India – a utopia for soul seekers, history buffs and inquisitive folk alike, you’ll be taken aback by its vibrant colorful markets, charming communities and incomparable hospitality.
Its diverse culture tempts thousands of curious travelers every year, while its sublime landscapes and sparkling buildings only add to its romantic allure, shaping this vast land.
Rich, fragrantly spiced and elaborately prepared, Rajasthani cuisine offers an edible history of the region. A central part of hospitality and a crucial way to impress important guests, the area’s rajas favored a no expense spared attitude to cooking in their palace kitchens. As a result, today Rajasthan is as famous for its food as it is for its spectacular forts and romantic lakes. Here, chef Sujit Mukerjee, Executive Chef at the renowned Sheesh Mahal, Leela Palace in Udaipur provides an expert insight into this fascinating and complex cuisine.