Gujarati Roti Recipes
Roti, which is an indispensable part of Indian meals, is called Rotli in Gujarati. Be it Phulka, Chapatis or Bhakri, at least one variety of Indian bread is served with Gujarati meals, especially lunch.
Bhakris are slightly thicker than rotli and can be made of bajra, rice or multiflours. Rotli is predominantly made using whole wheat flour. Whole wheat bhakri having a biscuit-like texture are usualyy preferred for breakfast. Traditionally, they are made on clay tawa and served with pickle or onions.
Another authentic Gujarati roti is the Padvali Roti. Generously smeared with ghee these rotis are thin and a perfect companion to aam raas during summers. The Maharashtrian famous Puran Poli is made using toovar dal in a Gujarati household.
Gujarati Thepla Recipes
Multigrain Methi Thepla
Thepla are an inherent part of Gujarati meals, and are used for regular meals, travelling and for picnics! Generally, eaten with curds and chunda, theplas can be enjoyed hot or otherwise. They have a long shelf life and can be stored for almost 20-22 days. The most common theplas are methi theplas. You can even grate other vegetables like doodhi, mooli or other ingredients to make Doodhi Theplas, Mooli Thepla or Banana Methi Thepla.
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