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Gujarati Food

Gujarati food is famous in all world.  The traditional Gujarati thali mostly encompasses rotli, dal or kadhi, sabzi also known as shaak and rice. People in Gujarat eat one or the other type of curry along with rice and roti in almost every meal Gujarati dishes usually have a very subtle taste that makes it truly distinct from other Indian cuisines.

Gujarati food has its unique blend of sweet and spicy flavors. Gujarati dishes are traditionally served on silver platters with both rice, breads and plethora of vegetarian dishes. Vegetarian dishes use regular curry spices but leave a sweet after-taste.

Gujarati food is highly energy efficient and thus do not cause much of fuel wastage. The staple food of Gujarat consists of homemade pickles, chhaas (buttermilk), salad etc. 

Basundi, Ghari Ghebar or Ghevar, Keri no ras, Halvasan, Malpua, Puran Poli, Shrikhand, Ganthia, Hahdwoh, Kachori, Khakhra, Khaman, Khaman Dhokla, Khandvi, Khichu, Lilva Sutarfeni, Cholafali, Ghooghra, Mathia, Soonvali, Daal Dhokli, Dhokla, Fafda, Farsi Falafel, Kachori, Muthia, Sev Khamani,  Meethi (Sweet) Kadhi, Sev Tameta nu Shak, Undhiyun, Bajri no rotlo, Bhakhri, Dhebara, Thepala


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