Lauki is a type of squash that is light green in color, has a mild flavor and goes by many different names — doodhi (dudhi), opo, bottle gourd, Ghiya, Calabash, to name a few. The milk in this recipe gives a comforting creaminess to the Doodhi, while the Dals give a pop of color and texture. Lauki is a great summer vegetable as it is full of vitamins with very few calories and zero fat.…"Lauki (Doodhi) Subzi"
Bottlegourd is a very unique vegetable and is liked for its very simplistic and mild flavor. It is also known by a host of other names – Lauki & Doodhi, being some of the few. Here we have dressed it up so you can serve it for a party and make it just for the family. So very healthy and you won’t believe how easy it is to make."Lauki (Bottlegourd) Koftas – Healthy Vegetarian"
Lauki (bottle gourd, dhoodhi/dudhi, ghiya) is a type of squash with light green skin and white flesh. Interestingly, as the name suggests, it is one of the first cultivated plants in the world that was grown not for food but as a container. This particular recipe, in which the Dudhi is cooked with Channa Daal, is native to the state of Gujarat, India. It is not only a medley of wonderful flavors, but it also…"Lauki with Channa Daal (Dudhi Chana) How-to Video"