Amboli is Neer Dosa’s Maharashtrian cousin; these rice flour crepes are very popular in Konkan region. Ghavane is another name for amboli. In Malvani cuisine, it’s served along with kalya vatanyachi (black peas) usal, chicken or fish curry. I love the spongy texture of amboli. Aai never made amboli at home but one of her friends who was from Malvan used to get this at our place sometimes along with coconut chutney. Since then I have been fascinated by this amboli, but I finally tried this amboli recipe only recently….some 5-6 months back.
I remember, I was super thrilled and pleased with myself when I first made amboli and got all these holes on the surface. Amboli can be had at lunch as an accompaniment with sabzi or curry. It can also be had for breakfast or as an evening snack with a nice pickle or chutney. It’s something even toddlers and younger kids will enjoy. So this amboli is a super versatile dish. You can serve it with red chili chutney and green chutney on Independence Day or Republic Day, to get the tricolor effect. Do let me know how you liked this ghavane / amboli recipe. I would love to hear from you. 🙂
This post was last modified on April 9, 2019 4:56 pm
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