Famous dishes of Gujarat

1. Sev :

A quick but delectable preparation of tomatoes tempered with cumin seeds and ginger, served with sev. Sev is a deep-fried, vermicelli-like snack made with gram flour. It is so common that it is found in almost all stores, right from the street vendors to the large supermarkets! all in all, this is a no-fuss recipe! note that the tomatoes can be cooked earlier, but the sev should be added just before serving so that it remains fresh and crisp.

2. Whole wheat flour :

Whole-wheat flour is a powdery substance, a basic food ingredient, derived by grinding or mashing the whole grain of wheat, also known as the wheatberry. Whole-wheat flour is used in baking of breads and other baked goods, and also typically mixed with other lighter white unbleached or bleached flours (that have been treated with flour bleaching agent(s)) to restore nutrients to the white flours (especially fiber, protein, and vitamins), texture, and body that are lost in milling and other processing to the finished baked goods or other food(s).

3. Fafda :

Fafda is a traditional crunchy snack that is synonymous with Gujarati cuisine. Made of gram flour and other spices, it is a convenient and quick snacking option that can be had at anytime of the day or mixed with other dry snacks like puffed rice.

4. Lilva Kachori :

Mix all the ingredients for kachori in a bowl and rub the flour betwen palms so that ghee is mixed well with flour.Kneed a soft dough using warm water. Cover the dough with wet cotton cloth and keep aside for 15 – 20 minutes. Wash pigeon peas and grind to a smooth paste using little water at a time.

5. Chorafali :

Chorafali or cholafali fafda is central Gujarats (India) very famous snack. This snack is specialty of

6. Meethi Sweet Kadhi :

Gujarati Kadhi is one of the best recipes of Gujarati cuisine. This authentic recipe requires knowledge of cooking with Indian spices and it gets its delicious taste from curd, besan and curry spices. Unlike other recipes, Gujarati dahi kadi uses less besan and has sweet and sour taste along with comparatively thinner consistency. Whether you serve it with steamed rice, simple rice khichdi or vegetable pulav, it is surely going to tantalize your taste buds.

7. Kadhi :

Kadhi or karhi is a North Indian dish. It is a spicy dish whose thick gravy is based on chickpea flour (called Besan in Hindi and Urdu) and contains vegetable fritters called pakoras, to which sour yogurt is added to give it little sour taste. It is often eaten with boiled rice or roti. Among the Sindhi people, a different variety is popular and often vegetables are also added.