Loved across Africa, Gari (often spelled Garri) is an incredibly versatile ground food that is both eaten as a snack and used in many traditional dishes. Made from ground, sieved and fried cassava tubers, some of the most popular gari-based dishes include Eba: a stiff dough that is eaten with soups, Kokoro: a sweet, deep-fried snack, and Gari Foto: a filling rice-like dish. White Gari has a coarse grain.
Gujarati Kachori stuffed with Pigeon Peas (Toovar Lilva) and Green Peas (Matar). This seasonal Lilva Kachori is savoury as well as spicy with the right pinch of sweetness and tanginess. It won't stop you from asking for another one Eat it with Tomato Ketchup or Green Chutney, and yes it tastes good even without anything.
Palak Chakri are very nutritious and very appetizing sweet treats that are made from spinach and other ingredients. Palak Chakri have excellent crunchiness and soft inside that are perfect along with coffees, teas and many others. Palak Chakri are best for the family, offices and many others.