Spiced Corn Cake/Corn Dhokla - Day 7, Blogging Marathon #4

Today is the last day of the 7 Day Marathon, tired of Sweet bakes, wanted to bake a spiced cake. Decided to make Corn Dhokla, i have tried the normal steam version, this time i wanted to try baking it. It came out good, but took about 45 minutes to get out of the Oven. My Hubby's Verdict, Baked Version tastes better than the traditional Steam-Cooked Dhokla.:)
Ingredients
1 Cup Corn (i used frozen)
1 cup Semolina/Sooji
2 Green Chillies
1 tsp ginger juliennes
1 sprig curry leaves
1/2 Cup Yoghurt
1 tsp Fruit Salt
1 tsp lemon juice
Salt to taste
Method
Preheat the oven to 170C. Grease the muffin pan. Blend Corn with Green chillies, ginger, curry leaves and yoghurt to a smooth batter. Transfer it to a bowl, add Semolina and mix well. Add Salt, at this stage.  Add fruit salt  and lemon juice and give a gentle stir. Fill the batter up to 3/4th of the Cup and Bake for 40-45 minutes. Cooking time, differs from oven to oven. Do the Skewer Test to confirm the done-ness of the dhokla. 
You can even try reducing the temperature to 150C and cook for some more time. This way, may be the top would also stay soft.  Let it cool a bit in the pan.Transfer it to a Serving Plate. Add a tadka of mustard seeds and hing.  Serve Warm with Mint chutney.


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17 comments:

  1. Love this version. Wondering if I could substitute fruit salt with baking soda. Bookmarked all the bakes you posted for this marathon!

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  2. Priya that really sounds like a great thing I can do right away..I have corns with me and not sure what else to make..

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  3. Hai...First time here...corn dhokla looks superb....You have a collection of various recipes....happy to follow your space..

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  4. First time here. Nice blog and I like the cake recipes. I have a 6 and 3 yr old and they keep me busy too. Do visit my blog when you get a chance.

    Vardhini
    http://vardhiniskitchen.blogspot.com

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  5. The corn cakes look lovely..liked the spice version..!!

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  6. Nice twist to the traditional dokla..

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  7. It has come out well. And going by your hubby's verdict, I think I will also try baking it sometime.

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  8. Good one Priya...pls send one parcel to dubai please :)

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  9. thats a great tea time snack and nice name too

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  10. Lovely spicy dhokla! Good to know that there is a baking alternative to steamed ones.

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  11. Very soft and looks so inviting..

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  12. Corn dhoklas looks super irresistible, love that texture,simply fabulous..

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  13. oooooooooooh, wow, looks super tempting dear :)

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