Boneless Chicken Treat at Handi Jaipur

Boneless.Chicken Recipe

As you know, chicken dish is a delight for every non-vegan. But do you that besides being delicious in taste it is good for health too. Just 100 grams of chicken gives the human body 30 different nutritional substances. It is a great source of selenium, a cancer substance known for anti-cancer properties. It is also packed with lean, low fat protein. The skin of chicken contains the maximum fat, and this is the reason why many prefer skinned chicken.

A hit among chicken-lovers, the boneless chicken curry served at Handi Restaurant, Jaipur is so soft and succulent that it will become your favorite and tempt you to visit us again and again. Prepared using boneless chunks of chicken lathered with rich, buttery gravy of cream, and flavored with a tang of tomatoes & a combination of various fiery spices and herbs, it just melts in mouth to make taste-buds feel happy. Try it yourself to believe. 

Loosen your belt and perk up the lazy evening with the classic taste of the finest ‘Boneless chicken’ at an award winning Handi restaurant, Jaipur. 

For bookings & reservations:
HANDI RESTAURANT
OPP.GPO, M.I. ROAD
Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan – India
Tel:+91-141-2372275,2364839
Fax:+91-141-23608889.
Mob:+91-0-98290-63600
18, Gautam Marg, Vaishali Nagar,
Jaipur-302021, Rajasthan – India
Tel:+91-141-4016200
Mob:+91-0-98290-63600

Gorge on Masala Egg Curry

Egg Curry

For egg curry lovers in the city, Handi restaurant Jaipur is the best bet. Masala Egg Curry is our specialty and a must-try dish from our expansive menu. Creatively cooked with a unique blend of spicy masalas, the egg curry we serve tastes simply brilliant as a side dish with chapatti, biryani or even with steamed rice.

Loaded with lots of masalas, Egg masala curry is spicy curry made with boiled eggs and cooked in onion and tomato gravy. Garam masala is the star of the recipe that enhances the aroma and taste leaving you fascinated. Pair this spicy egg curry with almost anything, it gives you the complete touch of a rich meal.

So next time you visit us, don’t forget to order our spicy and creamy egg curry.

For bookings & reservations:
HANDI RESTAURANT

OPP.GPO, M.I. ROAD
Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan – India
Tel:+91-141-2372275,2364839
Fax:+91-141-23608889.
Mob:+91-0-98290-63600

18, Gautam Marg, Vaishali Nagar,
Jaipur-302021, Rajasthan – India
Tel:+91-141-4016200
Mob:+91-0-98290-63600

Relish Seekh Kabab while it Pours

We love rain. The brisker breeze, the coolness, the crisp freshness in the air makes for a very cozy feeling. Along with this comfy feeling comes a craving for something crisp and yum. And when it comes to comfort food, ‘Seekh Kabab’ makes a perfect sense during the rainy season. The combination of drizzle and hot crisp Seekh Kabab is simply awesome.

 Seekh Kabab

Seekh Kabab

Made from minced mutton and chicken meat, Seekh kababs are perfect rainy weather food. Being a terrific appetizer, they are also perfect as a starter. At the same time, they also make a nice side dish to the main meal.

During pouring days, a hot cup of masala tea is always a welcome. Therefore Seekh Kabab with a hot cup of tea makes a way for the perfect celebration of the monsoon. Take the opportunity of the weather and enjoy sinfully delicious Seekh Kabab with your family & friends at the Handi Restaurant, Jaipur.

For bookings & reservations:

HANDI RESTAURANT

OPP.GPO, M.I. ROAD
Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan – India
Tel:+91-141-2372275,2364839
Fax:+91-141-23608889.
Mob:+91-0-98290-63600

18, Gautam Marg, Vaishali Nagar,
Jaipur-302021, Rajasthan – India
Tel:+91-141-4016200
Mob:+91-0-98290-63600

Mouth-Melting Gulab Jamun

Gulab Jamun !!! Who doesn’t love this yummilicious dessert? This mouth-melting sweet is almost everyone’s favorite.  It is so inviting that it’s hard to say “NO” to it. 🙂

Gulab Jamun

Gulab Jamun

This popular Indian dessert is consist of dumplings made of thickened or reduced milk, which is then deep fried and dunked into cardamom & rose flavored sugar syrup. The balls become juicy and super soft on getting well soaked in the sugar syrup. It derives its name from two words: Gulab which means rose (for the rose flavored syrup) and Jamun which is a kind of deep purple colored Indian berry (the cooked dumplings are dark brown in color). It can be enjoyed both hot as well as cold. Every bite of this scrumptious dessert tastes so heavenly. Sensation of having its dumpling melting in mouth and oozing out extra delicious sweet syrup is hard to describe in words.

