I tried a number of times to make soft dhokla but failed to do so.

Please tell me how to make dhokla as soft as sponge?

asked 19 Oct '09, 10:36

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edited 23 Nov '09, 21:00

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You have to let the dough rest for 20 minutes after it is mixed and before steaming. A teaspoon each of baking soda and lemon juice should be added to the dough right before cooking but after the rest. This should make your dhokla soft.

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answered 24 Nov '09, 20:01

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You can use soda water to make the batter. Also you can add fruit salt just before cooking to make the dhokla soft.

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answered 25 Nov '09, 10:36

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