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You might have tried a variety of dhoklas with various flours flavours and tempering but have you ever tried a combination of oats semolina and spinach for your dhokla batter this nutritious combo gives you all essential nutrients including vitamins protein
Oats Rava Palak Dhokla (Zero Oil) by Tarla Dalal
Once a Gujarati staple steamed and low cal dhoklas are universally popular these days They make a particularly wholesome and light breakfast. Add sprouted moong and spinach to add colour and make them more nourishing. GETTING READY 1. Grease a 7 inch diameter
Sprouts Dhokla (Low Calorie)
Batata Poha is so wholesome and tasty that you can make it any time of the day as breakfast supper or a simple snack. The potatoes and onions act as a soft and moist interlude to the chewy poha while the traditional tempering ginger chili paste and lemon juice
Batata Poha by Tarla Dalal
Oondhiya a classic gujarati recipe of vegetables and fenugreek dumplings cooked in an aromatic blend of spices. MAKING 1. In a plate mix together the double beans double bean seeds salt carom seeds and soda bi card mix well and allow to sit for 30 minutes. 2.
Indian flat breads have become popular all over the world and if you loved them then this recipe will bowl you over. Methi theplas are very flavorful and extremely delicious. Chef Manjula has a video on how to make Methi Thepla a recipe that can only be learnt
It is like how they say It is very easy being Gluten free and vegetarian in India. In this this video Bhavna shows us how to make this typical Indian breakfast dish. So healthy so flavorsome and so gluten free. Typically you can make this dish under 20 minutes
Those of you who are fond of having Indian pancakes will surely like these. Chef Bhavna shows how to make these yummy pancakes. They are healthy and are made easily. You can eat it with jaggery. So do check out the video. GETTING READY 1. Take a mixing bowl
Jowar Methi Pudla or Dhebra - Milo or Sorghum Pancakes - Gluten Free
If youre fond of eating parathas then you have to try this amazing recipe by chef Bhavna. These are easy to make once youve prepared the dough. You can serve it with yogurt or pickle if you like. This makes it a heavy breakfast. Watch the video for the quick
Methi Matar Bhakri or Paratha - Flavored Flat Bread for Breakfast
If youre thinking of making a Gujarati breakfast then you must try this out. The Chef makes the delicious Indian Bread. It is made from pigeon peas and tastes really nice. You will enjoy eating it with the Indian tea. Dont forget to watch the video for this
Tuvar Bhakri - Sindhi Koki - Pigeon Peas Flat bread
If you have left over roti at home then do check this out. Chef Bhavna shows how to use the left over roti to make this quick dish. Its very easy to make and saves time. It is eaten for breakfast. So do try out the recipe and surely watch the video. MAKING 1.
Vaghareli Roti(Spicy Flat Bread Crumbles) - Quick Fix Left Overs
A completely nourishing breakfast that will keep you active through the day these mini theplas are a great alternative if you want a change from the regular oats porridge. Fortified with millet ragi and soya flour they are fibre rich and extremely enjoyable.
Mini Green Theplas
If you have been searching for the right way to make authentic Indian bread Thepla youve reached the right place. Bale Dave provides right direction in cooking the typical Thepla in his kitchen back in US with a combination of three green leafy vegetables
Thepla With 3 Mixed Greens
Put wheat flour in a flat vessel bowl. Mix all the ingredients into it including the methi leaves. Add 1 tsp oil and knead it. Let it stay for 15 minutes. Then make even size small balls of the dough. Roll them separately with a rolling pin into a round shape.
Thepla is a popular Gujrati preparation. It is a spiced paratha made with different ingredients. Some of the common ones are methi and masala thepla. The pumpkin version is not very common but it tastes great. GETTING READY Grated Pumpkinsubmitted by roli at
Khaman dhokla is a classic Gujrati preparation. But because of its soft texture and beautiful flavor dholka is popular all over India. MAKING 1. In a mixing bowl mix together gram flour semolina water sugar salt turmeric powder and chili paste to get a thin
Yummy Microwave Khaman Dhokla
Shift grams dal flour and rice flour. grate corn. Melt ghee in a pot. Add mustard seeds when they crackle put cumin seeds. Add corn and saut for 5 minutes. Pour milk. Keep for 5 minutes and remove. Mix both the flours slowly stirring. Add salt green chili
Wash and soak green grams dal for 5 6 hours. Wash and beat and remove the skin. Remove the skin by beating the dal and removing water. Add the squeezed dal and green chili and grind to paste. Add salt and just churn and pour the batter in the greased thali.
Green gram dal dhokla
Shift cream of wheat. Mix cream of wheat milk and plain yogurt to form a batter. Leave the batter for 15 minutes. Add salt green chili paste chopped cilantro leaves. Beat the batter. Add soda with a little oil and 2 tbsp. Warm water and beat the batter. In a