Suralichi Wadi (Khandvi)

Besan/ Chickpea Flour: 1 Cup
Buttermilk: 2.5 Cups
Turmeric Powder: 1/2 tsp
Salt to Taste

For Filling:
Fresh or Thawed Grated Coconut: 1/2 Cup
Finely Chopped Cilantro: 2 tbsp
Minced Fresh Ginger: 1 tsp
Minced Green Chillies: 2 (optional)
Salt to Taste

Oil: 1 tbsp
Mustard Seeds: 2 tsp
Hing/Asafoetida: a pinch

1. Whisk buttermilk, besan, turmeric powder, salt and make a smooth paste.
2. In a bowl, mix coconut, cilantro,ginger, green chillies & salt.
3. Set out about 3-4 dinner plates or cover cutting board with aluminium foil or you can use thick plastic paper.
4. Transfer besan paste into a non-stick pan and heat on a low flame, stirring constantly so that you don't get lumps.Keep stirring until the batter becomes thick. Cook it until it is can be rolled properly once smeared on a plate.
5. When done, spread batter on plates in thin layer, using gentle circular motion. Let it cool for 5-10 minutes.
6. Then sprinkle the coconut filling evenly on the thin layer.
7. When set with the help of knife cut the thin layer into 1 inch wide strips.Then gently roll each strip into a tight roll.

8. Arrange all rolls in a serving dish.
9. Make the tempering by heating oil and spluttering mustard seeds and asafoetida in it. Pour the tempering evenly on the rolls.
10. Garnish with chopped coriander and grated coconut.
11. If you want you can squeeze some lemon juice on top.

1. Remember the propotion 1 Part Besan : 2.5 Part Buttermilk
2. Make sure buttermilk is not so thin.
3. As mixture cools fast, make wadi in small quantity at a time.
4. While cooking besan mixture stir continuously to avoid lumps.
5. If you don't want to stir continuously you can cook besan mixture in microwave.


vimmi said...

Hi trupti,

Love khandvi. But have never made it. Saw MV version of it some time back and now urs, want to try i some time.

Dhivya said...

hi trupti...never heard abt this one...looks yummy and awesome...keep rocking..thanks for the unique recipe..

Trupti said...

Hi Vimmi,
I also recently tried this recipe. Now I love this khadvi very much that make them atleast once in 15 days.

Hi Dhivya,
You are welcome. You should try this recipe. It's very delicious.

Pooja V said...

This is so gorgeous looking. I love this snack and a MUST make for me. WIll try it a soon.

Mansi Desai said...

looks good trupti:) I am a gujju and have been brought up savouring these khandvis:)

Cham said...

I tasted this recipe in birthday party without knowing the dish name.
thanks for sharing this wonderful dish :)

DEEPA said...

Awesome one ...I only tasted in india and never prepared it at home ...perfect they looks

priyah said...

hi..looks beautiful..i made this recently using a microwave..
love this snack....

Saswati said...

hi trupti ...nice recipe and beautiful snaps...thanx for dropping by.

ServesYouRight said...


Awesome posts - very very nicely done! Will keep coming back.


Trupti said...

Hello Everyone,
Thanks for visiting my blog & your lovely comments.

Anonymous said...

Hi Trupti,
I have a question.
when cooking the besan mixture in non stick pan..Should it be sauted in with light oil or just cook without oil.
If oil is needed then how much oil to use?

Trupti said...

Hello There,
As pan is already non stick you don't need oil batter will easyly come out. If you have more questions then fill free to leave a comment.

Thanks for visiting my blog and keep visiting for more recipes.

dhrttuls108 said...

Hey, Trupti. You said that the mixture can be cooked in the microwave. For how long, should the microwave be set at so that it cooks properly. I mean for how many minutes? I love khandvi, but often do not feel like bothering with the stirring.