Instant Makki Atta Dosa Recipe - Yellow Corn Flour Dosa Recipe with step wise pictures.
Makki Atta Dosa which can be made in a jiffy. This crispy delicious dosa taste delicious and is very nutritious too.
Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you.
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Yellow Corn Flour Dosa Recipe
- Makki Atta / Yellow Corn Flour - 1 cup
- Rice Flour - ¼ cup
- Cumin Seeds - 1 tsp
- Salt to taste
- Onion - 1 medium size chopped finely
- Green Chillies - 1 chopped finely
- Coriander Leaves a handful chopped finely
- Water as needed
- Oil for making dosa
- Mix all ingredients except oil to form a thin batter like.
- Now heat a pan, pour in ladleful of batter to form like a thin dosa. Drizzle oil around the edges.
- Cook till golden on one side, flip over and cook.
- Serve with chutney
1)Take yellow corn flour in a bowl.
2)Add in rice flour
3)Add in cumin seeds
4)Add salt to taste
6)Add in chopped onions, coriander leaves and green chillies
8)Mix well to form into a thin batter
9)The batter has to be thin
10)Pour the batter from a height so it forms into a thin dosa like.
11)Drizzle little oil around the sides
12)Flip over and cook
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Hi, I tried making this and my dosa was very bitter... 🙁 Any idea why? Can makka atta be bitter in taste?
no it wont be bitter
People who check for recipe are mostly rookies and hence need exact measurements. "Water as required" doesn't really help.