Handi Restaurant, Jaipur

Handi Restaurant, Jaipur

Handi Restaurant serves very luscious and super soft Gulab-Jamun that will leave you craving for more. Ditch your calories count and enjoy the fluffiness of the jamuns  at Handi  to add extra sweetness to your meal. 🙂

For reservations and to book your table, please contact :
HANDI RESTAURANT

OPP.GPO, M.I. ROAD
Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan – India
Tel:+91-141-2372275,2364839
Fax:+91-141-23608889.
Mob:+91-0-98290-63600

18, Gautam Marg, Vaishali Nagar,
Jaipur-302021, Rajasthan – India
Tel:+91-141-4016200
Mob:+91-0-98290-63600

The sumptuous and scrumptious food of Rajasthan

Okay! What comes to your mind when we talk about Rajasthan? It must be colorfully dressed up camels, sandy structures and sand all over, whimsical puppet shows , majestic forts and royal darbaars. On the whole, Rajasthan is a very opulent state when it comes to culture. But it is equally rich when we talk about the ‘food of Rajasthan’.

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Like the state itself, its people and their culture, Rajasthan has got uncountable scrumptious dishes in its kitty. The food of Rajasthan is essentially affected by its topography. Due to lack of leafy green vegetables and water, Rajasthani people use lentils, legumes, dairy products such as paneer, milk, and curd prominently in their delicacies.  You will be amazed to know that Rajasthani people cook food in traditional ‘rasaois’ rather than in those modern modular kitchens. Even today in Rajasthan, people cook food on an oven made up of bricks and mud populary known as ‘mud chullah’ or ‘mitti ka chullah’ that burns on coals and dried dung of buffaloes and camels. Scarcity of fresh herbs and condiments lead to restricted use of these and pronounced use of spices that can be used dry and powdered. Red chilies of Rajasthan are famous worldwide. They can be used wholly or in powdered form. Other spices that are commonly used are turmeric, fennel, cardamom, cloves, dhaniya powder, kasoori methi and many more. For the fresh and natural flavor, all the spices are grounded just before adding.

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Peeping more into Rajasthani cuisine, Daal Baati Churma is the most famous and the most favored of all Rajasthani cuisines. Traditionally, churma is a sweet dish served with panchmel dal which is cooked over charcoal or tandoor and tempered with generous amount of ghee, red chilies. Baatis are ball shaped bread made from wheat flour dough. Dough is made into balls followed by baking or frying. Besides the normal baati , Rajasthani also eat ‘masala baatis’ which are actually stuffed baatis filled with potatoes, peas, and dry fruits.

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Other popular Rajasthani dishes include ‘Dahi Shorba’ (frothy yogurt based soup), Tamatar ka Shorba (tomato soup flavored with Indian spices such as dhaniya and cumin) that are served at the starting to commence a meal. Other popular dish of the region is ‘Ker Sangri’ that is a zesty dish cooked with ‘ker’ and ‘sangaria’ beans grown in the arid land of Jaisalmer. ‘ker sangri’ is cooked in butter milk and raisins. In many of the Rajasthani dishes, gravy is made of yogurt and gram flour. ‘besan ke gatte’ and ‘kadhi’ are an impeccable example of such Rajasthani dishes. Rajasthan, at the same time, is famous for its pickles and papads too. Rajasthanis add tang to their food with ‘tamatar ki chutney’, ‘pudhina chutney’, ‘aam ki launji’, ‘lehsun ki chutney’ and ‘imli ki chutney’. They also incorporate different varieties of ‘papads’ and ‘pakodis’ which , beside  adding tang to the food , digest it quickly.

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Some Rajasthani follow strictly a vegetarian diet while Rajputs of Rajasthan are fond of having meaty meals. In Rajasthan women consider meat preparation to be impure and hence men are engaged in meat cooking activity themselves. Rajasthanis classify meat into two broad categories : Laal Maans (red meat) and Safed Maans (white meat). Laal Maas is prepared in rich tomato gravy with generous use of spices especially red chili while Safed Maans is prepared stuffing it with dry fruits such as pistachio, raisins, and slow cooked in the gravy of cashew, cardamom, coconut, almonds. Khud Khasrgosh and Sula are the two most famous meat preparation of the region. The influence of Moghul association led the Rajputs to take an interest in the barbequed boneless preparations of tender meat called Kebabs.

safed maans

Laal-Maas

While talking about Rajasthan, how can we not talk about sweet meats? Rajasthanis have a unique quality of  coupling sweet dishes with the main course. ‘Halwa Puri’ sets the perfect example here. A great use of ‘desi ghee’ characterizes sweets. Rajasthani sweets are usually over cooked and chasni (sugar syrup) based. A variety of Halwas are made in Rajasthan like sooji ka halwa, besan ka halwa. Besan ki chakki is an all time favorite. Pushkar is famous for its Mal Puas while Ajmer is known for Sohan Halwa and Alwar for its mawa. The state is also famous for a variety of ladoos- besan ka ladoo, dal ka ladoo, moti choor ka ladoo, gaund ka ladoo. Gaund ka ladoo is basically eaten during winters. Ghewar of jaipur is probably the most intriguing sweet of the state. The rabri topped jalebi of Rajasthan is legendary. Firni, Kaju Katli, Mawa Kachori are other all time favorite. On the whole Rajasthan is one of the richest states in terms of culture, traditions, food and hospitality. It totally abides by the motto- “Atithi Devo Bhava”.

Jalebi-with-Rabdi

“ Rangeelo Rajasthan!!”