Chittaurgarh Cuisine

Chittaurgarh cuisine is dominated by vegetarian food. The cuisine of Chittaurgarh is influenced by Rajput and the Marwari cuisine.

The regular diet of the people of the city includes food made of maize, wheat, barley and millets. Roti, made of bajra, is also popular among the people of Chittorgarh. Preparations of dried beans and lentils like ker and sangri are some of the favorite preparations of the city. The people of the city use red chilli peppers and other hot spices to cook the soup of legumes. For snacks, the people of Chittaurgarh often have fried Puris and vegetables.

Last Updated on 9/13/2011



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