I was thinking of making dhoklas from a long time. But I did not try it. As my husband’s birthday was two days back and I wanted to surprise him by making it. He likes dhoklas very much. I made it and gave him. He enjoyed having those dhoklas.
|Gram flour/ Kadala mavu||– 1 cup|
|Curd||– ½ cup|
|Water||– ½ cup|
|Green chillies||– 2|
|Ginger||– 1 inch piece|
|Sugar||– 1 tsp.|
|Lemon juice||– 1 tsp.|
|Eno fruit salt||– 1 & ½ tsp.|
|Salt||– as needed or 1 tsp.|
|Turmeric powder||– ¼ tsp.|
|Coriander leaves||– 2 tbsp.|
|Coconut grated||– 3 tbsp.|
|Oil||– 1 tsp.|
|Mustard||– 1 tsp.|
- Grind ginger and green chilli with little water. Use from the same measurement of water given.
- Take gram flour in a bowl and add the ground ginger green chilli, water, curd, lemon juice, turmeric, sugar and salt to it and mix well.
- Take the cooker container grease it with oil.
- Add the eno fruit salt to the flour mixture, at the time of steaming and mix well.
- Pour this mixture in the container and steam for 12 to 14 minutes in low flame.
- Insert a spoon to check if it is done. It should come out clean and not sticky.
- Keep for 5 minutes to cool down and then cut into desired shape.
- Heat oil and add mustard seeds.
- If you want, you can cut 1 green chilly into fine pieces and fry little and spread over the pieces.
- When it splutters, spread it over the cut pieces.
- Garnish with coriander leaves and grated coconut.