Mar 28, 2012

Wheat Jaggery Pancakes Recipe / Kothumai Inipu Dosa Recipe / Vella Dosa Recipe


When we were little kids. We always used to annoy amma asking her to make something for evening snacks..But amma was so consicious about our health, so she never deep fries anything. Instead she make this sweet pancakes for us. She used to make this with pure homemade ghee which amma makes at home. Sometimes she throws some cashews or any nuts in that to make it more healthy and flavourful..As a kid we loved it a lot.Even now my sister ask my mom to make it often. Thinking about this reminds me about my childhood days..



When I was thinking about what dosa to make for today. I thought why not I make this dosa which I growed up with…And I tried it yesterday for dinner, actually I made this for my mother and she totally enjoyed it..The combination of wheat flour and jaggery is perfect in this dosa..I added some rice flour to make the dosa little crispier..You could do this without adding any rice flour too..I hope you will love it for sure ...


Preparation Time : 10 mins

Cooking Time : 2 mins per dosa
Serves : 4 to 5

Ingrediants:


Wheat Flour / Atta - 1 cup
Rice Flour -  1/4 cup 
Jaggery / Sarkarai / Vellam - 1/2 cup Grated
Coconut - 3 tblspn
Cardamom / Yelakai - 3 crushed
Salt a pinch
Ghee / Oil for pan Frying
Water as needed

Method:

Take jaggery in a saucepan and add some water and bring it to a boil Mix well so that the jaggery dissolves in the water. Now strain this mixture through a sieve and allow them to cool down.

Take wheat flour, salt, crushed cardamom, coconut  in a bowl. Add the cooled jaggery water and mix well so that it doesn't form any lump.

Add water slowly and mix well. Make it into a dosa batter.

Now Heat a tawa and make small pancakes out of it, drizzle oil or ghee around the sides, let it cook for a min. Once it is cooked, flip over and cook for 45 sec to 60 sec.


Remove and serve

Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
Take jaggery and water in a sauce pan
melt it
strain it
see the acky stuff in that jaggery..So straining is a must
All done..Allow this to cool down
Take wheat flour, rice flour, salt,
coconut, cardamom in a bowl.
mix well
pour the jaggery water
mix well
it should be like dosa batter consistency
make dosa out of it
drizzle some oil
flip and cook
Serve


32 comments:

  1. Will be good if kids eat this..

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  2. I ma drooling here. I love his dosa Aarthi I am coming over for any meal you serve me but please serve me this.

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  3. Congrats n the pageviews and wishing you many more to come....Wheat sweet dosa is my fav too.....yummy

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  4. this is looking perfect... bookmarking it

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  5. we call it godhambu ada...love it

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  6. yummy sweet dosa...I could eat this like American style pancakes with syrup and I am sure it would be super yummy!

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  7. looks yumm dear..loved ur idea..i think u started dosa`s mela...countless recipes u have..mind blowing...
    Maha

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  8. The dosa looks nice but i am not fan of sweet dosa.

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  9. You made me nostalgic. I used to love them as a kid.

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  10. I also make this kind of dosa !! looks delicious !!

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  11. We too make this. looks nic e!!

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  12. Very tasty dosa, looks delicious..

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  13. Without doubt, my favorite dosa! Every single time I see this, I remember my grandma making this for me. I simply love it :)

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  14. Without doubt, my favorite dosa! Every single time I see this, I remember my grandma making this for me. I simply love it :)

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  15. Without doubt, my favorite dosa! Every single time I see this, I remember my grandma making this for me. I simply love it :)

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  16. first time for me .. thanks so much for sharing .. i am really goining to try this ..

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  17. i have heard of Vella dosa..in fact was planning on doing it but then dropped it..my patti would do it too!

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  18. My mom would makes these. Looks so good

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  19. My mom used to make this dosa pretty much the same way. Lovely evening snack.

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  20. during my childhood days this was often made at home..

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  21. my mom makes these and calls them malpuas :) lovely recipe

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  22. This is sure to be a hit with the kids..

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  23. I have never dared to try this recipe.., My pati used to do this.., I am scared because my kids don't like to sweets much.., that's why I don't have too many sweet recipes in my blog.., May be i should try this sometime with very little batter and check out how it is taken, because I myself don't like too eat sweet dosas :)

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  24. i loved this sweet dosa. when i prepared the way u said, my amma liked it very much. thank you for the receipe

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  25. Can we also add banana to this mixture and we can also make paniyaram out of it right..

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  26. Can I make the batter the previous night to pack lunch for kids the next day?

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