Recipe of dhokla in Marathi is very easy to make and I am sure all my friends and readers shall love this recipe.
हा लेख इंग्लिश मध्ये आहे पण ह्या लेखाच्या शेवटी जो विडिओ आहे तो मराठी मध्ये आहे
So let us see more about the origin of Dhokla and how it is generally made
Dhokla originated in kathiawar in Gujarat
Making of Dhokla
It is usually white it is made of rice flour. Khaman is made of chickpea flour or besan and is yellow. But Khaman is always called as dhokla in Maharashtra
Marathi Recipe Dhokla
It Is made by me with chickpea flour by adding green chillies and a dash of ginger, salt, given tempering and kept for fermenting.
It makes the dish quite fluffy and light.
The fermented variety of foods as we have seen is very low in calories firstly they retain their qualities of nutrients and secondly they are a good source of proteins as they have Besan
Along with it they also have Folic acid, Niacin, Thiamin and other B-Complex Vitamins with also Vitamin K
Dhokla Recipe is a favourite dish of the young and the old as it is having no spices. Some people add sugar to it whereas others do not
Fermented foods are easier to digest. Besides, they are steamed, so they are low in calorie.
People who watch out for their calories can very well enjoy my recipe I have added no soda so it is healthy as there are lentils so it is high on proteins
I have given a detailed step by step account of the recipe of Dhokla Recipe – Marathi
Let us see how this Marathi recipe dhokla is made
Ingredients to make Recipe of Dhokla in Marathi
- Moong dal 1 and a half cup
- Chickpeas or Chana dal 1 and a half cup
- Garlic 7 to 8 cloves
- Ginger 1 inch
- Soak chickpeas and moong dal for 3 to 4 hrs
- Add half cup curd
- After 4 hrs remove the dal in a mixer and grind
- Keep aside for 4 hrs it will be fermented
- Salt as per taste to be added
- Pinch of turmeric powder just for colour
- Sugar to be added
- Mix well
- Grease a vessel with oil
- Keep a Kadai on a gas stove with stand
- Put mixture ¾ th in the vessel as it is fermented without soda
- Close the Kadai with a lid
- Keep gas flame on high for 20 to 25 minutes
- Switch off the flame after 25 mins
- Let it cool
- Cut into pieces
For the Tadka
- In a pan heat oil
- Put mustard seeds
- Let them splutter
- Add chillies
- And curry leaves
- Remove from the gas stove
- Pour on the pieces of dhokla
- Dhokla is ready to serve
Dhokla is loved by all and in Maharashtra, it is a common snack.
It is generally consumed in the mornings or evenings along with tea and coffee.
Dhokla recipe is very easy to make and if someone plans it well in advance then it takes hardly any time.
I have shown My Recipe in the easiest of ways and I know most of You are going to try it today or tomorrow.
Hey! so what’s stopping you, try this Recipe of Dhokla in Marathi and let me know.