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Instant khatta Dhokla | Leftover idli batter Dhokla | White dhokla recipe | How to make white khatta dhokla from leftover idli batter | Easy recipe to make khatta dhokla | No fermentation khatta dhokla recipe with step by step instructions and pictorial presentation

 

Instant khatta Dhokla | Leftover idli batter Dhokla is an instant version of making white khatta dokla using leftover idli batter.

The best thing about this recipe is that it doesn’t require any fermentation and is super easy and quick to make.

Similarly, Khandvi in microwave in 7 minutes is one instant and no fail recipe like this.

Gujarati cuisine, close to my heart

Gujarati cuisine is my favorite and I keep making many recipes which I grew up eating and I still relish them.

If you are looking for more gujarati cuisine recipes, do check out the following on the blog –

Kaju karela no onion no garlic

Sprouted moong handvo

Lilva kachori/fresh tuver Kachori

Oats dalia and vegetable muthia

The recipe to make Instant khatta Dhokla | Leftover idli batter Dhokla is so easy and I was wondering, if this should go on my blog?  But then I realised, it may be easy for me but not for everyone, right.

Instant khatta Dhokla | Leftover idli batter Dhokla, best side dish

I usually make white dhokla as side dish to go with my meals. Or many times serve this as quick evening snack. Many times this is my travel buddy or a saviour recipe when there are sudden guest.

Making white dhokla with leftover idli batter is an instant version. However traditional method calls for soaking rice and urad dal and it needs fermentation.

There are numerous variations of the same recipe. Some add curds to batter and some don’t. Likewise, traditionally no tempering is done on white dhokla but if you like, as I did temper it with rai/mustard and seasame seeds.

So here I am sharing this easy peasy recipe of Instant khatta Dhokla | Leftover idli batter Dhokla.

For more leftover makeover recipes, please check following on my blog –

Leftover bread pudding

Malai fulfi from leftover whipped cream

Cutlets from leftover chapati/roti

Chocolate mithai from leftover chapatis/roti

Onion peel tea

Watermelon rind halwa,

and Leftover dough Dahivada

 

 

 

Step by step instructions and pictorial presentation to make white dhokla

Prepare the steamer

Take a idli steamer or deep pan/ deep kadai. Pour around 2 glasses of water in that and place a steel ring/plate/stand at the bottom.

Switch on the Flame. Grease the thali with oil in which you want to put the idli batter for steaming.

To prepare the dhokla batter

In a mixing bowl put readymade idli/dosa batter, add salt and chilli paste to it. Mix it well.

Please note : Add Eno in the idli batter when you are ready to steam the dhoklas.

Now add Eno to the batter and mix it well. Immediately pour it onto the prepared greased plate. Sprinkle red chilli powder, black pepper powder and place it inside the steamer. Cover the lid.

 

Let it steam on high flame for around 12 to 15 minutes. Switch off flame let remain inside the steamer for a while. Carefully remove the plate and let it cool a bit.

For fried green chillies

Take light green chillies clean, wash and de seed them by slitting in half from the centre.

In a small pan, add oil and put slitted green chillies, cover and saute on low flame for 2 to 3 minutes by flipping a few times. Once done remove and sprinkle little salt over it. Keep it aside for garnishing.

Prepare tempering/tadka

Take a tadka pan add oil and then add mustard seeds and let splutter. To this add seasame seeds and immediately cover it. Once it settles down add curry leaves and red chilli powder.

Pour this tadka over steamed dhoklas evenly with the help of a spoon.

Slice it and serve it with fried green chillies, Green chutney, tamarind chutney/imli ki meethi chutney.

 

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Instant khatta Dhokla | Leftover idli batter Dhokla
 
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Instant khatta Dhokla | Leftover idli batter Dhokla is an instant version of making white khatta dokla using leftover idli batter. The best thing about this recipe is that it doesn't require any fermentation and is super easy and quick to make.
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Recipe type: Side dish, snacks
Cuisine: Indian Gujarati
Serves: 8 slices
Ingredients
  • Readymade idli/Dosa batter - 250 gms
  • Chilli Paste of - 2 green chilles
  • Salt - 1 tsp
  • Eno - ½ tsp
  • Red chilli powder (to sprinkle on top)
  • ** For Tempering dhokla
  • Oil 2 tsp
  • Mustard seeds/Rai 1 tsp
  • Sesame seeds 2 tsp
  • Red chilli powder ½ tsp
  • Corriander leaves handful
  • Curry leaves few
  • Green chillies
Instructions
  1. Prepare the steamer :
  2. Take a idli steamer or deep pan/ deep kadai. Pour around 2 glasses of water in that and place a steel ring/plate/stand at the bottom.
  3. Switch on the Flame. Grease the thali with oil in which you want to put the idli batter for steaming.
  4. To prepare the dhokla batter :
  5. In a mixing bowl put readymade dosa/idli batter, add salt & chilli paste to it. Mix it well.
  6. Please note : Add Eno in the idli batter when you are ready to steam the dhoklas.
  7. Now add Eno to the batter and mix it well. Immediately pour it onto the prepared greased plate. Sprinkle red chilli powder, black pepper powder and place it inside the steamer. Cover the lid.
  8. Let it steam on high flame for around 12 to 15 minutes. Switch off flame let remain inside the steamer for a while. Carefully remove the plate and let it cool a bit.
  9. For fried green chillies :
  10. Take light green chillies clean, wash and de seed them by slitting in half from the centre.
  11. In a small pan, add oil and put these chilles cover and saute on low flame for 2 to 3 minutes by flipping a few times. Once done remove and sprinkle little salt over it. Keep it aside for garnishing.
  12. Prepare tempering/tadka
  13. Take a tadka pan add oil and then add mustard seeds and let splutter. To this add seasame seeds and immediately cover it. Once it settles down add curry leaves and red chilli powder.
  14. Pour this tadka over steamed dhoklas evenly with the help of a spoon.
  15. Slice it and serve it with fried green chillies, Green chutney, tamarind chutney/imli ki meethi chutney

 

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