Whenever we think of sweet and tangy Gujarati snacks, we think of dhokla. It is one of the most popular snacks from the state. Various versions of the delicacy are enjoyed in different regions of the country, though, the base remains the same. It is typically made with besan (gram flour) or suji (semolina), citric acid or lemon juice, sugar, salt, turmeric, water and fruit salt. However, the most appetising aspect of the snack is its colourful tempering that comprises of oil, mustard seeds, whole red chillies and curry leaves. It is usually steamed, but there are many more ways of whipping it up at home if you are craving it. Here are six ways to make dhokla at home.
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