Gujarati Recipes



 Kansar
Kansar(Lapsi)
Kansar or Lapsi is a popular sweet dish made on special festivals and occasions. In Gujarat, lapsi is given as prasad (holy offering) in marriages and other religious occasions. 


 Rajwadi Khichdi
Rajwadi Khichdi
An amazing khichdi made from rice and toor dal. Green peas, eggplant, potato, cashew nuts and spices are used to add volume and flavoring to the khichdi.


 Kopra Pak
Kopra Pak is signature sweet of Diwali festival in Gujarat. This is another version of Coconut Burfi. Kopra Pak is very famous sweet in Gujarat and made during Diwali festival.


 Dabeli
Dabeli
Dabeli is a famous street food of India, originating in the Kutch region of Gujarat. This is an easy recipe with ready made dabeli masala, so make this delicious dabeli at home and enjoy.


 Oats Bhakhari
Oats Bhakhari
Oats is whole grain loaded with healthy carbohydrate, fiber, protein, and iron. This is an interesting form of eating oats for breakfast. Instead of having regular oatmeal you can enjoy delicious bhakhari.


 Sandwich Dhokla
Sandwich Dhokla
Sandwich dhokla is a delicacy originated from Gujarat is also one of my favorite dhokla. In this recipe layer of white dhokla with green chutney spread over it and topped up with a layer of yellow dhokla.


 Fulwadi
Fulwadi
Fulwadi is a traditional Gujarati snack which is perfect blend of sour, sweet and spicy taste. In old days it is very common in Gujarati marriages and other occasions.


 Dudhi Muthia
Bottle Gourd Muthia
Bottle gourd(Dudhi) muthia is famous Gujarati anytime meal. It is made from wheat flour, chickpea flour mixed with shredded bottle gourd and spices. It is steamed and tempered with oil and spices.


Usal
Sev Usal
Sev usal in Gujarat is little different from traditional Maharashtrian dish usal pav. Usal is gravy made from dry green peas and served with sev, exotic , onion, tomato and coriander leaves.


Fenugreek Leaves Pakora
Methi Gota
Methi Gota is famous Gujarati snack mostly having a presence in a party or get to gather. It is very enjoyable during monsoon season with tea or chutney. It is made with chickpea flour, fresh methi leaves, and spices.


Wheat Laddoo is traditional Gujarati sweet often made on festivals and religious occasions. This is also called Gujarati Churma Laddoo. This mouth watering and delicious laddoo are very similar to Rajasthani Churma.


 Cereal Chivda
Cereal Chivda
Cereal is healthy but we don’t like to eat everyday. It’s kind of boring, But not any more. This cereal chivda is so delicious that you want to eat each and everyday.


 Karela Cashew Subji
Today I will share another karela recipe from Gujarati cuisine. It is made from bitter gourd, spices, sugar, cashew nuts, and onions. The cashew nuts gives a crunchy effect to the dish. 


Kachi Keri Chutney
Raw mango chutney can be enjoyed with all kinds of snacks or roti/bread. It is made with raw mango and spices and tastes sweet and sour. Flavor of spices gives a unique taste to the chutney.


Sada Dhokla
Dhokla
Dhokla is a originates from the state of Gujarat. It is made with a fermented batter derived from rice and chickpea splits. Dhokla can be eaten for breakfast, as the main course, as a side dish or as a snack.


Gujarati Handvo
Handvo
Handvo is famous Gujarati snack. It is similar to the cake but spicy, made with rice and dal better or handvo flour mix with shredded long squash and spices. It goes well with tea, sauce or chutney.


 Mohanthal
Mohanthal
Mohanthal is traditional Gujarati sweet which is made from coarse chickpea flour, ghee, sugar and cardamom powder. Mohanthal is a favorite for auspicious occasions and festivals like Diwali. 


 Kadhi
Kadhi
Kadhi is an integral part of Gujarati food and especially when you eat khichdi or rotla. Kadhi is going well with lots of Gujarati foods. It is prepared from chickpea flour, curd, ginger garlic, and spices.


 Methi Thepla
Methi Thepla
Methi thepla is undoubtedly most famous theplas in Gujarati meals. Among all theplas, this is very healthy one. Methi thepla made from 3 grains, garlic, ginger and most important- fenugreek leaves.


 Athela Marcha
Athela Marcha is a Gujarati style chili pickle. A delectable pickle made with medium chilies with a tongue-tickling mixture of crushed mustard seeds, salt, asafoetida and turmeric powder spiked up with a dash of lemon.


