Dal Dhokli is a wellknown dish in every Gujarati, Marwari and Maharashtrian household. This one pot meal is healthy as well as fulfilling. It is one Indian comfort food that we all love specially on winter and rainy evenings. This is desi version of pasta and can be prepared in […]
Gujaratis Cuisine uses a blend of different spices and this is what makes food truly exotic. People in Gujarat consume one or the other type of curry along with rice and roti in about every meal. Gujarati dishes normally have a very subtle taste that makes it truly unique from other Indian cuisines. Most of the Gujarati dishes are sweet, while others have a quite greater concentration of sugar as compared to salt and spices. Sometimes, jaggery is used as a substitute for sugar.
The Gujarati Khichdi, Bajra Rotla, Gujarati Kadhi, Vaal Ki Sabji and many more carry whole of Gujarat in them. The cooking style of Gujarati food is also unprecedented. While some dishes are steam-cooked others are stir-fried with the greens along with spices or dal being boiled and then vaghar (Chaunk) is added to it to intensify the flavour of the dish.
Bajri Na vada is of the traditional Gujarati snacks recipe. It is prepared from fenugreek leaves, millet flour, and few spices. The addition of fenugreek leaves adds a new dimension of flavors to the vada and a blend of seeds pressed into the vada just before frying, gives it a […]
Butter Beans/ Lima Beans or Vaal ki sabji is a wholesome yet effortless preparation. The use of varied ingredients like jaggery, tamarind, chili powder provides a unique sweet and sour tang to the dish. You can also try these different sabji preparations – Bharwan Bhindi, Spring Onion or Chana Dal. […]
Served with a dab of ghee on the steamed rice or with piping hot chapati, Gujarati Dal is the ideal lighthearted spread you are wanting. This slightly sweet, spicy and tangy dal is thin in texture and is perfect served with steamed rice or chapati or even parantha. Toor or […]
Mangochi – Moong Dal Kadhi is prepared from Moong dal (yellow lentil). The Kadhi we usually eat is consists of Besan (gram flour). Mangochi or Moong Dal Kadhi is much salubrious and lighter than the Besan Kadhi. There so many variations of Kadhi each culture has its own twist for […]
Two seasons that are best to munch on a plate full of hot pakodas is Rainy & Winters. Smuggled up in blankets with your favorite movie or some lovely family time, a pakodas can make all gatherings very interesting. Today’s recipe is for an age-old famous Gujarati snack and that […]
“KADHI” is solely a yogurt based gravy dish that is solidified with chickpea flour and tempered and later simmered with some fascinating Indian spices. Every region in India has their individual way of preparing Kadhi – you get Punjabi Kadhi, Rajasthani Kadhi, Maharashtrian Kadhi, and Gujarati Kadhi. Kadhi is a […]
Khichdi is a wholesome and comforting meal, made with a combination of rice and either green or yellow lentils. It is lightly spiced; it can be eaten plain with curd or pickle. It is a wholesome meal that has the perfect balance of nutrients. The combination of rice, lentils provides […]
We are ready to welcome summers with open arms now, aren’t we? Bidding the winter goodbye let’s pay an ode by making wholesome and delicious Bajre ka Rotla (Roti/flatbread). It’s a specialty of Kathiawad region of Gujarat India. Bajre ka rotla or Millet flat bread is a not only gluten […]
Methi Thepla- Fenugreek Flatbread is one of the authentic dishes of Gujarati cuisine. It is cooked using a variety of spices and flour Fenugreek is such a versatile in spice, it’s seeds are used for tempering and leaves in making dishes as well as flatbreads. Apart from being delicious, it […]