UndhiyuÂ is aÂ GujaratiÂ mixed vegetable dish that is a regional specialty ofÂ Surat,Â India. The name of this dish comes from the Gujarati words "matlu" meaning earthen pot and "undhu" meaning upside down since they have been traditionally cooked upside down underground in earthen pots fired from above.
The dish is a seasonal one, comprising the vegetables that are available on the South Gujarat coastline during the winter season.Â Specially on the day of Makar Sankranti in Gujarat, the Gujaratis over there make this special dish for brunch and enjoy the kite flying in terrace with having this dish into terrace itself with family and friends!ðŸ˜‰
Here I'm representing totally oil-free Undhiyu where haven't even used a drop of oil of making! Which is also No onion, No garlic recipe!
On this Makar Sankranti, do try this oil-free Undhiyu if you haven't tried it before! Serve it with puris and enjoy your brunch!