Rajasthani Dal Dhokli Recipe

It is a traditional dish of Rajasthani cuisine generally prepared with dals (lentils) and wheat flour as base ingredients..

Dal Dhokli is a spicy, satisfying, and sumptuous one pot meal made by boiling lightly spiced wheat flour dumplings in a lentil base. While dhokli is made from whole wheat flour aka chapati atta. Dough is made from atta with few spices. Then rolled into thin circle and press it to get circular shapes..Then for a final touch a spicy tempering is added to this cooked dal dhokli.
Dal Dhokli healthy because it has a lot of lentils which are rich in protein..It’s a easy method of making Dal Dhokli.. Kids will definitely love it ..
Do you want to learn the step by step recipe to make Dal Dhokli? Here is how to make Dal Dhokli recipe in traditional Rajasthani style..
Ingredients:
Dough to make Dhokli:
1 cup Wheat Flour
1/2 cup Gram Flour
1 tsp Red Chili Powder
1/2 tsp Cumin Seeds
•1/4 tsp Turmeric Powder
• A Pinch Of Asafetida (Hing)
2 tsp Oil
Salt To Taste
Water as Needed (to make a tight dough)
To Make Dal (lentil base) :
1 cup Chilka moong dal / Split green lentil
2 tsp chana dal (optional)
1 tsp ghee/
1 tsp cooking oil of choice
1 tsp cumin seeds
1tsp mustard seeds
1tsp chopped garlic
6-7 curry leaves
2 green chili finely chopped (optional)
1/2 tsp turmeric/ haldi
1/2 tsp coriander powder
1 tsp lal mirch powder
A Pinch of hing Asafoetida
Salt to taste
Water as needed
Fresh lemon
Method :
1) Take a mixing bowl. Add all the dhokli ingredients Mix well, and add water and smooth dough. Leave it for 10 mins..
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2) Now Divide the dough to make marble sized balls, and press them like a disc. Spread them in a plate separately. And set aside.
3) Make sure you place dhoklis in a wide dish/ plate so that they are not piling on top of each other. This is done to avoid them sticking together.

4)Take a big Kadai add water and boil.. Then add Split green lentil and channa Dal. Bring to boil..Now add dumplings slowly..

5

)Allow the Dal and dumplings to cook for 10-15 mins. It should have perfect thick soup consistency. Remember it will thicken as it cools.
Add more water if necessary to get desired consistency.

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)Once it done..Heat ghee in a pan. Once the ghee is hot, add hing, cumin seeds and mustard seeds and let them crackle for a few seconds. Add curry leaves and garlic, green chilli and fry for a few seconds. Pour the tempering over the dal and give it a gentle mix.

7) Now Garnish the dal dhokli with fresh coriander (optional)
8) Just before serving add generous squeeze of fresh lemon juice.
9)Serve alongside with some pickle or papad.

Note
1. Dal Dhokli will stay fresh for 2 days in the refrigerator. Just heat it up right before serving.

2. Dal Dhokli thickens as it cools. Especially if there are leftovers for next day. You may add some warm water later to get desired consistency.

3. Makes great office or school lunch pack or for dinner..

Baigan ki sabji /Baingan ki sabzi / Baigan ki recipe /Brinjal Curry Sabji Recipe / Eggplant fry / Rajasthani style.

Brinjal sabzi provides all the nutrients required for your children and for elders in your family like your parents or in-laws staying with you. Actually brinjal is not only tasty but it has got tremendous health benefits and it can be made in various forms. Brinjal sabzi  is widely made in Indian homes and definitely a delicious side dish recipe which goes really well with chapatis, roti & parathas. Its very quick and easy recipe and tastes just super delicious. If you are a brinjal lover, definitely you will love  this recipe, so here it is…


Ingredients :

8-10 Baby Eggplants

1 tsp mustard seeds

1 tsp  cumin seeds

2 -3 tbsp tamarind extract

1 tsp Red Chilli powder

1/2 tsp Coriander powder

1 tsp Cumin powder 

A pinch Asafoetida

 1 tsp garlic

few curry leaves

Salt to taste

2 tsp Oil

Method:

  1. Using a knife, chop off the head and discard the head…Wash and cut the brinjal into cubes. Soak them in a bowl of water to avoid discoloration.
  2. Soak the tamarind in 2 tbsp of water for 10 minutes and extract the pulp. Take a large kadai heat 2 tbsp oil and splutter 1 tsp mustard, 1 tsp cumin seeds, a pinch of  Asafoetida and few curry leaves.
  3. Add garlic and stir well 
  4. Now add the spices, turmeric powder, chilli powder, ginger paste, garlic paste and salt.
  5. Saute for 1 minute and add tamarind water.
  6. Cook until the masala is cooked well and until oil starts releasing.
  7. Add the cut brinjal pieces into the cooked masala, mix well and cook for few minutes.
  8. Add about 1 small cup water and give a mix.
  9. Close the pan and cook till the brinjals are cooked and releases oil.
  10. Make sure that the brinjals do not get burnt or stick to the bottom of the pan.
  11. Switch of the flame and transfer into a serving dish.
  12. Serve hot baigan ki sabji recipe with rice or roti or parathas.

NOTE: 

  1. Buy fresh brinjals and put the cut brinjals in salt water or sprinkle salt all over the baingan pieces inorder to avoid the bitter taste after cooking.
  2. Also do not compromise with oil, as baigan cooks with oil itself.
  3. I have used  tamarind extract I don’t like  to use tomatoes..

