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Jaipuri Cuisine & Recipes

Posted on Wed, 12/14/2011 - 14:59 by easytours
 

DishRajasthan is known for its delicious cuisine, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Jaipur especially is a paradise for those looking to try tantalizing new dishes and experience unusual spice combinations. Dry fruits, spices and yogurt are used in many delicacies and lend themselves to delectable sweet and savory preparations. The sweet dishes are seldom referred to as dessert in Rajasthan, because they are had before, during, and after the meal. A delicious treat! A major staple of the cuisine is gram flour. It is used to make a number of delicacies, including the popular Rajasthani dish of Dal-Bati-Churma—lentils, baked wheat balls and powdered sweetened cereal.


Lal Maans (Spicy Lamb) a Recipe by Sumit Sinha

Posted on Tue, 12/13/2011 - 18:38 by easytours
 

Lal MaansUtensils:
1 wok
1 mixing bowl
1 serving dish

Ingredients:
Lamb – 28 oz.– cut into 1 ½” pieces
Lamb stock – 3 cups
Oil – 6 oz.
Garlic paste – 2.4 oz.
Green cardamoms – 5
Brown cardamoms – 5
For The Yogurt Mixture:
Whole red chilies – 30 (ground into a paste)
Yogurt – 9 oz.
Cumin seeds – 0.12 oz
Turmeric – 0.2 oz.
Coriander powder
Salt – to taste

Preparation:
1. Mix the yogurt with the red chili paste, roasted cumin seeds, coriander powder, turmeric and salt. Keep aside.
2. Heat the oil in a wok and sauté the onions until golden brown.
3. Add the garlic paste and cook for 1 minute, then add both the green and brown cardamoms.
4. Now add the mutton pieces, brown well for 4-5 minutes and add the yogurt mixture. Brown until all the liquid has evaporated.
5. Add the lamb stock and bring to a boil, cover and simmer until meat is tender.
6. Transfer to a serving dish and serve with plain boiled rice.


Easy Tours of India Gets It!!!

Posted on Mon, 10/31/2011 - 07:20 by William
 

I just wanted to thank you so much for the India tour.  You all are wonderful. Everything went very well and we are exceptionally pleased with your services.  It’s a real pleasure to work with an organization that is well organized and provides the level of services and attention to detail that you all have.  We had an amazing time.  India is a fascinating country.  I’m sure we’ll be back plus our friends and family are very interested for which we will happily pass along an exceptionally positive recommendation for you all at Easy Tours of India.  
 


Thank you Sunil & Easy Tours

Posted on Thu, 10/13/2011 - 02:44 by Skeetonhonan
 

Our trip to India was FABULOUS!  Everyone from Easy Tours was great.  You where right, the Oberoi in Ranthambore was the best!  Loved it!  I will recommend your services to anyone going to India in the future.  Thanks again!


Inspiring India

Posted on Tue, 07/19/2011 - 10:34 by cariat
 

.... I was in India four decades ago and traveled by air from Burma to Calcutta, by train to Patna, air to Kathmandu and back, train onto Benares, Delhi, Agra,(Taj Mahal by Full Moonlight!)  Jaipur, Udaipur and Bombay...and then boarded a ship to Port Said, Egypt. Three weeks in an  AMAZING land - part of a sixteen-month trip around the world!
Poverty is excruciating, culture overflowing with richness, spirituality on multiple levels from various concepts of a Single Source, embues their daily life. The color, scents, tradition, etc. all create an  enormous kaleidoscope of Life. The country is huge, its population more so....the mountains are  high and glorious, the plains vast and flat as a piece of paper: from browns to greens to muddy waters and lazy beasts roaming it all. The emotional space in which these people need to keep themselves just to get through a day must be almost holy to endure what the majority of them do. If you can, see "City of Joy" with Patrick Swayze....India without the smells.....!

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