Visiting The Food Street Of Pushkar: 10 Dishes You Must have

Are you a foodie who enjoys travelling? Add Pushkar to your travel list and explore the delicious treats there. Read ahead to find out more
Laffa & Falafel

Laffa & FalafelImage Credit - Freepik

Pushkar is a small town hidden away in Rajasthan, but the delicacies there have found their way to the heart of everyone. The town is also known for the temples present there. And if you are a foodie, then you know, the best place to find vegetarian dishes are places near temples. Pushkar always had many people visiting the temples, and as such, it has many visitors, and one thing everyone loves is food. Despite the non-availability of non-vegetarian options, the streets of Pushkar became famous for their wide variety of snacks. You can try these options and not hurt your pockets because of the pocket-friendly prices there. Eating food in Pushkar is a culturally rich experience as you will get authentic Rajasthani food as well as food that finds its origins back in the Middle East. Streets filled with the smell of fresh pakoras and tea as soon as the sun rises, here are some dishes you must try in Pushkar.
1. Daal Baati Churma
Rajasthani food is equated to Daal Baati Churma and rightfully so! This is the go-to dish for Pushkar locals, and anyone would be jealous of the fact that you can find authentic Daal Baati Churma right outside your home. This dish is deep-fried in ghee and served with dal, tastes just like home for any Rajasthani.
2. Laffa & Falafel
You can tell how much Pushkar locals love food when you find out this dish which finds its origins in Lebanese culture, can be found so easily in the winding streets of Pushkar. This delicious combo of Laffa (bread) and Falafel, is a fried ball made with chickpeas and daal. This is a must-have food in Pushkar
3. Rabri & Malpua
Funnily, Pushkar is known as the city of Malpua, the dish and sweet dishes are so beloved there that you’ll find a street dedicated to it called Halwai Gali. You'll find many renditions of Malpua in the street, but you always end up coming back to the classics, Rabri & Malpua are the best kind of pick-me-up dish you will need after a long day
4. Kachoris
Now something that any Rajasthani will tell you is that they have the best Kachoris, and it is evident once you visit and eat a kachori there. This crispy delight is sold everywhere in Pushkar, and you’ll get them served hot as their popularity makes them sell out faster than any limited-edition item you may own.
5. Mirchi Pakora
If you wish to learn the essence of Rajasthan in one dish, then you have to eat the Mirchi Pakora. If you’re worried about your spice tolerance, don’t worry because the explosion of different flavours will balance out the spice. This makes for a great side dish and once you have it with a plate of Dal Chawal, it’s hard not to miss it.
Pushkar Samosa
Pushkar SamosaImage Credit - Freepik
6. Jalabies
We all know and love this sweet. One bite of this crunchy and juicy dish is enough to make a person happy. The juicy Jalebies you’ll find in Pushkar will make it hard for anyone to leave the place. It is a classic sweet dish and goes swimmingly with kachoris, especially as Sunday morning breakfasts
7. Samosas
We can call this the king of street food and that would be enough to encompass the love for samosas that Pushkar locals have. This versatile food can be paired with sweet and spicy chutney, tea or even just by itself. Samosa always rules the streets.
8. Poha with Matri Dal
If you want to have something homely and fulfilling in Pushkar. You should have the poha with Matri Dal. The crunchy topping of roasted just adds to the taste of the poha giving it a more earthy flavour along with the Savoury dal.
9. Daal Pakwan
This traditional Sindhi Dish is a savoury and crunchy option for people to try. Made with lentils (Daal) and fried bread (Pakwan) this dish is bursting with the flavour of turmeric, cumin, and green chilli.
10. Gulkand Lassi
Ending on a strong note with Gulkand Lassi at the end of the day may be the best decision you make. This thick lassi with a mix of Gulkand and Rabri is one of the best Pushkar has to offer.
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