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Khandvi Recipe in Gujarati style | How to Make Khandvi | Gujarati Khandvi

What is Khandvi?

Khandvi is prepared using gram flour (besan) and other easily available ingredients such as yogurt etc. Khandvi is rolled and thereafter tempered with sesame seeds and mustard seeds. It is garnished with lots of fresh coriander, pomegranate seeds, etc. It is a very healthy dish that can be served for breakfast/tea-time or can also be packed for tiffin. Khandvi recipe is not the easiest recipe. You cannot overcook or under-cook its mixture. So, follow this recipe properly for perfect khandvi everytime. khandvi recipe

Let’s talk about the ingredients for Khandvi recipe

Gram flour (besan): Regular gram flour is used to make khandvi. It is important to sift the gram flour before using it for the Khandvi recipe. However, it is a good practice to sift it for any recipe. Finer gram flour makes better khandvi. Do not use the thick besan to make khandvi.

Yogurt: Dahi is used to make the batter for khandvi. I have used regular yogurt. You can also use slightly sour yogurt, that flavor will be transferred in the khandvi too.

Water: Khandvi recipe is all about the correct proportion of gram flour, yogurt, and water.

Tempering: Mustard seeds (raie) and sesame seeds are used to temper khandvi. You can also add in curry leaves, green chilies, etc.

Garnish: There are a number of ways to garnish khandvi. I love to add pomegranate seeds, coriander, grated fresh coconut, etc. to garnish the khandvi.khandvi recipe

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How to serve Khandvi?

Serve khandvi with adrak wali chai for breakfast.

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