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Warmth in a Bowl: Rajasthani Makki ki Raab - Your Cozy Winter Companion!

Experience heartwarming comfort with Rajasthani Makki ki Raaba versatile, spice-flexible recipe to keep you warm for the chilly winter days ahead.
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Warmth in a Bowl: Rajasthani Makki ki Raab - Your Cozy Winter Companion!

Photo Credit: Saransh Goila Instagram

Highlights
  • Saransh Goila is a famous chef and food content creator
  • Saransh Goila treated us with Makki ki Raab
  • This Rajasthani delicacy will keep you warm throughout the winters

Indulge in the heartwarming embrace of Rajasthani Makki ki Raab, a recipe that goes beyond merely warming your body—it Raabs your heart with its unparalleled comfort. What makes it truly exceptional is its adaptability; you can prepare it with minimal spices or opt for the wholesome goodness of bajra. The culinary expertise of the Rajasthani people shines through, ensuring a perfect remedy for the impending cold winters.

Elevate the experience by incorporating well-fermented chaas, unlocking a depth of flavour that takes the dish to new heights. The end result is a comforting concoction that transcends mere sustenance—it's akin to sipping on a soul-soothing khatta corn soup, a sensory delight that promises to keep you snug and satisfied throughout the chilly season.

Makki ki Raab Ingredients

  • 1cup Dahi
  • 3cup water
  • 30g Makki atta
  • 3g Makki daliya
  • 1/4 tsp Haldi powder
  • 1tsp Red chili powder
  • 1tsp Jeera
  • 1 inch Ginger, grated
  • Salt to taste

How To Prepare Makki ki Raab

  • Mix all the ingredients thoroughly.
  • Pour the mixture into a kadhai (deep cooking pan).
  • Continuously stir and bring it to a boil.
  • Let it cook for 12 to 15 minutes on a low flame.
  • Once fully cooked, add a smoky flavor by using some coal for smoking.
  • Pour the mixture into kulhads (clay cups).
  • Sprinkle a dash of red chili powder and jeera powder.
  • Serve the dish piping hot.

Try this tasty raab this winter and tell us how much it kept you warm.
 

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