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Recipe# 12647
15 Jun 01

 
Dhokla Layered Cake by Foodie #18837
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1.this dish is ideal for a chat party and is very innovative.
2.the chutneys can be prepared in advanced so this saves time.
3.boondis could also be used instead of bhujias.
4.to make it look more appealing, tomato Bhujia and spinach Bhujia ( available in market )could also be used.
Recipe# 11626
28 Dec 10

 
Dhokla Upma by niche4
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Dhokla upma is best served as a evening snack and it can be prepared quickly by using left-over dhokla.
Recipe# 15164
27 Dec 03

 
Dhokla(khaman) by sumagandlur
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Dhokla Khaman) is a Gujarati snack recipe of creating steamed savory cakes from a batter comprising buttermilk, salt and gram flour. The khaman dhokla are enjoyed straight out of the steamer and with a tempering of mustard seeds and slit chillies. Sprinkle grated coconut as garnish to add taste to ....
Recipe# 39041
05 Dec 13

 
Fara by damyantiben
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Fara a traditional recipe from Varanasi is healthy as it is steamed. Fara can be made salty, sweet, plain or stuffed. This traditional Indian recipe is cooked like the traditional ravioli of Italy.
Recipe# 15650
28 Apr 04

 
Green Tandarjo Muthia and Tomato Curry by dristie
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Green tandarjo Muthia and tomato curry is a Gujarati Jain vegetable recipe with the steamed green muthias simmered in a tangy and spicy tomato curry. The methi and tandarjo are chopped and added to the Muthia dough and then relished with tomato curry and rice.
Recipe# 14943
27 Dec 03

 
Gujrati Nylon Dhokla by sumagandlur
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Gujaratis nylon dhokla is an awesome snack recipe with the besan based batter steamed and then cut into long strips before serving. An instant dhokla recipe which can be prepared within minutes and served as snack or packed lunch.
Recipe# 14058
16 Oct 02

 
Instant Dhokla By chantani 
by chantani
No reviews
Prepare Instant dhokla in minutes in a microwave and enjoy with coconut gratings a garnish.
Recipe# 15349
12 Jul 04

 
Instant Dhokla By kavitakj 
by kavitakj
No reviews
prepare the Instant dhokla instantly and serve to guests without any lengthy preparations. The gram flour or besan is mixed with buttermilk, fruit salt and spice powders and then steamed as soft and spongy dhoklas with mint chutney.
Recipe# 10452
20 Aug 02

 
Instant Dhokla By rita kumar 
by Rita Kumar
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Keep the prepared batter of besan immediately for cooking after adding eon or fruit salt to it or it will not rise so well.
Recipe# 14534
17 Nov 01

 
Instant Khaman Dhokla by devindra
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Instant khaman dhokla is a popular low cal and nutritious Gujarati snack recipe which is steamed and relished with coriander chutney. The instant dhokla batter is made by mixing together besanor gram flour with salt, sugar, citric acid and water. The batter is then steamed, cut into squares and temp ....
Recipe# 14942
15 May 02

 
Khaman Dhokla By namratacom 
by namratacom
No reviews
Enjoy the soft and tasty Khaman dhokla, a Gujarati special snack item prepared from a batter consisting of besan, beaten curd or buttermilk and salt. These dhoklas are tempered delectably and served garnished with coconut shavings as snack or tiffin.
Recipe# 14693
13 Feb 02

 
Khaman Dhokla By sonaprem 
by sonaprem
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Prepare the popular Gujarati snack, khaman dhokla with a batter comprising of besan and sour curd. The dhokla batter is steamed, cut into squares and then served tempered with mustard seeds, curry leaves and grated coconut.
Recipe# 12581
06 Jun 01

 
Makai ka Dhokla by nehapatel
No reviews
Handy tips)
1. add the eno's fruit salt just before you put the dhoklas to steam.

Recipe# 33847
09 Dec 10

 
Methi Bajra Momos by sumitpriti
No reviews
I was eating momos made of refined flour, i had an idea of making them with some other flour as maida is not good for tummy. We can use any flours of our choice. It can be relished anytime as snacks. I tried with bajra and rice flour and it turned out yummy.
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