Singhara ki Sabzi Recipe

The winter season has started and you must have seen water chestnut in Sowcarpet market, the fruit of Singhara is found in the water of the pond, hence it is also called the water caltrop, water chestnut, ling nut, devil pod, bat nut and buffalo nut.

Singhara has many medicinal values and is very beneficial alsi acts as a coolant, it cures jaundice, has antioxidant properties, treats urine infection, cures indigestion and nausea, relieves cough, helps to combat hypertension, improves blood and is beneficial for hair growth… We often use to buy boil peel and eat… My kids love it too.. So wanted to try making Singhara sabzi and it came out so well…Today, I am going to share with you the recipe for making Singhara ki Sabzi Recipe which is delicious as well as nutritious….
Ingredients :
1/2 kilo Raw Water Chestnut
2 Onion (chopped)
1 tap Ginger paste
I tsp Garlic paste
2 Green Chilly
4-5 cashewnuts
2 Tomatoes (chopped)
I/2 tsp Cumin Seeds
Pinch of Asafoetida (Heeng)
I/4 tsp Turmeric Powder
I /2 tsp Red Chilly Powder
I/2 tsp Coriander Powder
1/2 tsp Garam Masala Powder
Salt to taste
2-3 tsp Oil
Coriander Leaves (finely chopped) to garnish
Method :
1).Take Singhara wash it Pressure cook it for about 3 whistle. You don’t need to add water while pressure cook.
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2).To make gravy, add chopped onion and tomatoes , cashew nuts, ginger paste , green chilli and garlic paste in a mixer jar and grind them to fine paste.
3).Take oil in a pan and keep it on the gas for heating. When the oil becomes hot, add asafoetida and cumin seeds . After roasting it add grinded pasted and fry it for 2-3 minutes..
4).Now add turmeric powder, red chilli powder, coriander powder and salt to this roasted spice and Add 1/2 cup of water cook the spices on medium flame till oil shows separately.

5).Add cooked singhara and a glass of water. Cook covered for about 10 minutes. Garnish with coriander leaves, singhara sabzi is ready, serve hot with puri or chapatti or rice..


Dry Fruit Kachori (Place of origin.in)

Place of Origin is filled with a variety of eatables. Once you open the website, you see many categories like snacks, sweets, staples and winter specials. They have tie-ups with most of the popular shops in your town. You can find the famous snacks or sweets from all the states of India here. They have a special section for the health-conscious foodies, where you can pick healthy snacks like karela chips, roasted makhana or dry fruit kachodi. Trust me, they taste so yum that you’ll be addicted!

I had a chance to try few stuffs from Place of Origin and I absolutely loved them.
Have I look at what I got
No.2) Dry fruit kachori::
Im a big foodie and a big fan of chat items…I forget about calories when i think of these foods……What to do they are so addictive . I’m sure many of you sail in the same boat as mine …. Kachori is definitely one such snack that i can die for. Crispy n flaky out side, spicy, tangy and mildly sweet inside. Kachoris can be made with various stuffings…  I got a sample of Dry fruit kachori of Jay Hind Sweets from Place of origin.in
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About the brand (Jay Hind Sweets)

It Started in 1948, Jayhind is one of Ahmedabad’s most well known shops for mithais, namkeens and dry fruits. With over 6+ decades of experience and ensuring the quality and taste of their ingredients, they have been able to establish themselves as one of the most sought after brands in Gujarat and beyond. The NRI fraternity swears by their sweets containing kaju and badam, due to their longer shelf life. Jayhind now has an export division as well. They have a complete automatic and hygienic plant for their sweets and namkeen production.

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About Product (Dry fruit kachori) :
Ingredients:
Gram floue(Besan),Maida, Cashew nuts, Raisins(kismis),Sesame seeds(Til),Fennel seed(Saunf),Corrainder seeds,Coriander powder(Dhania),Cumin powder(Jeera),Turmeric powder,Chili powder,Garam masala,Spices,Sugar,Salt,Edible Oil.
Taste:
Crispy,mild sweet and Spicy
Packing:
Its really packed amazing loved the golden ball packing which attracts everyone from kids to elders
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Dry Fruit Kachori :
. A Crispy small snack balls stuffed with dry fruits and spices makes it a tasty offering on any occasion. Dry fruit Kachori comes with a filling of dry fruits. Jain Vijay Farsan Mart Kachori is perfect for satisfying your hunger cravings. These deep-fried Kachoris along with the delectable filling are simply irresistible.
It can be eaten alone to satisfy the urge of munching something light and tasty or with tea coffee.It also goes very well with green chutney or as a part of the meal.It is a perfect party time Indian snack.

Though Kachoris are native to Rajasthan , this dry fruit kachoris are something very famous in Gujarat. Unlike normal kachoris, these dry fruit Kachoris have long shelf life and can be stored for few weeks to couple of month. Its also little sweetish when compared to normal ones.
Dry fruit Kachori was  yummy and they made it with the way I like it Khatta Meetha.
Reasonably priced which is very healthy !!!!

Place of origin gives us opportunity to buy India’s favorite foods online..They work hard to bring you the finest sweets, snacks, dry fruits, namkeen, pickle, jams, tea, coffee and staples from all over India. You can now discover unique regional delicacies and order from the comfort of your home..