The maharajas of Rajasthan are and their hunting game has not just laid the bases of the culinary of Rajasthan but also redefined gender roles as the males used to be the chieftains of those classical food fares.
To be embossed with skills of hunting as well as cooking the maharajas and the males of the Rajasthani culture used to enjoy the relics of non-vegetarian cuisine.
The unique dish of the Junglee Maas was tailored by the Maharaja of Salwar, it was a delightful dish to many.
They hunted game was roasted in clarified butter, salt and in a little amount of hot red chilies because of the absence of well-curated spices in the hunting camp.
The Mughlai cuisine has contributed imminently in altering the Rajasthani cuisine. As the ingredients of the Mughlai cuisine were difficult to arrange the contribution of it is often unheard.
Not only the Mughals but also the British have monopolized the tables habits of the maharajas, thus, reincarnating the entire table game.
Apart from the use of exotic ingredients in customizing the erratic dishes, there were the Maheshwari Maharajas of jodhpur believed in consuming a veg form of food and the even prohibited the consumption of onion and garlic.
The two underground stem modifications were treated as a cult in exciting blood. The Marwaris of Rajasthan were also vegetarians but their cuisines were as exotic and rich as the Rajputs.
The Bishnois were also vegetarians they were also known as followers of Krishna. This community had a passion to conserve the animals as well as the plants. Also, among the Rajputs, a large proportion of kitchens cooked vegetarian meals.
The exotic and mesmerizing recipes of the khansama are a particular highlight of the regal gatherings of Rajasthan which still are grandeur in our culture.
The Pathani invasions have contributed to developing the art of barbecuing boneless lamb. it can be prepared in eleven distinguished ways and is simply held to demonstrate perfection of culinary.