Gujarati Recipes

5 Simple & Delicious Gujarati Combinations For Your Everyday Meal

Sunday, 30 April 2017 00:25

Making an everyday meal which is filling and delicious is a task in itself. We have to decide on recipes which has some main course dishes with side dishes to make it a complete meal. So when it comes to easy and delicious, Gujarati food is the one which comes to our mind.
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Make Your Weekend Breakfast Delightful With These 8 Different Types Of Gujarati Dhoklas

Tuesday, 11 April 2017 16:00

Dhokla as all of us know is originated from the state of Gujarat and is mostly enjoyed as a Breakfast. Breakfast being the most essential meal of the day, it's important to have a nutrition rich breakfast and Dhoklas fit in perfectly. Dhoklas are rich in proteins because of the besan being the core ingredient.
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8 Delicious And Lip Smacking Combinations For Your Weekend Breakfast

Thursday, 30 March 2017 00:39

After a week of hectic schedule and all the chaos, weekends are to relax! And what can be better than cooking some delicious breakfast on a Saturday or Sunday morning and have a relaxed morning with your family. Monday to Friday, we struggle with what to make which is easy and fast, but the weekend is the time to unwind and take the time to make something you really want.
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Gujarati Lasaniya Batata Recipe (Garlic Potato Curry)

Gujarati Lasaniya Batata Recipe (Garlic Potato Curry)

Thursday, 30 March 2017 00:13

Lasaniya Batata Recipe (Garlic Potato Curry) is a flavorful Gujrati potato curry with prominent garlic flavors. Gujrati lehsuniya batata is a dry curry made with boiled baby potatoes and flavoured with garlic, but the consistency can be moderated as per one's choice. Serve Gujarati Lasaniya Batata Recipe (Garlic Potato Curry) with phulkas and spinach dal. If you like baby potatoes, here are more recipes to try Chatpata Baby Potato Recipe Bhaji Miligai And Baby Potato Fry Recipe Choto Aloor Dum Recipe (Bengali Style Baby Potato Stir Fry) Baby Potato Theeyal Recipe(Kerala Style Potatoes In Shallots And Roasted Coconut Recipe)
गुजराती टिंडोरा नु शाक - Khatti Meethi Tinda Recipe (Recipe In Hindi)

गुजराती टिंडोरा नु शाक - Khatti Meethi Tinda Recipe (Recipe In Hindi)

Tuesday, 14 February 2017 00:14

टिंडोरा नु शाक एक आसान रेसिपी है जो बहुत ही कम समय में तैयार हो जाती है. इस कई नाम से जाना जाता है जैसे की दोंडेक्कै, टिंडा, टेंडली, या टिंडोरा। इस सब्ज़ी को बहुत तरीको से बनाया जा सकता है और सभी राज्य का अपना एक अलग तरीका भी है.  टिंडोरा नु शाक को दिन के खाने के लिए गुजराती कढ़ी और फुल्का के साथ परोस सकते है. अगर आपको यह रेसिपी अच्छी लगी हो तो, आप यह भी बना सकते है  पंजाबी मसाला लोबिया की सब्ज़ी  खट्टी कद्दू की सब्ज़ी  कढ़ी पकोड़ा   

12 Gujarati Breakfast Recipes You Will Absolutely Love

Friday, 27 January 2017 00:00

When we think of Gujarat, the first thing that pops up in our minds is first of course our beloved Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi, and then the amazingly delicious food of Gujarat everyone raves about.
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Sprouted Moong Dhokla Recipe

Sprouted Moong Dhokla Recipe

Wednesday, 28 September 2016 00:57

Sattvik food is always freshly cooked and simple, juicy, It is light, nourishing, sweet and tasty. It increases the energy of the mind and produces cheerfulness, serenity and mental clarity. Sattvik food is highly conducive to good health. These Sprouted Moong dhokla are full of energy and they are with No Onion and No Garlic and addition of Carrot makes these Dhokla more healthy tasty. Serve Sprouted Moong Dhokla along with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney for breakfast or serve as a tea time snack. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Dhokla recipes such as Buckwheat Corn Dhokla Recipe Khaman Dhokla Poha Recipe Microwave Dhokla Recipe
Potato Patties Stuffed With Bell Pepper, Coconut & Dry Fruits Recipe

