Dhokla is a popular snack of Gujarat. It is soft, spongy and makes a delicious snack with tea. It is usually made of gram flour by the method of fermentation. Today, I am presenting to you an enriched version of the popular khaman dhokla. It is known as Tricolur dhokla . As the name indicates, it has three layers of different colours, white,green and yellow. (more…)
Since yesterday, I have been on a baking spree, trying my hand at few recipes. My house is smelling so good, baking is therapeutic, I think, I should do it more often. Yes, it’s again time for our blog hop with the theme as”Baking” . Here is my sincere attempt to make the traditional Indian biscuits, Nan Katai. Well, I am quiet happy, the taste is good and they will not last long.
I had read long time back, that the traditional recipe of Nan katai or Nan khatai as many write, makes use of gram flour and semolina also. I tried to incorporate the same here. Thus, along with self raising flour, I have used a little of semolina and gram flour. I threw in a few strands of saffron and the taste on biting, gave a nice fragrance. For reference, I checked it here. Over to the recipe of my version of Nan Katai biscuits.
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