Khandvi is a popular and favourite anytime snack of typical vegetarian Gujarti folks. Anyone who knows a bit about Gujarati cuisine can understand the variety of snacking items on offer.
Fabulous Gujarati Flavours
Gujarati Recipes are famous for their gorgeous aromas, feasting colours and infinite varieties of vegetarian dishes. The cuisine is influenced by their colourful culture and festivals – exotic, flavoursome and variety. The western state of India, Gujarat, is famous for its unlimited varieties of snacking items and tasty vegetarian dishes. Not too hot, not too bland, but the flavours are nicely perfected by combining the exotic spices with a hint of sweetness.
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Experience Gujarati Flavours
Who would resist the famous 'Thali' of Gujarat? With a number of flavourful items served in one jumbo plate, ‘thali’ is just the beginning of Gujarat's world of flavours. How can we miss the exciting Garba festival for its captivating colours and Dandiya Raas dances? A curry lovers heaven that must be explored for its unique tastes and vibrant culture.
Do You Know?
Interesting to know these facts...
- Gujarati community is one of the most established and populous communities in the UK. Leicester and some parts of London City are home of Gujarati communities.
- Gujarati dishes are widely available to taste here in the UK. To tickle your taste buds with nice and mild curries of Gujarat, you gotta try these recipes!
- While the ‘curry’ is called ‘Kaari’ or ‘Koora’ in South India, it is known as ‘Shaak’ or ‘Sabji’ in general in North India, particularly in Gujarat.
- Besan flour (Chickpea flour), mustard seeds, sesame seeds, yogurt, lime and sweeteners like jaggery or sugar dominates many snacks in Gujarati cuisine (e.g., Dhokla, Khandvi, Khadi, etc.)
Collection of Gujarati Curry Recipes
Want to taste distinctive vegetarian curries that have a unique sweet and tangy flavours? Gujarati recipes are what you should try! Countless varieties of colourful, delicious and unique dishes are found in this regional cuisine. Here are our latest Gujarati flavours for you to amuse you!
Bharela Bhinda literally means stuffed okra dish that is fingerlicking tasty curry, the Gujarati style. ‘Bhinda‘ in Gujarati is okra and ‘bharela‘ means filled in. Okra or ladies finger, fondly
A simple, easy and tasty potato curry for you to try! The most common carb on the plate in our Brits homes is the humble spud. Boiled, baked, fried and