Potato Patties Stuffed With Bell Pepper, Coconut & Dry Fruits Recipe

Saturday, 24 September 2016 00:00

Potato Patties Stuffed With Bell Pepper, Coconut & Dry Fruits is a very delicious recipe with tasty coconut and dry fruit stuffing covered in a crispy layer of mashed potatoes. Its prepared widely during the festive season. Also, Potato Patties Stuffed With Bell Pepper, Coconut & Dry Fruits make for a great tea time snack and can be served with masala chai. Other tea time snacks that you can try are: Mint and Coriander Spicy Multigrain Cracker Recipe Samosa Recipe Ribbon Pakoda Recipe
Crispy Masala Peanuts Recipe (Gujarati Sing Bhujia)

Crispy Masala Peanuts Recipe (Gujarati Sing Bhujia)

Friday, 23 September 2016 00:36

Crispy Masala Peanuts are also known as Sing Bhujia. This bold, savory snack is most commonly enjoyed in the evening with a cup of tea, but rest we can have it in the way we like. In this recipe peanuts coated with gram flour and spices, which is very easy to make and a most favorite snack for all age groups. They can be deep fried, baked or microwaved, using the same ingredients. But today I am sharing the deep fried method. So lets begin to make our crispy masala peanuts. Serve Crispy Masala Peanuts along with Masala Chai during your tea time break. You can also serve it as a snack with your drinks for house parties. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Peanut recipes such as Peanut Sesame Slaw Recipe Peanut Butter Banana Sandwich Recipe Eggless Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe
Khaman Dhokla Poha Recipe

Khaman Dhokla Poha Recipe

Monday, 12 September 2016 00:48

Khaman Dhokla Poha is a simple and easy dish that can be made out of left over Khaman Dhokla. You will be in need of onion, ginger-chilly paste and coconut to make this dish. This Khaman Dhokla Poha can be served as breakfast and quick snacks. Serve this delicious and easy Khaman Dhokla Poha with Pudina Chutney and a cup of Masala Chai. Here are few more Dhokla Recipes which you can try at your home. Buckwheat Corn Dhokla Makai Dhokla Amarnath Sooji And Oats Dhokla
Karela Thepla Recipe (Bitter Gourd Indian Flat Bread)

Karela Thepla Recipe (Bitter Gourd Indian Flat Bread)

Friday, 09 September 2016 00:43

A quintessential Indian flat bread that belongs to Gujarati cuisine is made with wheat flour, gram flour and is flavoured with various additional ingredients like Fenugreek, Spinach, Beetroot, Bitter gourd etc. Theplas made with grated bitter gourd is ideal breakfast option for weight watchers and also is a diabetic friendly dish. Thepla is typically eaten with pickles and is a common breakfast in Gujarat and also a favourite travel/journey food. Thepla resembles Indian paratha a lot but is thin and made with minimum oil or butter unlike those ghee drenched Punjabi parathas. Serve Karela Thepla along with Tomato Onion Cucumber Raita and Aam Ka Achaar for a light lunch or breakfast. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Thepla recipes such as Gehun Bhajra Thepla Recipe Gujarati Methi Thepla Recipe The Palak Ragi Oats Wheat Thepla Recipe
Buckwheat Corn Dhokla Recipe

