Gujarati Recipes explained in Gujarati, a complete database
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Gujarat Rasoi is something that is very near to the hearts of any Gujarati at any place in the world. As Gujarati people have become global in last decades, there is a great quest about perfect recipe of Gujarati dishes, especially in Gujarati language. Thanks to Unicode, it has become easier to cater content in Gujarati language online. And because of this now there are plenty of websites that delivers recipe of Gujarati Vangi. However those who are not able to search for their needed recipe using Gujarati Unicode in Google search or any other, face difficulty to get recipe of their desire online. Here on this page, we try to become link between Gujarati recipe presented in Gujarati font online, and English keyword that would take you to that recipe page of respected website. As Gujarati cuisine is becoming more and more popular day by day worldwide, we promise to try to accommodate links of Gujarati recipes presented in English language online too in future on this page. A typical Gujarati thali(dish) consists Rotli, Dal(which is sweeter than the daal catered in other regions of India), Bhaat(rice), Shaak(vegetable), Dahi(curd), kachumbhar(salad), Papad, Athanu(pickle), Chhash. Sometime Daal is replaced by kadhi. Many Gujarati homes cook Khichdi in the evening, almost daily. The food patterns of South Gujarat, central Gujarat, north Gujarat, Saurashtra, and Kutch are slightly different, but basic dish is similar, as narrated above.