Gathiya or Gathia – Recipe Video – Bhavnagri or Makhaniya – Indian namkeen snack

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34 Responses

  1. Sanjay PatelMarch 30, 2014 at 5:56 amReply

    Olk iiww

  2. parismilealwaysMarch 30, 2014 at 6:31 amReply

    Thanks Bhawna for the reply. Will be waiting for the table…… I had no
    hope to get this much early reply but frankly was Hapii to see it. thanks a
    lot :)

  3. wakeisland11March 30, 2014 at 7:04 amReply

    Hi Bhavna. Thank you for showing this video. I have tried many times to
    make Gathia at home with baking soda, but they usually come out hard. I
    will try your recipe. In this video, you mention Sanchar as Papad Kharo.
    But Sanchar as I know it is black salt. Isn’t Sanchar and Papad Kharo
    different? I have lots of Sanchar at home so can I just crush it and use it
    as Papad Kharo. The Sanchar I have looks like clear brown/purplish rocks &
    tastes like salt & smells like eggs. Thx & Happy New Year!!

  4. pacharya100March 30, 2014 at 7:33 amReply

    Hi, thanks for sharing your recipes. I will definitely try this. I was
    wondering if you can post a video of how to make gatte ki subzi, its a Jain
    subzi. I would like to make it for my mom someday.

  5. Reyhan RereMarch 30, 2014 at 8:19 amReply

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  6. neel patelMarch 30, 2014 at 9:10 amReply

    okay thanks.!

  7. Bhavna's KitchenMarch 30, 2014 at 9:58 amReply

    Enjoy!

  8. ranveer maherMarch 30, 2014 at 10:48 amReply

    aapke video dekhke humne bhi trai kiya he or bhut accha bna or khane ka bhi
    bhut mza aaya thanks u bhavna ji

  9. Muhammad Adeel AhmedMarch 30, 2014 at 11:47 amReply

    WOW I AM WONDER HOW YOU GT SO MANY THINGS WHIL LIVING IN U S A ? I AM HERE
    TOO BUT CAN NOT CALCULATE MANY THINGS..I LIKE TH WAY U USE BUT I WANT THEM
    TOO..AND HOW U SET UP UR STOVE OUT SIDE PLEASE SHARE SOMETHING

  10. sheenkay khanMarch 30, 2014 at 12:10 pmReply

    can u used this machine for making jelabu?

  11. Rajiv SadaranganeyMarch 30, 2014 at 1:07 pmReply

    If your makung ganthia for cooking as as a sabzi what do you do

  12. sunshine binitaMarch 30, 2014 at 1:29 pmReply

    hey bhavna i do have they same frying pan….. i also use it for frying
    gathiya,sev,etc….and please keep keep doing videos your videos are
    helping me a lot….!!!!!! thanks for all ur recipes….!!!!

  13. Shakirah DipotiMarch 30, 2014 at 1:53 pmReply

    Shahin that’s papar kharo

  14. wakeisland11March 30, 2014 at 1:59 pmReply

    Oh Yah, forgot to ask you, but which store did you buy the pump on your 1
    Gallon Mazola oil plastic container (which is in the back ground of your
    video — the yellow plastic bottle/container). Good idea, so the oil
    doesn’t spill. I enjoy your video very much. My mom use to make all the
    food/snacks/dinner/deserts/etc. for the family before she passed away. Now
    I miss her cooking so much. Thanks for showing the video. It is greatly
    appreciated by myself and my family.

  15. yuvraj shahMarch 30, 2014 at 2:44 pmReply

    sanchar is not papad kharo

  16. harishmehta2711March 30, 2014 at 3:08 pmReply

    Good

  17. Adriana CaraballoMarch 30, 2014 at 4:03 pmReply

    I love your videos.. can you tell me the name of the cooking tool that you
    using and where to buy…thanks

  18. Swati DattaMarch 30, 2014 at 4:39 pmReply

    Girl you are awsome.. you make everything so perfect.. I watch almost every
    video of you and these are really helpful… Thanks for gud work…Keep it
    up!!!

  19. Muhammad Adeel AhmedMarch 30, 2014 at 5:29 pmReply

    wow thats good..do u ever make rus gullas..? if yes then pls share with us
    m stil searching it in ur all webs ,n m in seattle thr is not that many
    indian thngs n one thing more..if u dont want to rply it doest mttr..that
    your cooking is simply splendid and vry healthy,i am sure u eat thm 2 bt
    how u maintain ur health ? your ever looking nice are you doing something
    for your fitness too ? i really want some guidlines from you..if you want
    thn pls share somthing with us..your doing very great job.

