Are you able to recall the dialogue from 3 Idiots “Tum Gujarati Log Ka Khana Itna Khatarnak Kyu Hota Hai? Dhokla, Fafda, Handvo, Thepla…Jaise Missiles Hai? Yeah! Names may look like missiles but the taste and smell is something everyone can die for. Do you have any Gujarati friend? If yes, then you can easily relate to the reason why Gujarati can’t go on a diet. Gujarati people breathe their food and even their food is worth it. While talking about Gujarati food, Thepla and Dhokla are two things that came to our mind, but there are many more Gujarati dishes that you should try. Here we bring some of the ‘Saras’ Gujarati dishes for you.
The Gujarati people challenge that you can never have just one Dhokla at a time. The deliciousness of Dhokla will convince you to eat more. Eat it with green or imli chutney and enjoy the sponginess and taste of it.
In doubt about what to eat? Go for Thepla guys. Your taste buds will thank you for satisfying them.
This dish is somehow similar to the Vadapav. The filling is of mashed potatoes, groundnuts and spices. It is served with a date and tamarind chutney.
Papdi No Lot
This dish is for the people who are health conscious. Papdi No Lot is prepared with rice flour, coriander, cumin seeds and green chilies.
This is another love for Gujaratis. A dessert commonly found at the time of Diwali.
Have any good news to share, bring Mohanthal before announcing it.
Locho is a form of steamed Farsan made from gram flour. For all chat lover out there, go and eat some locho on streets of Surat.
Teatime? Try these crispy and delicious kachoris of gram flour and semolina. The filling is prepared with pigeon peas, coriander, spices and green chilies. Make your tea time better and more delicious with these Lilva kachoris.
You can get steamed or fried Ghughra. This is a dessert that was made for some special occasions.
Methi Na Gota
These pakoras of fenugreek and gram flour are lip-smacking. They are very popular in Dakor.
These snacks are best for chai-naasto scenes. One of the yummiest snacks.
This is one of the comfort dishes for Gujarati people. There are many different variations in this but the most common one is cooked with rice, vegetables and lentils.
Gujarati planning for a foreign trip or a picnic? The first thing to be packed will be Khakra. Enjoy Khakra with chai and pickles.
The combination of dry peas and garlic paste is one of the famous street food of Gujarat. Extra spicy yet delicious.
A dessert made from condensed milk, saffron and nuts. This is simply awesome and one of the best desserts you can have.
Rotlo with jaggery or hot ghee? Believe me, you don’t want anything else. Simply delicious.
I am sure you must have eaten Kadhi thousands of times in your life, but Gujarati Kadhi is one of the dishes you should taste for sure.
A dish made from sev and khaman. Do you love street food and don’t know what is Sev Khamani? If yes, then don’t call yourself a street food lover.
One of the sweet and spicy food for every Gujarati.
Sev Tameta Nu Shaak
Are you in hurry and need something easy and quick to make? Make this sweet and sour curry with onion, tomato, sev and spices.
A dish made from some weird vegetables. Maybe it can sound weird but tastes delicious.
Like momos, you can find methi muthia in two forms, steamed and fried. Try this dish and you can thank me later.
This dish is prepared using gram flour and Colcocasia leaves. You can get this by the name Alu Vadi or Patra.
Another Gujarati dish which is very common among all over the world. This is a roll of gram flour which satisfy your taste buds.
Fried bread of Bajre ka Atta. Wow, I mean delicious.
Share this post with the Gujarati you have ever met in your life. Also, comment below if you know any other Gujarati dish.