Gujarati

Gujarati cuisine is unlike any other Indian cuisine. Almost strictly vegetarian, it is traditionally served on silver platters to the accompaniment of rice …In almost every Gujarati recipe, you will expect something sweet, literally! Gujrati Thali is prepared with several shaaks(curry), roti or puris, rice, daal or kadhi, kachumber(salad), papad, raita, chutneys, region’s popular snack and sweet dish. Thali is very tempting and almost hard to stop eating!

Aloo Bhaji Chana Masala Bhaji Puri

Aloo Chana Masala can be made dry or with gravy. Cauliflower (Gobi) can be added to this recipes as well. You won’t believe how easy quick it is to put this meal together…I use pressure cooker to prepare the Sabji, saves lot of time. For this recipe soak chick peas overnight and then use in recipe. You can make this recipe curry kind or sabji like as I prepare.

Palak Dal Dhokla – Spinach Lentil Steamed Cake

You might have tried a variety of dhokla with various flours, flavours and tempering, but have you ever tried palak Dhokla? A batter of lentil is fortified with a couple of tasty greens and cooked into yummy dhoklas that have a tempting aroma and nice flavour!

Khatta Puda (Savory Rice Flour Pancakes)

To all those who are keen on trying different types of Indian snacks will enjoy this. This is a sour dosa and very easy to make. The sesame seeds make the dosa more crunchier. This can be made really quickly, so do try making it when you are in a hurry. Watch the video for this super easy recipe.