Tasty Leftover Rice Recipe

About the Recipe

This recipe will help use the leftover rice to make a new and tasty rice dhokla. It uses readily available ingredients and is quick to make. This recipe involves steaming, and Oddy Ecobake is best. It is easy to use, convenient and safe. It helps in easy removal and uniform baking and steaming.

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  • ½ cup sooji, ½ cup water
  • ½ cup cooked rice, ¼ cup besan, ¼ cup curd,
  • ¼ cup water, salt as per taste, ¼ tsp baking soda,
  • little oil, ½ tsp mustard seeds, ½ tsp jeera seeds,
  • curry leaves, ½ pav bhaji masala, ½ red chili powder,
  • Oddy Ecobake



  • In a bowl, take ½ cup sooji, add ½ cup water. Mix it well. Cover with lid and keep aside for 7-10 mins.
  • In a mixer, take ½ cup cooked rice and ¼ cup besan, ¼ cup curd, ¼ cup water. Close the lid and grind to a fine paste.
  • Check the sooji and give it a gentle mix. Add the mixer paste to the sooji and mix well. If the paste is too thick, add very little water and mix again and keep aside.
  • Take a baking vessel, line it with Oddy Ecobake. Next take the batter, add salt as per taste and ¼ tsp baking soda, Mix well. Pour the batter in the baking vessel and tap.
  • In a kadhai, place a stand and add water. Preheat it. Place the baking vessel and cover with lid. Steam it for 10-12 mins on low-medium flame.
  • Once done, check with toothpick or knife. Demould it gently on a flat plate. Cut into required shape.
  • For tadka, take a pan, add oil, mustard seeds, jeera, curry leaves, pav bhaji masala, and red chili powder. Mix it well.
  • Add the rice dhokla steamed into it and mix it. Coat it in the masala. Make sure to keep flame at low or switch it off to prevent masala from getting burn.

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