 Moong Dal Dhokla
Moong Dal Dhokla
Moongdal dhokla is healthy and another variation of famous Gujarati dhokla. Moongdal dhokla, is rich in zinc, folic acid, iron, and proteins.


 Walnut Sukhdi
Walnut Sukhdi
If you are walnuts lover this is real treat for you. Walnuts sukhdi is very very delicious way to eat your favorite nuts.Walnut sukhdi stay good for long time, so you can take it with you anywhere.


Methi Muthia
Bajri Methi Muthia
Bajri methi muthia is delicious Gujarati snack for light dinner or breakfast. It is prepared by rolling and steaming bajri (millet) flour dough with mixing fresh methi leaves and spices.


 Rajgira Bhakhri
Rajgira/ Amaranth is one of the most protein-rich of any plant-based food. It is also rich in iron, calcium, manganese and fiber. To get benefits of this amazing grain today I am sharing this bhakhri recipe.


 Farsi Puri
Farsi Puri
Farsi puri is extremely crispy and always delicious to eat. It is made from maida, black pepper, ajwain seeds, oil and other spices.


 Batata Vada
Batata Vada
Batata(Potato) vada is one of the most popular snacks in India. In Maharashtra this recipe is called Batata vada, In south potato bonda, and In Gujarat, it is also called batata vada. 


 Gujarati Dal
Gujarati Dal
Gujarati dal is an integral part of Gujarati meals. It is very comfort dal for an everyday meal in every Gujarati household. It is very famous for its spicy, sweet and sour taste.


 Masala Thepla
Masala Thepla
Masala thepla is the most popular thepla in Gujarat. This is a very easy and quick to make and comfort food for the picnic or traveling as it stays for 2-3 days or even more.


 Kala Chana Curry
This Gujarati curry is easy to make and yet very flavourful. Kala chana is rich source of protein, fiber, iron, and potassium. This Kala Chana curry actually goes very well with puri but it can also taste great with thin wheat paratha.


Bitter Melon Muthia(Dumpling)
Karela Bites
Karela(Bitter Melon) bites are a great way to eat karela. Everybody can enjoy this dish without knowing this is made from karela skin. So you can serve this to kid also.


 Dal Dhokli
Dal Dhokli
Dal dhokli is a wholesome one-dish meal from Gujarati cuisine. It is a common lunch for Sunday in most traditional Gujarati households!


 Methi Vada
Methi Vada
Methi vada is famous Gujarati dish generally prepared during the winter season for evening snack or dinner and served with tea or yogurt. Though it’s deep fried it has benefits of millet flour and fresh methi leaves.


 Vaghareli Khichdi
Vaghareli Khichdi
Vaghareli khichdi is my most favorite khichdi since childhood. This is very simple and quick recipe of masala khichdi. This is made with rice, toor(arhar) dal, onion, garlic, and potato.


 Kachariyu
Kachariyu
Kachariyu can be made by either black or white sesame seeds.  The word "kachar" means crushed in Gujarati. In this recipe crushed sesame seeds mixed with jaggery and dried fruits.


 Red Chora Curry
Red Chora Curry
Red chora is known as chora in Gujarat. Like other beans, they are very nutritious and have high iron content. This is Gujarati style chora recipe which is easy and quick.


 Bajra Roti
Bajra Roti
Bajra roti is originally from Rajasthan and goes well with almost any subjis or curries. In Gujarat, it called Bajri na Rotla. Bajra roti is gluten free and has an excellent nutritional value.


 Sev Tameta Nu Shaak
Sev Tomato Curry
Sev Tomato Curry is the traditional dish of Gujarat. Its is quick and tasty made from cooked tomatoes tempered with spices and mixed with besan thin sev. It goes well with bajri rotla or wheat roti.


Besan Burfi
Magaj
Magaj is another form of besan ladoo. This sweet is very famous in India and especially in Diwali time. Its is made from chickpea flour and garnished with sliced almonds and pistachios.


 Potato Subji
Potato Subji
Potato subji is a most common dish in Indian cuisine. Every state has its own taste and variation and It can be made many different ways. This is Gujarati style subji which is little spicy, tangy and sweet.


Lauki Thepla
Bottle Gourd(Lauki) Thepla
Bottle gourd/lauki/Dudhi thepla is one of the healthy thepla which is full of protein, calcium, and fiber. So, today I am sharing dudhi thepla recipe with you, which is quick, healthy and delicious.


