Gujarati INDIAN Snack Tour + Bargaining at Law Garde...Davidsbeenhere
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Our extremely busy first day in Ahmedabad continued as Sam, our new friend Rutu, and I went on an incredible Gujarati snack tour and visited an amazing local market! Come along with us as we continue our exploration of Ahmedabad!
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Our evening started with biscuit pizza (80 rupees each) in the Ambawadi area of the city, which is made with thick, refined flour dough, and is topped with masala, tomatoes, onions, and cheese, and is baked until it is crunchy like an Indian or British biscuit. We got two different kinds: Indian-Italian, and cheese baked. The Indian-Italian was like a pizza with a hard, biscuit-like crust. It was light on spices, but still delicious, while the cheese baked biscuit pizza was savory with a nice tomato base. They were both amazing, like a deep-dish pizza on steroids!
Next, we headed over to Law Garden, which is a public garden in the city. Outside the garden is a bargain market where you can buy clothing, street food, souvenirs, and lots of other amazing items. I took it light on the food since I knew I had a lot more to eat later, but I bought a pair of beautiful Gujarati puppets to hang on my wall at home for 500 rupees.
My next stop at the market was a stall selling Chana Jor Garam, a popular street food in India that contains some sort of chips mixed with tomato, onions, masala, lemon juice, and a sauce. It was a really flavorful snack!
As we continued through the market, we saw lots of handmade items made with beautiful craftsmanship, including brightly colored embroidered clothes, statues, bedding, jewelry, and more at the dozens of stalls in the area. I bought 48 silver bangles (300 rupees) for my wife and an extremely colorful tablecloth.
After quite a bit of shopping at the market, we grabbed another snack at Induben Khakhrawala, a shop that has been open since 1955. There, we tried seven types of Khakhras, which are popular Gujarati snacks that are like thin, crispy rotis that are heated on a low flame. There were hundreds of different flavors of Khakhra available here and I couldn’t wait to try some of them!
I went with the original first, which was very plain. I didn’t like it very much. I followed it with the peanut, which was bursting with peanut flavor! The Pani Puri flavor blew me away with how good it was, and the cheese one only contained a small amount of cheese, but it was distributed so well on the Khakhra that it was still full of flavor. It tasted like a cheese ball! Next was the dosa flavor, which was like a really hard, crunchy dosa, and the cream and onion was fantastic, with lots of cream and onion flavor. It was my favorite one!
The Khakhras vary in price because of the different shapes, sizes, and flavors available, but most of the ones I saw were between .60 U.S. and $2 U.S. In addition to the many types of Khakhra available, there were also tons of other delicious-looking Gujarati snacks there.
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