DHOKLA (Sooji Ki/Semolina)

Getting really bored  with rain…..:-).Always feel like singing ..”Rain Rain go away …..come again another day …wanna go out and swim….not to gain  staying in  but to drain some weight”.Last Sunday was so boring it rained for 2 continuous but luckily Hubby had some indoor badminton matched so could spend time there and it was more fun as he won the semi finals….waiting for finals :-).
   Now going for matches I believe food should always be with you ….you never know how long you have to stay. The previous me would definitely depend on the available food joints there but at times now I do feel like carrying some stuffs…(at times but :-)).
Now trying to be a little more focused on vegetarian dishes.I decided to pack some sooji ka Dhokla ……Dhokla is basically a Gujarati dish .It can be made of Sooji /Semolina or Besan.It is also know as  Khummum
Sooji/Semolina 2 cups
Gramflour/ Besan 2 tbsp
Curd 1/2 cup
Cummin seeds 1 tsp
Eno Fruit Salt /eating soda 1 tsp
Sugar 1 tsp
Turmeric powder 1 tsp(if you want it yellow)
Green Chilli Ginger chopped to taste
Lemon juice 1 tsp
Oil 1 tbsp
Water 1 cup
Salt to taste.For tempering:Mustard Seeds 1 tsp
Red dry Chillies
A few Curry Leaves
Mustard  seeds 1 tsp
Oil 1 tbsp
Chopped coriander 2 tbsp
Grated Coconut 1 tbspMethod:
Mix all the ingredients(sooji,besan, curd,salt, sugar ,turmeric ,green chilli, ginger grated,cumin seeds and oil) in a container and make it into a batter.
Add water  to have a consistency of idli batter.
Leave the batter for 1/2 an hour.
Add Eno Fruit salt and lemon juice to the batter. Mix well.
Pour it in a greased dish and steam it for 10 to 15 minutes
Take it out in a separate dish and let it cool,then cut it into pieces.In a big pan, prepare tadka of mustard seeds,sesame seeds, green chillies and curry leaves.
Add the dhokla pieces in it and stir till done.
Garnish the dhokla with coriander leaves and grated cocounut.
Serve with a spicy Chutney.

2 responses to “DHOKLA (Sooji Ki/Semolina)

  1. Pingback: Dhokla | Mothers Secret Home Recipes

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