8 Varieties of Rajasthani Kheech You Must Try

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Kheech is one of the well-known specialties of Rajasthan; it is quite popular in the entire of North India by various different names. But particularly, this dish has its own unique flavor when prepared in the Rajasthani style.

Rajasthani Kheech basically has a soft and mashed texture, which is almost like a porridge. This dish has its origin from Udaipur, quite a popular city in Rajasthan.

Kheech is a recipe that can be best enjoyed during lunch or snack time but actually when you crave something heart-warming. It is basically prepared by the addition of ingredients like wheat flour but it is also prepared from various other types of flour, water, baking powder and also some spices. It tastes truly scrumptious when ghee or mustard oil is poured over the plate full of Kheech.

So, here are some of the varieties of Rajasthani Kheech that you must try:

1. Gehun ka kheech

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The first Rajasthani Kheech is Gehun ka kheech consisting of gehun (wheat) flour as the main ingredient. Also, it includes water, salt, cumin seeds, chili paste, turmeric, and oil as required. Drizzle some butter on top and sprinkle chili powder if you want it spicy; garnish it with coriander and serve hot.

2. Doodhiya kheech

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Doodhiya kheech is made from whole wheat flour, milk, sugar, saffron, and cardamom powder. It is made without using water in it. Add cardamom, raisins, and almonds to it, which make it very flavorful. Serve it immediately and garnish the kheech with almonds and raisins.

3. Chawal ka kheech

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Chawal ka kheech is prepared using rice flour, cumin seeds, green chilies, salt, and oil. This kheech is very healthy to eat and you can also enjoy it with dal. Serve it hot and sprinkle some chili powder on it. You can also pour butter or oil as per your choice.

4. Bajre ka kheech

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This is very popular in Rajasthan. Kheech is mostly made during winter as this dish gives warmth to your body. The main ingredient of this recipe is bajra which is very healthy as it contains magnesium and potassium. Also, it is good for digestion and prevents acidity.

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5. Makke ka kheech

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Makke ka kheech is made using makka (maize) flour, salt, red chili powder, oil, asafoetida, and fennel seeds. It is very simple to make and delicious to eat. Serve this kheech hot with bhujia and put some butter or oil on top of it which will add glory to your dish.

6. Moong dal kheech

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Moong dal kheech is a very tasty and colorful dish. It is prepared using soaked moong dal, green chilies, cumin seeds, asafoetida, and salt as per taste. You can even enjoy it with dal. Serve it hot. This tastes best with karo sambhar and a drizzle of oil on it.

7. Vegetable kheech

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Vegetable kheech is a very nutritious delicacy that is loaded with vegetables such as carrot, onions, and corns. Also, it has rice flour in it, which makes the dish filled with healthy nutrients. Garnish the kheech with cumin seeds powder and oil. You can enjoy it with buttermilk and papad.

8. Jawar ka kheech

varieties of rajasthani kheech
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Jawar ka kheech is a very flavorful and appealing snack filled with garlic and spices. Add some ginger-garlic paste, green chilies and curd, which makes the dish very delicious. Top the kheech with sesame seeds which adds a crunch to it and enjoy it with masala papad.

So, these were some of the varieties of the kheech that you can enjoy while you are on a trip in Rajasthan. The mustard oil or ghee absolutely adds glory to the flavor of this dish. It is one of the dishes that will surely leave a mark on your memory.

Its texture and the savory taste will truly capture your heart and it is best enjoyed when prepared and devoured during winters. It is also served along with side dishes like raita, batti, and mangodi ki sabzi.

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