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1. To make the spicy red paste for the dosa spread, blend corn flour, ginger and garlic paste, curry powder and half measures of oil and water. Mix and set aside.
2. In a pan, apply oil for frying.
3. Take 1 big spoon of the dosa... - 87.7065
Masala Dosa is most popular South Indian dish. It is salty, spicy and yummy. Generally served with shambhar and coconut chutney. Enjoy it as breakfast or any other meal. - 54.6257
Wheat Grain Dosa
I. Batter Preparation:
Soak the wheat grains for three to four hours. You can even soak it in water overnight for next day breakfast. The grains should be soft and easy to grind into a smooth batter.Drain the excess water. Add the red chillies,asafoetida and... - 30.6251
South Indian light,low calory, crispy and tasty.. - 45.1085
Rava Dosa And Chutney
Mix rice flour, maida and rava with salt. Add enough water to make a thick batter without forming lumps.
Add chopped onion, cilantro and green chillies, add more water and make a thin batter of buttermilk consistency.
Heat oil in a pan and add cumin seeds.... - 47.8189
Urad Rice Dosa
Soak dal, rice and fenugreek seeds for about 3 hours.
Wash and grind it to thick paste and allow to ferment overnight (approximately 12 hrs).
Next day add salt and enough water to make it a medium thick batter.
Heat a pan, pour a laddle full of batter... - 37.9916
1. Soak rice and gram separately.
2. Grind rice coarsely and gram to a smooth and fluffy consistency.
3. Mix together. Leave to ferment overnight.
4. Add salt and lukewarm water to form a pouring consistency.
5. Heat griddle.
6. Grease lightly with gingelly... - 35.3679
Soak urad dal, rice, chana dal and fenugreek seeds for 4 hours.
Then grind to a smooth paste. Let it ferment for about 12 hours.
Now add salt and mix well. If necessary add a bit of water to make it a medium thick batter.
Heat a pan and prepare... - 47.8181
Urad Rava Dosa
Soak black gram dal for about 4-5 hours
Wash and grind it to a thick paste and allow to ferment overnight. (approximately 12 hrs)
Add the rava and salt. Add enough water to make a medium thick batter.
Prepare dosas and serve with coconut chutney or sambar. - 30.1987
1. Mix together buttermilk and flour and set aside for 1/2 to 1 hour.
2. Add salt and more water to form a pouring batter (dosa batter).
3. Heat 60 gm. fat. Add chopped green chillies, ginger, curry leaves and mustard seeds.
4. When the seeds crackle, pour... - 39.5822
1. Soak gram and rice separately for about 8 hours.
2. Grind rice coarsely and gram to a smooth, light and frothy paste.
3. Grind green chillies to a smooth paste.
4. Mix together rice, split black gram, green chillies, sugar and salt.
5. Stir well and leave... - 42.6955
Masala Dosa With Chutney
Masala Dosa - A delight from down south! Make this delicious South Indian Dosa with this recipe. Masala Dosa is famous all over the world for it's taste, size and the uniqueness. Originally coming from the Mysore in Karnataka, it has become popular among all... - 38.81
Put both the rice in bowl and soak it in water atleast for 2 hours.
Then grind rice with sorekai ,chilli and salt in Grinder or Mixie.
Keep the grinded mixture atleast for 1-2 hour.
Make dosa with the batter and serve hot with coconut chutney.
You can... - 29.3084
Dosa With Potato Stuffing
Are you looking for Dosa With Potato Stuffing recipe? It is a staple food of south India which has now gained popularity the world over. Indulge yourself in this Dosa With Potato Stuffing as a Main Dish. Try this recipe and let me know what comes to your mind... - 48.3682
Spicy Rava Dosa
Rava dosa is a special South Indian dish. The curry leaves give a special flavor to this dish. Here we can learn how to make a spicy Rava dosa. - 0
Neer dosa is one of the famous dosa from Dakshin Kannada and Udupi district. Neer means water in Kannada and tulu. This goes well with sambar or chutney or ravo (Melted jaggery to which either powdered cardamom or coconut is added). Its called as neer dosa... - 39.3116
Gothambu dosa or wheat crepe is a healthier version of ari uzhunnu dosa (rice dosa) and it usually served for breakfast. This dosa is a boon to diabetics, who are told to avoid rice dosas in order to stay healthy. - 32.5522
Mysore Masala Dosa - Start To Finish
Won't you like to prepare Mysore masala dosa at home and amaze your family? Watch this excellent, step-wise video that demonstrates how to make this delicious crispy dosa in your kitchen. The host here explains the recipe so well with great tips for a perfect... - 89.3653
Rava Dosa Making Made Easier
Rava dosa is probably one of Karnataka's most loved breakfast item. These rava dosas are very thin, crisp and light and can actually be had at any time of the day. Watch the video to learn how to make the batter to prepare perfect rava dosa. - 82.5579
Delicious Wheat Dosa With Special Dal Chutney
Looking for a quick recipe to prepare on a busy day? Well this video might just come handy. Delicious Wheat Dosa with Special Dal Chutney is an easy recipe since the dosa batter does not need any fermentation. Dal chutney makes for an excellent accompaniment... - 119.709
If pancakes are your weakness, you are definitely going to dig on this Rice pancake. Made from a batter prepared from uncooked rice, cooked rice and a few Indian spices, Rice pancake makes for a very healthy dish. You can even use leftover rice for it. Serve... - 98.5018
1. Soak and drain rice. Grind well. Add flour and broken pieces of jaggery with enough water to make a batter of pouring consistency.
