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Khandvi Recipe

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About the Recipe

Also known as Patuli, Khandvi is a popular Gujarati as well as Maharashtrian savoury snack recipe that has a huge fan following across the borders. It is primarily made from sour yogurt and gram flour with generous tempering of spices and chillies. A healthy and tasty snack to make at home when friends and family gets together.


coconut|For tempering:|ginger paste|gms besan|gms khatta dahi|green chilli paste|Haldi|hara dhania|heeng|Kadhi patta|Oil|Red chilli powder|salt|sarson|sasirch|water


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