Mathari made in Gujarati Style is called Farsi Puri. It is extremely crispy and can be eaten in the breakfast or as a snack with tea in the evening.I am sure your family members will like this recipe. So lets make Farsi Puri today.
In Gujarat, Bakarwadi is prepared in 2 different ways: Bakarwadi filled with spices and Bakarwadi filled with potatoes and spices mixed together. Bakarwadi made by filling spices can be stored for a month. Whereas Aloo Bakarwadi has a shelf life of just a day. Under the crunchy layer of Bakarwadi the soft taste of spicy potatoes is just out of the world.
Besan Dhokla is very tasty to eat, very less oil is used while preparing it as it cooks in steam. If you are avoiding oily food then do try this recipe. You can also send Besan Dhokla in lunch boxes for the kids.
Dhokla is prepared in many ways, like Besan Dhokla, Rawa Dhokla, Sour Dhokla, Paneer Dhokla, Jhatpat Dhokla. We have made Rawa Dhokla and Jhatpat Dhokla earlier so today we will make Besan Dhokla.
Dhebra can be prepared either by frying in a Kadhai (like puri) or on a Tawa (like parantha). Whichever seems easier you can follow that particular method to prepare Gujarati Methi Dhebra.
Green Methi(Fenugreek leaves) and Bajra(millet) flour is available in the market during winters. If you can not find green Methi then you can replace it with Kasoori Methi. Do make this appetizing dish this winter season.
Undhiyu is prepared from different types of vegetables along with numerous spices. It is a unique and tasty dish made usually during winters.
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.
Gujarati Kadhi is thin in consistency as compared to Pakoda Kadhi. Gujarati Kadhi contains curry leaves and mustard tampering and tastes very good. So lets start making Gujarati Kadhi and serve it in the lunch today.