  20. parismilealwaysMarch 30, 2014 at 5:57 pmReply

    Hi Bhawna I follow ur recipes a lot but can u tell us d exact measurement
    like in gms or ltrs bcoz the same container may not b available with all of
    us like u say half of cup that cup may be of diff sizes ……. Hope u can
    help us with this. i find it difficult to get d exact measurements. if u
    can tell us to use 200 gms for a recipe or 1/2 ltr of milk instead of half
    cup it will b of great help for the common users who don’t know abt d exact
    measurements :) But will always use ur help :)

  21. Damen Van VlietMarch 30, 2014 at 6:41 pmReply

    I don’t see why you are so disdainful of these people. Sanitation and
    hygiene are luxuries that few can actually afford, especially in places
    where water is scarce and clean water is virtually unheard of. These people
    are working hard and doing their best with resources available to them. The
    fact that they can take negligible ingredients and turn them into minor
    masterpieces under these circumstances is something to be admired, not
    denigrated.

  22. venus johnMarch 30, 2014 at 6:48 pmReply

    yes,you are right ,most of the people in india are very poor people,who
    don’t have a lot to eat,and dogs and cats in some countries may be btter
    off than them.but the rich people in india,eat very good food,and the food
    that the Europeans and americans eat when they come to india are rich
    people’s food,very well cooked,hygienically and with the spices toned down
    to suit the European palate. the food that rich people eat in india is very
    healthy,fresh food,not preserved,and tasty…

  23. venus johnMarch 30, 2014 at 7:19 pmReply

    yes,you would fall ill if you had food from the food stall featured in the
    video..i myself would not have food from there..i cook food at home a lot.
    I think Europeans have good standards of hygiene..and poverty is one of the
    reasons why a lot of Indians do not..i know that Indians who are well off
    ,are quite hygienic at home.however,the people who aet at these foo stalls
    have a greater immunity and strong resistance to a lot of diseases than me
    and a lot of other people..

  24. venus johnMarch 30, 2014 at 7:57 pmReply

    hi nawal,i think its called pani poori. wherein one puts a filling into the
    bread called puri,which has an opening made for the stuffing. venus

  25. James Pua KeaweehuMarch 30, 2014 at 8:19 pmReply

    It doesn’t cost a penny to practice proper hygiene and sanitation. It is
    their cultural mentality that needs to be broken. It goes a long long way
    in improving public health image and India’s street food image.

  26. rohayamansor mansorMarch 30, 2014 at 9:07 pmReply

    so dirty

  27. yobotaiMarch 30, 2014 at 9:49 pmReply

    An open garbage can??? throw whatever where ever you like….

  28. iskandar rajaMarch 30, 2014 at 10:08 pmReply

    so dirty…..uweekkk!!!!!!!

  29. JingogunnerMarch 30, 2014 at 10:16 pmReply

    if I had the privilege of owning a good quality camera like this, producing
    good definition, I would learn how to use it effectively. I would learn how
    to zoom in, how to show the viewer an occasional important detail. In this
    way I would avoid producing a boring movie. I would add a few comments
    describing what is going on so the viewer who has never visited this city
    knows what the subject is doing, what things are called etc.

  30. AloosoepMarch 30, 2014 at 10:51 pmReply

    He just threw the paper on the street????? How disgusting and
    disrespectful. Use a bin man! When do they wash their hands and WHERE??

  31. AL CapinoMarch 30, 2014 at 11:16 pmReply

    He holds the money without washing after

  32. venus johnMarch 30, 2014 at 11:26 pmReply

    most of these stalls do not have licenses to operate and just get by ,by
    bribing the officials.so they don’t have water supply,to wash hands and to
    keep the place clean.they also don’t yhave money to get aluminium new
    ,clean aluminium vessels,and clean clothes etc. also,it takes a little
    extra time,to serve one customer,if one cares about hygiene.they survive by
    selling to a large number of customers,as the cost per plate is very
    small.the customers also are more concerned about the price .

  33. Love2TravelAwayMarch 30, 2014 at 11:58 pmReply

    Have you seen hows your food is handle at a fastfood place.

  34. nawal10March 31, 2014 at 12:04 amReply

    what’s that he’s putting the stuff in? looks like an empty egg shell

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