Khaman dhokla is a traditional Gujarati dish and my family’s favourite. I make it quite often at home as it’s a healthy breakfast dish and can be made in a jiffy. For a long time, it has been in my mind to make sandwich dhokla. Finally, I made it few days back for breakfast. IRead more about Sandwich Dhokla… Read More!
Two weeks back, a few of my friends from college had come home for lunch. I was meeting two of them after nearly 20 years. Needless to say, we all had a great time filled with silly jokes and non stop laughter, just like our good old college days. I had made a very traditional SouthRead more about Basundi… Read More!
Few days back, I came across this recipe on the net. I have never made koftas with radish. I found the recipe to be very different. Also, the koftas this recipe are steamed, not deep fried. I was actually not very confident when I started making this dish but still went ahead hoping that itRead more about Radish Kofta Kadhi… Read More!
Khichdi is one the healthiest and tasty one pot meal that you can make very easily. Khichdi is made with rice and lentils and it’s cooked to a soft,semi solid consistency. It’s a very popular dish all over India. Every region has its own recipe of khichdi. It is a nutritious and a comfort foodRead more about Moong and Vegetable Khichdi… Read More!
Kadhi, a very traditional and popular Indian dish is a yogurt based gravy which is thickened using gram flour. Every region has its own recipe for this dish. Gujarati kadhi and Punjabi are very popular varieties of kadhi. Gujarati kadhi is mildly sweet as sugar is added in this recipe. My family is very fondRead more about Gujarati Kadhi… Read More!
Thepla is a very famous and authentic Gujarati flat bread which can be served for breakfast, as a snack , can be carried for picnics or while traveling as it stays good for a week too:) We have always carried theplas with us while travelling since finding a vegetarian restaurant is quite a challenge inRead more about Thepla… Read More!
Chunda is a very authentic Gujarati sweet and sour mango pickle. Traditionally, chunda is made is mixing grated raw mango and sugar and sun dried for few days till the sugar melts and gets syrup consistency. Then the spices are mixed. Chunda has very a long shelf life. It can be stored even for aRead more about Chunda… Read More!
I was introduced to Gujarati cuisine during my stay in Muscat. There are very good authentic Gujarati restaurants in Muscat and I was also very lucky to make few wonderful Gujarati friends. I am very fond of dhokla, khandvi, undhiyo, thepla and chaas. Dhokla and khandvi are my most favourite. I learnt to make KhamanRead more about Khaman Dhokla… Read More!
This is very a different, creamy and a delicious dish from the Gujarati cuisine. Instead of tomatoes, sour yogurt is used in this recipe to give a tangy taste to this dal. Yogurt gives a rich and creamy texture to the dal and also enhances the protein and calcium content the dal. It is veryRead more about Yogurt Tuvar dal… Read More!
Dhokla is a traditional dish from Gujarati cuisine. There are many varieties of dhokla. I had learnt to make Khaman Dhokla ( made with chickpea flour) during my stay in Muscat from my neighbour, Toprani aunty:) She is one of the sweetest and beautiful woman that I have ever met. She taught me a foolRead more about Poha and Rava Dhokla… Read More!