Rajasthani Chawle Wale Dhokle Recipe
This healthy and delicious dish made of maize flour is widely eaten in Rajasthan during winters.
Maize Flour is widely eaten in Rajasthan during winters. One of the popular dish which is made out of Maize flour is Rajasthani Chawle Wale Dhokle. Usually made in Marwar side of Rajasthan, you can use different lentils as a base to make this steamed dumplings.
Serve Rajasthani Chawle Wale Dhokle on its own with Kachumber Salad and a dollop of ghee on top.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Rajasthani recipes such as
- 15 cloves Garlic
- 6 Green Chillies
- 6 sprig Coriander (Dhania) Leaves , finely chopped
- 2 cups Makki Ka Atta (Yellow Corn Meal Flour)
- 1 teaspoon Baking soda
- Salt , as required
- Water , as required
- 1/2 cup Black Eyed Beans (Lobia)
- 1 teaspoon Turmeric powder (Haldi)
- 1 teaspoon Coriander Powder (Dhania)
How to make Rajasthani Chawle Wale Dhokle Recipe
To begin making the Rajasthani Chawle Wale Dhokle recipe, Add the black eyed beans in 3 cups water in a pressure cooker. Now add turmeric powder, coriander powder and the required salt. Let it cook till the cooker releases 3 to 4 whistles. Let it release the pressure normally.
Meanwhile we will make the dhoklas, add garlic, coriander and green chillies in mortal pestle and crush them together to make a coarse paste.
Next, add baking soda, half of the garlic, coriander and green chilli mixture, required salt and maize flour in a mixing bowl.
Open the pressure cooker and put the green chilli, garlic and coriander mixture in it and mix it with the black eyed beans.
Now, knead the dough properly with the required water and knead until the dough becomes really soft. Make small Dhokla out of it just like we make the south indian wadas.
Put the cooker on gas again and add some water. Once it comes to boil, add the uncooked dhokla in the boiling water.
Don’t close the lid of the cooker. Just cover it and let it cooker for 40 to 45 minutes on low flame. Once it reaches the right consistency and the dhoklas are cooked switch off the gas. To know if the dhoklas are cooker, insert a fort in the dhokla and if it comes out clean, it means your dhokla is cooked.
Once it is cooked, garnish it with coriander leaves and pour some hot ghee on it to serve.
Serve Rajasthani Chawle Wale Dhokle on its own with Kachumber Salad for a wweknight dinner.