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Ingredients

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1/2 cup Gram flour / Besan sifted
1/4 cup Semolina/ Rava
1 tbsp Ginger chilli paste
1 1/2 tsp Cumin seeds
1/4 tsp Turmeric powder
1/4 tsp Red chilli powder
2 tsp Fennel seeds / saunf
1 tsp Coriander seeds / Daniya
1 tbsp Sesame seeds / Til
1/2 tsp Black pepper powder
1 1/2 tsp Sugar
1/2 tsp Lemon juice
A pinch Baking soda
1/4 cup Coriander leaves chopped finely
1/2 cup Water
As required Oil
To taste Salt

Dakor Na Gota in an appe pan

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    • 30 mins
    • Serves 2
    • Easy

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    I love the starters in the Gujarati thali. Whenever we went out for lunch to the Gujarati resturant here, we would mostly eat the farsan like we eat the main course. Most of the times the main course is skipped and one of them is Dakor na Gota. I had seen this non fried version of this recipe in Vidya’s Blog earlier and had bookmarked it and totally forgot about this recipe. Her pictures of this recipe post was very captivating and some day I thought I will cook this. Then it just happened that I joined the recipe swap challenge group of facebook, where members are paired and each has to cook and blog one recipe from the members blog. I was incidentally paired with Vidya  who blogs at Masalachilli and I knew what I had to cook from her blog.

    Dakor Na Gota

    Dakor Na Gota in an appe pan

    What appealed to me the instant I saw this recipe on her blog is that it was not the traditional fried version but the appe version where these are fried in minimal oil using the appe pan. I have earlier tried medhu vadai in this and it was tasting just the same as the fried one but the oil used was much less and I knew this version of Dakor na gota would taste as much the same . Vidya thank you for this recipe. Loved it.

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    Steps

    1
    Done

    In a bowl mix gram flour, rava and all the ingredients except oil and soda. Just add 1 tsp of oil to this batter and mix well. Add more water if necessary to get the dropping consistency of the batter

    2
    Done

    Heat an appe pan with little oil in all the slots. Now add soda and mix well

    3
    Done

    Pour just enough batter in each appe slot, drizzle some more oil, close it with a lid and cook till it starts to brown

    4
    Done

    Now flip over and cook on the other side till done. Transfer this to an plate linedwith absorbent paper

    5
    Done

    Serve warm with tamarind chutney

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    Such a guiltfree snack to munch without any fuss, and thats a fabulous take on deep fried dakor na gota to make in paniyaram pan, loved this dish at Vidya’s space and yours as well.

    I loved this appam pan version when Vidya posted it and you have replicated it so beautifully. All those spices + methi will make it so flavourful as well. I should try it soon.

    Wow, i loved this healthy variation of dakor na gota recipe as well as it’s easy to make,what else want and can also be packed as tiffin snacks for kids. Lovely share

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    Such a guiltfree snack to munch without any fuss, and thats a fabulous take on deep fried dakor na gota to make in paniyaram pan, loved this dish at Vidya’s space and yours as well.

    I loved this appam pan version when Vidya posted it and you have replicated it so beautifully. All those spices + methi will make it so flavourful as well. I should try it soon.

    Wow, i loved this healthy variation of dakor na gota recipe as well as it’s easy to make,what else want and can also be packed as tiffin snacks for kids. Lovely share

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