Hello !! Today is a easy Instant Dhokla recipe.Please your family or guests with this delicious recipe that can me made in a jiffy. I will take you down the memory lane today. August 2015 i met a wonderful lady Kritika who introduce me to two other wonderful ladies Jolly and Waagmi. They had started this Group called Foodiemonday Bloghop.My journey with this group started on a very beautiful note and is still going strong. I came across many good people who are more than friends today. I can go on and on writing about each one of them. Some came and left due to their personal commitments.We are all still in touch. We have learnt a lot and still learn from this group.People are always ready to share info that is helpful to everyone. We are still going strong and today we celebrate our 200th Post. I am the oldest member of the group now. To celebrate our 200th Post our theme today is #200Notout.We planned to do the round robin method. I had to cook from Priya’s blog as alphabetically she is after me. She is an amazing blogger and blogs at . I chose to make Safed dhokla from Idli batter from her blog. She has explained it in detail and you can get the recipe here. Recipe for Instant Dhokla: Ingredients:
  • 2 Cups Idli Batter
  • 1Tsp Mustard Seeds
  • 3/4 Tsp Jeera
  • 1 Green Chilli Finely chopped
  • Finely Chopped Coriander to garnish
  • 1 Tbsp oil for tempering and greasing the utensil used for steaming
  • Grease the bottom and sides of a large, wide bowl with some oil.
  • Pour the fermented batter into the greased bowl and keep it ready.
  • Pour about 1-1/2 cups of water in a big wide bottom pan or pressure cooker and place it on high flame. When the water comes to a boil, place a stand inside the cooker / wide bottom pan and place the greased utensil with the batter on top of it. Close the lid. Steam on high flame for 10 minutes. If you are using a pressure cooker do not put the whistle. Switch off the stove.
  • Let the Instant white Dhokla rest for 2-3 minutes more after switching off the stove, then take out the steaming vessel.
  • Now prepare the tempering for the Dhokla. Heat a tablespoon of oil and add mustard seeds ,green chilli and jeera. Let them splutter. Pour this tempering evenly over the steamed dhokla. Garnish with finely chopped fresh coriander .
  • Cut into pieces and serve hot.

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10 thoughts on “INSTANT WHITE DHOKLA”

  1. I’m so glad you chose this Safed Dhokla recipe from my blog. Gladder still to know that you liked it. 🙂 thank you for that sweet little introduction to my blog. Happy 200th to all of us!

  2. Poonam Bachhav

    Congratulations on the 200th post di ! I have yet to try my hands on this Safed dhokla using idli batter. It sounds delicious and your pics are making it all the more desirable .

  3. Preethi for most of us the FoodieMonday journey has been awesome. I’m so glad that I’ve to know you through this group. And you’re right though some have left, the bond is still there. Coming to your dish, I love white dhokra. They taste awesome with aam ras, try it out one day. The dhokras have come out so fluffy.

  4. Edada a.k.a Safed Dhokla is such a hit at our home too ! Its a wonderful journey of this g group that we read thru ur post, Preethi ! the dhoklas have come out superb…

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