Tuesday, February 1, 2011

MASALA DOSA



As dosa  is  tried by every one and in south India prepared oftenly in every house.as north Indian it is a special dish for us . here i use some different ingredients which i saw in Femina magazine. from that day i used them and my dosa is really liked by who eat it and i hope u will also try it and see the difference.
Ingredients:
boiled rice-2cup
normal rice-1cup
1urd dal -1cup
chana dal-2tbsp
puffed rice-1/2 cup
rawa-2tbsp
salt to taste
oil for frying
Method

Soak rice and dals with puffed rice separately for 6-7 hours.Grind rice some coarsely.Grind dals and puffed rice smoothly.Mix them well and add salt to the batter.Keep overnight or 6-8 hours for fermentation.When we want to make dosa add rawa before one hour.
Heat nonstick tawa(gridle)and make dosa with masala of alloo or as u required.
Eat with sambhar and chutney.

Alloo Masala Method
potatoes 250gm boiled and mashed
onion-2cut lenthwise
mustared seeds-1/2 tsp
curry patta-6-8
tomatoes 2medium chopped
sambhar powder-1tsp
salt to taste
oil for tempring
coriander leaves
cashewnut-8fried
Methed:
Heat oil in a pan .Add  mustared seeds and curry patta.when cracled add onion and fry for 2-3minutes.Add tomatoes and saute for 2 minutes.Add salt cashewnut  and powder.Mix alland cover it till some aroma come out.Garnish with coriander leaves.sending to Aipi's and


sending to the event let's go with stuffed

38 comments:

  1. Mouth watering...... Yes we prepare dosas in this way only... Puffed rice adds to the softness while rawa adds the desired crispiness.... With the nice photography and aloo masala feels to have the dosa now itself...

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  2. adding Puffed rice is really new step for me..Looks so perfect and soft. Beautiful photos to match with...

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  3. this is a new method of making dosa to me ...thanks for sharing it will try it soon...tempting pictures ...

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  4. wow delicious dosa...very tempting pics!

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  5. I love dosa!!....and make them often!!....your looks very tempting....I hope I will have the time to make a post of my dosa version.....Thanks for sharing!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

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  6. Santhosh, all time fav..killer combo!!!!

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  7. Very nice dosa recipe. Like all the sides and especially that aloo masala .

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  8. Mouthwatering..crispy and yummy masala dosa.

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  9. masala dosa is one of my fav Indian Food. its yum and delicious.

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  10. Masala thosai makes me drool nonstop right now! Am so hungry...though it's almost bedtime! :D

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  11. Masala dosa looks yummy and delicious...

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  12. Dosa looks very yum,my and perfect cannot take of my eyes from dosa want to have it right now good work...

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  13. Wow that looks so professional n well made..awesome recipe n the pics are really making me hungry :)

    Thanks a lot for linking this to bookmark event :)

    US Masala

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  14. Perfect and yummy! Love the aloo you've made too...

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  15. Your dosa with sambhar and chutney looks so delicious!

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  16. Siempre me habían hablado del masala y ahora lo veo ,me encantó por todo y en especial porque es cocina de la india ,tienen recetas muy originales,un abrazo y muchas bendiciones,me quedo en tu blog y en tu cocina tan especial,cariños.

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  17. I can have it everyday,my all time fav breakfast..makes me drool..

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  18. Dosas are my all time fav...This is Crispy and delicious dosa..Love it

    http://funwidfud.blogspot.com

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  19. All time fav..Looks so delicious and crispy.

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  20. Mouthwatering..crispy and yummy masala dosa. First time here..u have woderful blog..love to follow u..

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  21. Hi Santoshji,namaste,sorry for late reply to your request to meet.I am not in contact with bloggers specifically from Bangalore.And am quite held up with some personal work,so I am not able to organise a meeting now.If you get to meet anyone,it will be nice.Have a nice time in Bangalore.

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  22. Delicious classic masala dosa.

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  23. The masala dosa looks awesome. Nice texture and the masala looks absolutely delicious too.

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  24. I really love indian food. Very colorful, tasteful and lots of seasoning and condiments.

    cheers

    Guilherme

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  25. Hi Santosh Bangar ...The MASALA .. delicious recipe with an incredible color .Greeting MARIMI

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  26. Love those Indian pancakes! Very delicious!

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  27. dosa looks so crispy and perfect..loved it

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  28. This is the crispiest dosa recipe yet! Absolutely delicious!!! Quite a complete meal for me anytime!!! Perfect recipe to follow! Thanks for making this delicacy!

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  29. Yummy dosa with yummy filling,nice post!

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  30. oh my my i'm craving for it now...looks fab!

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  31. Its been a long time since I made any dosa at home... Its time to make some.....:). Dosa looks very crispy.....

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