Thursday, June 14, 2007


Hi Trupti, this is for your hosting the Event -Spice in the Breakfast Items. For a WBB#12, the popular Weekend Breakfast Blogging event started by Nandita of the Saffron Trail Fame.

1-cup rice flour,
1-cup Bengal gram flour,
11\2-cup buttermilk,
2-tbsp sesame seeds,
3-4 chopped green chillies,
2-tbsp red chilli powder,
2-tbsp fruit salt/baking soda,
4-tbsp garlic and red chill powder paste,
Salt to taste.
Step 1: Mix bengal gram flour and rice flour with butter milk and keep aside for 4-5 hours.
Step 2: Add the garlic paste, baking soda, and salt to taste.

Step 3: Poured the warm water if batter is not smooth and mix well.
Step 4: Prepare the steamer and pour this batter into the dish.

Step 5: Decorate the dish with sesame seeds, red chilli powder and finely chopped green chillies.

Step 6: Put this dish into the steamer.

Step 7: Cook until- you touch the surface of the dhokla your fingers should come away clean.

Step 8: Repeat with the remaining batter.
Step 9: Allow the steamed dhokla to cool and cut into square pieces.

Step 10: Serve hot with green chutney or tomato ketchup.

For morning Breakfast................

For tempering:

3-tbsp oil,

1-tbsp mustard seeds,

1-tbsp cumin seeds,

6-8 curry leaves,

5-6 green chillies slit lengthwise.

Step 1: Cut dhokla into small pieces.Step 2: Heat the oil in a pan and add the mustard seeds, cumin seeds, and curry leaves. Fry till the seeds stop spluttering.

Step 3: Then add long cut green chillies in it. Step 4: After that add small pieces of dhokla and cook into medium flame for 5-minutes.

Step 5: Serve with morning hot TEA.

This is my favorite Gujarati breakfast.:)


trupti said...

My fav. Gujarati breakfast too!! Tara Shokla saras thaya che...aney Vagharela dhokla to maney chaa saathey bahuj bhavey....thanks so much Kajal.


Vcuisine said...

So nice kajal. For breakfast, oh what a start! It looks simple from the way you presented. Viji

Asha said...

How beautiful and perfectly cut squares too.Love these Kajal,thank you:))

Richa said...

YUMMM! so tempting....

anusharaji said...

truly yummy
wish i am right there to finish ;)

Suganya said...

Its dhokla everywhere... Beautifully cut dhoklas!

Madhu said...

Hi Kajal,
Dhokla looks delicious.....

Rajani said...

Hi Kajal,
Looks delicious. Those dhoklas look like burfi. Yummy as always. Your bhel looks good too. I wonder what u add in that chutnies.


Kajal said...

Hi Madhu,
Thanks for your nice words.
But your blog is not open so check it first so I see your nice work my dear.:))
Have a nice day.:(

Kajal said...

Hi Trupti,
Abhar khub khub abhar.....lovely comment.......Tane maro wbb#12 event no mail malyo chhe?

Kajal said...

Hey Viji, Nice comment for me.
Have a great day.:)

Kajal said...

Asha, thanks for appreciating my work.
Great day.:)

Kajal said...

Thanks Richa,
Have a nice day....TC.

Kajal said...

Hello Anudharaji,
Come at my dining table for morning breakfast....I am wait for you.....come fast....:)
Thanks for lovely words.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Suganya,
Yes, it is dhokla everywhere....even in gujarati reception party one of the most famous dish is dhokla.....Thanks for nice words.:)

Kajal said...

Hey Madhu,
Thanks my dear....Good day.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Rajani,

Thanks for appreciating my work.
Keep in touch.
Good day.:)


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