2. Add grated coconut and mix well. Heat pan. Spread a tsp. of ghee over. Pour batter and spread lightly. Turn carefully.... - 28.3694
Often called as doshas, these crispy, wafer thin golden beauties are as much a treat to eyes as they are for palate! Easy to make and less guilty to binge, dosa is one of the most loved breakfast items at my home. Have it with coconut or onion chutneys,... - 34.9083
Dosa Green Chutney
Dosa Green chutney is a very easy, tasty and quick dish for an ideal indian style breakfast. Try and enjoy!! - 46.6759
Aapam ( Dosa ) Making Made Easier
If you are looking for healthy and wholesome breakfast ideas, try making these aapams. Are they dosas? No, these Kerala style aapams are like dosas but are so light and fluffy that you can eat a plate full of them. This video shows how to make authentic... - 83.0565
Idli & Dosa Part 1 A South Indian Treat
What can be a healthier way to kick-start your day than fluffy idlis and yummy dosas? Chef Bhal Dave tells you how to make fluffy idlis and crispy dosas easily. The best thing about these South Indian snacks is that they pack in fewer calories and can be... - 85.4005
Idly & Dosa Part 2
If you are looking for yummy accompaniments to complement your idlis and dosas, then your search ends here. Chef Bhal Dave, in this continuation video, gives you two easy-to-make chutneys that can be prepared in a snap. Spicy, tasty, and totally tantalizing... - 84.5928
Idli & Dosa Part 3
If you have failed to make restaurant-like perfect dosas at home, then this video is likely to come to your rescue. Chef Bhal Dave whips up delicious, flavorful potato filling for dosas that is likely to tickle your taste buds. Just follow his instructions to... - 73.5723
Onam Special - Pesarattu
Pesarattu is like a dosa, but not a dosa!!
It can be eaten both as a snack and at breakfast. Pesarattu is a crepe-like bread made with green grams, typically eaten with various chutneys, which south India has to offer. Pesarattu is not just a keralite delight... - 46.8372
An easy sambhar recipe that is sure to make cooking this popular South Indian dish very simple. Sambhar is a combination of lentils and vegetables cooked with the traditional Indian condiments and spices. The sambhar is the perfect accompaniment for your... - 30.89
1. In a grinder add all the ingredients and grind to a paste with very little water.
2. Serve with dosa. - 36.4762
This is a basic coconut chutney usually served along with dosas.idlis,utthapams etc... - 40.3443
Coconut Chutney is south indian Chutney.This Chutney can be served with Idli, Vada and Dosa. - 35.1056
Urad Dal & Coconut Chutney
Want to get the flavors of South India even if you stay away from the land? Try easy to make Indian cuisines like urid dal & coconut chutney with Bhal Dave as he glides his way with expertise. - 75.7672
