Food in Sikar

The Rajasthani cuisine is famous all over India because of its rich, colorful, spicy curries accompanied by mouth - watering sweet dishes. The food habits and culture is similar in all districts of Rajasthan and their food is a mirror of their rich heritage, wealth and prosperity. 

The reason why their food is unique is because traditionally the people of Sikar had warrior type lifestyles, so they prepared their food in such a way that it could last for several days. Furthermore, due to scarcity of water the food was cooked in milk or yogurt. Sikar, being part of a vast arid land there is always a shortage of green vegetables, so they use different types of local grown berries in their cuisine

Then instead of tomatoes, they used to dried mango powder to sour their dishes.The use of jowar, bajra and gram flour in their cuisine keeps the nourishment value high.So, most of the Rajasthani traditional dishes once cooked can be eaten over a few days and they do not require refrigeration.  

Ghee(Indian clarified butter) is the main ingredient used while preparing most Rajasthani dishes.The most popular vegetarian dishes are Daal-baati-churma and Rajasthani Ker-Sangri-Kumatia (Panchkuta) and non-vegetarian delights are Laal - Maas and Khud - Khargosh while sweet dishes like Ghevar and Mawa Kachori are the most popular sweet dishes.

Food in Sikar












Typical traditional vegetarian dishes of Sikar:

  • Daal - Bati - Churma.
  • Gatte - ki - Sabzi. 
  • Ker - Sangri - Kumatia(PaanchKuta).
  • Rabodi or Papad ki Subzi(Papadum).
  • Goonda - ki - Sabzi.
  • Rajsthani - Kadhi.
  • Aloo - Mangodi ki Sabzi.

Typical traditional Non-Vegetarian dishes of Sikar:

  • Laal - Maans.
  • Khud - Khargosh (Hare or rabbit meat).
  • Rajasthani - Sula (Lamb or Mutton kebabs cooked on a charcoal grill).
  • Kesar - Murg (Saffron Chicken).

Sweet dishes of Sikar :

In Sikar, the local people have a habit of eating sweet dishes before, after and  along with their meal.So therefore there is no mention of the word 'dessert' in Rajasthani food culture which is generally had after meals.

Typical Rajasthani Sweet Dishes :

  • Malai - Ghevar.
  • Laapsi.

There are many other types of sweets prepared in Sikar which have been adopted from different parts of  India and are prepared here in Rajasthani style using pure ghee.


Local Snack items and fast food in Sikar

In the bylances and market places of Sikar you will find many small hotels,food stalls and sweet shops preparing mouth watering snack items like Bhujia, Mirchi Bada, Mawa Kachori and Pyaaj Kachori, which the locals of Sikar enjoy with a hot cup of tea.The most popular is the Bajre ki roti (millet bread) and Lashun ki chutney (hot garlic paste) which also serves as a lunch item for most travelers also the Parathas served here are filled with Butter so beware folks, if you are worried about cholesterol then do not indulge. 


Best places to eat in Sikar

Manwar Restaurant,
Station Road, Near Old Loharu Bus Stand,
Sikar - 332001.
Phone : 01572 - 255549.

Rasoi Veg Restaurant,
Near Kalyan Circle,
Sikar - 332001.
Phone : 01572 - 251555.
Mobile : +(91) - 9829256411.

Foodies Hut & Restaurant
Salasar Bus Stand,
Palwas Road,
Sikar - 332001.
Mobile : +(91) - 7733062613 , 9509373370.

Muskan Restaurant,
Near Gokulpura Bypass,
Sikar - 332001.
Mobile : +(91) - 9413191181 , 8233560000.

Kaff's Bake Cafe,
Opposite Goverment School,
Samarthpura,
Piprali Road
Sikar.
Mobile : +(91) - 9413543233 , 9461903200.

Pakwan & Nawabsaab,
Bioscope Mall,
Sikar.
Phone :  01572 - 242584.
Mobile : +(91) - 9785004006.

Saffron Restaurant,
Basant Vihar,
Sikar.
Phone :  01572 - 250873.
Mobile : +(91) - 7665962885.

Ice n Spice,
Near Thana Sadar,
Piprali Road,
Sikar.
Phone : 01572 - 321681.
Mobile : +(91) - 9001001437


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