500 gm yoghurt3 cups of gram flour (baisan)
1 tea spoon cumin seed
1 tea spoon raiClick to find more about rai seed ( fenugreekClick to find more about fenugreek seed )
1 tea spoon mehti seed ( mustard seedClick to find more about mustard seed )
1 tea spoon heeng powder
SaltClick to find more about Salt to taste
2 tea spoon red chilli powder
2 tea spoon turmericClick to find more about turmeric powder
4 to 5 curry leavesClick to find more about curry leaves
2 tea spoon coriander powder and half bunch of coriander
Preparations of baisan dumplings:
Take 2 cups of baisan in a large bowl.
Add saltClick to find more about salt, 1 tea spoon of chilli powder, chopped coriander, 2 chopped green chillies, 1 tea spoon baking soda and one chopped onionClick to find more about onion.
Put at least 2 cups of water to make a smooth paste.
Keep it on a side for about half an hour.
Then take some oil in wok, when the oil is hot put baisan mixture one by one using tea spoon.
Fry dumpling until golden brown.
Preparations of yoghurt sauce:
Put one cup of gram flour, saltClick to find more about salt, heeng powder, red chilli powder, coriander powder and turmericClick to find more about turmeric powder into the yoghurt.
Mix them with the beater.
Make sure they are no lumps. (to avoid the lumps blend them with the Elec. blender)
Take one cup of oil in a large sauce pan and heated it.
Then add all the seed stuffs into the oil.
After few seconds, pour the yoghurt mixture with 5 cups of water in the pan. Stir it continuously with the spoon, until it starts boiling.
Cook this mixture for about 30 minutes.
Later put the baisan dumplings in this mixture and cover it.
Cook it for another 10 minutes.
Finally, take chopped onionClick to find more about onion and curry leavesClick to find more about curry leaves and fry them with 1 table spoon oil for one minute.
Then temperClick to find more about temper them on yoghurt mixture.
Serve it hot. With steam rice or cornClick to find more about corn bread.