Handvo is a savory Gujarati snack or meal that is made from a fermented batter of rice, lentils, and vegetables. It is typically cooked in a pan or a special handvo cooker. The batter is prepared by grinding rice and lentils together and fermenting it overnight with yogurt. Vegetables like grated bottle gourd, carrots, and peas are added to the batter for extra flavor and nutrition. The fermented batter is then seasoned with spices like turmeric, cumin, and mustard seeds before being poured into the pan and cooked until golden and crispy on the outside. Handvo is enjoyed with chutney or yogurt and is a delicious and wholesome dish packed with protein and fiber.