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Mar 23, 2012

Sponge Dosa / Super Soft Dosa – Dosa Recipes


I am up with another week of Blogging Marathan with a new theme, this week theme is going to be 7 days of dosa recipes..I can see many of your faces are smiling..I know the reason, Dosa is a saviour of us all time…When my mother have no time to cook or have nothing in our house(except dosa batter), she will quickly ruzzle up some hot crispy dosa and some coconut chutney..How good is that…I really like dosa a lot, but I always want it to be different. I don’t like to have the boring dosa always..Sometimes I make onion dosa,  tomato dosa with some crushed pepper on top(YUM YUM), vegetable dosa and many more..i am planning to post all sorts of dosa soon..So keep checking on..
 
Now coming to todays recipe, it is going to be sponge dosa..Yes which is entirely new to me when I heard about this first..But now we make it often at home..This is a soft porous dosa which stays soft for a long time..This taste great with spicy coconut chutney or tomato chutney..Hope u like it and let me know what you think..I am sending this recipe to Blogging Marathan Day 1 under the theme Seven Days of Dosa Recipes
 
Recipe Source: Raks Kitchen

Ingrediants:

Rice – 2 cup
Aval / Poha – ¼ cup
Buttermilk / More – 4 cups
Baking Soda – ½  tsp
Salt to taste
Oil for frying

Method:

Soak rice, poha in buttermilk overnight. In the morning add it to the blender, (if there is lots of buttermilk left please drain it, a little amount is not a problem).

Blend it into a smooth paste. Add enough water to make into smooth batter. The batter should be little bit thinner than the dosa batter.

Now add in salt and baking soda and mix well.

Heat a pan. Try to use non stick. Pour a ladleful of the batter in it, don’t spread the batter..It will spread automatically.

Drizzle some oil around the sides. Cover it with a tight fitting lid and let it cook for a min.

Now there will be small holes formed over the top. Remove and Serve..

Notes:
If there is no holes formed, add some more baking soda or check if the batter is thick..If it is thick add some water and adjust the consistency.


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Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
Take rice and poha in a bowl
add buttermilk over it
Cover with a lid and let it rest overnight
In the morning it will be all foamed up and well soaked
transfer it to a blender..If there is lot of buttermilk,drain some off..
and make into a smooth puree
transfer to a bowl and adjust the consistency by adding some water
add salt and baking soda
and mix well
Pour a ladleful of batter over a hot tawa..Don't spread it...Drizzle some oil
Cover with a lid and let it steam
till cooked
Serve with any Spicy Chutney


Check out all the Dosa recipes and Chutney Recipes I have in my Blog..Click on the images for Recipe..

Dosa recipes
Chutney recipes

44 comments:

The Pumpkin Farm said... Best Blogger Tips

I went straight to the fridge to check for buttermilk, am making this as soon as tomorrow morning, lovely recipe

Chef Mireille said... Best Blogger Tips

another one to add to my dosa learning journey

Mireille
http://gourmetglobal.blogspot.com

vaishali sabnani said... Best Blogger Tips

Aarthi..love the end product..looks super spongy and yum..specially with that chutney!

Mirage Creations said... Best Blogger Tips

This looks really delicious. I love the way you have explained it all with the photographs. So much easier to understand the recipe.

Sharmilee! :) said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow looks so soft and yummy

the mad said... Best Blogger Tips

I love this dosa.and the chutney Aarti what is taht

Dining Alone said... Best Blogger Tips

looks unique and tasty!

Jayanthi said... Best Blogger Tips

Very nice Aarthi. Looks delicious.

Lyndsey said... Best Blogger Tips

I have not seen this kind of dosa before, it looks good I would love to try it. I should look into this dosa marathon...I've made crispy dosa, soft mung bean dosa and quinoa dosa before. I can't wait to see seven days of dosa.

Jayashree said... Best Blogger Tips

The dosas look super soft and delicious, Aarthi....

Santosh Bangar said... Best Blogger Tips

wow simple easy and result is fabulous

maha said... Best Blogger Tips

this looks really delicious n very new also....loved it....
Maha

Prabha Mani said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow..wonderful soft dosai !!Loved your platter :)

ANU said... Best Blogger Tips

v nice...and yummy dosa

Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi said... Best Blogger Tips

Oooo..love the spongy dosa!

vrinda said... Best Blogger Tips

Nice spongy dosa..sounds like set dosas..yummmmm

Rasi said... Best Blogger Tips

Super spongy.. my dosa is similar with tad variation in batter :)

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Meena said... Best Blogger Tips

oh wow so this is what sponge dosa is

these i found in stores here very soft soft dosa
wud love to try this and the pics u put make it even more yummy

Archana Vivek said... Best Blogger Tips

Delicious and looks so soft

Kalyani said... Best Blogger Tips

nice and soft.. I made this one for BM too :)


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Mélange said... Best Blogger Tips

Superb !! I am new to this recipe.The addition of poha makes it soft more I guess...Love to grab some .

Hamaree Rasoi said... Best Blogger Tips

Delicious looking dosa. Wish I was there to get a taste of it.

Deepa
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Srivalli said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks really so soft!..good one..looking forward to all your dosa recipes!

A Kamalika Krishmy said... Best Blogger Tips

Dosa looks very soft and white ...the chutney looks slurpy ..

Katerina said... Best Blogger Tips

This dosa looks super delicious and can accompany many beautiful dishes!

faseela said... Best Blogger Tips

awesome dosha....yum

Mamatkamal said... Best Blogger Tips

It looks delicious and cute with all those lovely holes!
Cheers

Ms.Chitchat said... Best Blogger Tips

Very interesting dosa recipe. Looks really spongy.

Nitha said... Best Blogger Tips

That one looks so soft and delicious..

Rajani S said... Best Blogger Tips

Such soft and delicious dosas!

veena krishnakumar said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow!!That looks super soft.

Preeti Garg said... Best Blogger Tips

@veena krishnakumaragree with veena ji

VineelaSiva said... Best Blogger Tips

The dosa looks very yummy .

Cool Lassi(e) said... Best Blogger Tips

Lovely Sponge Dosa recipe. My MIL makes this too.

Hemavathi Murari said... Best Blogger Tips

bookmarked. lovely tempting dosa with chutney.

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Suma Gandlur said... Best Blogger Tips

They look sper spongy as the title says. :)

Jayasri Ravi said... Best Blogger Tips

I make this too., My kids love it.., but I use a little less buttermilk

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

looks great. Which rice have u used? puzhungal or patchai

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@AnonymousI used Puzhungal rice

SirisFood said... Best Blogger Tips

I tried this today n it came out veryyyyyy spongy..Thanks

DEEPTHY said... Best Blogger Tips

is this dosa nd set dosa is same????

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@DEEPTHYNo Set dosa is different from this

Arya Dev said... Best Blogger Tips

Raw rice or idly rice ??

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@Arya DevI used plain idly rice