In a bowl add the flours, spices, yoghurt, oil and carom seeds
Mix them well till the crumb like texture is achieved and then add gradually water.
Knead into a soft dough and rest for 5-10 minutes.
Now make very small balls out of it.
Press them and shape them into the coin size dholi. The dhoklis should be thin.
The dhoklis are ready.
Preparing French Beans Curry
Heat oil in the pressure pan cooker. Add the carom seed.
Add the asafoetida and ginger-garlic-chili paste and saute till the raw smells goes .
Add the chopped french beans. Saute and then add all the spices - red chili powder, turmeric powder, coriander cumin powder.
Add the water and let it come to boil.
Now add the dhokli to the boiling water one by one. Add lemon juice .Add the salt to taste. Cover the lid and pressure cook for three whishtles on high heat and two on low heat.
The dhokli is ready . Remove it in a bowl and garnish with coriander, dessicated coconut and dry garlic chutney. Serve it hot with roti or rice .It can be eaten plain too.
The thickness of the gravy can be kept as per your choice. If you want to eat it plain keep a little gravy by adding little more water and masalas. If you want to eat it with roti or rice keep a semi dry kind of gravy.Sugar can be added to the dhokli if you want it to be sweet.While making dhoklis take care of the following:
the dough should be kneaded soft. If it is hard the dholkis will become stiff.
The dhoklis should be pressed thin.
Spread oil on dhoklis to avoid sticking with each other.
The water should be boiling while putting dhoklis in the curry to avoid breaking.
The curry will be absorbed by the dhokli if not eaten soon. So while reheating the dhokli add a little hot water and you will agiain achieve the right thickness .The curry can also be prepared in the open pot. Take a big pot and then cover and cook stirring in between till the french beans and dhoklis are cooked.