Undhiyu

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Undhiyu is literally a pot full of goodies. It is a popular Gujarati dish, which is best enjoyed during the winter season.

Description

Undhiyu is a pot full of goodies which is a popular Gujarati dish and is famous during the winter season. It is a specialty of Surat and originates from the Gujarati word ‘Undhu”, which translates to ‘upside-down’. That is because, Gujaratis, traditionally, cook this delicacy upside-down underground in earthen pots. Undhiyu consists of green tuvar dal, sweet potatoes, papadi, methi muthiya, eggplant, and many others. All these ingredients combine together to make a lip-smacking delicacy.

Additional information

chef_name

Chef Pravina L

quantity

Serves 2

preparation_time

3.5

how_to_eat

You can eat this dish with some chapatis/puri or by itself. If eating with chapatis, break a bite-sized piece with a good amount of vegetables, and enjoy the flavours burst in your mouth. It's not a spicy delicacy that has no gravy. It's supposed to be enjoyed hot at either lunch or dinner with your loved ones.

veg-nonveg

Veg