1. Grind coconut, red chilli and tamarind paste by adding 1/2 a cup of water to a smooth paste.
2. Add salt and add 1/4 cup of water to make it a bit thin.
3. Heat 2 tbsp oil and add mustard seeds.
4. When they splutter add curry leaves and... - 35.9583
Spicy Coconut Chutney
Chef Manjula is making a Spicy Coconut Chutney or a Spicy Indian Coconut dip in her kitchen. For those who are not aware, it’s a very popular dish in South India and enjoyed with Indian snacks and breakfast dishes. So if you cook Indian food regularly, this... - 129.46
Onam Sadhya Ada Pradhaman
"Pradhaman" in Malayalam means number one, and it is so for a good reason ! Unlike its counterparts 'payasm' or 'kheer', ada pradhaman is made elaborately using a variety of ingredients on the occasion of Onam Sadhya , a banquet arranged for the celebration... - 144.938
I got one fresh coconut from my garden and prepared Naralachi Chutney as side dish for breakfast with dosa.To get nice green color to the chutney i have added lemon juice in it.You can also use this naralachi chutney for sandwich. - 0
Chutney Powder Making Made Easier
Chutney powder is a must have condiment in south Indian houses. Watch the video to know how to make this spicy and flavorful mixture to serve with idlis and dosa. - 77.1678
This Madras Chutney is my favorite with Idlis, dosas and other south Indian Breakfast items. Just try this spicy dip yourself and tell me if you like it ! This Madras Chutney is a Chennai favorite ! - 35.2095
Rose Cookies has a delicious taste. Rose Cookies gets its taste from maida mixed with coconut and sugar. Rose Cookies is inspired by many bakeries worldwide. - 38.7497
Indian Brinjal Chutney
This spicy and tangy brinjal chutney is something different from regular coconut or dosa chutney. It makes a good accompaniment with dosa, idly, uttapa. - 111.328
Til Chi Chutney
A quick and easy chutney to make for lunch.Til chi chutney can be eaten with idli or dosa also.Combination of desiccated coconut with til makes this dish very tasty. - 0
Maharashtrian Tandlache Ghavan
Quick and easy breakfast recipe. No need to spend a hours and hours to make dosa batter. Tastes great with Coconut Chutney! - 99.107
Paruppu Urappu Adai
Paruppu urappu adai is a tasty, hot, spongy pancake. Its a exact stomach-filling healthy breakfast for a good change. Enjoy!! - 47.1921
Tomato Gojju / Tomato Chutney
Blanch tomatoes and peel off the skin. Dice them roughly.
Heat a pan and add grated coconut. Saute till most of the water evaporates.
Combine everything in a blender and grind to a smooth paste. Do not add any water.
[Goes well with neer dosa... - 36.9576
Tricolor South Indian Breakfast
• Soak rice, fenugreek seeds, and udad dal for 4 to 5 hours.
• Grind it to a thick idli/dosa batter consistency.
• Allow the batter to ferment overnight.
• Puree carrots and spinach separately.
• Divide the batter into 3 parts.
• Add carrot puree... - 0
Adai, the way I make it, is packed with protein and makes an excellent snack, school-lunch and an equally good meal. It can be served with Coconut Chutney, Butter, Sambar or for some, Jaggery! It is quick to make and unlike Dosa, it does not require as much... - 55.5488
Uttapam-rice Crepes With Vegetables
In a mood to have South Indian food, then you must try this recipe. Chef bhavna shows how to make the uttapam . They are so yummy and easy to make. You can serve them with hot sambhar and chutney. So do try out the recipe and surely watch the video. - 99.0462
Potato Bhaji / Indian Stuffing (aaloo Bhaji)
Indian recipe video - Learn how to make stuffing for Masala dosa with potatoes. This is a simple recipe for potato bhaji South Indian style with boiled potatoes and spices. It goes well with plain dosa or as a side dish with parantha/naan/roti. - 0
These Sweet Crepes are such an excellent and delectable choice for breakfast as well as brunch or mid-day munch! Made using whear flour and grated coconut, this Sweet Crepes is sweetened using jaggery, thus making it a very healthy breakfast choice. I love... - 36.7995
Tandalache Ghavan is a quick and easy breakfast recipe to be made. You can make these ghavan both thick or thin as per choice.It goes well with coconut chutney. - 27.0629
I got a bunch of fresh pudina/mint leaves from market and prepared Pudina Chutney for idli/dosa,our last weeks breakfast.I sometimes use it as a spread for sandwich as well. - 0
Potato song is one of the famous dish among the konkani community in the southern part of Karnataka. Using coconut oil gives an added taste to this wonderful dish. You can serve this dish with any type of dosa or idli or as a side dish with rice along with... - 42.0372
Tiffin Sambar (mung Dal) - South Indian Lentils
The mung dal sambar is often served for breakfast along with idlis , topped with ghee if you like ....yummmm .This sambar strikes perfect combination with dosas,idli,pongal and hence also is known as tifffen sambar. Have a look how to prepare this. - 118.61
Sambhar / Indian Curry
Learn how to make this delicious and healthy South Indian curry using Lentils (urad/arhar/toor dal) and vegetables. This curry soup is best enjoyed with Dosa (dosai), Idlis or rice. You can store it in fridge for upto 5 days or freeze it for upto 3 months. - 0
Ash Gourd Skin Chutney
Heat the oil in a pan and place the mustard seeds in it.
When the seeds start to splutter put in the Fenugreek seeds, green chillies, sesame seeds and the turmeric and asafoetida.
Then add the chopped ash gourd peels and stir fry for about 5 minutes, adding a... - 38.1535
Raw Mango Chutney
1. peel and chop the mango. Grind it to a smooth paste along with coconut, green chilli and salt.
2. Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds. When they crackle, add asafoetida and pour it over the ground chutney.
3. Serve as a side dish with rice or can also... - 38.2397
Garlic And Curry Leaves Chutney Powder
1. Roast garlic, curry leaves, red chillies without oil on a pan
2. Leave tamarind on hot pan till it is warm( use a seedless and cleaned tamarind).
3. Take garlic, curryleaves, tamarind, salt and red chillies in a blender. Blend them to a coarse mix. Remove... - 37.4828
This Khandvi tastes simply incredible ! I simply love these gram flour rolls with irresistible seasonings for a snack ! Try this Khandvi for a snack and let me know if you like it ! - 42.2605
Avare Kaalu Kootu /surti Lilva Kootu
Heat little oil and roast urad dal, chana dal, coriander seeds, pepper, jeera, methi seeds, khus khus, white til and dry red chillies.
Grind to a smooth paste with freshly grated coconut, diced onion, garlic cloves, tamarind paste, jaggery (optional) and ½... - 46.0706
A delicious chicken sookha recipe for all you foodies out there. Chicken cooked with coconut and South Indian spices is a never fail recipe to a wonderful chicken preparation. Enjoy it with any of the Indian breads or rice. - 41.9481
Cluster Beans Curry
Frist wash and chopp finely Cluster Beans and keep aside.
Now in a kadai put Oil,when it is hot add Mustard seeds allow to splutter.
Then add Onion fry till golden brown.
Add tomato ,Cluster Beans and fry till tomato is soft and Cluster Beans are well... - 47.4739
Carrots Beans Poriyal / Indian Vegetarian
Indian recipe video - Learn how to make Carrots and Beans fry South Indian style popularly called carrots and beans poriyal. This delicious and healthy Indian vegetarian side dish is very flavorful and easy to make. You can also use garam masala to make this... - 0
There are many variations to this recipe. You can substitute lobiya with Rajma or white beans or black beans. And you can also substitute potatoes with spinach or Chinese spinach. - 45.3078
Easy Chicken Curry
This is so fast and easy to make,you won't believe how good it tastes.Just follow the simple steps.Its best when the gravy is watery and dipped in hot idly(prefer calling it the indian short cake). The idly just melts in the mouth with the juicy gravy. - 44.3608
Curry from Karnataka which goes well with all kind of Indian breads or dosas. But its a best accompaniment for puris. For Puri recipe, follow the link below:
http://www.ifood.tv/recipe/puri_bhaji - 47.7033
Tri-colour Chutney Combo
For Tomato Chutney:
1. Heat a pan with oil and once it is heated, add urad dhal, mustard seeds and curry leaves.
2. Add chopped tomatoes and sauté them for two minutes.
3. Add chili powder and salt and sauté the tomatoes until they are completely... - 0
Homemade Rice Sevai (rice Noodles)
A popular south indian rice noodle made using an extruder in a traditional way. Sevai is often flavoured with Lemon, Tamarind, Tomato, Coconut, etc. and tastes best when served warm. Popular accompaniments for plain sevai are sweetened coconut milk,... - 35.1525
Tangy Pudina Chutney
Pudina chutney is probably one of the most popular accompaniment to Indian snacks and starters and is substitute for tomato sauce. Watch the video to learn how to make South Indian Style spicy pudina chutney made with roasted dal and spices and fresh... - 79.7478
1. In a pan, heat oil, fry green chili, red chili, chopped onions until light brown.
2. Add garam masala, sambar powder, salt, tomato paste and fry for 5 minutes continously.
3. Add 1/2 cup water, grated coconut and mix well for 2 minutes.
4. Gradually... - 82.6826
This dish goes well with puttu(steamed rice cake), chappathi(indian bread), appam(hoppers), dosa(south indian crêpe) and idli. - 43.1121
Sambar (south Indian)
1 For the sambar powder: in a grinder jar, combine 4 tbsps coriander seeds, 12 black peppercorns, 6 whole red chillies and 1/2 fresh coconut; grind until powdered.
2 In two bowls, soak tamarind and kukum separately.
3 In a pan, cook arhar dal... - 46.4318
Ash Gourd Sambar
Cook the dal till soft and set aside.
Skin the ash gourd and preserve skins for use in chutney.
Chop off the soft portion of the ash gourd and reserve for use in soups.
Chop the rest of the gourd into 1 inch cubes.
Soak the tamarind in a cup of water and... - 42.4854
Special Kerala-style Sambar
Someone who is not from Kerala is sure to ask “What is so special about Kerala Sambar?” The answer you are likely to get from someone who is from Kerala is “It’s different from the from the typical Sambars made in the other South Indian states.”... - 122.466
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