Khandvi | Gujarati Snacks Recipe

Today’s recipe is ‘Khandvi’.  It is a very popular snack recipe from Gujarat. It is one of my favourite snacks from the Gujarati cuisine. Khandvi is basically thin gram flour and yoghurt strips which are rolled and then tempered with green chillies and mustard seeds. It is also popular in Maharashtra, there it is known as Patuli and Dahivadi.

Khandvi

Khandvi

Khandvi recipe requires – besan (gram flour), yoghurt, turmeric, grated ginger, then it is tempered with mustard seeds, sesame seeds, and green chillies. You need lots of patience for khandvi, cook the batter perfectly and then spread it over a flat surface like steel or melamine plates or even granite platform tops.  When gram flour sets perfectly and cools down, cut it into thin strips, roll the strips tightly. It is a healthy snack as it requires very less amount of oil, that too for tempering.

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Serves: 5-6

Duration:  45 mins

Ingredients for khandvi

Besan1 cup
Yoghurt1 cup
Water2 cups
Saltas per taste
Turmeric powder1/4 tsp
Grated ginger1/2 tsp
For tempering-
Oil2 Tbsps
Mustard seeds/Rai1 tsp
Sesame seeds1/2 tsp
Green chillies2 (finely chopped)
Curry leaves5-6
Coriander leaves (chopped)for garnishing
Grated coconutfor garnishing

Method for Khandvi

  • In a bowl mix besan and yoghurt. Mix well, so that there are no lumps in the batter.

  • Add water, turmeric, salt and grated ginger. Mix well.

  • In a deep pan, cook batter.

  • Keep on stirring continuously for 9-10 mins or till batter start separating from the pan. This is an indication that batter is cooked now.

  • On a flat surface of your choice – steel plates or melamine tray or platform, spread batter in a thin layer.

  • Let the batter cool down for 5 mins. Cut thin strips.

  • Start rolling the strips very carefully. Keep it aside.
  • In a pan, heat oil.

  • Add mustard seeds and sesame seeds.

  • Switch off the flame and add green chillies.

  • Temper rolls.

  • Garnish khandvi with chopped coriander and grated coconut.

2 Comments

  1. I didn’t know Khandvi was that simple to make. It is healthy indeed 🙂

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