Jhunka is a traditional gravy recipe from North Karnataka and Maharashtrian cuisine, made with gram flour / besan. It is a creamy gravy that goes perfectly with warm Jowar roti or Bhakri.
There are two versions of jhunka. One is a gravy, which is also called Pithla in Maharashtra. The other is a soft fluffy vade which is set into small squares and is usually served with chutney. People serve it at weddings or festivals because it is quick and easy to make. It is also popular among the poorer classes as it is a cheap source of nutrition.
If you already make Jhunka at home, a quick glance at this recipe will tell you how to convert it to a healing one.
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