Gujrati Cuisine

Gujrati Cuisine

Gujarati cuisine varies directly in flavour and heat, depending on the tastes of a given different family, as well as the region of Gujarat they are from. North Gujarat, Kathiawad, Kachchh and Surti Gujarat are the four major regions factors of Gujarat that are all bring their own different style to Gujarati food. Gujarati often refer to Dal-Bhat-Rotli-Shaak as typical standard for every day. For special occasions or fertival, this basic recipe and many additional shaak, sweet dishes and farsan.

A Gujarati thalli with different recipe can easily contain a dozen or more separate dishes. Food Rules require acceptable combination of different dishes. such as, if kadhi is to be served, then a preparation of such as chutti dal, Vaal, or a cup or dal will also be included in that preparation.

The related sweet dish kadhi will likely be milk , or as  shrikhand. Gujarati cusine has special place in all of India. Gujarati cooking consists of  kachumbar, dal, rice,chapatis, papad and curd, vegetables. Gujarati food is totally nourishing  fresh and balanced. Snacks like dhokla, khandvi, sweets like basundi are famous for its taste in gujrati.

Gujrati cuisine Recipe:

Moong Dal Chakli


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