Dosa Recipe | How To Make Dosa | Dosa Batter Recipe

Though traditionally the dish is from South India and a staple breakfast food which is VERY famous there but now it’s very popular all over India and every state has their own twist to the friendly dosa. πŸ˜‰ Among all the dosas I have ever tried I liked the podi dosa and masala dosa the MOST. πŸ™‚ Β Though every state has their own touch to the most famous masala dosa but I like the original South Indian masala dosa. πŸ™‚
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I can eat dosa every alternate day and still not be bored if you promise to make me one. πŸ˜‰ To me, making dosa used to be a tough task because you need to start a day or two before. But once you are done with the batter making it’s so convenient to have that homemade dosa batter in your fridge. A big help for those days when you are really tired or not in a mood to cook elaborated meal or you are running short of time.
I always had on my mind to post this dosa batter recipe but the lazy me was too lazy to did so. πŸ˜› But finally this Friday while my husband was busy in making dosas I got the chance to write this dosa batter post. πŸ˜€ Thanks to him. πŸ˜› Do try this recipe to get perfect crispy dosas and let me know your feedbacks. πŸ™‚
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Serves 11-12 Dosas
Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 Cup idli rice/ parboiled rice or sona masoori rice
  • 1/2 Cup urad dal
  • 1 Tbsp chana dal
  • 1/2 Tsp fenugreek seeds/ methi seeds
  • 2 Tbsp thick poha
  • Salt as required (non-iodized)

Learn Step By Step Recipe ForΒ Dosa Recipe | How To Make Dosa | Dosa Batter Recipe
Recipe:
Step 1-Β Wash rice thoroughly with water and soak overnight in a bowl. Wash urad dal, fenugreek seeds and chana dal together and soak them together overnight


Before grinding the soaked rice and dal soak thick poha for 15-20mins separately
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Step 2-Β Add the soaked rice and poha to the grinder with little water and grind to a thick and smooth paste. Remove in a large bowl

Step 3-Β Grind the dal with water as needed and grind to a smooth and fluffy and bubbly paste. Add this mixture to the rice paste. Add salt and mix well using your hands


Keep this batter in a warm place and leave overnight. It will take time to ferment depending upon the weather

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Step 4-Β Heat a dosa pan/ tawa until hot enough and grease with few drops of oil. Sprinkle some water. Pour a scoop of dosa batter and spread it evenly in a circular shape

Step 5-Β Drizzle some oil and let it cook until crisp golden brown. Flip and cook from both the sides if you like. And remove on a plate

Serve with chutney and sambhar. πŸ™‚
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