Dec 31, 2011

How to make Paper Roast / How to make Crispy Dosas / Restaurant Dosa Recipe

Dosas are one of the staple dish in our house..Amma don’t make those thick dosa always, because we are not a fan of it.. She makes paper thin dosa always…If you are wondering whether it is difficult to make then check out my post.. You will know how easy it is..

You can check Amma Dosa & Idli Batter right here..This version of dosa batter makes a perfect crispy dosa and soft idlis..

So without any more delay off you go to the recipe…


Homemade Dosa Batter as needed
Oil for pan frying


Heat  a tawa on hight heat and as soon as it gets hot take a ladleful of batter and pour in the center. Not spread it evenly so that it form into round dosa.

Now drizzle some oil on the sides of the dosa and all over the dosa..

Now take a flat spatula and smooth the top of the dosa so that the top stays smooth .

Let it cook for somemore time untill you see a light golden colour around the edges..

Fold into thirds and serve with chutney..

Your homemade dosa batter

Heat a tawa on heat..I used my mum's iron skillet

pour a ladleful in

start spreading

till it is evenly spreaded

drizzle some oil around the edges and center

start to smooth the top

till it is thin and smooth

let it cook till it gets crispy and golden

fold from one edge

and now other side
Serve immediately..


Shilpakiran said... Best Blogger Tips

wish you happy new year .. and tomrow i am preparing dosa .. it looks perfect

Indu said... Best Blogger Tips

The illustrations are very good...!Love crispy dosas myself...

maha said... Best Blogger Tips

wish you happy new year 2 u n ur family aarthi.....

dosa looks so crispy......

Sensible Vegetarian said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks superb. A very Happy New Year to you and your family.

ABD said... Best Blogger Tips

Happy new year to you...the dosa looks delicious.

ping said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow, Aarthi. I took a peek at making the batter and it sure looks pretty tedious to me. And I would think a regular kitchen blender might not get it to be as smooth as it should be.
This looks really good but I think I'll just go to the corner Indian restaurant for my dosas. :D

The Pumpkin Farm said... Best Blogger Tips

Amazing Aarthi, my hubby wants me to visit ur home to learn these ha ha, y would why waste time learnign when i gorge on them myself with u around to cook. Just kidding, your pictorial is good enough to inspire, now next visit to mom's place will flick her iron skillet :)

Biny Anoop said... Best Blogger Tips

aarthi ur blog show ur creative efforts of the skillful hands

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Just a suggestion for better browning of dosa.

Soak methi seeds in water overnight and grind it along with the urad Dhall. The batter rises/ferments better and gives you lovely golden brown dosas.

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi how I love dosas sadly aarthi I am not able to make one it gets messed up as soon as I try to spread it. Can you demonstrate some technique for that. Thanks

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@AnonymousU should never spread dosa on oiled tawa, oil the tawa well and then wipe off the oil with a towel, then spread the dosa it will spread evenly adn crisp up.

Amita Choudhary said... Best Blogger Tips

Bt aarthi how to make batter smooth.. my dosa batter is always been little bit course

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@Amita Choudharygrind urad dal till fluffy and fine and smooth. Rice grind it for longer time, it wont get super smooth, but a little coarse is good too

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

I too face the same problem. As soon as I try to spread the batter it starts to mess up and looks like its boiling. Also my dosas are coming out dry and white. Please give me a solution for this

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@Anonymousi think it is because of too much rice..