Undhiyu is a popular Gujarati dish originating from Western India. It is a mixed vegetable curry made with a variety of seasonal vegetables like eggplant, potatoes, surti papdi (a type of green beans), and fenugreek dumplings called muthiyas. The vegetables are cooked with a blend of aromatic spices, such as coriander, cumin, turmeric, and chili powder. Undhiyu is known for its rich flavors and is often served with puris (deep-fried bread) and a tangy chutney. It is a delightful and wholesome dish that showcases the vibrant flavors of Gujarati cuisine.