Thepla, unleavened Gujarati spiced flatbreads, is one of my favorite go-to Gujarati comfort foods. Typically made with fenugreek leaves, I’ll often sub with spinach when it’s hard to find or not in season, just like my mom does. Another trick I borrow from her is to roll out the dough in oil instead of flour, which gives you soft, supple thepla. Keep in mind that the amount of water needed to bring the dough together depends on the brand of flour you are using (I used Bob’s Red Mill), so add sparingly. In the end you want a stiff dough that has just enough moisture for it to come together into a ball. You can freeze the theplas for future use by parcooking them. Cook the thepla for 45 seconds on each side, then place on a wire rack to cool. Stack and wrap them in plastic or foil and place in a plastic bag and freeze. When you’re ready to make them, just heat up your pan and cook per directions. I like to serve my thepla with vaghareli dahi, or tempered yogurt. The vaghar (also known as chhonk or tadka) is simple and adds an immense amount of flavor to the yogurt. You can also enjoy thepla with chai, athanu/achar, or on their own.