I have always loved Gujarati food and after marrying my Gujju husband I got to know some Gujarati dishes which are not commonly known to non-Gujjus. Muthia being one of them. Muthia are dumplings usually made out of besan, and are either steamed or fried.
My mother-in-law makes muthia but somehow I never managed to post its recipe on the blog. I have to thank Shivani for contributing this doodhi muthia recipe which is one of my favorite Gujarati snacks.
Shivani is my husband’s classmate from school. She got in touch with me after she came to know about my blog. She lives in Muscat, Oman with her husband and her daughter, Bhumi, who is the same age as Devansh. Shivani is extremely passionate about cooking and tries new recipes all the time.
She is very active on several food groups on Facebook and posts her recipes quite regularly. She got this muthia recipe from her grandmother. Do give these doodhi muthia a try and enjoy them with hot tea. Muthias taste nice even when cold and can be given to kids in tiffin along with coriander chutney.
This post was last modified on April 9, 2019 5:20 pm
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