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We can not stop drooling over Rajasthani Thali . from Mira Kapoor

Mira Kapoor, who married actor Shahid Kapoor, is now a social media sensation in her own right. With over 3 million followers on Instagram, Mira Kapoor is growing to new heights of popularity every day. The 28-year-old is quite vocal about her love of food. She is a vegetarian and can set up a storm herself. She recently posted a throwback photo of her ‘Chulha Jalana’ ceremony where she prepared a delicious Halwa. When she travels, she has also tried a whole range of local dishes. In her latest Instagram photo dump of Jaipur, Mira shared images of her delicious food in the pink city.

Jaipur is known for its rich and varied cuisine. Despite the limited vegetation, Jaipur’s wide range of delicacies has attracted foodies from far and wide, making Rajasthani Thali one of the most treasured Thalis in India. For the uninitiated, Thali is a platter with an assortment of dishes with different textures and flavors. In Rajasthani thali of Mira we saw dal, a ghee infused baati, churma, naan, ker sangri, raita, papad ki sabzi, gatte ki sabzi, pickles and salad. All of these were served in a copper thali. Can not. Stop. drool. Right?

The next photo shows Mira enjoying some tasty Pyaaz Kachoris with Kulhad Lassi. Pyaaz Kachori, or Kachoris, is a popular breakfast item in Rajasthan. Unlike in Uttar Pradesh where kachoris look a lot like Puri, in Rajasthan kachoris are deep fried, crispy and filled with spicy fillings. If it’s a Dal ki Kachori, the filling would be that of spicy lentils, in Pyaaz ki Kachori, a hot filling of sliced ‚Äč‚Äčonions and potatoes makes the snack worth it. If you remember, a few weeks ago, Mira also gave a shoutout to Rawat ki Kachori, one of Jaipur’s most iconic sweet shops, for its Pyaaz Kachori.

Now we’re not going to make you drool like that. Here is a recipe from Ker Sangri and Pyaaz Kachori that you can try soon to satisfy your Rajasthani food cravings.

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