Gujarati recipe

Musmusiya

A traditional Gujarati recipe with cooked rice and multigrain flour, musmusiya are steamed nuggets, a much-loved dish in the Mehta household. It is ideal for the dry days of Ashtami and Chaturdashi when no fresh vegetables or greens are consumed. […]

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Makai Khichdi - Gujarati Snack from Great Granny Saroj Ben

Makai Khichdi, also known as Makai Chivda, is a popular dish in many Gujarati homes. Rich with spicy and sweet flavours, which is very typical of Gujarati cuisine. This vegetarian snack tastes excellent when prepared with seasonal tender corn. Recipe […]

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Lila Pulav - Family recipe shared by Great Granny Hasumati Shah

The Jains are known for their food restrictions. On certain days of the month, many observe abstinence of even vegetables and greens. This is known as ‘sukha khana’ as as opposed to ‘lila khana’ which means a meal consisting of […]

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Traditional Gujarati Meal

  I have known her as a Reiki Healer and Ashtamangal Meditator until now. I enjoy speaking with her about topics such as aura, healing and positive vibes. What makes the conversation interesting is her curiosity and open-mindedness. She is […]

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Khatta Dhokla

Talk of Gujarati food and one of the first things that comes to mind is the varieties of dhokla, a delicious snack with fermented lentil flour. Among these, the Khatta dhokla is one of the most popular variety. Most Gujarati […]

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Methi bhaji - Kela nu Shaak

Continued from the interview with Gita & Deepak Banker. Walking up to a shelf of books, Deepak pulls out an old note book. He opens each page fondly, gently moving his palm over his mother’s withered hand writing in Gujarati. […]

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Adad Paak Gujarati Mithai

In many traditional Rajasthani & Gujarati homes, a must-make delicacy during winter-time is laddoos made from crunchy, edible resin crystals combined in divine proportions with ingredients such as pepper, dry ginger & nuts, all of which have heating properties, making […]

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Gujarati Pickles

To begin with, a mention of the people in this post: – Shanta Ben, an 85-year-old lady who lives with her family in UK – Her son Mr. Nitin Mehta and his wife Pratibha Ben – Their daughters Janaki & […]

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Tarla Dalal - Pratibha Jain

  During a conversation with Tarla Dalal, whom I admire like millions do, I mentioned the idea of tribute recipes. She was delighted with the idea and sent the following recipe as a tribute to her mother, who she says […]

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