Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Karacha Maavu dosai / Atta Dosa/ wheat dosa - Blog Hop Wednesday


This time for blog hop Wednesday I am Clubbed with Shalini of Sanctified spaces as my partner this week and I took a lovely recipe from her blog. This recipe we all used to prepare at home. If we don’t have any other option. My mother in law and my mother are fan of this recipe. They often prepare this. I prepared it first time myself by using shalini’s proportion of ingredients. It turned out crispy also. I have seen shalini in bloggers meet, hope she remembers me.Thanks shalini for this nice recipe, hope to see u soon in another bloggers meet. Here we go in to the recipe.

Ingredients
Wheat flour-1 cup
Rava-1 cup
Rice flour-1 cup
Water as required for making batter
Salt to taste
Onions-2or3
Jeera- 1 tbsp
Pepper-1 tsp
Coriander leaves-a handfull
Curry leaves-one or two sprigs
Ginger-a small piece finely cut

For Tadka
Mustard-1 tsp
oil
Green chillies-2 finely chopped

Method
Take a bowl and add in the wheat flour, rava (sooji) and rice flour. Pour water and make a thin paste. Cut onions, coriander leaf, curry leaf and ginger finely, add jeera and pepper,add salt .Mix well with hands .

Now spluttered mustard and green chillies  add the mustard to the batter .Mix well, Now heat the tawa and then take a ladle full of batter and  swish on the left and then in the right. It will form a lovely porous pancake.

Add in the oil in the edge. Turnover and cook for some time and  Now the dosa is ready to serve. 

When the readymade idly batter is out of stock, this recipe comes to the rescue. Side dish for this is any chutneys or idli podi. 

22 comments:

Prathibha said...

very nice n yummy dosa

Priti said...

Looks yum ....good for a lazy day dinner :) ..

Raji said...

The dosa have turned out really well.

divya said...

Super delicious...

Umm Mymoonah said...

Oh! This is so yumm! Love the crispiness in this dosa.

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

wow very tempting dosai,love this crispy and yummy dosai...

Priya Sreeram said...

nice looking dosa and hey I tried Pepper Crackers from ur blog and it turned out very good. We all enjoyed it thoroughly.Cheers & regards !

jeyashrisuresh said...

easy and yummy one. best one to make when we run out of dosa batter

Archana said...

yummy dosa. best morning breakfast.
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Rajani said...

If I was trying this recipe, I would have ended up with Dosa Burji :))). Yours look superb :)

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Nice yummy dosa..

Hyma said...

lovely...they hv come out perfect...

Now Serving said...

a constant standby dosa in my home - we simply LOVE it and it usually ends up being what we order when we visit our woodlands hotels :) nice one!

priya
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Kalyani said...

one of my fav ! and am sure its a tricky dosa to make, unless the ingredients are perfectly measured :-)

yours looks nice n yummy !

Cheers
Kalyani

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pinksrecipediary said...

Nice and healthy dosa

Sanctified Spaces said...

Thank you Divya for trying this recipe out..glad it came out well and you enjooyed it..

Lavanya Selvaraj said...

Nice and simple recipe for a weekday night.

-Lavanya
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Priya said...

Healthy dosas..

Radhika said...

It is not easy to get it right in spite of the simplicity of it and you have done a wonderful job.

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Luv this karaicha Maavu Dosa.U can try this recipe with refined flour also.Luv all ur recipes.Following U.

Nalini's Kitchen said...

dosa looks yummy we do make the same dosa,following you dear,please do drop at my space.
Cheers
Nalini

Priya Sreeram said...

my mom makes this often;looks well done

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