Are you looking for Gujarati recipes? All of you know that Gujarati recipes are very well well-known in all over the world because it offers different imitation to Gujarati food lovers. Kathiawad, North Gujarat, Kachchh, plus South Gujarat are the 4 main regions of Gujarat which all carry their own manner to Gujarati food.

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1. Gujarati Panki:

  • Make a batter by mixing rice flour, crushed cumin, urad dal flour, salt, plus melted ghee, ginger chilli paste in a bowl adding water.
  • Smear oil on banana leaves and put it on pan.
  • Place 1 – 2 tbsp. of batter on a banana leaf and cover it by an extra greased banana leaf plus press it.
  • Cook from both sides until brown in color. Serve it with chutney.

2. Sweet and Sour Dal Recipe:

  • Boil tuvar dal in pressure cooker for 10 minutes and mash it well after cooling.
  • Fry mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds and cumin seeds, add green chillies, ginger, hing, red chilli and curry leaves, tomato, turmeric and cook for 2 minutes.
  • Add mashed dal into this with some jaggery and boil for 5 minutes.
  • Dish up with rice and roti.

3. Paneer Pav Bhaji Dish:

  • Boil peas, cauliflower, potato, beans plus carrot in water.
  • Mash them and keep aside.
  • In a Pan, heat oil and cook Chopped green chilli, onion, ginger garlic paste, tomatoes, chopped capsicum, garam masala, chilli powder and pav bhaji masala for 10 minutes.
  • Add vegetables, salt, and water and cook water 5 minutes.
  • Serve with greased pav and decorate with butter and coriander.

4. Potato and Cashew Nut Curry:

  • Heat oil and fry cumin seeds, chillies, ginger, curry leaves, asafetida, tomato puree and turmeric plus cashew nuts for 2 minutes.
  • Include pieces of boiled potatoes and heat for few minutes.
  • Mix mashed potatoes along with sugar, salt, black pepper, coriander and lemon for 10 minutes. Serve hot.

5. Pudina Rice or Mint Rice Dish:

  • Cook the rice and make a coarse paste of mint leaves.
  • Fry cashews, cumin seed adding green chilies, sliced onions plus chopped tomatoes along with turmeric for 5 minutes.
  • Mix mint leaves paste and sauté for 4 – 5 minutes.
  • Lastly put in the cooked rice plus salt and blend all well.

6. Tawa Pulao Recipe:

  • Sauté cumin seeds, garlic paste, ginger paste, green chillies, salt, onions, tomatoes till brown in colour.
  • Put water with capsicum, red chili powder, turmeric, plus pav bhaji masala.
  • Add boil peas as well as carrots in addition to cook for 5 minutes.
  • Then include rice adding lemon juice and serve.

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7. Khaman Dhokla:

  • Mix gram flour, green chili-ginger paste, semolina, lemon juice, 3/4 cup water, fruit salt and curd to make a smooth batter.
  • Preheat the steamer and grease the plates and pour this mix and allow it to cook for 10 minutes on low heat.
  • Inserting knife check the whether it is cooked or not.
  • Make a mix. Add sugar and water and fry asafetida plus cumin seeds and curry leaves and spread these on Dhokla then cut into squared pieces.

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8. Lasaniya Batata Recipe:

  • Cut the small potato from centre but not divide and fry them.
  • In pan fry cumin seeds, garlic and gram flour five minutes on a slow heat for 5 minutes
  • Add coriander powder, red chilli powder, salt, garam masala powder turmeric powder and cook for 1 minute.
  • Add yogurt and water and heat for few minutes, adding half coriander and fried potatoes.

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9. Bullet Banana Daal Vada:

  • Soak urad daal, mung daal, and rive overnight and in the morning lend them in a mixer and make a smooth paste.
  • Also make a mixture of chilies, banana, ginger, salt, sugar, ground cumin seeds, ground fennel seeds, ground coriander seeds, turmeric, asafoetida, lemon juice plus fresh coriander.
  • Mix both the paste into gram flour and a bit of baking soda.
  • Make a shape you like and deep fry them in oil and dish them up with chutney.

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