15 Dishes From Gujarat You Should Try Before You Die

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    When we think of Gujarati food, we only think about the luscious Dhoklas. But, Gujarati menu has many more lip-smacking dishes that you have to try out. Listing the best dishes from that Land of the Legends which will make you droooooooool.

    1. Methi Ka Thepla

    Indian bread with a twist. Whole-wheat flour kneaded with Methi, chillies and herbs.

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    2. Khandvi

    Made from a mixture of flour and curd. Best enjoyed with chutney.

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    3. Dhokla

    The most popular Gujarati dish which you will get everywhere.

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    4. Gujarati Samosa

    Filled with peas sautéed with sugar and lime juice.

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    5. Khakhra

    Dry thin crust wheat bread made of cumin seeds, spices and Fenugreek.

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    6. Handvo

    Lentils and rice blended with sesame which makes the best savoury tea-cake.

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    7. Kadhi

    A staple dish, made with buttermilk, flour, garlic, ginger, green chillies, black pepper to make this curry.

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    8. Bharela Bhinda

    Ladyfinder stuffed with different spices and herbs to make this delectable dish.

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    9. Aam Shrikhand

    Shrikhand gets a fruity makeover with mango to make the perfect Gujarati dessert.

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    10. Matla Undhiyu

    An extension of the Undhiyu dish, stuffed with roasted ground nuts, ginger-garlic paste and spices, which is healthy and tasty.

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    11. Doodhpak

    A dessert prepared with milk, saffron and dry fruits, sure to make you lick your fingers.

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    12. Khichdi

    The good old Khichdi which every Indian must have eaten once. It is bowl of health served best with chutney or curd.

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    13. Gathiya

    A very famous snack all across  India, perfect companion of tea. Can be served with chutney.

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    14. Dal Dhokli

    Whole-wheat dumplings in pulses and lentils best served with rice.

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    15. Basundi

    It is Gujarati version of Rabdi, only better, prepared with rich creamy buttermilk with saffron and various dry fruits.

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