Buckwheat Corn Dhokla Recipe

Wednesday, 27 July 2016 00:58

Dhokla is a vegetarian dish from the state of Gujarat. Dhokla can be served as breakfast or as a tea time snack. Buckwheat Corn Dhokla is a healthy version of dhokla prepared using buckwheat, sweet corn and curd. Buckwheat is high in soluble fiber and it’s a natural gluten free whole grain. Buckwheat provides a high level of protein. Prepare this versatile Gujarati Dhokla with buckwheat and enjoy a nutrient rich breakfast with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney and have it with cup of Ginger-Holy Basil Tisane | Adrak Tulsi Chai Recipe. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Dhokla recipes such as Makai Dhokla Microwave Dhokla Green Moong Dal Dhokla
Whole Stuffed Mango Pickle Recipe | Gujarati Dabla Kairi Nu Athanu

Whole Stuffed Mango Pickle Recipe | Gujarati Dabla Kairi Nu Athanu

Tuesday, 28 June 2016 00:44

Gujarati Dabla Kairi Nu Athanu is the Whole Stuffed Mango Pickle Recipe which is made using raw mango variety with small stones inside. This recipe is picked from one of mom’s traditional Gujarati recipes. She is a pickle connoisseur in our family. This variation of raw mango pickle will surely leave you licking your fingers when accompanied with hot khichdi or just anything that needs pickle as an accompaniment. If prepared and handled under hygienic conditions, the pickle lasts for more than a year. Serve the Whole Stuffed Mango Pickle Recipe | Gujarati Dabla Kairi Nu Athanu with some Thalicha Thayir Sadam Recipe (Spicy Seasoned Curd Rice) or even with some Lemon Rice Recipe (Elumichai Sadam/Chitranna) Try more of our Mango pickle recipes before the Mango season ends! Spicy And Tangy Avakkai Pickle With Turmeric Aam Ka Achaar Recipe (Spicy Raw Mango Pickle) Aam Ka Chunda Recipe (Gujarati Sweet Mango Pickle) Pisarna Manga Recipe (Instant Raw Mango Pickle) Gor Keri Recipe (Sweet and Spicy Raw Gujarati Raw Mango Pickle with Jaggery)

Lunch this Sunday on a Hearty Gujarati Thali

Friday, 03 June 2016 13:15

There are various fried and cooked items in predominantly vegetarian Gujarati cuisine. Fafda, Khandvi, Thepla, Dhokla, Puran Poli, Soonvali, Muthia, Handwoh are all Gujarati kitchen creation. The menu ranges from sweetest to the spicy foods which also varies with the expertise required in the kitchen for preparation. Some are cooked, some are prepared on tawa and some are deep fried. Traditional Gujarati food is served on a silver platter. Choose from our extensive 3-course menu to make this Sunday lunch a memorable one. 
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Gujarati Badshahi Pulao Recipe - A Rich Preparation Of Rice, Vegetables, Nuts And Spices

Gujarati Badshahi Pulao Recipe - A Rich Preparation Of Rice, Vegetables, Nuts And Spices

Tuesday, 31 May 2016 00:44

Baadshah in Hindi means king and as the name suggests it was prepared for the kings who ruled Gujarat. Nuts and spices like cashew nuts, almonds and saffron formed an integral part of the royal cuisine and when cooked along with a fine quality of basmati rice, it enhances the flavors of this delectable Badshahi Pulao. Serve the Badshahi Pulao with Gujarati Kadhi and Papad and Boondi Raita for a quick weeknight dinner or parties. If you like Ideas for Dinner then try some of these recipes that are fun to cook  Baked Sweet Potato Boat Mixed Flour & Spring Onion Crepes Recipe South Indian Style Vegetable Kurma  Summer Squash Pasta Lauki Bharta Recipe 
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Kanda Keri Nu Kachumber Recipe-Gujarati raw mango relish

