Gujarati cuisine is that of the state of Gujarat, in western India. The typical Gujarati thali consists of rotli, dal or kadhi, rice, and shaak (a dish made up of several different combinations of vegetables and spices, which may be either spicy or sweet).
Gujarati food is often loaded with oil. While it is mainly vegetarian, it lacks vegetables. “The diet of an average Gujarati is centered around wheat, as they consume rotis, parathas and khakhras on a daily basis. This adds a lot of carbohyrate to your body.
The South Indian cuisine is famous for the use of lentils and spices, green chillies, fresh coconut and dominated by native vegetables and fruits. Rice is the staple food in South India so, most of the delicacies are prepared to be eaten with rice. Surprisingly, the sandwich and masala dosa associated with health foods may not really be so.