Undhiyu is a traditional Gujarati mixed vegetable dish that is packed with flavors and textures. It is made with a variety of vegetables like surti papdi (green beans), eggplant, potatoes, and fenugreek dumplings called muthia, all cooked together in a blend of spices. The vegetables are slow-cooked in their own juices, resulting in a rich and aromatic curry. Undhiyu is known for its unique combination of sweet and savory flavors, thanks to the addition of jaggery and a special spice blend called undhiyu masala. It is often garnished with fresh coriander and served with hot puris, adding to the overall indulgence of the dish. Undhiyu is a popular dish during the winter season and is loved for its hearty and satisfying nature.