Sunday, 19 August 2012

Set Dosa

Dosa may be one of the most common South Indian dishes but it is also one of the most glorious recipe. This is another variety of dosa with spongy texture and smaller in size that the usual dosa and most importantly this is served as set of 3 or 4.

Set Dosa

Rice flakes – 1 cup
Urad daal – 1 cup
Rice – 4 cups
Baking soda

Wash and soak everything for about 6 hours
Grind it into smooth paste and allow it to get fermented

Mix the batter with salt and a pinch of baking soda. The batter should be bit watery than usual.
Heat a pan. Pour 1 ladle of the batter and spread it little bit, so that it will be bit thick and forms about a 5 inch disc. Sprinkle oil deliberately. Cook only on one side. 

You can serve it with any of your favourite chutney.

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