Recipe: Make very soft Dahi Bhalla at home on Holi, the recipe is very easy!


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Dahi Bhalla is made prominently in most of the houses during the festival of Holi. If you feel like eating something salty along with something sweet then Dahi Bhalla is the perfect dish for that. Some people complain that their Dahi Bhalla becomes too hard. Today we are sharing with you the recipe for making soft and spongy Dahi Bhalla which will melt in your mouth as soon as you taste it. If you want to make very soft Dahi Bhalla at home then follow this recipe.

Ingredients to make Dahi Bhalla:

Urad Dal - 1/2 cup, Soaked

Moong Dal - 1/2 cup, Soaked

Salt - 1 tsp

Eno Fruit Salt - 1/4 tsp

Asafoetida - a pinch

Fresh Curd - 2 cups

Sugar - 2 tsp

Black Salt - 1 /2 tsp

Tamarind chutney

Coriander chutney

Dahi Bhalla Recipe:

-Wash both the pulses and drain out all the water thoroughly.

-Put the pulses in the mixer and add 3-4 tablespoons of water. Grind them and make a paste.

-Pal should be ground as thick as semolina, not very fine.

Now take out the ground dal in a bowl and beat it until it becomes puffy and light.

-To check whether the dal is ready or not, pour a small amount of the ground mixture into a bowl of water. If it floats on the surface, the dal is completely ready.

-Keep in mind that the dal should be beaten from one side, due to this it swells quickly and well.

Now add 1 teaspoon salt and eno fruit salt to it.

For frying, heat oil in a pan and keep a bowl of water aside.

-Wet your hands, take a small amount of batter, and lightly roll it into a ball. Then, gently drop it into the hot oil.

-Fry all the bhallas until they become light golden brown.

-Take them out on a plate and when all the balls are fried, soak them in lukewarm water.

- Mix powdered sugar and black salt in curd and beat until smooth.

Now squeeze out the water from the bhallas and keep them on a plate.

- Pour curd over them and then add green and tamarind chutney.

-While serving Dahi Bhalla, sprinkle red chili powder, roasted cumin, and a little chaat masala on top.

-Soft and delicious Dahi Bhalla is ready. Serve these to guests on Holi.