Snacks and Sweets of MehsanaMehsana is a popular city in North Gujarat. Mehsana has the first water park in Asia and this city is the largest iron and steel market of India. The high-tech educational institution, Ganpat Vidhyanagar is in Mehsana. The 900 year old Sun Temple of Modhera is just 55km from Mehsana. With so many tourist attractions in Mehsana, every year it witnesses hundreds of tourists who also witness the delicious food served in the city.
Traditional Foods of Mehsana
Mehsana is known for its delicious food items. Mehsana milk is very famous and the Dudhsagar Dairy in Mehsana is the biggest milk processing unit in Asia. As a result of the availability of huge quantities of milk, Mehsana is known for variety of milk products. There are numerous shops in Mehsana that offer highly delicious sweets made of milk. The local traditional foods of Mehsana are very popular. The tourists who visit Mehsana always make it a point to taste the delicious foods that are served at the eateries in Mehsana. The Gujarati dishes at Mehsana are quite awesome. Vegetarian food is mostly available in Mehsana. The restaurants in Mehsana offer varieties of cuisines for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Gujarati Snacks and Sweets
Fast Food shops are very common in Mehsana. The visitors enjoy varieties of sweets, snack and chat served in these fast food shops. The most popular snack varieties of Mehsana are Sevam, Khakras and Khaman Dhokla. The eateries in Mehsana serve varieties of Farsan, which is a very popular Gujarati snack. The other specialty snack items of Mehsana include Gathiya, Fafda, patra, sev mamra and Lasaniya Mamra. Those who visit Mehsana ensure to taste all these highly delicious food items.
The mouth-watering varieties of snacks and fast food items that are offered by the eateries in Mehsana include dahi vada, dal vada, kachori. Potato chat, Locho, Bhajiya, Khandvi, Methi na Gota and Khandvi. Mehsana is known as the Vegan Paradise since all the snacks and fast foods are prepared 100% hygienic and the processes as well as ingredients are purely vegetarian. The various sweet dishes and traditional beverages that are served by these eateries have very high demand. The most outstanding sweets from Mehsana include jalebi, son papdi, sukhadi, peda, barfi and malpua.
Mix of Sweet, Salty and Spicy
The restaurants of Mehsana serve all the popular Gujarati snacks and fast foods and sweets. Infact one of the reasons for tourist flow is the popularity of sweets. Gujarati Thali is one of the major cuisines of Mehsana. Those who are pure vegetarians invariably order for the Gujarati thali which is famous globally. The Gujarati Thali comprises of a host of delicious items like rice, dal, roti, kadi, shaak and dessert. According to the taste of the customers the thali is made sweet, salty or spicy. These restaurants serve rice in many varieties like sweet rice, sour rice, steamed rice, khichdi, khichu, pulav and doodhpak. The varieties of vegetables include Bataka Vatana Shaak, chola shaak, dudhi shaak, Fansi shaak, Guar shaak, Methi shaak, etc. Bajri no Rotlo and Bhakri are the popular breads of Mehsana.