Friday, June 27, 2008


Khandvi is Gujarati delicacy made using Gram Flour/Chickpea Powder and flavoured with tempering of pungent mustard, spicy green chillies, sweet coconut grates and aromatic coriander leaves.One of the favorite snack in my family. I learnt to make Khandvi, also called surali chya vadya in Marathi, from my neighbour, a popular Gujarati snack which is quick, easy, and also low-fat. The best part was to cut them into thin stripes and roll them without much fuss!! Whenever I make Khandvi..Yes, I did it and I feel like I am on top of the world . Here I proudly present fluffy, soft, melt in mouth and delicious Khandvi.
Gram Flour(besan)-11/4 cups
Ginger-1 one inch piece
Green Chillies_2
Yogurt- 1 cup
Salt- as per taste
Turmeric powder-1/2 tsp
Lemon Juice-1 Tbspn
Water-1/2 cup
Oil-4 tbsp
Mustard seeds-1tspn
Grated coconut-2tblsp
Chopped corrienderleaves-2tbsp.
1. Sieve the besan and keep in a bowl.Grind ginger and greenchillies, grease the reverse side of a few thalis .
2. Make buttermilk with yogurt and water.
3. Mix the besan with ginger, greenchillies, salt turmeric powder, lemonjuice and buttermilk.Take care that ther are no lumps.

4. Cookthis mixture over fire till thickens into a thick batter.stir constantly.

5. Quickly spread the mixture over the greased inverted thalis top as thinly as possiblewhile the batter is still hot.( you should do it quickly before batter gets cold and lumpy.If you have somebody to help you,that would be great.I cook alone,so such luck for me.because of one phone call I had to discard the last two spoonfuls.)
6. When cool roll the layer towards you and cut into 1” pieces.
7.Serve garnished with grated coconut and chopped coriander leaves


Unknown said...

wow..... looks delicious and mouth watering.....fantastic entry dear.... perfect click.... thxs

Deepthi Shankar said...

wlow .. khandvi looks soo delicious .. i just love khandvi ..

Jaishree Iyer said...

Thank you srikars &vegetable platter for your lovely comments...

Sum Raj said...

nice colour and wonderful dish ....luv the coconut spreading on the khandi....

Jaishree Iyer said...

Thank you suma for encouraging me with yr lovely comments.

Unknown said...

khandvi looks yummy that is my favouret one but i never made at home

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Sanctified Spaces said...

wow,this is my favourite gujrathi dish.I had no clue how to make though.Thanx for the post.Very useful indeed

Vijiskitchencreations said...

looks yummy and very delicious.