I wanted to cook a different breakfast with oats, and when I was browsing, I came across Oats, semolina and spinach dhokla in Tara Dalal site. It was a healthy recipe and tempted me. I tried the same recipe, replacing semolina with cracked wheat.
Oats Cracked Wheat Spinach Dhokla
Preparation Time : 5 mins | Standing time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : 10 mins
Recipe Category: Breakfast
Oats – 1/2 cup, coarsely powdered
Cracked Wheat/ Gothuma Rava/ Bulgar Wheat/Dalia – 1/2 cup
Thick Curd/ yogurt – 1/4 cup
Spinach – 1/3 cup
Green chilli paste – 1/2 tsp ( Adjust according to your taste)
Baking Soda/Eno salt – 1/2 tsp, heaped (I used baking soda)
Salt – as needed
- Combine all the ingredients except baking soda and add 3/4 cup of water, and let it rest for 15 minutes
- Just before steaming, add the baking soda and 2 tsp of water
- Grease the dhokla plates with very less oil and pour the batter. Spread them evenly
- Steam them for 10 minutes, or till the dhoklas are cooked. After 5 minutes, cut them and serve
- Cooking time may vary depending on the container, so keep an eye after 7 minutes
- Can add tadka and make them flavorful
- If required, pulse the cracked wheat
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Interesting! Can we prepare this without adding baking soda?
U can add eno salt instead of baking soda.. Thanku:-)
Eno salt also contains baking soda right?
Yes.. Haven’t tried Dhokla without baked ng soda Sindhu
Wow healthy and delectable dhokla. .. yummm
totally new to me–I love coming here to learn 🙂
You are most welcome Liz:-)
Looks yummy…how are you Vidya?
Looks healthy and flavorful !
Thanx for such a wonderful recipe..:)
Glad u liked it Neeta:-)
So healthy and delicious! !
How healthy & delicious!
This recipe a ounds so intriguing. I can’t even imagine would it would taste like, but it looks yummy. Do you eat this alone or with something else?
Thanku:-) we eat it with chutney
I love spinach and all receipts including them. Thanks 🙂
Healthy one! I saw your Arisi thengai payasam recipe in The Hindu Metroplus. It was lovely reading it 🙂 I have even commented on your Fb page. I hope you saw the comment…..
Thanku Aiswarya:-) I didnt know it was you I am sorry.. Anyways i have mesaged you