Ahmedabad is famous for its Dhokhla, Thepla, Khakhra, etc
Dalwada Lentil Fritters, a specialty of Ahmedabad is a highly nutritious, quick and easy snack. The snack is served with fried green chilies.
A Gujarati thali typically comprises of one or two steamed or fried snacks called farsans, a green vegetable, a tuber or a gourd vegetable, kathol (pulses like beans, chickpea or dry peas), one or more yogurt dishes like dahi, kadhi, raita or sweet shrikhand, rice or khichdi, daal (lentils), a variety of breads and sweets. Accompaniments include sweet, sour and spicy chutneys, pickles and a salad of chopped vegetables served raw or steamed in spices.
This fluffy, sweet-and- sour delicacy made out of besan or gram flour. This dish has many variants like Tam Tam khaman, Sada Khaman, Mariwala (pepper) Khaman and green-fry khaman, dhokla, khakhra, mathis, chakri, fafda and more!
These are made with a batter of gram flower and buttermilk or yoghurt, seasoned and cooked till thick, cut into strips and rolled tightly into bite sized snacks and then tempered with mustard seeds. It is one of the most popular Gujarati snacks.
Noodle like crispy savoury snack made from gram flour. It is used in many Indian dishes and snacks.
Made from gram flour, whole wheat flour, fresh fenugreek leaves and spices, these flat breads are healthy snacking options and one of the famous Gujarati snack.
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