Substitute for Eno fruit salt in dhoklas Eno is a fruit salt which is composed of basically 60% baking soda and 40% citric acid. So if you have these on hand, then you can use this proportion to substitute for ENO. If citric acid is not available, you can use some other souring agent instead along with Baking soda. Few readers also mention that they have used Baking Soda and Citric acid in equal measures to substitute for the fruit salt to good results. (i.e for 1 tsp eno = 1/2 tsp baking soda + 1/2 tsp citric acid). Some people even suggest using just baking soda (for 1 tsp eno = 3/4 tsp upto 1 tsp baking soda) instead of using it along with cutric acid.

Disclaimer: I haven't personally used these, hence do not have an experienced input.

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By Archena on Dec 12, 2014

Eno is fruit salt so healthier than baking soda I would think. Also easily available in any Indian store

By Mary on Oct 26, 2014

can I have a very simple dhokla recipe in traditional way without any additional things in it. In a very simple ,natural and healthy way that every young, old and sick people can eat.

By pali on Nov 19, 2013

:lol: I am new to internet because I like gujrity food and also do alots cooking which Iwill enjoy.today, I am going tomake your dhokla recipe,and hope for the best.