How to make restaurant style cone dosa. Learn how to make cone dosa restaurant style.
This is one of my favourite way of enjoying regular dosa, it is fun and somehow it taste more delicious than normal dosa.
About this Recipe
Cone dosa is a popular South Indian breakfast item. Dosas are typically flat and circular in shape. However, in terms of cone dosa, it resembles a cone, particularly in shape, and thus differs from regular dosa only in technique, despite the fact that the taste of both is the same. A dosa is a thin (usually crispy) South Indian flat bread made from a fermented batter primarily composed of lentils and rice. Rice and black gram are the main ingredients, which are ground together in a fine, smooth batter with a dash of salt and fermented.
Hope you give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you.
Ingredients for Cone Dosa Recipe :
Dosa Batter :
Dosa batter is a readily available batter used to make dosas from
urad dal, raw rice, and parboiled rice. These are soaked before being
ground into a batter that is fermented. Dosas are a popular South
Indian breakfast served throughout India.
When sugar caramelises on high heat, it browns the bottom of the
Dosa. You don't have to worry about batter proportions or
consistency with this secret trick.
How to Make Restaurant Style Cone Dosa Recipe
- Dosa Batter - 2 cups
- Sugar - ½ tsp
- Water as needed
- Oil or ghee as needed
- Take batter, sugar in a bowl. Add little water if the batter too thick. Mix well.
- Heat a dosa pan and spread batter thinly and evenly.
- Drizzle with oil or ghee all over it.
- Cut it at a radius and start rolling it.
|Take your dosa batter (RECIPE HERE)|
You are boon for people like us who want real flavours with little fuss. Such a beautiful explanation and display of recipes. Tried Bachelor sambhar recipe, came out to be wonderful.
My questions please do reply what kind of tawa one should use to make dosas. I find it very hard to make dosa because it sticks to the tawa. You are using colourful tawa which looks like non stick and metal spoon friendly too. Solution please.
Thanks aarthi for this idea. Yesterday I made this & my son totally luvd it...
@paras dilawariyes i used nonstick, normally making dosa in iron tawa is great, i use them to make dosa normally, but for taking pics i use this.