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Love seafood? Adore pakoras (Indian fritters)? Well, then you’ve landed at the right place. This easy-peasy shrimp pakora recipe is an excellent way of satiating any and all seafood cravings while adding a touch of desi at the same time. How awesome

It’s the season of mangoes, and whether ripe or raw we love the King of Fruits in every form. One recipe that is an ode to the sheer awesomeness of this pulpy fruit is aam chunda, a popular Gujarati condiment. Made with

Handva, or Handvo as it is more lovingly called, is one of the many Gujarati snacks that can get you hooked on to traditional Gujarati farsan. The snack is a kind of savory cake made with a combination of rice,

Who doesn’t like some juicy succulent meaty kababs doused in an aromatic gravy made with a flavorsome blend of cream, butter, spice, and all things nice? Better still if the kebabs are also made from scratch! Here’s a delicious kabab

Deep frying gram flour may not sound like a tempting idea unless you do it like a Gujarati. They call it gathiya, which are essentially deep-fried strings of gram flour dough spiced with carom seeds, black pepper, and chili powder. The

Gujarat takes its food rather seriously, as is evident from their gigantic selection of farsaan (snacks). When sipping tea in Gujarat or with a Gujarati, prepare yourself for an elaborate snacking menu, which your taste buds will savor for ages.