Did you know Mount Abu is not just a hill station in the Western part of Rajasthan? It is also famous for its Dilwara Jain Temple, Nakki Lake, Bird Sanctuary, Peace Park, and much more. While you must visit all these places, but here is a guide to not miss out on the food dishes that you can try out when in Mount Abu. Here are 8 Must-Try Food Dishes in Mount Abu.
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Must-Try Food Dishes in Mount Abu
‘Rajasthan aaye aur Dal Bati Churma nahi kiya to kya kiya?’ That’s right you have to try dal bati churma when you visit Rajasthan. It is a must-try staple and the tastiest comfort food to try out. You can try it at Jodhpur Bhojnalaya.
This is another famous dish from the Rajasthan state. It is a dish from the Mewari cuisine of Rajasthan. The word ’Gatte’ refers to the flour dumplings that are put in the rice and cooked together. You can try it at Jodhpur Bhojanalaya.
In the cold, wintry days like these when the hot temperature of even the Rajasthani dessert drops till its too cold Bajre ki Roti is what provides the much-needed heat to our body. ‘Bajra’ pearl millet is rich in fiber and thus very good for health. You can try it at Ambika Restaurant.
The traditional Indian sweet Ghevar is the most popular dessert of Rajasthan. It is made from all-purpose flour and soaked in sugar syrup. It is a must-try food dish when you visit Mount Abu. You can try it at Dawat Restaurant.
It is a traditional Indian version of pancakes. Malpuas are soft, fluffy, and crispy soaked in sugar syrup. It is usually served with rabadi or thick sweetened milk. You can try it at Mulberry Tree.
Pyaz ki Kachori is the best Indian deep-fried snack on which you can dig your teeth in. It is a Rajasthani snack that you can indulge in when you visit Mount Abu. You can try it at various Namkeen Shops of Mount Abu.
Ker Sangri is an authentic Rajasthani dish prepared from dried ker berries and sangri beans. It is a must-try famous dish to have when you are in Mount Abu. You can try it at Arbuda Restaurant.
What are the dishes ṭhat you would like to try out when you go to Mount Abu next?