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Saturday, March 11, 2017

A Simple Gujarati Thaali

 
Today's spread comes from the western state of India, Gujarat. I have a simple thaali from the region and most of the dishes are simple and quick preparations.

Dishes that are on the menu today:
A simple salad of cucumber and carrot
Kakdi nu shaak
Ringan methi nu shaak
Trevti dal
Vagareli khichdi
Kadhi
Rice
Roti 
Khaman
Sukhdi / Gud Papdi
Chaas
Mango Pickle
Sweet Chutney & Green Chutney

Kakdi nu Shaak - A simple and quick cucumber curry lightly spiced, Gujarati style.
Ringan mehi nu shaak - A flavorful curry with eggplants and fenugreek greens. The recipe for this simple preparation can be found here.
Trevti dal - A dal prepared with three different kind of pulses -  pigeon peas, split chickpeas and moong dal with light seasoning.
Vaghareli khichdi - A flavorful, spicy one pot meal with rice, dried and fresh lentils and vegetables. The recipe can be found here.
 
Gujarati kadhi - A flavorful and really tasty chickpea flour - yogurt gravy.
 
Khaman - A savory, steamed cake made with ground and fermented batter of split chick peas. The recipe can be found here. It was served with green cilantro chutney and sweet chutney.
Sukhdi / Gud papdi - A sweet prepared using with wheat flour, ghee and jaggery. The recipe can be found here.
 
The meal was rounded off with chaas - Yogurt and water churned, salted and lightly sprinkled with ground cumin.

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This goes to Blogging marathon #74, under the theme 'Thaalis/Spreads'. Check out the page to read what other marathoners are cooking.

Comments

11 comments:

Priya Suresh said...

Absolutely stunning, am drooling over that prefect slice of Khaman and sukdi. You simply rocks Suma. Lovely platter there.

vaishali sabnani said...

Excellent Thali. Beautifully made and presented. Khaman looks so well made , in fact I am loving the whole spread...super !

Srivalli said...

Such a delightful thali and no means a simple one..:)..

Sandhiya said...

OMG,you're tempting me with your thali recipes. Love all the dishes in the platter.

rajani said...

What a delicious spread Suma!

Priya Vj said...

delicious thaali.. I am a big fan of gujurathi and rajasthani thalis :-)

Archana Potdar said...

I think I hit the newer post in place of post a comment. So after drooling yet again, must say you have worked very hard kudos. Love every dish especially the sukdi.

Sarita said...

Delicious spread ! Thali looks inviting..

Chef Mireille said...

you call that a simple thali - wow what a spread!

Harini-Jaya R said...

This is by no means a simple thali. It is a feast both to the eyes and to the growling stomach :)

Usha said...

That is a delicious thali and by no means a simple one. Everything looks tasty and it must have been a feast to the family on the day you served it. When I did thali theme back in Nov, husband wanted me to serve it in a thali just like it is served in restaurants.