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Dudhi Chana Dal Subji | Bottle Gourd Chana Dal Subji | Lauki Dal Ki Subzi

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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. Here I add chana dal in this curry to make the perfect combination of vegetable and lentil (high protein).

Gujarati Dal | Toor Dal

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

Farsi Puri | Crispy Puri | Diwali Snack

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Farsi puri is extremely crispy and always delicious to eat. It is made from maida, black pepper, ajwain seeds, oil and other spices. Make this today and enjoyed with a hot cup of tea or with your favorite chat dish.

Gondh Sukhdi | Edible Gum Bar | Gundar Sukhdi

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Gondh/Edible Gum/Gundar sukhdi is the same as regular sukhdi but the only difference is gondh(edible gum) is extra ingredients. As you all know gondh is associated with good health, so here is one more recipe with this amazing ingredients.

Kesar Moriya Khichdi | Saffron Flavored Fasting Khichdi

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

Masala Thepla | Whole Wheat Masala Roti

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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. You can eat them with a pickle, plain yogurt or tea/coffee.

Potato Subji | Gujarati Style Batata Nu Shaak

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Potato subji is the most common dish in Indian cuisine. Every state has its own taste and variation and It can be made in many different ways. This is Gujarati-style subji which is a little spicy, tangy, and sweet. It is also called rasavalu batata nu shaak.

Suki Bhaji | Seasoned Boiled Potatoes | Fasting Potato Dish

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Suki bhaji is a seasoned potatoes dish made specifically for fasting. In this recipe, boiled potatoes are mixed with green chilies and spices. It is a very popular Gujarati dish which tastes great with plain Moriya khichdi and peanut kadhi.

Tikha Ganthia | Jadi Sev | Gram Flour Snack

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Tikha ganthia is simply made from gram flour and Indian spices. It’s commonly known as jadi sev or ganthiya in Gujarat.  Tikha ganthia are great Diwali snacks also taste great with a cup of tea.  Apart from the ingredients, you will need sev ganthia machine which has different plates to make various sizes of sev.  This is sold in most Indian grocery shops.

Ringan Papdi Subji | Indian Flat Beans and Eggplant Subji | Valor Papdi Subji with Eggplant

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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.  So enjoy this great combination of subji with any kind of roti.

Guvar Dhokli | Another Variety Of Famous Dal Dhokli

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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.

Sukhdi | Wheat Flour Burfi | Gud Papdi

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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.

Vaghareli Khichdi | Masala Khichdi

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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. It is served with buttermilk or kadhi.

Peanut Kadhi | Fasting Kadhi | Famous Gujarati - Peanut Kadhi

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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 suki bhaji.

Til Sankari | Sesame Seeds Bar | TulPapdi

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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 til-papdi or til-sukhadi in Gujarat. It is made from til (sesame seeds), jaggery and ghee.

Bajra Roti | Bajri Na Rotla | Millet Flour Roti

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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. This roti is simple to make and great in taste.

Vaal Beans Curry | Gujarati Style Vaal Beans Dal

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Vaal beans curry is the unique and flavorful dish and it can be made different ways. This is Gujarati style curry recipe which has a sweet and sour taste.  Vaal has the unique taste of its own and with this simple flavoring, its taste just shines through. This curry goes well with roti and rice.

Dhokla | Gujarati Dhokla

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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. You could also enjoy it with coriander-mint chutney.

Sev Usal | Usal | Usal Pav

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Sev usal in Gujarat is little different from traditional Maharashtrian dish usal pav. In this recipe, Jaggery or sugar will be added like, all other Gujarati dishes. Usal is gravy made from dry green peas and served with sev, exotic chutneys, onion, tomato and coriander leaves.

Sandwich Dhokla | Dhokla With Green Chutney Layer

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Sandwich Dhokla is a delicacy originated from Gujarat is also one of my favorite dhoklas. This dhokla is not only beautiful to look at but tastes great also. In this recipe layer of white dhokla with green chutney spread over it and topped up with a layer of yellow dhokla.