Weekend Special: Savor the flavors of Gujarat with these 7 street food recipes

Known as the ‘Jewel of West India’, Gujarat is known for its rich past, white sweets, vibrant festivals, and of course, culinary delights. Gujarati food is one of our favorite foods as it is refreshing, sweet and somewhat spicy. Gujarati cuisine, a paradise for vegetarians, uses common vegetables and light spices to create innovative meals that will make you lick your fingers. So far, you all have enjoyed the dawkla, faldah, taybla, and others. But the food from this region has a lot to offer! So, if you also want to get a taste of Gujarat at your home this weekend, try these amazing street food recipes:

(Also Read: Top 5 Gujarati Sweets You Can Try at Home: From Shrikhand to Mohanthal and More!)

Here are 7 Gujarati Street Food Recipes

1. Handvo

A delicious blend of rice, lentils, cilantro, curd, flour, and pumpkin pie is used to make this delight. You can serve this dish with any sauce of your choice. This recipe is easy to prepare and only takes about 30 minutes.

2. Khandvi

This delicate rolled dish is one of the most popular Gujarati snacks. It is made from chickpea flour and seasoned with curry leaves, coconut and mustard seeds. With a cup of tea, this delicious snack.


3. Dabeli

Dabeli is one of the Gujarati street dishes that are loved not only in the state but also throughout the entire nation. The best thing about dabeli is that everyone can customize the traditional dish to their taste. If you like it spicy, don’t forget to add garlic sauce!


4. Patra

Batra is another great and crunchy traditional Gujarati street food. Similar to khandvi, it is a bite-sized wrapped snack. However, patra is made from arbi ka patta. This street food is steamed and can be made in no time.

5. kneeling

Every tea shop in the state sells the famous Gujarati Farsan snack known as Gathia. Pickles or dried peppers go best with fried besan slices. It’s the perfect snack to savor on any day.

This Gujarati Jathya recipe is the chai-time best friend you are looking for!

6. Banky

Steamed rice mixture in banana leaves is the most common way to make panki. Although this may sound simple, we can assure you that the flavor of the dish will captivate you.


7. Methya

This steamed stir-fry is perfect for mid-meal cravings and is made with fenugreek leaves, besan, atta, salt, and chili powder. They are perfect for any occasion and are really delicious.

Try these delicious Gujarati snacks, and tell us which one is your favourite!

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