments, I always love to hear from you and I am honored that you spend time to view all my images. Also I wanted to thank you for this really interesting link, me as a professional book seller back than where I lived in Germany it is especially interesting, wishing that I would have visited that book store in Ahmedabad. Namaste

  2. Yum – I have an Indian friend who took her American-born daughter to India and encouraged her to try the street food. Her daughter resisted but finally gave in and became very ill afterwards 😦

  3. Mouthwatering photos!

  4. Bidisha says:

    What a lovely post. Those pictures had me drooling all the way. I miss my Rajasthan Days. I discovered this one amazing eatery in Jodhpur called the Mishrilal Hotel and they served the best Makhania Lassi(made of yoghurt) and Rabri( a sweet dessert made of thickened milk). Have you been there and tried this thing? It’s quite famous in Jodhpur. You may like my post on it:http://bidishabanik.com/the-chronicles-of-makhania-lassi/

    • Bidisha, thank you for your lovely comment. Unfortunately I haven’t been at the Mishrila Hotel,in Jodhpur,I checked your posts but it looks drooling too, those Lassi’s . I’ve had those several times as an afternoon snack and I loved the mango lassi.

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