Gujarati Tindora Fry with Roti
Get ready to savor an authentic flavorsome Gujarati vegetarian bowl. This one-bowl wonder is filled with the goodness of Tindora (Indian Ivy Gourd) and Rotis made from wheat. The curry prepared with Tindora and the warmth of Indian spices bring a perfect blend of taste and health. Good for diabetes patients, Tindora is known to regulate the blood sugar levels and an excellent source of Vitamin C and fibers. What’s more? The meal is totally within your calorie budget, falling in the spectrum of 301-400 calories. Now it’s time to turn your kitchen into a Gujarati Dhaba!
1. 150 grams Tindora
2. 2 Wheat Rotis (25 grams each)
3. 2 teaspoons of Vegetable Oil
4. 1 teaspoon of mustard seeds
5. ½ teaspoon of Turmeric powder
6. 1 teaspoon of Red chili powder
7. Salt as per taste
1. Wash and chop tindora into small pieces.
2. In a pan, heat the oil and add mustard seeds.
3. Once the seeds start popping, add the chopped tindora. Stir well.
4. Add turmeric, chili powder, and salt as per taste.
5. Cover the pan and let it cook on a medium flame till the tindora is tender and cooked. Check occasionally it doesn’t burn.
6. In the meantime, make wheat rotis.
7. Serve the hot Tindora fry with wheat rotis.
This one-bowl meal is a perfect blend of spicy, tangy, and delicious flavors. The crispiness of tindora coupled with the softness of rotis is pleasing and comforting after a long day. A simple yet flavorful recipe, Tindora fry, and roti, can be your next quick weekday dinner or lunch. Light on the stomach and low on calories, this dish is the ideal representation of nothing soothes the soul like comfort food. So, what are you waiting for? Try this easy and quick recipe today and enjoy the Gujarati culinary magic in your own kitchen!