Handvo is a popular Gujarati savory cake made from a batter consisting of lentils, rice, and spices. It is typically mixed with grated vegetables like bottle gourd, carrot, and fenugreek leaves for added flavor and nutrition. The batter is fermented overnight, giving it a tangy taste. The mixture is then baked or cooked on a stovetop until it turns golden brown and crispy. Handvo has a soft and spongy texture with a delightful combination of savory flavors. It is often served with a side of tangy chutney or yogurt for a complete and satisfying meal.