In almost every Gujarati recipe, you will expect something sweet, literally! Gujarati Gujarati cooking incorporates sweetness in most of its dishes. But this
doesn't mean that they will chase away those looking to taste spicy food. Gujarat's food palate ranges from exotic curries (Spicy-sweet), traditional Rotlis (Roti - Bread) to Sweets, of course. Gujarati Cuisine is almost completely vegetarian.
But this doesn't mean there are no choices in what to eat. There is so much from simple rice dishes to rich sweets. If you love Indian food, you shouldn't miss out on Gujarati cooking. So get ready to try some with our collection of Gujarati recipes.
A typical Gujarati Thali consists of Rotli (a flat breadmade from wheat flour), daal or kadhi, rice, and sabzi/shaak (a dish made up of different combinations of vegetables and spices, which may be stir fried, curry-like, or even dry boiled).
As in other parts of India, street food is very popular and is a must-do activity if you visit Gujarat. Women in Gujarat take great pride in sharing and preparing food and it is not common to see a huge family sharing a meal.
Find below different categories of Gujarati food recipes:
Traditional Gujarati Recipes for Pulao and other Rice dishes such as Masala Pulao, Khichadi, Sweet Pulao, Biraj, Coconut Biraj, Potato Pulao, Onion Pulao, Dhal Pulao, Badshahi Pulao, Dahi Doodh nu Pulao are featured here
The ones featured here range from the famous Kachoris to Bajias, Tikkis and other snacks.
These range from Puris, Rotlis and more traditional preparations.
Never run out of options when you are looking for something to go along with your Gujarati main-dish. Lots of tantalizing and easy-to make Gujarathi Curries and Dhals are here.
Gujarati Chutneys and Pickles
Choose from different types of Chutneys and Pickles to go with Rice or Bread such as Amla Murabba, Mango Pickle and more..
Gujrathi Raithas (Curd Salad)
Many different types of Raitas are here for you to be tried and tasted. Some popular ones here include Boondi Raita and Doodhi Raita..
Have a Sweet tooth? Then why not try these different, yet delicious sweet-treats from the land of the Kutch.