Besan chutney gujarati recipes

Besan Cheela Recipe, How to make Besan Ka Cheela

Besan Cheela Recipe, How to make Besan Ka Cheela

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Gujarati Palak Dhokla

To make this dhokla at home, we need spinach puree which combines with besan or gram flour, rava aka semolina and yogurt

Gujarati Choraphali Recipe

it is made either with readily available choraphali flour or with a mix of besan/ gramflour or urad daal flour
Fafda ( Gujarati Cuisine )

Fafda ( Gujarati Cuisine )

Serve with spicy green chutney or fried green chillies. Fafda is a popular Gujarati street food specialty and where it is very normal to throng the street vendors to buy platefuls of hot crispy fafdas, with Jalebis
Patra ~ A Famous Gujarati Snack

Patra ~ A Famous Gujarati Snack

For Besan Paste. Serve hot with your fav chutney and tea/coffee. Patra also called patarvelliya is a very popular Gujarati snack
Sweet Cheela Recipe, How to make Sweet Besan Cheela

Sweet Cheela Recipe, How to make Sweet Besan Cheela

Serve cheelas hot along with ketchup or chutney. Usually Gujarati people like sweet taste and hence this recipe is hit among Gujjus all over world
Methi Muthiya (Gujarati Fried Dumplings)

Methi Muthiya (Gujarati Fried Dumplings)

They are almost like our pakodas except that they are loaded with methi leaves with just a little besan (chickpea flour) and atta (wholewheat flour) for binding