Thursday, December 26, 2013

Rawa Dhokla/Gujarathi Snack

                                                                 I never knew we could make dhokla with Rawa.I have only seen the yellow colour dhokla made with gram flour everywhere!!!  when i saw it another blog I tried it out immediately and it came out pretty well.One more variety of snack with rawa!!!.It is simple easy and very tasty.The ingredients and the way of making is very similar to making the normal dhokla.

You will Need
  • One cup Rawa
  • One cup Curd
  • Half cup Buttermilk
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 tbs Lemon juice
  • One tsp Eno fruit salt
  • One tbs Bengal gram flour

To Temper
  • One tbs Oil
  • One tsp Mustard seeds
  • One tsp Cumin seeds
  • One tsp Seasame seeds
  • A pinch of Asafoetida

To Garnish
  • Chopped Coriander leaves
  • Scraped Coconut
  • Half tsp Red chilli powder

How to
  • Mix curd and rawa together and keep it closed for one hour.

  • Put green chillies and ginger in small mixer and grind to a coarse paste.

  • Add gram flour,green chilli ginger paste,salt,sugar,lemon juice,eno fruit salt.Let the batter be thick like idli batter.Add buttermilk to get the right consistency.

  • Grease a flat cooker vessel with oil.Pour the dough immediately once you add the eno fruit salt.sprinkle a little chilli powder on top.

  • Steam it for 15-20 minutes.Heat a small pan crackle mustard seeds,add cumin seeds,seasame seeds,asafoetida and curry leaves.

  • Let the steamed dhokla cool,Run a knife along the dhokla to loosen it turn it upside down and remove it in a plate...Pour the tempering on the dhokla and sprinkle some grated coconut and chopped coriander leaves on top.cut in to desired shapes.

Enjoy the dhoklas with some green chutney.!


RENU said...

If u make this. I will eat full. Super like.

Chitra said...

Recently I too came to know this.looks so nice.must try once

Sayantani Mahapatra Mudi said...

I never made dhokla this way but this is so crazy easy and looks great.

jaya's recipes said...

Thank you renu,Chitra and sayantani