Kulfi is a prevalent solid dairy sweet from the Indian Province. It is often called as “traditional Indian ice cream”. It approaches in various essences like cream (malai), rose, mango, elaichi, kesar and pista. Ahmedabad is famous for its “Matka Kulfi”.
Sev Khamani is prevalent Gujarati Canapés from Ahmedabad area. Sev Khamani is conventionally prepared from Dhokla or Khaman. Flavour adds classic tastes in Sev Khamani. This gram lentils canapé is spicy, sugary and piquant. Normally, Sev Khamni is quick breakfast recipe which is consumed by people in morning breakfast.
3. Khaman Dhokla
Khaman Dhokla is a spicy steamed cake made from gram flour. It is spongy and fluffy, with a piquant-sugary taste which is lite on the tummy and a great healthy veg snack. It tastes best with mint 0r green coriander chutney. This snack can be found on every other food stall in Ahmedabad.
4. Kettle Chai
Served in small cups or glass cups known as, this works as a beverage. This is the most consumed beverage in India. People enjoy this drink in groups. These are available in form of “Cutting Chai”, “Chai pe Charcha”; Elaichi flavoured Masala Milk tea is found all over the streets of Ahmedabad.
5. Ragada Pattice
Ragda pattice is a prevalent fast food which formulates part of the street food of Maharashtra and Gujarat. It is thought to be a deviation of the standard aloo tikki prevalent in North Indian cuisine. It is also a key item on carte du jour of food stalls along city at busy places.
6. Batata Poha
Made up of flattened rice, Batata Poha is best enjoyed in morning breakfast. It is a widespread dish of Gujarati cuisine that can be enjoyed at any time. Usually topped with onions, sev and pomegranate, this snack tastes best when a flavour of lemon is added. It gives a mouth-watering flavour and dissolves as soon as you have it. The best place to enjoy this is at Manek Chowk.
7. Maggi Pakora
Maggi Pakora seems the perfect snack to enjoy with the group, it combines juicy noodles with crunchy squanders, who can repel that? Thus, one can enjoy the snack at the A1 Maggi Bhajiya Centre which is near Shalby Hospital, Opp. Karnavati Club.
8. Dal Wadi
Moong dal is very delicious, nourishing and calm to digest. It is very ironic in protein and if moong dal with Whole moong dal is sprouted and the sprouts are extremely healthy, and apart from protein and minerals it develops very ironic in Vitamin C. Enjoyed with mint chutney, round-ring onions and fried chillies it tastes best.
The famous Dussehra sweet of Gujarat, Jalebi-fafda is best tasted when served with Sambhariyo(Fried raw Papaya). Jalebi is sweet with concentric circles filled with ghee and Fafda is a Namkeen which is made from Besan. Fafda is flat in shape. Gujju people go crazy over this dessert.
Khakhras are skinny crackers made from pad bean, wheat flour and oil. It is assisted usually during mealtime. Khakhras are exclusively hand-made and baked to provide a crispy and fit snack that can be enjoyed anytime of the day.
11. Baraf Gola
Baraf gola is an ice popsicle. It is a very common Indian street food. Crumpled ice sphere is saturated in different flavoured syrups. It is fast and calm to make. This is liked by one and all, especially kid’s favourite. You can find a variety of flavours from rose to kala khatta at the streets of Ahmedabad.
12. Methina Gota
Look into a furtive treasure from the old-style households of Gujarat! An exceptional recipe prepared on the occasion of Holi, methina gota is an age old recipe that comes from a small village of Gujarat called a Dakor. Even if it involves deep frying of the Methi Balls, it is a healthy snack which can be served with khajuri maliki chutney.
13. Bread Pakoda
Bread pakora is an Indian deep-fried food. It is also recognised as bread bhaji. A mutual street food, it is finished from bread slices, gram flour, and flavours among other constituents. The food is primed by plummeting triangular bread slices in hot gram flour batter and frying them with a filling of mashed potatoes. Tastes best with chutneys or ketchup.
Khandvi also known as Patuli, is a spicy snack in Gujarati cuisine. It consists of yellowish, firmly rolled bite-sized bits, and is chiefly made of gram flour and yogurt. Khandvi is freely available across India and is frequently eaten as starter. In Maharashtra, this dish is also known as Suralichi Vadi or Patuli.
15. Surati Locho
Surati Locho is steamed Gujarati Lateral Dish. It is made from Gram Flour. The dish originates its name from its loose Steadiness and an uneven figure like structure. I It is not aided in even shaped cut portions like Khaman. It is often flavoured with chutney, topped with an even lather of Sev and onion and a dash of coriander sprinkled at the top.Surti Locho is eaten all over Gujarat.
The most loved fast food of girls. The lip-smacking water bombs after which the Amdavadis go crazy. It is a crunchy ball with spicy mashed potato or chickpea curry (Ragada) dipped in tangy tamarind water or spicy mint water(Pudina). Known as Pani-puri in Ahmedabad, Gol-Guppa in Mumbai, Phuchka in Kolkata this street food is found all across the streets of Ahmedabad.
The more general form of thepla is one where excellently chopped fenugreek leaves (methi) or sesame seeds are mixed in the flour. Sometimes bottle gourd is also peeved and mixed with wheat flour. This tastes best with curd and pickles. This is the most consumed snack amongst Gujarati people. This snack remains fresh for 3-4 days after prepared without preservatives.
Handvo is a veggie cake. It is a portion of the Gujarati cuisine. It is frequently made with a bottle gourd stuffing, yet many other vegetables can be added. Occasionally crushed peanuts are also supplemented. It is also known as “Gujarati Cake”.
Also known as the “Indian Burger” vada pav is the favourite snacks of the Mumbaikars. This is a slight variant of Amdavadis, they get a Chilly in between the Vada. This mouth licking dish consists of a Patty of Vada-(Fried potato in Gram Flour), tangy chutneys and Pav, topped with onions. A mouth tangling taste of this snack can be found on any street.
20. Samosa Pav
An unmatched part of the Punjabi Cuisine. This snack is made with fine ground wheat flour(Maida) and potato stuffing which is deep fried in oil. It tastes best with tomato sauce. They are available almost everywhere with Imli chutney and mint chutney.