Ker Sangri



Ker Sangri is one of the most mouth-watering delicacies of Jaisalmer. Ker Sangri is a popular vegetarian dish of Jaisalmer. It is cooked on low heat. The ingredients that goes into this dish are desert beans and capers. These are topical Rajasthani vegetables that are often incorporated in Jaisalmer dishes. The approximate time taken to prepare this dish is 45 minutes. This vegetarian delicacy can be best enjoyed with Bajara roti. Ker Sangri can be prepared in various ways. Different variations in preparation makes this dish even more delicious. Ker Sangri is prepared very spicily in the restaurants of Jaisalmer. Home-made Ker Sangri tastes quite light. The use of red chilies accentuates the taste of this dish.



Last Updated on 12/15/2011





     


     

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