So I set about making the batter for this new fusion dhokla .And well, it turned out yumm !
Ingredients : 1 cup leftover adai batter, 1 cup lapsi rava ( thin variety or if it is thick, then make it thin by grinding it in mixer three to four times. It will be not be uniformly thin. It does not matter ) , 1/ 2 - 1 cup dahi or chaas, 1/2 tsp hing, 1/2 tsp turmeric, 1 tsp mustard seeds, 1 tsp unpolished til , 2-3 tbsp oil, 1 packet eno fruit salt, 1 green chilly finely chopped, 1 tsp grated ginger, some finely chopped coriander for garnish.
Method : Add lapsi rava to leftover adai batter. Mix so that no lumps remain. Curds or chaas will hve to be added to get idli batter type consistency. Add curds or chaas little by little as batter needs to be thick with no lumps.Add 1 tbsp oil to this batter. Mix nicely.Keep it overnight to soak.
Next morning, add grated ginger, finely chopped green chillies,,hing , haldi & salt to taste to batter. MIx nicely .
Get a steamr ready. Even acooker can be used. Let the water already be boiling in the steamer or cooker. Grease the inside of vessel with oil .Keep aside.
Add eno slt to batter. Mix nicely & pour batter into greased vessel/ vessels. Steam in steamer or cooker for 15-20 minutes.Check if dhokla is cooked by inserting a toothpik or fork. If not, steam for 5 more minutes.
Prepare tempering by heating oil in a kadhai .Add mustard seeds. After they splutter, put off gas. Add til seeds to kadahi. Pour this tadka over steamed dhokla. Cut dhokla into desired shapes after it cools off. Garish with chopped corainder & serve.