Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Masala Dosa

Ingredients:

For Dosa/idli Batter

Idli rice -1cup
Whole Urad dal - 1/2cup
Fenugreek seeds -1/2tsp
Cooked rice - 2tbsp
Salt

For Masala

Potato - 2,big
Frozen green peas -1/2cup(optional)
Onion - 2,medium
Ginger,chopped- 1tsp
Green chilli - 2
Mustard seeds - 1/2tsp
Urad dal -1tsp
Chana dal - 1tsp
Turmeric powder
Oil

Method:

How to make idli/dosa batter?
Wash , Soak rice and urad dal separately.Add fenugreek with dal. Soak it for 6 hrs.
First grind rice along with cooked rice.Keep aside.Grind the dal and fenugreek seeds.Make a smooth paste out of it.mix this with ground rice.The batter should not be watery.Ferment for min 8hrs.
Add salt and mix well.

How to make potato masala ?
Boil the potatoes and green peas separately.Mash the potato.
Heat oil in a pan and Splutter mustard seeds.After that add urad dal and chana dal.Mix well till they become golden color.Add ginger,green chillies and sliced onion.Saute well till the onion become translucent.Add turmeric powder and salt.Mix well.Add mashed potato along with green peas.Mix everything well.Switch off the stove.

How to make Masala Dosa?
Heat a non stick Tawa.Pour a ladle of batter when the tawa is very hot and spread it very thin.If you like you can add some oil/ghee on top of it.When the color of the dosa turn golden brown put 2tbsp of potato masala and fold it.Serve hot with your favorite chutney and sambar

32 comments:

  1. That dosa platter looks like from a restuarant around the corner..very nicely done!

    US Masala

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  2. OMG! would love to grab that plate! awesome!

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  3. ahaa what a lovely spread ...ur dosa platter makes me hungry ..yummy...love the chutneys too

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  4. It looks so crispy,would love to have it all

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  5. Enikithu epol venam. njan innu serikkum dosa cravings il erikanu...Eny epol maavu aati athu ferment cheythu epolano...Looks super sree..Sumarairukken...

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  6. Luks simply super.. just perfectly roasted n served :)

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  7. Who wud say no to this crispy masala dosa....just luv it

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  8. Such a yummy looking dosa....looks super crisp n yummy...I make similar kind of batter for paper dosa where as I use different batter specially for masala dosa..If u r interested chk my blog..hope u might like it.

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  9. yummy and crispy dosa and with 3 different chutney! nice click!!

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  10. wow ente fav anithu ketto sree. adipoli ayittundu

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  11. YOur click make me very hungry dear...sooooo awesome n colorful...love your writeup...

    Tasty Appetite

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  12. Yummy n crispy dosa....I am not a masala dosa fan,sounds weird right...?I like them thick...nice presentation....

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  13. Yummy and I am drooling here for my favorite Masa Dosa

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  14. Lovely..yum,Kandittu shahikunilla sree..

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  15. veruthe kothippikathe...i also have to make it soon..

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  16. Sree Njan anngotu varatte. Kothi varunumu. Masala dosa adipoli.

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  17. Entamme, kandittu kothi aayittu vayya...Superb presentation, Sree..

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  18. Woww wat a fabulous click, very tempting masala dosa, makes me hungry..

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  19. Looks so authentic. Reminds me back home. I would love to have a bite with all those sides.

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  20. adipoli... Saravana Bhavan le platter oorma varunnu...

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  21. wow...what a crispy dosa.....very alluring platter...

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  22. OMG! It makes me HUNGRY! Gorgeous and tempting click!

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  23. ayooo, eniku vishakunne....da,enikum vayi kappal oodunne :D

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  24. Masala dosa looks gorgeous, crispy, yummy and tempting. Feel like having it now. Lovely presentation.

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  26. Very interesting and informative blog. I find most of the recipes very familiar as I am also from kannur. Can u pls tell me how mulaku chammanthi (which is pictured along with masala dosa) is made ?? Keep up the good work. All the best.

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  27. hi, very very mouth watering recipe. can have any time of the day, what i really like to know is can you pls add in your 2 chutney recipe that has been included along with the dosa? I'm still a beginner. thanks. once again looks very delicious!!!!

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  28. I was searching for a good masala dosa recipe & your dosa & chutney caught my attention :) Loos reaaaaally tasty!!! I'll be trying it today! So happy to follow you :)

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  29. Thank you for the recipe!I read your blog from Italy! :) Bye :)

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