Kanda Keri Nu Kachumber Recipe-Gujarati raw mango relish

Sunday, 29 May 2016 10:07

Kanda Keri Nu Kachumber is a classic raw mango and onion relish made the Gujarati way-sweet and sour. It also happens to be one the most favoured summer condiment. Kachumber in Gujarati means salsa or relish. In most regions of Gujarat, a simple green salad is also termed as Kachumber. The presence of Kanda Keri Nu Kachumber on the lunch menu marks the arrival of the annual mango season in most Gujarati households. It is quick to make and uses few pantry staples. The Gujaratis love to generously pour the sweet-sour juice that is released from this Kachumber over Daal-Bhaat.The Kanda Keri Kachumber is good to go with Handvo, Thepla, Puda, Dosa, Idli or virtually anything! Try our other pickle recipes as well: Mango Pickle (Andhra Avakaya) Recipe Mustard Green Chilli Pickle Recipe Instant Carrot Pickle Recipe Aam Ka Achaar Recipe (Spicy Raw Mango Pickle)
Gujarati Batata Pulao Recipe (Sweet And Spicy Pulao Made With Lentils And Potatoes)

Gujarati Batata Pulao Recipe (Sweet And Spicy Pulao Made With Lentils And Potatoes)

Sunday, 22 May 2016 00:26

In a traditional Gujarati meal, any form of lentil preparation is almost compulsory, it could be in the form of a lentil, legume or even combined with rice, hence making their meals wholesome. Adding lentils to rice dishes not only makes them protein rich, but also adds flavour and texture to the rice and vegetables. Here in this recipe of Batata Pulao the rice is simmered with lentils, potatoes and spices and finally garnished with peas, caramelized onions and chopped mint that leaves a beautiful texture and delicious taste.  Serve the Batata Pulao as it is or along with a Palak Raita for a quick and easy weeknight dinner. If you like Pulao & Rice recipes you must try some of your favorites like Kashmiri Pulao Recipe Chana Pulao Recipe Egg Pulao Recipe Pakistani Chickpeas Pulao Recipe Spicy Mixed Vegetable Pulao Recipe  
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Gujarati Biraj Recipe (Saffron Flavored Sweet Lentil Rice With Dry Fruits and Coconut)

Gujarati Biraj Recipe (Saffron Flavored Sweet Lentil Rice With Dry Fruits and Coconut)

Friday, 13 May 2016 00:13

Rice cooked along with fresh coconut, bengal gram and dry fruits is truly a taste enhancer and makes a perfect dessert pudding. Although Gujarati’s enjoy the Biraj - sweetened rice along with their main course, I like to savor it towards the end of the meal to get the perfect after taste of the spices, nuts and coconut. Serve the Gujarati Biraj along with hot Gujarati Kadhi and Desi Kala Chana Curry. If you like Gujarati Recipes, then you must try some of your favorites Gujarati Dal Recipe Gujarati Methi Thepla Paka Kela Ki Sabzi Recipe Gujarati Palak Dhokla Gujarati Fafda Recipe
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Microwave Dhokla Recipe

Microwave Dhokla Recipe

Sunday, 17 April 2016 00:34

Microwave Dhokla is the best and a no hassle dish which gets ready in no time. It is a perfect dish to have it as a tea-time snack. As it can be prepared in no-time, it is the best you can make when you have surprise guests. Serve Microwave Dhokla with a hot cup of Masala Chai during your tea time break. You can also try other Dhokla recipes such as Makai Dhokla Green Moong Dal Dhokla Ragi Rava Dhokla  
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7 Kadhi Recipes You Must Try From Across Regional Indian Cuisines

Wednesday, 30 March 2016 00:35

With India’s cultural diversity, the country has more regional cuisines than the total number of states. When it comes to Indian food, we have a wide variety of regional recipes that are delicious, mouth-watering and flavourful. It is also very interesting to note that food in these cuisines are so similar in the food groups but vary in the method of preparation and the spices used.  With this similarity and difference, between our regional Indian recipe, we bring you the variations of Kadhi you can try in your kitchen which is spread across cuisines in India. Give these recipes a try in your kitchen and you will be pleasantly surprised with their similarities and differences.
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