If I had to pick one cuisine to eat for the rest of my life, it would have to be my Indian - Gujarati food 💛 Pizza bae won’t be forgotten but Gujju food will always win my heart! #the_veggienomadindia
Despite having grown up eating this, I definitely appreciate the food more now. It’s one meal that I know will ensure I don’t get hungry again in the next hour 🙈 I’ve been told that as a kid I was quite a fussy eater. For example, I’d only really stick to the shaaks (curries) that I liked. ‘Bateta nu shaak’ (potato curry) ALWAYS placed 1st🥇This part of my childhood annoys me so much because I feel like I’ve missed out on so much good food, so I always apologise to my mum these days for giving her a hard time 😂
Oh well, better late than never I guess! I’ll happily eat rotli (chappati) and ANY shaak daily. Yes, this includes kaarela too (bitter melon or bitter gourd - you either love it or hate it). Oh, and all this must be accompanied by a glass of cold milk🥛If you don’t have milk with your gujju food or think that’s a bit strange.. #YouAintARealGujjuJustSaying
anddd you’re missing out!
Here we have: Arad ni daal (split and dehusked black gram lentil soup), bajra no rotlo (type of chappati made from pearl millet), paapad (papadum), keri (mango - it’s currently mango season in India!), gor (jaggery), dungri (onion) and marchu (green chilli) 🤩
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