5 Gujarati Snacks or Farsan You Can Enjoy With a Cup of Tea

Be it the fluffy dhoklas or the tender khandvis, there's a lot of discover when it comes to Gujarati snacks. Here are 5 Gujarati snacks to make tea-time worth waiting for and that can be easily prepared at home.

This rolled-up tender snack is one of the most loved Gujarati snacks. It is made with gram flour and is tempered with coconut, mustard seeds and curry leaves. This melt-in mouth snack is an absolute delight with a cup of tea

01. Khandvi

You saw this coming didn't you? The soft and spongy delight is a hit. The good thing is that it is also healthy and so it can be a good substitute for a fried snack. Steamed dhoklas can be made at home with a besan batter or even a rice flour batter.

02. Dhokla

This traditional crunchy snack is made with gram flour, turmeric and carom seeds. It is fried crisp , looks like a thin wafer and is served with chutney. . It can be a good alternative to the regular potato chips.

03. Fafda

Khakda or khakhda is a thin pappad-like snack. It is a staple in every Farsan preparation. You can make the traditional delicacy at home and serve it hot and crisp.

04. Methi Khakhra

Ganthia is a popular Gujarati Farsan snack which can be spotted at every tea stall across the state. These fried besan strips taste best when paired up with dried chilli or pickle.

05. Ganthia