Khandvi Rolls

by 11:45 PM 11 comments
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A famous Gujrati dish which seems very difficult to make but actually making it is a real fun.Your children can also join you.It will be a total fun activity. Kids will really like it since it is less spicy, less oily, a bit sweet, healthy and fast to cook which satisfies your hunger without making you wait for longer. Moreover it requires few ingredients which are easily available. 

I am not fan of Gujrati food, because they have sweetness in every dish along with salt, which does not suit my taste buds, but once I gave a try I started liking Dhokla and Khandvi. They are actually tasty, healthy and very light to digest. We should give some change to our taste buds once in a while. And this is perfect recipe to soothe your tongue.


For Batter
1 cup - Gram Flour(besan)
3/4 cup - Curd
2 cup - Water
1/2 tsp - Lemon Juice
2 tsp - Ginger + Green chilly paste
1/4 tsp - Turmeric Powder
1/4 tsp - Asafoetida

For tempting
1 tsp - Oil
1/4 tsp - Mustard Seeds
1/4 tsp - White Sesame Seeds
2 - Slitted Green Chillies
4-5 - Curry Leaves

For Filling
2 tbsp - Grated Coconut
2 tbsp - Finely Chopped Corriander

  • Take a big bowl to prepare the batter for the Khandvi rolls.
  • Add yogurt + lemon juice + ginger chilly paste + salt + asafoetida + turmeric powder.
  • Now take a hand blender and give it a quick stir by adding slowly water to it.
  • Mix gram flour to the batter by adding in small quantity, so that no lumps are formed. The batter should be very runny, smooth and silky.
  • Take a pan, add the whole batter to it and keep the flame at lowest.
  • Meanwhile it cooks, take a plate or steel lid or chopping board or tray or baking tray anything on which you can spread the batter evenly to roll it. Spray some oil on it.
  • Keep stirring the batter till it thickens, it will take approx 10-15 min on low flame. Don't allow the batter to stick to the pan.
  • To test whether the batter is cooked or not, spread a teaspoon of batter on greased plate, let it cool and try to roll it. If it is not then cook it for some more time.
  • When it starts to roll, switch off the flame and spread the batter on greased plate in a very thin layer.
  • Let it cool properly, meanwhile spread the coconut + coriander on it.
  • Now make sections according to your preference on the batter. Try to fold them with gentle hands. Put all the khandvis in a plate.
  • Take another small pan, for tempting. Add oil + sesame seeds + curry leaves + mustard seeds + green chillies. Let the seeds crackle and switch off the flame.
  • Pour the tempting over the rolls and your delicious Khandvi is ready to be served.

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Sue Loncaric said...

These just look delicious and I bet they taste great. It would be hard to stop at one! Thanks for sharing with us at #anythinggoes link up and see you next week.

Rocket Looks said...

Yes indeed Sue, they are very tasty and healthy.

Coolmoms Cooltips said...

I have to try making these with the kids! Thanks for linking up at the #BestoftheBlogosphere

Kate Fever said...

These look delicious! Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested

Rocket Looks said...

Yes give it a try @coolmoms, and share your experience.
Thanks Kate :-)

Kimberly Lewis said...

This looks so amazing! I’m drooling right now! Pinned and tweeted. Thanks for stopping by and partying with us! I hope to see you on Monday at 7 pm, so we can pin and tweet your masterpieces! Lou Lou Girls

Helen Fern said...

Looks interesting! I'll have to give this a try. Thanks for sharing on the Lazy Gastronome's What's for Dinner Sunday

Made In a Day said...

I have never tried this dish, sound interesting though! We are so excited that you linked up to Merry Monday this week! Sharing your post today on our MM Pinterest Board~ Come back next Monday for another great party share! Have a great week!

Lela Burris said...

Sounds great! Thanks for sharing at Inspiration Thursday!

Miz Helen said...

This looks fantastic, we will love it! Hope you are having a great day and thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
Come Back Soon!
Miz Helen

Rocket Looks said...

Thanku so much Kimberly Lewis for pinning my post. Would love to share next post soon.
Thanku Helen, give it a try and don't forget to share your experience.
Thanks Kim for pinning my post. Give it a try it's a wonderful dish.
Thanku Lela and Miz Helen for stopping by.