The recipes in the Rajasthani cuisine are not generally hot and fiery, though they are certainly very favourable. Some of the most common ingredients that you will find in the Rajasthani recipes are principle spices such as the black cumin, red and black peppers, barberries, coriander and sesame seeds. The more common herbs are cilantro (which is fresh coriander), dill, parsley, celeriac, and basil. Other seasonings include wine vinegar, liberally applied to salads and marinades, and fermented milk products. In general you will find many recipes in the Rajasthani cuisine which have mutton as one of the basic ingredient as it is a preferred source of protein in the Rajasthani diet. Horsemeat is also consumed in substantial quantities in the Rajasthani recipes. Camel and goat meat are less common. In the cuisine of Rajasthan you will most definitely find a lot of recipes related to bread and vegetables. Bread and vegetables are actually holy for the Rajasthani people. This is a Rajasthani traditional belief. Nevertheless, you will find many recipes related to various kinds of breads and vegetables in the cuisine of Rajasthan.

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