Makki Ka Dhokla

Steamed Savory Corn Cake, Maize flour Dhokla (Indian)

maize flour, peas, chillies, curry leaves, spices, spice seeds, baking soda

Makki Ka Dhokla or Maize flour Dhokla is a soft & savoury steamed cake traditionally associated with the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is made from a dough of Maize Flour (Makki Ka Atta) and crushed green peas and is quite wholesome. Makki ka Dhokla can be eaten with Green Chutney and usually in Rajasthan it is eaten with urad dal. It can be taken as a main course or as a side dish.

Modified Sept. 15, 2020

Created Sept. 13, 2020 by: itisclaudio

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