Let's see which recipes use Quick mango chunda .
1. Gujaratis love plain thepla just as much as a fat kid loves chocolate. Theplas are an inherent part of Gujarati meals, and are used for regular meals, travelling and for picnics! When you anticipate a busy fortnight, you can make a large batch of plain theplasand keep them in stock and relish with curds and chunda or bateta chips nu shaak.
2. A simple dough of whole wheat flour is pepped up with everyday spice powders and then deep fried, which give the deep fried masala puris a fabulous flavour.
These flavour-packed masala puris with curds are perfect to have for breakfast when you are in the mood for something traditional, but don’t have enough time to prepare an elaborate spread with accompaniments and all.
The masala puris for breakfast are so tasty that you can just serve them with curd and Chunda to make a satiating breakfast.
3. Methi theplas are famous not only in Gujarat but also all over the country as well. healthy methi thepla is a also a very healthy diabetic snack, diabetics can indulge 1-2 theplas as fenugreek leaves improve the insulin and glucose response. The use of whole wheat flour adds in some amount of fibre. This is definitely a wholesome choice than refined flour (maida). To toss in some iron, you can replace half the wheat flour with jowar flour. healthy methi thepla also makes a perfect kids tiffin box recipe or theplas for athletes.
Chunda is a pickle, which is commonly served with theplas in Gujarat.
How to store chunda, chundo
Chunda is best stored in a glass bottle at room temperature. This should not be refrigerated as the sugar syrup may crystallise.