ujarati dishes are burst of colours, various flatbreads, salty snacks, and delicious desserts. Gujarat is an ultimate part of India which is not only famous for its variety of food but it is also famous for the way of living. Gujarati food is not only enjoyed in India but also outside the country.
Looking for lunch time recipes? Here you can find the recipes ranging from home lunch to school or work lunch as well. I also love to share hot lunch ideas for school and work. When my kids started school, I was determined to pack them healthy, nutritious and satisfying lunches. After serving them everyday lunch, by this time, I have learned a lot what to pack and what not for them. Sometimes, It takes several experiments to figure out what really they would love to eat at school. We as a grown up can compromise but kids don’t. I am happy that my kids are not complaining about lunch box food at all as I pack them with extra care. I strongly recommend to keep seasons in mind, such as in summer, I mostly pack them cold food and in winter hot food. Everyday, I ask them for their next day’s lunch menu and if they don’t come up with their ideas, I just go ahead and involve them in deciding what they want by giving them some options and it works really great. By the way, I have two growing kids and both of them have totally different tastebuds and so most of the time, I end up making two different things for them. So here you will find lot of ideas, trick and tips.
Commonly consumed by Gujaratis, Khichdi is declared as a national food by the government. This is a dish which is nutritious with its contents and healthy in flavours. This is a combination of rice, cereals, vegetables, and ghee. It can be consumed with curd or buttermilk.
These baked flaky empanadas are made using Kawan flaky frozen parathas. The paratha has a flaky, layered texture and a wonderful aroma just like puff pastry. With endless possibilities of filling inside, enjoy delicious, crunchy layered empenadas anytime!
Step-by-step video instructions to make puff pastry and aloo puffs.
These leisurely homemade brunch ideas will help you do it up in style. So I try to think of recipes from my breakfast and lunch menu and come up with combined recipe that can be put together easily. Brunch combines the absolute best flavors of breakfast and lunch.
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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!
Take your traditional breakfast or light lunch poha to the next level. Poha (beaten rice) is the ingredient that most Indian households have in the pantry and poha allows to make quick recipes anytime.
Super Simple Vegan vegetarian Burrito Taco Bowl! So quick and easy it takes less than 20 minutes! Make this your go-to weeknight meal in a pinch!I personally love Chipotle. Chipotle’s vegetarian Plant Powered bowl features fajita veggies, brown rice, pinto beans, fresh tomato salsa, roasted chili-corn salsa, sour cream, and guacamole.
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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.
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