Jul 17, 2010


This is one simplest recipe and still one which requires some care and practice for it to come out right. Simple and delicious, it melts in mouth !

Let's collect the ingredients:

3/4 cup Gram flour ( Besan)

3/4 cup Fresh curds

1 tsp Green chili paste

1 tsp Ginger paste

1/4 tsp Turmeric Powder (haldi)

A pinch asafetida

Salt to taste

For Garnish:

Grated Coconut

Chopped Coriander

For Tempering:

1 tsp Mustard seeds

1 tsp Sesame seeds

1/2 tsp asafetida

5-6 Curry leaves

4 dry red chilies

2 tbsp Oil

Let's start rolling Khandvis:

Mix all the ingredients (except those for garnish and tempering) with 1 cup and make a smooth paste.

Heat it on a low flame, stirring constantly so that lumps do not form.

Keep stirring till batter becomes thick. It will take approx 10 mins. Taste the batter to see if the gram flour is cooked.

Grease the flat surface (flat plate or kitchen top) and spread the mixture as thinly as possible with rubber spatula while it is still hot.

Let it cool a bit. (Approx 2-3 mins)

Slit the khandvi lengthwise every 40 mm along the width. Carefully roll out each strip. (Or you can roll up the spread first and then can cut it in pieces)

For tempering, heat the oil and add the mustard seeds, sesame seeds, asafetida, curry leaves and red chilies. Stir for 30 seconds.

Pour over the khandvis and serve garnished with coriander and coconut.



u know what, that's one thing which i love the most.. sometimes it just melts into mouth.. i am not sure why its called khandvi even though there is no sugar as ingredient :)

Lizzy said...

Wow Lopa! You always make the most interesting food...things I've never even heard of! This looks so delicious!

RV said...

I have had rave reviews about this dish. It looks delicious.

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said...

my all time fav...looks lovely...we used to have this eery sunday for breakfast..sweet n tangy...childhood memories refreshed

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

I am not a gujju but I love khandavi. Great recipe and beautiful and tempting pics.

Kiran said...

Khandvi looks very delicious.Nice presentation.

Parita said...

One of my favorites Lopa! Wish i could grab few right away :)

Priti said...

Looks perfect n yum...nice clicks dear

Priya said...

Its has been a long i had them, great looking khandvis..

Nithu Bala said...

very new dish to me..looks very delicious and that is a wonderful presentation:-)

Rebel2008 said...

Looks delicious, I'm gonna try to replicate your recipe sweet heart!

Nandini said...

The khandvis are my very favorite! So cute!

Aledys Ver said...

THis really looks delicious, Lopa! Can you find all the ingredients here in NL? What is "asafetida", sorry that I ask, but I've never heard it before...

~ Lopa said...

@ Aledys,

Yes, those are basic ingredients almost every Indian has in kitchen :)

For your query, check this link...

Malar Gandhi said...

Oh man, love khandvis...sure melt in mouth. Thanks for sharing this amazing recipe.

Trupti said...

Lopa, khandvi one of my fav. looks delicious

PranisKitchen said...

very new recipe.. looks so delicious lopa

~ Lopa said...

Thanks Rajesh, Lizzy, RV, Sanyukta, Priya, Kiran, Parita, Priti, Priya, Nithu Bala, Rebel2008, Nandini, Aledys, Malar, Trupti and Prachi for your nice words here, very encouraging :o)

Yasmeen said...

lovely appetizers :D

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