what to eat in dadra and nagar haveli

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What to Eat in Dadra and Nagar Haveli

The food in Dadra and Nagar Haveli is very strongly influenced by neighbouring state Gujarat.
31. Ghanthia
I like gathiya or gathia/ghatia/ghatiya whatever we might call it then normal sev or ompodi. In gathiya we use lots of pepper and carom seeds unlike in sev where red chilli powder is used. Gathia can be confused with kara sev but both differ in taste and texture. Gathiya has puffy texture, light weighted and soft to bite compare to Sev (Kara Sev). It is also mild in taste and flavor which makes it quite addictive. I actually like more of lamba gathiya or its also called pata or fafda gathia but for that we need papad khar which I dont have with me.
32. Khakhra
Originating from the state of Gujarat, as part of Gujarati cuisine in India, Khakharas are thin crackers made from mat bean and wheat flour and oil. It is served usually during breakfast. khakhras are uniquely hand-made and roasted to provide a delicious, crunchy and healthy snack enjoyed with a selection of pickles and chutneys.
33. Mathia
Mathiya is is a savoury math dal flour based Gujarati Snacks. Most of Gujarati household made mathiya during Diwali or Holi festival.
34. Sev
A quick but delectable preparation of tomatoes tempered with cumin seeds and ginger, served with sev. Sev is a deep-fried, vermicelli-like snack made with gram flour. It is so common that it is found in almost all stores, right from the street vendors to the large supermarkets! all in all, this is a no-fuss recipe! note that the tomatoes can be cooked earlier, but the sev should be added just before serving so that it remains fresh and crisp.
35. Sev Mamra
Sev Mamra (mumra) is an Indian snack. It is a mixture of spicy dry ingredients such as puffed rice, savoury noodles (sev) and peanuts. It is a very light yet healthy dish.Regional variation of the snack varies by adding capsicum, onions, or pickled mangos.It is available in most parts of India, though it is known by different names in different regions.
36. Moong Daal
The use of whole green gram or moong is very common in day-to-day gujarati fare. Khatta moong is a lovely recipe that features cooked moong simmered with curds and spices. The use of curds bestows a unique, sumptuous feel to this recipe. Garlic-lovers can even add a little garlic paste to add a whole new dimension to this item.
37. Meethi Kadhi
Gujarati Kadhi is one of the best recipes of Gujarati cuisine. This authentic recipe requires knowledge of cooking with Indian spices and it gets its delicious taste from curd, besan and curry spices. Unlike other recipes, Gujarati dahi kadi uses less besan and has sweet and sour taste along with comparatively thinner consistency. Whether you serve it with steamed rice, simple rice khichdi or vegetable pulav, it is surely going to tantalize your taste buds.
38. Mixed Dal
The state of Gujarat is located on Indias northwestern coast just above Maharashtra state. The cuisine of Gujarat is primarily vegetarian in nature. Gujarati food is a delicate balance of sweet, salty and spicy flavors. Fresh seasonal vegetables served along with various dals or beans, rice and Indian flatbreads are usually part of a typical Gujarati meal.This delicious mixed dal recipe is simple, easy to prepare and absolutely delicious. It is also a rich source of protein.The pressure cooker is absolutely indispensable in the Indian kitchen. It cooks dals, beans, lentils, vegetables, rice, chicken and lamb in mere minutes (as opposed to hours). The result is a fully cooked and tender final product that is cooked by a fast and healthy method. Pressure cookers can be a little intimidating at first, but I highly recommend using one especially for Indian meals. Pressure cookers will make your life easier and are a wonderful time saver. The newer modern pressure cookers are inexpensive and much safer to use. They are also easily available in most home and kitchen appliance stores.
39. Raita
Cucumber Raita is famous Indian raita (Yogurt sauce). Cool yogurts, fresh cucumbers and spices balanced spicy Indian foods. It tastes delicious with paratha and any spicy Indian veg. Mint or cilantro with jeera adds awesome tastes. Raitas serves with biryanis, spicy rice also.
40. Chutney
I love the company of chutneys with my main dishes and always churning up some every alternate day to soothe my cravings. Coriander chutney happens to be my favorite but when it comes to preparing it, I am a bit conservative; until I eat this chutney at my Gujarati aunts place. The moment it touched my tongue, the flavors blew my mind! It has the aromatic flavors of cilantro, but there was something else which made it taste

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