Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Masala Dosa


Hello Everyone!!! This is my entry for WBB-Combi Breakfasts .I have learnt this from my Mother-in-law. She makes it very tasty. I try my best ,to atleast come closer to her taste. This entry is dedicated to her.
INGREDIENTS For the batter
  1. Maash ki daal(urad daal) 1 cup
  2. Rice flour 2 cups
  3. Salt to taste
  4. Oil as required
For the Masala Boiled Potatoes 4 medium Onion finely chopped 2Tspns Ginger-Garlic paste 1/2Tspn Rai 1/2Tspn Zeera 1/2Tspn Dried Red chillies4 Green chilles 4 Chane ki dal 1Tspn Curry Leaves few Coriander Leaves 1/2 bunch Turmeric powder 1/4th Tspn Lemon(nimbu) Salt to taste Method to prepare the masala
  • Heat 2Tbspns of oil in a kadai and add Onions and fry them to light brown colour and add ginger-garlic paste and keep frying.
  • Add Rai,Zeera,dried red chillies,green chillies,curry leaves and fry for 2mins.
  • Add potatoes,Turmeric powder,Salt and coriander leaves.
  • Fry till the Potatoes start sticking the kadai. Lastly add lemon and switch off the stove after 1minute.
For the dosas
  • Wash maash ki dal for atlesat 3times and soak in water for about 6hours.
  • Grind this to a smooth batter
  • Add Rice flour to it(diluted in water.
  • See that the consistency of the batter is medium thick.
Method for Making the dosas
  • Take a non stick pan and heat it for some time .Take 2 table spoons of batter in a doi(preferably) and make the dosa in a round shape with the help of the doi.
  • When one side turns crispy brown in colour turn to roast the other side to the same colour.
  • Add the prepared stuffing in the middle of the dosa and serve hot .
RECOMMENDED COMBINATION:
Achaar and coconut ki chutney

6 comments:

obaid said...

This reminded me of Taj Mahal Dosa!! Was crispy and tasty..

Yasmeen said...

The dosa looks crisp and nicely done.
its been a long time since i made dosa...this tempts me to soak my lentils right away to make the dosa:)

maimoona said...

umm looks yummy and perfect.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow what a coincidence dear. I too made masala dosa today. Check my blog. U r dosa looks welcoming. ummm iam drooling over.

Mona said...

Looks just like one I used to have in Indian restaurnts. Well-done!

mboy90210 said...

when can i get to eat some of those...missing all the delicious food...