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Recipe : Doodhi Muthiya /bottle gourd Dumplings

Priya Joshi | Feb 2, 2015 | 2 Comments so far

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Hello foodies,

Are you getting bored with regular bottle gourd recipes ????? I have a solution.Today I am sharing most traditional,easy, quick ,tempting,namkeen,healthy,less oil gujrati recipe.The name of the recipe is Muthiya.Like I said,Muthiya is a traditional gujju snack recipe which oftenly been taken as a light dinner in the region.
Muthiya is a great combination of grated vegetables,diffent flours and spices.It can be made in two different ways - steamed or deep fried. But usually my mamma and I preferred steamed muthiya .





Gretaed veggies are mixed with flours to make soft dough and at the end delicate tempering is used to enhance the flavors.there are many varieties in this recipe like Rice Muthiya,mix vegetable mutghiya ,cabbage muthiya,bottle gourd/lauki/doodhi muthiya etc..
Muthiya can be serve with Green chutney and masala tea.
So today ,I am sharing Doodhi Muthiya recipe and here we goooooo

Recipe Details below:
Preparation Time:Cooking Time:Total:
15 mins20 -25 mins35 mins

Cuisine : Indian / Gujarati
Main Ingredient : Bottle gourd /lauki/doodhi

Ingredients:
  • Bottle gourd ,grated - 1 medium size
  • Gram flour/besan - 3 tbsp
  • Whole wheat flour - 4 tbsp
  • Ginger garlic paste - 1 tbsp
  • Salt to taste
  • Sugar - 1 tbsp
  • Oil -1/2 tsp
  • Backing soda - 1/2 tsp
  • Coriander,chopped - 1 tbsp
  • Red chili powder - 1tsp
  • Tumeric powder -  a pinch
  • White sesame seeds - 1 tsp
  • Semolina / sooji - 1 tbsp
  • Yogurt /dahi -1 tbsp
Ingredients for tempering:
  • Oil - 1 tbsp
  • Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
  • Cumin seeds - 1 tsp
  • Sesame seeds -1 tsp
  • Curry leaves - 5-6 nos
  • Coriender for garnishing

Method:
  1. Turn on the flame and put streamer on that to boil water enough.and also greese a plate with oil and keep it aside.
  2. In mixing bowl ,add grated doodhi/lauki/bottle gourd.
  3. Now add besan/gram flour,semolina,ginger garlic paste,salt,sugar,corienderleaves,all spices,backing soda ,oil,and mix them wwell
  4. Greese your palm with oil. Take this mixture and roll it to medium thick rolls.
  5. Now put this rolls on greesed plate and put the plate into the steamer and steam this muthiya for almost 15 mins on high flame.
  6. Check with toothpick. If it comes out clean then its done.
  7. Slice this rolls.
  8. Heat oil in pan.add mustard seeds,cumin seeds.
  9. When seeds crakle add sesame seeds and curry leaves.
  10. Add sliced muthiya into pan and mix them.
  11. Now,cook this muthia for 5  mins on high flame .
  12. Garnish with coriemnder.
  13. Serve hot with green chutney and tea.


Note:
  • We are adding backing soda in this recipe to make muthiya soft in texture however you can avoid this ingredient.
  • You can make your instant steamer as I do here.put water in deep pan and put sieve/channi on that.
  • In step 11, we again cook muthiya on high flame.this is because i want to make my outer layer crispy.

Hope you guys like this recipe.........


Have a great day....
Love,
Priya...........

2 comments

  1. Hi Priya,

    Mwahhhh for the wonder working facepack ideas sprouting from lime/lemon – felt something touching the very close things of us – “confidence” (“9 Benefits of Lemon”)!


    On top of alluring “Kaju Curry”, we were flattered by a cold shouldered veggie recreated into magic – “Doodhi Muthiya”! lolzz.. couldn’t help trying our hands at it!

    Yes, we would love to feature your culinary skills on our global platform.

    This is an exclusive space for your penmanship, where you can publish your unique culinary outputs in the form of brief food blogs.

    That too you’re the one, who’s going to own this space! We would like to pass it on to others by featuring it on our global platform!

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    We would promote it across our wall and social media.


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    Sharing your passion for cooking might rejuvenate the taste buds and senses of millions of Indians living abroad. We’re awaiting your valuable reply.


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  2. Hi Priya,

    Mwahhhh for the wonder working facepack ideas sprouting from lime/lemon – felt something touching the very close things of us – “confidence” (“9 Benefits of Lemon”)!


    On top of alluring “Kaju Curry”, we were flattered by a cold shouldered veggie recreated into magic – “Doodhi Muthiya”! lolzz.. couldn’t help trying our hands at it!

    Yes, we would love to feature your culinary skills on our global platform.

    This is an exclusive space for your penmanship, where you can publish your unique culinary outputs in the form of brief food blogs.

    That too you’re the one, who’s going to own this space! We would like to pass it on to others by featuring it on our global platform!

    http://indiapulse.sulekha.com/food-recipes/poori-indian-puffed-fried-bread_post_7859
    http://indiapulse.sulekha.com/food-recipes/chocolate-pie-easy-to-make-pie_post_7854
    http://indiapulse.sulekha.com/food-recipes
    http://indiapulse.sulekha.com/

    Sulekha.US would be glad to present your food blog to the Indian communities living abroad. We would love to connect them through one of the most vital channels i.e. food.

    It’s all yours and you’re going to own an exclusive food blog with Sulekha to share your recipes along with their back links.

    We would promote it across our wall and social media.


    Featuring your recipes on our home page would be a perk for our eager Indians, who are waiting for Desi recipes and baked goodies ranging from ‘grand’ to ‘on the go’.


    Sharing your passion for cooking might rejuvenate the taste buds and senses of millions of Indians living abroad. We’re awaiting your valuable reply.


    Bon Appetite!


    Thanks & regards,
    Hamida, Content Manager, Sulekha US
    HasanulhameedhaS@sulekha.net






    ReplyDelete

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