10 Types of Gujarati Traditional Breakfast

Handvo: A savory cake prepared with a mix of lentils, rice, and vegetables, providing a wholesome breakfast option.

 Sev Khamani: A delightful dish made from coarsely ground chana dal and topped with sev (crunchy chickpea noodles) and pomegranate seeds.

 Fafda: Deep-fried, crunchy snack made from gram flour, typically paired with jalebi, a sweet dessert

Dhokla: A steamed and spongy cake made from fermented rice and chickpea flour, often served with chutney

 Thepla: Spiced flatbreads made from wheat flour, fenugreek leaves, and other spices, commonly eaten with yogurt or pickles

 Khandvi: Rolled, bite-sized snacks made from gram flour and yogurt, seasoned with mustard seeds and garnished with grated coconut.

Poha: Flattened rice cooked with mustard seeds, turmeric, peas, and topped with fresh coriander and grated coconut.

Gujarati Khichdi: A comforting dish made from rice, lentils, and an assortment of vegetables, Gujarati Khichdi is a hearty breakfast option, often accompanied by yogurt or pickles.

 Muthiya: Steamed or fried dumplings made from fenugreek leaves, gram flour, and spices, Muthiya is a wholesome and delicious breakfast snack.

Khakhra: Thin, crispy crackers made from whole wheat flour, often seasoned with spices and enjoyed with yogurt or pickles.