Gujarati Dishes

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. Lot of emphasis is laid on maintaining hygiene while cooking. Most of the Gujarati dishes are sweet, while others have a quite larger concentration of sugar as compared to salt and spices. Sometimes, jaggery is used as an alternative to sugar.

Gujarati cuisine differs from season to season depending on the availability of vegetables. People in the urban areas are starting some new eating trends. In the summer season, spices such as black pepper and its constituent spices are used in lesser quantities. People fast on a regular basis and limit their diet to milk, nuts and dried fruits. 

In the modern era, more and more youngsters have started developing taste for oily spicy food. Even, the modern chefs are coming up with fusion food concept by combining Gujrati food and Western food. Desserts, which were in the ancient times offered only on festivity or some special occasions, have now found their way in the daily meals. 


·         Basundi

·         Ghari Ghebar or Ghevar

·         Halvasan

·         Keri no ras

·         Malpua

·         Puran Poli

·         Shrikhand

·         Sutarfeni

Diwali Special Snacks

·         Cholafali

·         Ghooghra

·         Mathia

·         Soonvali

Farsan (Snacks)

·         Daal Dhokli

·         Dhokla

·         Fafda

·         Farsi Falafel

·         Ganthia

·         Hahdwoh

·         Kachori

·         Khakhra

·         Khaman

·         Khaman Dhokla

·         Khandvi

·         Khichu

·         Lilva Kachori

·         Muthia

·         Sev Khamani

Shaak and Daal: Vegetables and Curries


·         Meethi (Sweet) Kadhi

·         Sev Tameta nu Shak

·         Undhiyun


·         Bajri no rotlo

·         Bhakhri

·         Dhebara

·         Thepala