Sour curd -1/2cup
Grated carrot -2 tablespoons (optional)
Eno fruit salt -1teaspoon
Lemon juice -1 tablespoon
White sesame seeds-2 teaspoons
Few curry leaves
Fresh coconut - 2tablespoons
Chopped cilantro leaves -2 tablespoons
Beat the curd, grate the carrots.
Combine the curd,sooji, grated carrots, chopped green chilly, lemon juice, turmeric powder, chilli powder, sugar, salt. Mix everything nicely , (add little water, if required) and keep it aside for an hour.
Heat a tablespoon of oil, add the mustard seeds,a pinch of Hing, let them crackle. Then add couple of tablespoons of water and switch off the stove. Pour it over the soaked rava.
Grease an ever silver plate, which will fit into your steamer. Heat enough water in the steamer. Once water start boiling and steam is coming, add Eno fruit salt with the dhokla batter, give a quick stir, pour it into the greased plate.
Sprinkle some chilli powder and steam the plate for 15 minutes on high heat. Switch off the flame and open the steamer after a few minutes, take the dhokla plate out. Let it cool for 5 -10 minutes. Loosen edges of the dhokla with a knife, revert the content onto a plate. Flip it over and let it cool. Cut into desired shape pieces. Sprinkle the grated coconut, chopped cilantro.
Meanwhile, heat 2 tablespoons of oil, throw in the mustard and sesame seeds. Let them crackle, then add few curry leaves and slit green chiliies, pour it over the dhokla.