Poha Namkeen is tasty for sure and can also be easily prepared at home. Make Poha Chivda Namkeen and store, you can eat it anytime with tea or give it to your kids if they are a little hungry, they will surely love it.
Fried Poha Namkeen is made in two ways:
1. You can deep fry the Namkeen: if you want to make Namkeen by frying Poha then it is better touse fat grains of Poha.
2. You can also shallow fry Poha and prepare the Namkeen, you should use thin grains of Poha for this.
Spinach dhokla is really scrumptious and nutritious among other dhoklas. Spinach dhokla can be served in morning breakfast and during supper or whenever you feel like eating something light and healthy.
Poha Chivda Namkeen is obviously tasty but Sweet Sour Mixed Chivda has much more range in taste. Even those who don't prefer spicy will like it a lot. Small kids eat Khatta Mitha Mix Chivda with much delight.
Traditionally, Surti Undhiyu is cooked in an earthern pot. The spices are prepared and stuffed into some vegetables while some vegetables are cut and mixed with spices then placed on a banana leaf in the pot making it a small bag or the vegetables are wrapped with leaves and kept in a pot. Mango leaves is placed on the vegetables and the mouth of the pot is sealed with dough. The ground is dug to make a hole in which a fire is made then the pot filled with vegetables is turned upside down over it. 'Undhiyu', the word means inverted. The vegetables inside the pot are allowed to cook for 1-2 hours on a low flame. Once cooked the vegetables are removed from the pot and served hot.
Undhiyu is served with chutney mixed with sev. Undhiyu can also be eaten alongwith chapati, paranthas or puri. These days, Undhiyu is cooked on the gas using a utensil with a thick base. Let us now start the preparation of Undhiyu.
Lasora ka Achaar/Gunda Pickle is made in two ways, one with spices and the other without any spices. The former is liked by elders while kids love the latter i.e without any spices. Everyone at my house are big fans of Gunda Pickle.
Lauki nu Muthia absorbs less oil and is made with steam. It is an nutritious and a tasty recipe of Gujarat. You can serve it in the morning as well as in the evening as a snack. Lets prepare Lauki nu Muthia today.
Gujarati khandvi, relished by all can be prepared more easily and instantly in a microwave because there is no need to stir the batter constantly in microwave and no lumps are formed while cooking the batter.