Have you ever been invited to a Gujarati wedding? If yes, we’re already jealous and if no, we shall give you a list of reasons why you shouldn’t miss attending one.
Usually, Gujarati food is only associated with
Presenting to you some of the most popular and well-known dishes which I’m sure you shouldn’t miss!
Named after the action that is used to shape the dough, these fist-cakes make for a great breakfast or evening snack. Best relished with a dash of mint-coriander chutney or ketchup, and a cup of steaming hot tea.
The king of Gujarati dishes Undhiyu (and of course Uttarayan) is the reason why a Gujarati eagerly awaits winter. It derives its name from the Gujarati word, and meaning inverted, it is a classical Gujarati dish made in an inverted clay pot.
A common food of many in the state of Gujarat now is becoming an attraction in hotel menus of other states too.
Be it a breakfast, lunch or dinner, a Gujju would never deny the Handva offered to her. Handva, a single-layered thick bread is cooked either in pressure cookers or Handva cookers (yes, we have specially designed cookers for it here!)
It can be a perfect breakfast or snack in the evenings because the thin layers rolled up with goodness and sprinkled with few other spices is simply aromatic and makes it irresistible to indulge in this delectable snack.
I can bet on this. No Gujarati journey, long trip or a short picnic is complete without
It is a dish which is made from rice and chickpeas and often served with green chutney. The softness of this