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Brown Rice And Lentil Dosa / Adai
South Indians on a low-carb diet need not give up their favorite dosa. You can substitute with this protein and iron rich Adai dosa recipe. This crispy crepe made with a combination of lentils and brown rice is a popular breakfast and snack dish in Tamil Nadu... - 114.681
Crispy Dosa - Rice And Lentil Crepes
Those fond of South Indian cuisine will really enjoy eating these dosas. The chef shows how to make the batter. You can serve the dosa with chutney and hot sambhar. You can use any type of filling for the dosa. Do watch the video as Chef Bhavna explains the... - 99.9345
Crispy Dosa - Part 2 - Making Of Crispy Dosa
All those who saw part 1 of the video will now finally learn how to prepare the dosa. This is the review for part 2 of the video. I hope you watched Part 1. You can use any filing for the dosa, like cheese, potato or whatever you like. I suggest that you... - 93.5187
Dosa - Part 1 - Making Of Dosa Batter
If you are keen on making a famous South Indian cuisine, then do try this. It's a mouth watering dosa. This is the review for Part 1 of the video. In this part the chef shows how to make the dosa batter by blending all the ingredients. You should follow... - 92.7924
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... - 89.5938
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... - 75.617
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... - 74.5926
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... - 74.4521
Dosa Green Chutney
Dosa Green chutney is a very easy, tasty and quick dish for an ideal indian style breakfast. Try and enjoy!! - 46.6866
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... - 44.5251
1)Soak dal and rice overnight and then grind them together into a batter of frothy pour consistency.
2)Add the baking powder and salt and mix thoroughly. Leave t it for some 30 minutes.
3)Take a griddle and heat on a medium heat.... - 42.7856
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... - 42.2353
Masala Dosa Stuffing
1)In a pan, heat ghee and add mustard seeds. Let them splatter.
2)Add turmeric, onion, potatoes and the curry leaves. Saute until soft.
3)Add salt and chili powder, mix it. Cover the pan and cook for about 5 minutes until all the ingredients are well... - 39.4886
Pick over the urid dhaal and discard any stones or twigs.
Soak the rice and dhaal for at least 3 hours, then grind smoothly.
Add water to give a batter-like consistency.
If using ground rice and urid dhaal flour - or dosa flour - just mix with water to a... - 38.8213
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... - 37.9772
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... - 36.4028
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... - 35.172
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,... - 35.0308
An easy to prepare Dosa recipe. You will need a grinder or blender to make the batter. - 0
South Indian Pesarattu
Pesarattu is a crepe like bread that is unique mainly to the Telugu cuisine, but overtime has been a constant breakfast item in many parts of South India. It is light and tasty. - 0
Plain Set Dosa
This is another form of dosa. It is more common in homes than restaurants. It is soft and smaller than the paper crisp dosa. Usually it is served in pair, the reason for it being called as set dosa. - 0
Masala Podi Dosa
Dosa is high in protein and carb. It is very healthy and easy to digest. It is generally served with coconut chutney and sambhar. It can be made crispy or soft as per one’s liking. - 0
Arachu Vacha Dosa (dosa Without Fermentation)
This is not a typical fermented dosa. This recipe is made from freshly ground batter. So it is mildly sweet and with the flavor of coconut and cumin. This is for anyone who loves dosas but is not fond of the fermented taste. - 0
Our family is a crisp lover and this crispy, crunchy dosa is one of our family favorite. It goes perfect as a weekend breakfast, lunch, brunch, dinner or even late dinner snack. So enjoy this another all time favorite snacks. - 0
Neer Dosa - Soft Dosa No Fermentation Required - Indian Breakfast
Unlike the regular dosa, Neer Dosa doesn’t need much soaking time, cooking time and fermentation time. So, you can have it whenever you are in a mood for it. The texture is smooth and very soft, they melt in your mouth. Even kids enjoy this Neer Dosa. Serve... - 0
Mysore Masala Dosa - Indian Breakfast
Mysore masala Dosa is a very popular south indian breakfast recipe. Usually Dosa is served with chutney and/or sambar to the side. But for Mysore Masala Dosa a spicy red chutney is applied on the crispy crepe to make it even more tasty. - 0
Steam Sponge Dosa
1. In a bowl, put the washed rice, poha and buttermilk. Soak it overnight.
2. Drain any excess buttermilk and grind it to a smooth batter similar to the dosa batter but a little runnier. Transfer it into a large bowl.
3. Add salt to... - 0
How To Make Dosas At Home
I really enjoy South Indian food and sometimes make Dosa's at home. They are so yum..a bit of work to make batter from scratch but so worth it. Next time, you have some time on your hands on the weekend perhaps, try this tasty Indian Savory crepe in the... - 0
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