Thursday, September 4, 2008


By the following method dhoklas can be made very easily and very fast.
1 cup besan
1tbsp suji
1 cup curd
1 tsp eno salt/soda bicarb
2 green chillies crushed
1" ginger crushed
1 tsp salt
1 tsp rai
1tblsp oil
3 green chillies slit into two lenghthwise
1 tbl spoon chopped coriander leaves
Mix besan suji and curd.add crushed green chillies and ginger.sprinkle ino salt over the mixture and sprinkle some water over the eno salt and let the bubbles come and now mix the mixture well to get drop consistency by adding water if need be.add take a flat bottomed pan or utensil and put the mixture after oiling the bottom and sides of the pan.put some water in the cooker.keep the pan inside the cooker.close the lid of the cooker without the pressure valve.let the steam come for 10 to 15 mins.take out the pan and let it invert the pan on a plate to take out the dhoklas.cut it into diamond shaped in a karhai heat oil and add rai.after it splutters add the slit green chillies.and gar nish with chopped coriander leaves.put 1 cup water over the garnish.with a tblspoon put this garnish along with water over the cut it with sauce/meethi chutney
and bhujia put over dhoklas.they taste yummy.


A loving mom and a passionate cook said...

I love dhoklas. I will certainly try out this recipe and let you know how it goes. love, Malathi

A loving mom and a passionate cook said...

Vasanthi, after mixing the besan, suji and curd, do you immediately add the other stuff and make it or do you keep the dough for a little bit and then make it? I don't know if keeping the dough for a little bit will make a difference to the fluffiness of dhoklas?

A loving mom and a passionate cook said...

OK, now I have tried the recipe and for ENO, you CAN substitute Alka Seltzer original tablet which has a long shelf life.

Instead of ENO, I substituted ONE powdered tablet of Alka Seltzer original. Just like with ENO, you add the powder to the top of the dough, sprinkle some water on it and you will see it fizzing and working. Then you mix it in lightly (not too much) and proceed with rest of recipe. I tried this and I got fluffy dhoklas. Whenever you need ENO, you can substitute Alka Seltzer original tablet.

LOVE, Malathi