Farali khichu is a popular snack or breakfast dish from the Indian state of Gujarat, especially during fasting days or festive seasons. It is made by cooking rice flour with cumin seeds, ginger, green chili peppers, and other spices in boiling water until it thickens and forms a soft dough-like consistency. The dough is then shaped into small round balls or flattened discs and steamed until fully cooked. Farali khichu can be served hot with a drizzle of oil, grated coconut, or a sprinkle of sesame seeds. It is a simple and easy-to-make dish, perfect for those following a gluten-free or vegan diet, and makes for a healthy and delicious snack or meal.
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