Dosas/ Indian crepes are South Indian delicacy and a staple food in South India also a must-have breakfast for Deepavali. But I haven’t come across a single Indian who doesn’t like dosas. They are ridiculously delicious and can be enjoyed any time of the day – be it breakfast , lunch , dinner or mid day snack. Dosas are quite famous among the non – indians too . Restaurants worldwide have these beautiful Indian crepes on their menu and its very popular by everyone. They are made various ways and comes with fillings too and are considered healthy and appetizing. A very light snack and easy to digest. Dosas can be served along with chutney and sambar. Goes well with a cup of coffee too. Yummy and enjoy cooking!!
The famous South Indian Dosa / Thosai is made with fermented batter of rice and urad dal. A good dosa should be spongy and crisp on the outside, and white and soft on the inside. Serve with coconut chutney and also goes well with chicken or mutton curry. Yummy yum!
Preparation 10 mins
Cooking 30 mins
Nutrition per Serving
Steps to Prepare
Step 1 of 5
- 2 cup rice
- 1 tsp fenugreek seeds
- 1 cup black gram dhal
Preparation: Soak dhal and fenugreek together and rice separarely for 4/5 hours After washing grind to form a loose batter you can add more water to get the required consistency. Keep the batter overnight to ferment.
Step 2 of 5
Batter after fermenting. Heat a tava or griddle pour one ladle full of batter and spread it as thin as possible to make thin and crisp dosas.
Step 3 of 5
You can apply a few drops of oil on the edges of the dosa to give it a better taste. Goes well with coconut chutney.
Step 4 of 5
- 2 fresh chilli (red)
- 1 cup grated coconut
- 1 yellow onion(s)
- 1 cup coriander
- 3 cm ginger
Prepare Coconut Chutney for the Dosa / Tosai. Blend red or green chillies, shredded coconut, onion, a handful of coriander leaves, thumb-sized ginger and salt to taste.
Step 5 of 5
In a pan, heat oil over low temperature to temper mustard seeds, curry leaves and dried chillies fragrant. Then, add all ingredients into the blended mixture. Squeeze some lemon juice to taste.
Published: October 13, 2019
There seams to be no reply from your question, 2 Rice would be 2 cups (1 cup= 250gms) thats why when adding the water you may need more or less to get the right consistency to make your batter, Vinnie
Hello! You state 2 rice but what is the quantity e actly in weight. Thank you.