Hello everyone today’s post Surti Sev Khamni is a guest post for Hina’s blog Fun Food and Frolic, which I did last month but I almost forgot about to share here with you all. Firstly, thanks to Hina for inviting me to share the guest post on her blog. Actually, we know each other as a food blogger through social media but never had the chance to meet in person or interact casually. Thanks to Instagram, our interaction grew beyond formal with appreciating each other’s work and sharing a word or two on insta story. I have always been a silent admirer of Hina’s blogging skills, she has such a wonderful blog. She is one of the few active bloggers who put their soul into each blog post, and it is evident from the photographs she clicks. So, when she extended an invite for the guest post, I could not refuse. I am delighted to share this traditional Gujarati recipe with her blog readers. Hope you all enjoy it!!
Surti Sev Khamni, it is a popular savory street food from Surat in Gujarat. I have seen at many places, Amiri Sev Khaman is served as Sev Khamani, where khaman dhoklas are crushed and served with sev on top.
Now you must be wondering, what is Amiri Sev Khaman? Actually, most of the people think, both are same but there are not. Being Gujarati, I have a chance of understanding the difference between these two dishes. Amiri Sev Khaman, is fluffy gram flour dhoklas, known as Khaman and sev is garnished on top of it. And Sev Khamani, is crushed chana dal, cooked by adding lots of ginger-garlic and green chilies, served with a topping of sev on it. This Sev Khamani Recipe comes from my aunt, living in Surat and during one of our vacations with her I learned this recipe along with many other Gujarati dishes.
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Surti Sev Khamni was last modified: April 10th, 2017 by