Neer Dosa..One of my sweet pregnant viewer asked for this recipe, how can i ignore it, so i tried it immediately and it turned out so good..I made this for breakfast today and with no more delay i am sharing the recipe with you all..
This dosa is similar to my paalada recipe, but it is eggless. And this is so soft, super thin and melt in your mouth. The key to get that right is making the batter super thin. This dosa is best served with spicy tomato chutney or sambar. If you are a non vegetarian, you can serve it with any chicken curry or mutton curry..
Preparation Time : 20 mins
Soaking Time : Overnight
Cooking Time : 45 sec to 1 min per dosa
Serves : 7 to 8
Rice - 2 cup ( I used Doppi Rice )
Fresh Coconut - 3/4 cup grated
Salt to taste
Water around 1 liter or adjust
Oil few tsp for greasing
Wash and soak rice in lots of clean water overnight.
The next morning, drain it and add it to blender along with coconut.
Grind it, once it is half ground, add in some water and grind it into a smooth paste.
Once it is done, pour it in4to a bowl.
Add in salt and mix well. Now add in more water make it into a thin batter, the batter shouldn't coat the back of the ladle, it should be that thin.
Now heat a non stick pan, the pan should have a lid.
Drizzle few drops of oil and wipe it with a paper towel.
Now pour a ladleful of batter and swirl the pan to coat it. The batter should coat the pan in a thin layer. Cover the pan and let it cook for 45 sec to a min till the dosa is cooked.
Once it is cooked, use a spatual to ease the sides, fold the dosa into triangle and store in hot case.
Serve with spicy tomato chutney or sambar..
|Take rice in a bowl and wash it well|
|cover with fresh water|
|leave it to soak overnight|
|it looks like this once soaked|
|add rice to blender|
|add grated coconut|
|grind it well|
|add water and grind again|
|grind till it is smooth|
|pour it into a pot|
|i grinded the second batch too and |
added it to the same pot
|add in some salt|
|look at the consistecy now|
|it is thick and it coats the back of the spoon|
|we want the batter to be super thin, so add water|
|look at the consistency now|
|the batter shouln't coat the back of the spoon|
|batter ready for making dosa|
|Take a nonstick pan|
|find a matching lid for it|
|drizzle some oil in it|
|use a paper towel to season the pan|
|pour a ladleful of batter in it|
|swirl the pan to coat it|
|cover it and cook for 45 sec to a min|
|now fold it|
|store in hot case|
|This is best served with spicy tomato chutney|
|But it equally taste good with sambar|