 Guvar Dhokli
Guvar Dhokli
Guvar dhokli is another variety of famous Dal Dhokli. Guvar beans being added to enhance its taste and flavor. Its traditional dish and enjoyed with rice and ghee.


Bhakhri
Biscuit Bhakhri
Biscuit bhakhri is made from wheat flour and often served with ghee on top. It is made crispy like a biscuit. It is the best match with Indian tea or coffee and also goes well with any Indian curries.


 Ringan Papdi Subji
Ringan Papdi Subji
Ringan papdi is Gujarati subji prepared with ringan (eggplant), papdi and various spices. Although this is Gujarati subji I made it without sugar because I want to enjoy original taste of papdi and eggplant.


 Bharela Ringan
Bharwan Baingan
Bharwan Baingan (Stuffed Round Eggplant) is traditional Gujarati cooking. This is very easy to prepare and gives you unique taste of Gujarati Foods.


 Vaal Beans Curry
Vaal Beans Curry
Vaal beans curry I a unique and flavorful dish and it can be made different ways. This is Gujarati style curry recipe which ha a sweet and sour taste.



Fafda -Jalebi
Fafda
Fafda is famous Gujarati snack. It is made from chickpea flour mixed with spices. Generally, it goes well with kadhi chutney and raw papaya (sambharo).


 Kadhi Chutney
Kadhi Chutney
Kadhi chutney goes very well with famous Gujarati Fafda. It is also called Fafda chutney. Its is made with besan, yogurt, and various spices.


Papaya Sambharo
Papaya Sambharo
Papaya Sambharo is famous Gujarati sambharo made from shredded raw papaya, green chili, and spices. It tastes mild spicy, crunchy and often served with fafda, gota and various other snacks.


 Sukhdi
Sukhdi
Sukhdi is authentic Gujarati delicacy sweet.  It is nothing but wheat flour burfi.  Usually, sukhdi is considered as an energetic sweet during winter. To adding ginger and ganthoda powder in this recipe I made this, even more, healthier.


 Dudhi Chana Dal Subji
Dudhi Chana Dal Subji
Dudhi/Lauki/Bottle gourd is very healthy and excellent for a low-calorie diet. In Indian cooking, bottle gourd is often combined with various lentils to make wonderful dishes.


 Rice Khichu
Rice Khichu
Rice khichu is a traditional Gujarati dish made from rice flour and flavored with spices. It is easy to make and easily digestible afternoon snack. This is so popular that it is even sold on the streets of Gujarat.


 Raw Mango Juice
Aam Panna
Aam Panna is refreshing and cooling healthy summer drink. It is made from raw mango, mint, onion, coriander, and spices. Raw mango protects us from heatstroke and provides valuable nutrition.


 Khaman
Khaman
Khaman or Khaman Dhokla is a food common in the Gujarat made from gram flour(besan). Khaman are so soft and spongy in texture.


 Til Sankari
Til Sankari
Til sankari is sweet made for Makar Sankranti. This is originally from Maharashtra, and it is famous in all over India. This is known as tulpapdi or tul sukhadi in Gujarat.


 Tikha Ganthia
Tikha Ganthia
Tikha ganthia is simply made from gram flour and Indian spices. It’s commonly known as jadi sev in Gujarat. Tikha ganthia are great Diwali snacks also taste great with a cup of tea.


 Green Pepper Subji
Green Pepper Subji
Green pepper or Simla mirch subji is a very flavorful and easy to cook. This recipe has a Gujarati touch to it, bringing back childhood memories of watching mom make this favorite vegetable for dinner.


 Moriya Khichdi
Moriya Khichdi
Moriya/Moriayo/Samo khichdi is very popular Gujarati khichdi mostly made during fasting. It is easy and quick to make and served with yogurt.


 Suki Bhaji
Suki Bhaji
Suki bhaji is a seasoned potatoes dish made specifically for fasting. In this recipe, boiled potatoes are mixed with green chilies and spices.


 Peanut Kadhi
Peanut Kadhi
Peanut kadhi is generally made during fasting. It is made from rajgira flour, yogurt, peanuts powder, and spices. Peanut kadhi is served with moriya or samo khichdi along with sukhi bhaji.


 Gondh Sukhdi
Gondh(Edible Gum) Sukhdi
Gondh/Edible Gum/Gundar sukhdi is the same as regular sukhdi but the only difference is gondh(edible gum) is extra ingredients.


 Kesar Moriya Khichdi
Kesar Moriya Khichdi
Kesar moriya khichdi is very popular Gujarati khichdi mostly made during fasting. Kesar (saffron) gives exotic color and flavor.

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