Are you one of those people who absolutely relish the dough made for vadiyalu (vadam, kurdayi)? I am, and my mother and grandmother used to say I eat more of the batter raw than I make vadiyalu with. So this Gujarati Rice Khichu is absolutely THE dish for me to enjoy as a snack. It is...
If you want a diabetic-friendly or a weight-loss friendly recipe, then this Jowar Methi Muthiya is the one for you.
I tasted this Gujarati Suva Kadhi (Shepuchi Kadhi) in my friend Ami's home.
Ami served it as an accompaniment to Vaal Rice, and that made for a comforting meal.
Vaal Ni Dal No Pulav is a simple and delicious Vaal Rice from Gujarat.
It is traditionally served with Kadhi and Papad.
Freshly harvested pigeon pea (tuvar) abounds in winter is the centerpiece of this wonderful sabzi called Baingan Aur Tuvar ki Sabzi (called Tuvar Ringan nu Shaak in Gujarati). I learnt this recipe from my friend Mohna Parate and is made in the inimitable Nagpur style that she is famous for. Like all Mohna’s everyday recipes,...
I make this Vrat ka Dhokla | Upvas ka Dhokla | Farali Dhokla quite often but have never gotten around to write about it.
I took the start of Shravan as an opportunity to post the recipe for this light and steamed dish that is eaten on days of fasting. I make it JLT for breakfast as well.
Bafela Kobi Na Muthia or Cabbage Muthiya is a delicious, easy-to-make steamed snack made with cabbage and jowar flour. You can also use wheat flour + besan, or then a mixed grain flour to make this snack.
Steamed muthiyas make for a great tea time snack.
Khatta Moong (or Khatta Mug as it is called in Gujarati) is a traditional Gujarati dish made with sour dahi and whole moong. It is very lightly spiced and is ideal for a summer meal when paired with some rice.
I had planned to try the recipe for Karela Muthia | Steamed Bitter Gourd Dumplings for ages and found the perfect opportunity this month when I had to cook with an ingredient whose English name began with B for the A to Z cooking Challenge. Karela or Bitter Gourd is a vegetable that you cannot ignore...
I love Methi Muthia and got a packet of fried Methi Muthias last week, just to munch on. Then as I was idly browsing what one can do with Muthias, I came several recipes of Muthia being used in curries. The one that caught my eye was Turiya Muthia nu Shaak because it used ridge...