Khandvi / Suralichi Vadi
Written by Jayashree
Published on December 15, 2019

Khandvi / Suralichi Vadi is a savoury snack from Maharashtrian and Gujarati cuisine. Yellowish, tight rolls of gramflour and curd , tempered with spices make a good snack anytime. They are slightly spicy and tangy in taste. It is also known as Surlicha Vadi and Patuli. It is one of the dishes that you can easily make in less than 30 minutes, tasty and ideal to serve with any course of meal.

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Any tips for making perfect khandvi?

Like any new recipe, this dish also needs practice. The key to making a perfect khandvi:

  • You need sour butter milk.
  • Take the proper measurement of ingredients.
  • Once it is done, spread it quickly on the greased plate as thin as you can.
  • Sieve the gram flour before using it.
Is there any substitute for buttermilk?

Thick curd can be used, blended and mixed with two glasses of water.

What can one do if the curd is not sour?

It is best to keep a day out prior to making. But incase, you have not kept it or planned in the last minute, lime juice may be added to the batter.

 Khandvi/ Suralichi Vadi

1 cup = 200 ml

Ingredients:
  • 1 cup gram flour
  • 1 cup sour curd
  • 2 cup water
  • 1 inch ginger
  • 2 green chilly
  • 2 tablespoon oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon mustard seeds
  • 1/4 teaspoon asafoetida
  • 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder
  • 2 tablespoon fresh grated coconut
  • 1 tablespoon chopped coriander
  • salt
Method:
  1. Sieve the gram flour.
  2. Take a plate and at the back side, grease it with a little oil. You will need it later.
  3. Whisk the curd, mix it with water.
  4. Grind green chilly and ginger together.
  5. Mix together gram flour, a little turmeric salt, salt, ginger-chilli paste and butter milk. No lumps should be formed.
  6. Put the batter in a thick pan and cook it on a low flame. Keep stirring.
  7. Once the mixture thickens and is done, put it on the greased plate and spread it as soon as possible.
  8. Make seasoning in a small pan. Take oil, add mustard seeds, as it crackles, put asafoetida and turmeric powder.
  9. Garnish with grated coconut and finely chopped coriander over it.
  10. Put seasoning over it.
  11. Slowly, roll it from one end to the other.
  12. Cut into small spirals.
  13. Khandvi is ready to serve.
Take a tip:
  • Make in small quantities, it will be easier to spread it.

Check out the video :

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Khandvi / Suralichi Vadi

Khandvi is a popular snack from Maharashtrian as well as Gujarati cuisine of India. It is a savoury, bite sized snack ideal to serve with tea.

Course appetisers, evening snacks
Cuisine Gujarati, Maharashtrian
Keyword evening snacks, gujarati dishes, khandvi, maharashtrian dishes, surlichavadi
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Author Jayashree

Ingredients

  • 1 cup gram flour
  • 1 cup sour curd
  • 2 cup water
  • 1 inch ginger
  • 2 green chilly
  • 2 tbsp oil
  • 1/2 tsp mustard seed
  • 1/4 tsp asafoetida
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric powder
  • salt

Instructions

  1. Sieve the gram flour.

  2. Take a plate and at the back side, grease it with a little oil.

  3. Whisk the curd, mix it with water. Again, whisk it.

  4. Grind green chilly and ginger together.

  5. Mix together gram flour, a little turmeric salt, salt, ginger-chilli paste and butter milk. No lumps should be formed.

  6. Put the batter in a thick pan and cook it on a low flame. Keep stirring.

  7. Once the mixture thickens and is done, put it on the greased plate and spread it as soon as possible.Make seasoning in a small pan.

  8. Take oil, add mustard seeds, as it crackles, put asafoetida and turmeric powder. Garnish with grated coconut and finely chopped coriander over it.

  9. Put seasoning over it.Slowly, roll it from one end to the other

  10. Cut into small spirals. Khandvi is ready to serve.

A few other snack recipes from blog are Vegetable and Vermicelli Cutlets, Cornflakes Bhel,

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9 Comments

  1. mayurisjikoni

    Yummy, I want some right away! My family and I love khandvi . Its such a healthy and tasty snack to indulge in without feeling guilty.

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  2. Lata Lala

    Khandvi is my all time favourite snack from Gujarati cuisine. It’s bit tricky to make but worth an effort. Yours khandvi iooks yummy.
    Wanna grab right away.

    Reply
  3. vandanahr2gmailcom

    I love khandavi. It’s such a light and tasty snack. However I never tried making it at home as always felt it will be a very challenging process. Loved the way you have shared the recipe in a simple way, will definitely try it now.

    Reply
  4. Shailender Sharma

    The way you have narrated the process of making khandvi makes it more easy to make. Yes it is bit tricky but seeing your posts encourages to give hand on it.

    Reply
  5. Malini

    I have never tried Khandvi. It’s new to me. This recipe looks great, worth trying. It’s nice to explore other cuisines. It could be a great evening snack. Thanks for sharing.

    Reply
  6. Sandhya Ramakrishnan

    5 stars
    I love Khandvi but I am so scared to make my own. I really need to try it as it so delicious and makes for a perfect evening snack. Thanks for the detailed recipe.

    Reply
  7. Lathiya

    5 stars
    Khandvi makes a great snack. You have made it awesome and it looks awesome.

    Reply
  8. Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey

    Lol, one Gujarati snack that I avoid making is Khandvi, because some other family members make best than me so I leave it to them. You’ve made so well and loving the video ūüôā

    Reply
  9. Sasmita Sahoo Samanta

    Jaya I just love Khandvi, but as the process is bit tricky so have not tried my hand till now. Thanks for the detailed recipe.

    Reply

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