Paatra (Colocasia Leave’s Rolls) is very famous gujarati recipe. Paatra is made from Arbi (Colocasia) leaves. Litteral meaning of “Paatra/ Patra in gujarati is Leaves“. That’s why this recipe was named Paatra. The recipe has sweet, tangy and spicy taste. Paatra can be served all alone or it can be served as side dish in gujarati thali (dish).
Garvi Gujarat Patra Vata Roll made from patra leaves and chickpea flour are ready to slice and use as per favourite recipe. Patra is a very famous Gujrati snack made with colocasia leaves. It contains water, chick pea flour, alvi leaves, sugar, tamarind, spices, salt, corn oil, green chilli, turmeric and citric acid.
Khandavi, or chickpea flour rolls, is a popular and delicious snack. Chickpeas are an excellent source of protein and fibre, and uses minimal oil to make, making it light and health. Made with chickpea flour, yoghurt or curd, green chilli ginger and garlic paste, asafoetida powder, and grated coconut, coriander leaves, mustard seeds for tempering.
Puran Poli is a flat bread stuffed with a sweet lentil filling made from skinned split Bengal gram/ channa dal and jaggery. Puran Poli is a famous Maharashtrian and gujrati flat bread made during festivals.