Thursday, January 20, 2011

Broccoli Dhokla


Since I was satisfied with my sweet corn dhokla last time, I decided try another version of dhokla, which is almost a very similar recipe.  This recipe is also adapted from Tarladala's site.  The actual recipe suggested green peas and a bit different combination of ingredients.  Yet the idea of doing this dhokla originated from Tarladala's site.  Hope you enjoy making this dhokla.
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Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 10 minutes
Serves 3 to 4


Ingredients:
Bulgurwheat- 1 cup
Semolina- 1/2 cup
Broccoli Puree- 1 cup
Yogurt- 2 cups
Bicarbonate of soda- 1/2 tsp
Salt- 1/2 tsp


Method:
To make broccoli puree:
Add 5 to 6 florets of broccoli in boiling water for 3 minutes. Remove it and puree it in a blender by adding little water.
Mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl, until they look well combined.  Grease a round pan, pour the batter and steam it in a steamer for 5 to 10 minutes, or until a skewer inserted comes out clean.
Serve the dhoklas warm with tomato chutney.  I served it with some beetroot chutney.


This recipe goes to Any One Can Cook Food palette series- Green and to Breakfast Club hosted by Maison Cup Cake started by Fuss free flavours



40 comments:

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Wow.. another great idea to incorporate broccoli into indian food.
Great color combo..

Veggie Hut said...

That is something so unsual.. Hats off to ur creativity!

Pia said...

broccoli dokala. Very nice idea

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chitraj.hegde said...

great...this is something very very innovative....Nice click tooo...can i have a bite plzzzzz

S.Menaga said...

வாவ்வ்வ் அசத்துறீங்க... மிகவும் அருமையாக இருக்கு!!

G.Pavani said...

colourful n yummy dhokla...

Nithya said...

Broccoli in dhokla is like super great idea :) you really rock lady :)

Priya Sreeram said...

lovely ! never in my wild dreams i would have thought of adding broccoli to dhokla mix !

Santosh Bangar said...

awesome new recipe of dhokla tempting

Krishnaveni said...

once i saw this broccoli dhokla at sanjeev kapoor's show, but this one looks so good with beetroot, great

Reva said...

This is so wonderful...love the idea of adding broccoli to dhokla...the beet chutney topping add such a lovely colour...
Reva

aipi said...

just when I thought dhoklas couldn't get any better..love the recipe!


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Priya said...

Dhokla looks absolutely inviting and yummy..

Soumya said...

wow..very creative and super delicious...looks sooo tempting...great

Torviewtoronto said...

these look wonderful and delicious
thank you for linking

Suja Sugathan said...

Superb idea,great color and great way to use broccoli...really creative.

Subhie Arun said...

wow v innovative..brocoli dhokla....grt color combo..awesome click as usual!

Rachu said...

amazing creativity and innovation

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My attempt at The Julie/Julia project said...

Love the beetroot chutney... and the dhokla is real healthy.. u are really creative :)

Pushpa said...

Looks wonderful,great addition of broccoli to dhokla.

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Very colorful looking dhokla. Very innovative presentation.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Priya (elaichii) said...

Just wondered looking at the picturem red broccoli! Well the beet chutney explains, very innovative dhokla recipe!

sowmya's creative saga said...

sounds so good..got to trythis..

Prathibha said...

Thats a unique n innovative one dear...looks yumm

Jay said...

innovative n colorful...sounds tempting..
Tasty appetite

Prathima Rao/ Prats Corner said...

An interesting and healthy way to include broccoli in an indian dish...And this dish sure does justice to my fav veg..:)

Gayathri Kumar said...

Very cute looking doklas..

Sweet Artichoke said...

Very creative and beautiful dokhla, with delicious and healthy ingredients! I am in love with your colourful beetroot chutney, will you share the recipe with us soon? Please (* making cute face and Bambi-deer eyes")

The Foodie said...

So colourful and innovative...great combination of ingredients.

nivedita said...

HI UMM,
LONG TIME NOT CHATTED WITH YOU.
HOW ARE YOU? I WAS JUST THINKING OF SENDING YOU MAIL, AND GOT YOUR COMMENT IN MY BLOG:-)
BROCOLLI DHOKLA!!!!!!! NEVER IMAGINED.
THANKS FOR SHARING IT

Pari said...

That's indeed a good way to add broccoli.

FOODELICIOUS

Mary said...

This sounds strange to my ears, but, as always, the food you prepare is beautiful enough to tempt me to try. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

Gulmohar said...

I was wondering why broccoli dhokla is looking red...till I read till the end of the post ;-)

Pavithra said...

Wow innovative one..looks good and delish.

Pavithra said...

I am to try this one sometine this week very healthy :)

sharada said...

nice way to eat brocolli.for people like me who hate the taste of this healthy veggie.very innovative!

Dimah said...

Wow looks wonderful..Love it:)

Sarah, Maison Cupcake said...

I am absolutely intrigued by this! Never seen anything like it and totally not what I'd expect something made with broccoli to look like.

Thanks for taking part in Breakfast Club!

Ananda Rajashekar said...

how interesting and looks so wonderful :)

Sneige said...

This is like anything else I have every tried before!
Intriguing!

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