Mix dal Dhokla
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Author jalpaumang Yield No Value
Published Jan 7, 2008 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Others Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Dall Standing Time 1 hour

Recipe of Mix dal Dhokla

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Green Chillies 3-5 Piece
Garlic Cloves 6-8 Piece
Ginger Piece 2 inch Big
Par Boiled Rice / Idli Rice 2 Cup
Masoor Dal 1/2 Cup
Moong Dal With Chilka (green) 1/2 Cup
Moong Dal Yellow 1/2 Cup
Toor Dal 1/2 Cup
Urid Dal (washed) 1/2 Cup
Chana Dal 1/2 Cup
Salt To Taste to taste Numbers
Suger 3-4 Tea Spoons 3-4 Teaspoons
Eno / Fruit Salt 1pack Numbers

Directions

wash & soak all the dals & rice overnight or for 5-6 hrs. drain off the water n blend into a paste (consistancy of idli batter ). add the ginger, garlic & green chillies while blending. keep aside 1/4 cup of the soaked dal rice mix. (add this to the batter - the whole dals/ rice will give a very chrunchy effect while eating dhokla) keep it aside in a warm place for 4-6 hrs for fermenting. once fermentted, add suger & salt as per taste. you can steam the dhokla mix in the idli stands or if u have a steamer, place the pressure cooker containers / deep thalis in the steamers to cook dhokla. to get prefect fluffy dholka, before u put the batter to steam, in a seperate bowl, add a tea spoon of eno to the batter (batter just enough for 1 /2 thali / container). mix thoroughly. this will instantly make the batter rise. pour the batter into a greased thali / container & place it in a steamer for 15 mins on high flame. once done, u can prick a tooth pick to check if its done. allow the thali to cool else it will still be sticky. repeat the above process for the rest of the batter. once cooled cut into pieces n serve with chundo / green chutney/ sweet garlic chutney / kachcha oil !! the leftover dhoklas can be a perfect breakfast item the next day.
Posted Jan 7, 2008

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2 Comments

Jyoti Desai Apr 10, 2013
i HAVE BEEN MAKING THIS DHOKLAS FOR YEARS BUT ONLY CHANGE IS THAT i TAKE RICE ALSO ONLY 1/2 CUP INSTEAD OF 2 AND NO MOONG DAL WITH CHHILKA. THEY ALWAYS CAME OUT GREAT. aLSO YOU DO NOT NEED TO FERMENT THE BATTER, AS SOON AS YOU FINISH BLENDING THE BATTER, YOU CAN STEAM COOK THEM RIGHT AWAY AFTER ADDING OIL AND ENO FRUIT SALT WITH LEMON FLAVOUR. THIS AS INDICATED WAS MY INVENTION. YOU CAN TRY IT. i HAVE NOT YET TRIED YOUR RECIPE WITH 2 CUPS OF RICE. i AM SURE IT MUST COME OUT GREAT.

B V BHATT Mar 17, 2008
IT IS VERY MUCH EASILY DIGESTIBLE ITEM AND PEOPLE ENJOYING THIS DISH NEED NOT WORRY ABOUT INCREASE IN WEIGHT

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