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Another snack inspired by the Indian state of Gujarat, this semolina bread bears close resemblance to the “handvo,” a savory hearty vegetable bar usually eaten with a cup of chai. The people of Gujarat are known for their myriad snacks, including khandvi, the delicious chickpea roll-ups, and khaman, the pillowy soft steamed bread I’m still trying to master. However, I often lean toward snacks that include vegetables like the handvo — and, from including cabbage to cauliflower to peas, I’ve tasted many versions and love them all. This bread keeps at room temperature for about 24 hours.

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