Many of you have been asking for health and diet recipes. So I have started making healthy dishes which I often won’t do..So thanks guys for asking me...
Ok..When you are up against stress and tension and have no time to cook anything, our lovable dosa or idli comes in handy..
But sometimes it makes us so bore when we have same dish again and again..So lets have a small variation in our traditional dosa recipes..This Dosa is a instant variety,so you can whip up this any night of the week..I have one more instant dosa recipe in my blog which is Instant Oats Dosa..
As you all know that ragi is good for diabetics..It controls your blood sugar level and keeps it in balance..I will post many more ragi dishes soon, so wait for it.
I hope you love it and off you go to the step by step recipe with pictures.
This recipe goes to the event Healthy Cooking Challenge from Edible Entertainment which is originally started by Smita..
Ragi flour-1 cup
Rice flour-2 tblspn ( you can use wheat flour for diabetics patient)
Sour Curd / Sour Yogurt- ½ cup
Water as needed
Salt to taste
Add all ingrediants in a mixing bowl and pour in enough water to make a smooth batter(Not so thick batter, it should be little bit watery)..
Heat a non stick tawa and spread a ladleful of this batter on that..
Spread it thin or thick as per your taste...If you make it thin, you will get crispy dosa..If you make it thick, you will get spongy dosa..
Drizzle some oil around the edges and cook for a min..Flip it over and cook on other side too..
Remove and serve hot with chutney or sambar.
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|Take all your ingrediants|
|take ragi flour in a mixing bowl|
|add in rice flour in this|
|season with some salt|
|pour in curd|
|make it into a thin batter|
|heat a non stick tawa|
|take a ladleful of batter|
|pour it on the tawa..|
|spread it thinly...Cook on one side first..|
|flip it over and cook on other side too|
|Serve it with chutney or sambar|
|I served it with some idli podi|