10 Type of Khandvi Varieties

Beetroot Khandvi: Infused with the earthy sweetness of beetroot, resulting in a visually appealing and health-conscious option.

 Paneer Khandvi Rolls: Integrating the richness of paneer (Indian cottage cheese), these rolls offer a delightful combination of textures, with the softness of Khandvi and the creamy goodness of paneer.

Chocolate Khandvi: A sweet variation of the classic, Chocolate Khandvi involves drizzling the rolls with a luscious chocolate sauce, turning them into a delectable dessert.

 Tomato Basil Khandvi: Bringing an Italian touch to the traditional recipe, this variation includes a savory blend of tomatoes and basil, creating a fusion of flavors that's both innovative and delicious.

Spinach Khandvi: For a healthy spin, spinach is incorporated into the batter, enhancing both the nutritional value and the vibrant green color of the rolls

Suji khandvi is prepared using a specific technique where a smooth batter is cooked, rolled, and then cut into bite-sized pieces.

Schezwan Khandvi: Infused with a spicy twist, Schezwan Khandvi combines the traditional rolls with a zesty Schezwan sauce, elevating the flavor profile and adding a kick to the taste.

Cheese Khandvi: A fusion delight featuring a generous layer of melted cheese, adding a creamy and indulgent touch

 Coconut Khandvi: Grated coconut sprinkled over the rolls, offering a delightful texture contrast and a hint of sweetness.

Traditional Khandvi: Delicate rolls made from gram flour and yogurt, steamed and seasoned with mustard seeds and curry leaves.