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Gujarat has a wide-ranging cuisine, which includes everything from sweets and snacks to subzis and one-dish meals. The farsaans and mishthans especially are much-loved aspects of Gujarati cuisine. Recipes like Oondhiya, Bhatia Kadhi, Khaman Dhokla and Patra have an unmatchable and unique regional touch.

Come lunch time and Gujaratis do not like to settle for anything less than a complete balanced meal, which they fondly call the “Dal Bhaat Rotli Shaak” combo. But, when in a hurry, one-dish meals like Dal Dhokli will come to your rescue. Gujarati cuisine makes use of many native veggies, and also special combinations of spices to season them, resulting in homely and satiating dishes. Some of the dals and subzis have a pleasant sweetness because of the addition of jaggery.

Gujaratis also love to take along satiating foods like Thepla and dry Bateta nu Shaak when they travel. These dishes are prepared such that they can be preserved for a day or sometimes even a week! Let us discover many more such marvels of this cuisine…

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Recipe# 4884
18 Jan 16

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Ever wondered if it is possible to make succulent and satiating dhoklas within minutes? Your dream comes true, with this Green Peas Dhokla. A quick batter of crushed green peas and besan pepped up with lemon juice and ginger-green chilli paste is cooke ....
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Recipe# 590
23 Nov 14

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Green peas simmered with spinach and fenugreek muthias in a sauce thickened with grated coconut and fresh coriander… doesn’t it sound delectable? trust me, it tastes even better than it sounds. What is more, kids love any dish that has green peas in it, so this is a good way to stuff some nutritious ....
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Recipe# 33344
13 Jun 16

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Rice khichu, here is another easy to make, easily digestible afternoon snack from the kitchens of gujarat. This version uses the pressure cooker instead of the traditional kadhai. However, while adding flour, be quick in stirring to avoid any lump formation.
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Recipe# 4889
20 Aug 10

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
A traditional jowar flour snack flavoured with spices and garlic. Khichu is generally eaten along with pickle oil, but the sesame oil tastes just as good. If you wish to make this recipe ahead of time, remember to sprinkle a little water before reheating it in the microwave.
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Recipe# 34454
22 Feb 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Get wind of a Gujarati secret that is passed on from grandma’s memory. A mildly-flavoured snack, Cauliflower Bhanolu uses coconut milk as the primary ingredient. With a little help from your handy kitchen helper, the microwave oven, this recipe can be prepared in minutes.
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Recipe# 33272
28 Aug 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
A batter of chola dal is fortified with a couple of tasty greens and cooked into yummy dhoklas that have a tempting aroma and nice flavour. Since spinach and fenugreek leaves are used, this non-fried snack also imbibes the characteristic flavour of fenugreek, which is very appetizing. A dash ....
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Recipe# 3547
16 Mar 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
The Buckwheat Dhokla combines taste and nutrition in an easy-to-cook form. A batter of buckwheat is perked up with curds, ginger and green chillies to make soft and tasty dhoklas. Though the buckwheat needs to be soaked for two hours, the batter does not require any fermentation afterwards, so y ....
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Recipe# 22348
11 May 17

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Lots of nutrition comes to you in the form of this stomach-friendly dhokla. The batter is easy to make – just measure the buckwheat, mix it with curds and let the batter soak for 2 hours. The non-fermented batter also makes this Buckwheat Dhokla a good option for those suffering from acidity. Ju ....
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Recipe# 4332
16 Dec 16

 
 by Tarla Dalal
The pleasant sweetness of jaggery and the enticing charm of poppy seeds and cashewnuts tone down the bitterness of bitter gourd to an extremely enjoyable level, in this special dry subzi. Sweet, with a dash of spice, this unique subzi tastes really awesome, but what is even more special than the ....
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Recipe# 4943
30 Nov 16

 
 by Tarla Dalal
This dish is also called sukhadi in some parts of Gujarat. This is a version of Golpapdi , that is served warm and not cut into the traditional diamond shaped cubes. The trick to making this version is to add the gur after the wheat and ghee ....
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Recipe# 33327
16 May 10

 
 by Tarla Dalal
This recipe was invented with the intention of making good use of leftover khaman dhoklas! They are crumbled, tempered with garlic and mixed with pomegranate seeds and coconut. Serve garnished with sev and relish its unique flavour. Those who do not like garlic can omit it.
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Recipe# 35072
18 Oct 10

 
 by Tarla Dalal
A delicious recipe that makes use of radish leaves, whole moong and low-fat curd. Radish leaves are high in calcium, iron and carotenoids, while the moong adds enough protein and fibre into your meal. Eat them hot!
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Recipe# 615
23 Nov 14

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
As the ‘trevti’ in the title suggests, this is a combination of three dals simmered with spices. The use of three dals imparts a special feel to this otherwise simple day-to-day dal, which goes very well with bajra rotla and lehsun ki chutney. As a variation, you can use urad dal instead of yellow m ....
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Recipe# 33277
16 May 10

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Rajma dhokla, looks appealing and tastes great! a true tempter! spinach adds an interesting colour and flavour to these nibblets, which are. Rich in calcium, vitamin a and proteins. Serve these healthy nibblets to your children and win over their hearts.
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Gujarati
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 on 08 Apr 15 09:52 AM


Awesome recipes....
Edited after original posting.