Jan 16, 2011


This month's Indian Cookin Challenge is KHANDVI a delicious Gujarati snack.I never made Khandvi before and never tasted also. when Sri Valli choosed Khandvi for this month's challenge I am very happy to try this one. I tried it for few times still I am not happy with this ,It dosen't came out perfect.But hubby dear likes it very much, I have to try this for one more time let's see.Thank you so much valli for choosing this delicious snack and thanks Lata for the recipe,I have choosed Lata's recipe..


Gram flour (besan) -- 1/3 cup
Sour curd -- 1/3 cup
Water -- 1 cup
Sugar -- 1 tea sp
Ginger garlic paste -- 1 tea sp
Green chilli paste -- 1/2 tea sp
Turmeric powder -- 1/4 tea sp
Asafoetida powder -- 1/4 tea sp
Salt -- 1/4 tea sp or according to your taste
Oil ---- 3 tab sp
Oil -- 1 tea sp
Mustard seeds -- 1/2 tea sp
Sesame seeds -- 1 tab sp
Grated coconut -- 2 tab sp
Chopped coriander leaves -- 2 tab sp



1. Greas a flat plate with little oil and keep a side.
2.Take gram flour,salt,ginger garlic paste,green chilli paste,curd, water in to a bowl and mix well to make a thin batter(make sure that no lumps in the batter)
3. Now add sugar, Asafoetida, turmeric powder to the batter and mix well.
4.Heat 3 tab sp oil in a thick bottomed pan and pour the batter,stir continously in a medium heat till it turns in to a semi liquid.
5. Now transfer this cooked flour to the greased plate and spread the batter in to a thin layer and leave it to cool.


6. Once it is cool cut in to strips with a knife, roll this strips in to spirals.
7.Heat 1 tea sp oil in a pan add mustard and sesame seeds let them popup then pour over this seasoning on rolled khandvi
8. Sprinkle grated coconut and chopped coriander leaves and serve.


simply.food said...

Khandvis have come out really weel.Perfectly rolled and beautifullly garnished.

Priya said...

Khandvi looks sooo delicious and prefect..

Cham said...

I have made once in MWand like it! That is great challenge! Happy Shakkranti!

Usha said...

Beautiful khandvi!


Sayantani said...

khandvi came out perfect. looks so soft.

Sayantani said...

Thanks for your comment in my post Rekha.
the gokul pithe batter should be very thick so that it give the stuffing a thick covering. the batter would be like the idli batter, thick yet pourable. hope this helps.

Hamaree Rasoi said...

I have tasted these only at stores....Your's have turned out so well.....

Hamaree Rasoi

Gayathri Anand said...

Thanks for dropping by in our recp. blog...Khandvi looks tempting...

LG said...

yummmm...I am craving for them now.


They have come out so nice,I too have long time wish to try this out,looks very tempting to try :)

Now Serving said...

That is a good-looking khandvi! always loved them and dhoklas! First time on your blog - nice going!

Apu said...

beautiful!! my favourite!!