Surti Undhiyu

Undhiyu, a traditional Gujarati curry prepared with many fresh vegetable with some flavored spices, is a must have item on festivals like Uttarayan (kite flying festival), Diwali, etc. and special occasions like marriage parties. This deliciously rich curry is usually enjoyed in winter as veggies like fenugreek leaves, surti papadi and tuvar lilva are required... Continue Reading →

Lilva Kachori

Lilva kachori is a delicious winter snack made with fresh tuvar (pigeon peas). These fresh tuvar beans are called as lilva in Gujarati language and hence the name lilva kachori. This lilva kachori recipe gives you one of the best kachori with a flaky crisp crust and a soft, lightly spicy, sweet and tangy filling.... Continue Reading →

VATI Daal Na Khaman

Vati Dal Na Khaman is a tempting dhokla made from soaked and crushed chana dal (lentils). Vati dal means soaked and crushed lentils (vateli dal). Generally when people try to make this traditional Gujarati snack at home, it does not come out fluffy and soft. The secret of making them soft and fluffy lies in... Continue Reading →

Surti Sev Khamani

Surti Sev Khamani is a typical snack item popular among the Gujarati community. Here in the surat city, we call it farsan (namkeen). However, the snack item is not namkeen (salty), but it is mildly sweet. Moreover, it is tummy filling. Just a small dish can make you skip your lunch and dinner. Hence, if... Continue Reading →

Baigan Bhartha or Ringan no Oro

Spicy fire roasted eggplant mash, Baingan Bharta is best enjoyed with roti or parathas. This Punjabi Baingan Bharta recipe uses minimal spices for the best results! Vegan & gluten-free. This easy baingan bharta recipe is going to be a sure shot hit at home! Baingan (eggplant/aubergine) is studded with garlic and roasted on an open... Continue Reading →

Veg Chili Cheese Toast

Veg Chilli Cheese Toast, is a quick breakfast or snack recipe made from cheese, chilies, and some veggies spread on top. This is an Indian version of the Cheese Chili Toast made on Tawa. Oven and Air Fryer Instructions are also included. Here is a quick snack dish that you can prepare in less than... Continue Reading →

Falafel

Falafel, a staple Middle Eastern dish—and a popular street food around the world—that consists of fried spiced balls or patties of ground chickpeas or fava beans (or a mixture of both) stuffed into a pita or wrapped in laffa bread with hot sauce, tahini sauce, and generally some saladlike combination of tomato, lettuce, onion with... Continue Reading →

Mendu Vada

Medu vada (ulundu vadai) is a traditional dish from South Indian cuisine served with coconut chutney and Sambhar as a popular breakfast in most of the Indian restaurants. This crispy deep fried snack is made from urad dal (black gram lentils) and a few basic spices like cumin seeds, black peppercorns, curry leaves and green... Continue Reading →

Palak Methi Thepla Or Paratha

Gujarati Methi Thepla, a must try lightly spiced paratha like Indian flat-bread is prepared from wheat flour, fenugreek leaves and other spices. The real secret of mouth-watering taste of methi theplas prepared with this recipe lies in making perfect dough, which has just right balance of spices and fenugreek leaves. The ginger-garlic adds nice little... Continue Reading →

Chili Cheese Chutney Sandwich

Sandwiches are one of my all the time favorite and quick snack to go. This sandwich recipe is little different than usual. Chutney chili cheese sandwich is the quickest and easiest recipe you can make with minimal amount of time and ingredients. Mumbai style Chilli Cheese Sandwich recipe - This is stuffed with cheesy mixture... Continue Reading →

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