Red chilli chutney recipe made using red chilli peppers known as Reshampatti mirchi in local languages. Awesome accompaniment to replace ketchup.
Tag: Gujarati recipes
This Gujarati style raw papaya sambharo or papaya salad is a very good accompaniment with sabzi-roti as well as Gujarati snack known as fafda.
Gujarati recipe of rajgira bhakri made with amaranth flour, which can be had during vrat or upvas days.
Muthia or dudhi muthia are steamed dumplings. A popular Gujarati snack. This muthia recipe is made using bottle gourd, and besan, suji and wheat flour.
I ate sev tomato curry—or “sev tameta nu shaak” as Gujaratis call it—for the first time after I married my Gujju husband, Kalpesh. Like most Gujarati dishes I loved this sabzi. This sabzi is such a great option if you are out of vegetables but have tomatoes stocked up, or when guests are coming over and you […]
Devansh’s preschool provides snacks so I don’t have to send a lunch box with him. Thrice a week, they provide hot snacks like poha, idli-chutney, thepla etc., and twice a week they provide dry snacks like masala puris and biscuits. On the biscuits days, I send a lunch box with Devansh as I don’t want […]
“Ragi is a rich source of calcium, good for development of children’s bones. Try this recipe of kid-friendly ragi khichu for your li’l ones.” Finger millet, that is nachni or ragi as we call it, provides us several health benefits. Ragi is a rich source of calcium which is good for development of children’s bones. […]