These thepla recipes are exactly what you need to pack on your next train journey

From modern versions with flax seeds to veggie-loaded ones, our list has all kinds of thepla

These thepla recipes are exactly what you need to pack on your next train journey

We believe that the very essence of travelling—whether it's a train journey or a road trip or flying to an exotic location—is snacking. And before anything else is packed, there is one thing that's already planned: of course, we mean foil-wrapped theplas. Personally, we don't think we've been on any trip that didn't have a thepla being passed around and savoured, rolled with ketchup or achaar. Naturally, this Gujarati staple is a nostalgic favourite and so, we have compiled brilliant thepla recipes for you to bookmark and try at home.

Methi thepla

A classic always prevails, irrespective of makeovers and fusions.. Methi thepla can do things that a gourmet platter can't and make your soul happy. Check out the effortless but highly rewarding recipe right here.

Lauki ka thepla

So most of us scrunch up our noses and make a weird face at the very mention of lauki. But what if we told you that you can turn them into yummy theplas? Try this recipe to make your lauki-eating experience a delicious one.

Flaxseed thepla

They say it's great to consume flax seeds once a day for a healthy gut. And this recipe gives you the chance to consume in the form of theplas. Go on and try this easy recipe.

Pyaaz thepla

Pack in the crunch and taste of onions into a ready-to-binge on thepla with this recipe.

Chilli garlic thepla

Health-conscious but also love devouring theplas? Try this Keto version that packs in a punch with chilli and garlic.

Methi and masoor thepla

Why eat dal roti separately when the goodness of both can be wrapped into a thepla? Try our easy-peasy recipe.

Veggie thepla

Up your brekkie game with this loaded thepla that comes as the perfect opportunity to sneak in some veggies, head first, for your most important meal of the day.

We'd say this list is pretty comprehensive and can sort you for a whole week. Ain't we right?

Aayushi Vichare

Aayushi Vichare

Aayushi is that friend who won’t let you take a bite without capturing it. For her, the easiest but still thoughtful way of making someone feel special is by cooking or getting them their favourite food. Currently, she’s on an expedition to integrate all her favourites: food, social media and marketing, so that you don't miss the hottest spot in town and you know where to eat those crispy and juicy chicken wings.

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