September 8, 2017

Khatta dhokla | Gluten Free Snacks | How to make Khatta Dhokla

Almost the same ingredients as this week's Morappam, but a small twist here and the cooking method yields a totally different snack. My love for Gujarati cuisine is yet to be documented on this blog, but I had bookmarked Kanan's recipe long ago. Early one morning my mom asked me to make something nice for the evening snack, and it was quite a surprise as she's least fussy or demanding about food. I quickly prepped for the evening snack knowing like me, she prefers steamed food too. 

So, if you are a fan of steamed food like us, read the recipe. And do check out more steamed food options below.

Undlige (Akki Thari Kadubu) - GF Rice rava steamed dumplings

More Gujarati dishes on the blog 


Lets get to today's snack 
Khatta Dhokla - Gluten Free and proteinicious snack 
Course : Breakfast / snack / light meal | Cuisine : Gujarati (Indian)
Protein source : Urad dal, Curds
Prep time : 15 mins, soaking + fermentation time : 12 hours ; serves : 3

Ingredients:
Raw rice (I used short grained rice, you may use Basmati too) - 1 cup
Urad dal - 1/4 cup
Salt - to taste
Sour curds - 5 TBSP
Baking / cooking soda - 1/4 tsp (opt.)
Oil - 1 TBSP
Green chilly paste - 1/2 tsp (I used finely minced deseeded green chillies)

Tempering:
Oil - 2 tsp
Roasted sesame seeds
Mustard seeds - 1/2 tsp

Topping:
Roasted cumin powder
Crushed black pepper
Red chilli powder 
chopped coriander leaves - 1/2 tsp (opt.)

Method:
  1. Wash and soak rice and dal for 4 hours. I soaked them in hot water in an airtight vacuum casserole to speed up the soaking. Grind to a smooth thick paste, and ferment add yoghurt ,salt and or 8 hours (I fermented for only 6 hours as it was really humid that day). 
  2. Beat well, add the soda, oil, green chilly paste, top with the spice powders, coriander leaves, mix and steam in a deep thick walled greased plate for 12-15 mins or till a fork / skewer comes clean.
  3. Cool. Splutter the mustard seeds in the oil, and add the roasted sesame seeds to it.
  4. Now pour this tempering to the cooked dhokla. Cut into required shapes and serve warm with Green Chutney. 



So far in this marathon, I have dished out:
Day 1 Beetroot Hummus
Day 2 Vegan Almond Basil Pesto

Day 3 Ram Ladoo (Gulgule)
Day 4 Cream of Peas Soup
Day 5 Morappam



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16 comments:

  1. Such a delicious and guilt free snack. totally yumm.. Perfect for evening and sure your mom would have loved this!!

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  2. I have made it once before and loved it so much. But failed to document it. You are tempting me to try it again. I think your mom had a wonderful evening snack..

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  3. Love these simple recipes that you post. Bookmarking this as well. Will try it out soon.

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  4. I am yet to make khatta dhokla and your post is tempting me too make it soon.

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  5. Have to explore more into Dhoklas. There are so many in the bookmarks folder already! Love this Khatta version too

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  7. Yet to try this Khatta Dhokla, am a great fan of Khaman dhokla and am sure this gluten free dhokla will definitely please my tastebuds.

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  8. We are great fans of Dhoklas , and I have tried many versions too , but the quest to try a new one never goes . The Edada that we make are almost the same recipe , but a different tempering which makes all the difference in the world . Love your thali of Dhoklas , I am loving it .

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  9. We too love dhoklas and your version looks out of hte world. Such an awesome spread, guilt free too!

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  10. It's been ages I made khatta dhokla. Yours looks yummy.

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  11. Simple Recipe and perfect for a evening snack. Pics look yummy. Anlet Prince ( www.Annslittleconer.com )

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  12. Kalyani you're making me feel hungry. Haven't made these in a long time. We usually make them along with aam ras and puri.

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  13. I am with you on the love for Gujarati snacks...a Bombay thing I guess. This dhokla looks very tempting....and my attempts have usually been close to disastrous. Bookmarking this to try. Fingers crossed!

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  14. I simply love this Kalyani, it has turned out so well right! I am so partial to gujju snacks..

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  15. Simple yet guilt free and filling snack.You nailed it.

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  16. guilt free snack and easy to make it...

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Kalyani

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