Pina Colada Thandai — bright and refreshing, this vegan thandai features pineapple and coconut milk for a fun twist on the classic Holi drink!
Makki ki Raab — a hearty, comforting Rajasthani soup made with corn that is my go-to drink to cozy up during the winter! Simmered in an earthenware pot for a rich flavor, this silky, effortless soup with some fresh veggies is a satisfying drink fit for the chilly weather!
Dal Baati Fondue — an innovative take on the iconic Rajasthani classic, this fondue combines melt-in-mouth baati with a smoky daal topped with melty cheese. A modern twist to my childhood favorite, serve this crowd-pleaser at your next party for a memorable dish that’ll bring nothing but smiles!
Lapsi – made with cracked wheat and cooked in ghee with jaggery syrup, this traditional Rajasthani sweet has a lovely floral aroma of saffron and cardamom.
Atta Badam Halwa — a classic Indian dessert made quick with almond flour, this halwa comes together in just 15 minutes! With familiar hints of cardamom and saffron, there’s no doubt it’ll be a hit!
We always celebrate the beginning of Navaratri with this Badam Roti Churma! It has a lovely nutty taste and texture from the almond flour and a floral aroma from the saffron and rose. Coming together super easily, it’s perfect to offer to the Goddess during the morning pooja!
Dal Dhokli – this hearty, one-pot meal features melt-in-your-mouth wheat dumplings simmered in a comforting dal. Packed with veggies and spiced up with crunchy toppings, this velvety dish is a nutritious weeknight dinner!
A delicate cookie garnished with edible flowers and strands of saffron, this Rajasthani Mishri ki Roti is a delicious sweet treat!
This Chocolate Burfi Bark is a lovely dessert made with layers of chocolate burfi (peda) and white chocolate that’s topped off with dried fruits, flowers, and spices! There’s strawberries for acidity, lavender buds for a great aroma, and chopped pistachio for an added saltiness.
This Saffron Rose Sabudana Chaat with Dates is a perfect meal to try during the Navaratri Vrat. Its tangy-sweet flavor is enhanced with saffron, rose and dates, ingredients that you typically don’t see in a chaat.