Bhik Kotecha is a type of Indian cuisine that originated in the state of Gujarat, India. It consists of a variety of dishes that are typically made with spices and vegetables. The most common ingredients used in Bhik Kotecha include potatoes, tomatoes, onions, garlic, ginger, and cumin seeds. The dish is usually served with chapati or roti flatbread as well as yogurt or chutney.
History of Bhik Kotecha
The origins of this dish go back to the 17th century when Gujarati traders brought spices from Africa to India and began experimenting with different flavors and ingredients. Over time, this experimentation led to the creation of Bhik Kotecha which has become one of the most popular dishes in Gujarat today.
How To Prepare Bhik Kotecha
To prepare Bhik Kotecha you will need potatoes or any other vegetable, tomatoes, onions, garlic cloves and cumin seeds. Start by heating some oil in a pan over medium heat then add all the ingredients except for the potatoes or vegetables. Fry them until they are lightly browned then add the potatoes or other vegetables and fry until they are cooked through. Finally add some salt to taste before serving with chapati or roti along with yogurt or chutney on side.