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The Top Two Delicacies of Udaipur: Dal-Baati-Chorma and Laal Maans

The Top Two Delicacies of Udaipur: Dal-Baati-Chorma and Laal Maans

Dal-Baati_Chorma and Laal Maans are two of the most popular and traditional dishes of Rajasthan. While one is a vegetarian favourite, the other is a non-vegetarian one enjoyed best with missi roti.

2 Most Popular Dishes in Udaipur

1. Dal-Baati-Chorma

This dish combines three essential components, i.e. Cooked dal, baked whole wheat dumplings and a dessert known as chorma. While baati consists of salted dumplings, chorma is made from unsalted baati, which are deep-fried, mashed, and mixed with sugar, ghee, and dry fruits. Over time Dal-Baati-Chorma has become a staple food that is constantly present at fare, weddings and festivals.

Where To Eat

While there are countless places to try this famous Rajasthani dish, our vote would definitively go to Santosh Dal-Bati and Restaurant.

Review

Priced at a pocket-friendly rate of INR 150, a single plate of ‘Rajasthani Special Dal-Baati-Churma’ comes with three pieces of Baati (roasted/boiled), Churma, Dal, Besan Gatta Rice, Papad, Butter Milk and Chatni.

The plate is fascinatingly executed with thick baati and flavoursome dal. The best way to eat dal baati is to crumble some baati over a spoon full of dal, squeeze some lemon, and then taste.

The last part of the meal consists of buttery sweet, sandy textured soft Chorma. Extremely tasty and filling, chorma is the most indulging way of ending your meal!

2. Laal Maans

Popularly known as Red Meat, Laal Mans is another famous non-vegetarian Rajasthani delicacy of Udaipur. The peppy red curry owes its colour to the red chillies added to the dish. It is served with yogurt to cool down the spicy effect. Laal Maans and Missi Roti are the most loved combination, prepared with besan and aata.

Where To Eat

Located 15 minutes from the Old City, Lal Bagh Restaurant is a great place to eat Laal Mans in Udaipur. You can sit in the outdoor garden, enjoy live music at night and partake in mouthwatering Laal Meat. The ambience is romantic, with beautiful silk canopies and alluring fountains. The restaurant also aims to use organic ingredients in its dishes.

Review

The restaurant serves yummy Laal Maans at a pocket-friendly price of INR 280 and Missi Roti at INR 30, loaded with chopped onions and green chillies. You can also ask for crushed spinach and fenugreek leaves to be added to the dough. The restaurant also offers a North Indian menu with lip-smacking delicacies such as Kadhi Pakora, Keema Baati, Gatta Curry and many more.

So, while in Udaipur, try out these delicious dishes!

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