Gujarati Lot Vara Karela Nu Shaak (Gujarati Spiced Bitter Gourd)

Green vegetables are such an important part of the human diet and yet it is very much neglected due to taste, availability, time and lack of knowledge on how to cook with them and incorporate them into our daily lives. Karela is one of the most commonly omitted vegetables due to it’s bitter taste. Lets…

Gujarati Mung Ni Chutti Dal (Gujarati Dry Spiced Mung Dal)

Mung ni chutti dal is a simple, delicious and homely Gujarati dish that can be served in a daily Gujarati meal. In order to make this simple dish all you need is a handful of ingredients that are readily available in any Indian kitchen. This dish makes a perfect protein-rich dish without using any expensive…

Gujarati Ugarela Mung (Spiced Sprouted Moong Beans)

If there is one recipe which provides taste, nutrition and simplicity, then its spiced sprouted moong beans. As soon as I think of spiced sprouted moong beans, I am overjoyed and my mouth starts watering. This Gujarati favourite is a semi dry dish made with simple spices and can be made in minutes. The sprouted…

Gujarati Pawah Bateta (Spiced Rice Flakes with Potatoes)

This dish is probably one of the most popular and well loved across the Indian community across the world! It is well know in Gujarat and Maharashtra and while they differ only slightly in ingredients they taste absolutely delicious. Pawah Bateta is a very popular breakfast dish in both these states and is widely available…

Gujarati Dhokla (Vegan)

Once considered to be a regional delicacy, Dhokla is now a popular snack throughout India born from the hearty region of Gujarat in Western India. Dhokla is a savory snack from Gujarati, Western India and is made with split black gram, white rice and split Bengal gram in a fermented batter. Dhokla are fluffy, airy, sweet…

Gujarati Ringan Methi Nu Shaak (Gujarati Aubergine and Fenugreek Curry)

Gujarati Ringan Methi Nu Shaak (Gujarati Aubergine and Fenugreek Curry): an unusual combination of veggies but one which really get those taste buds going, even for those who despise bitter tastes. Fenugreek comes in two forms: fenugreek leaves and fenugreek seeds and these are used extensively within Indian cooking. The fenugreek seeds are small yellow…