Monday, December 17, 2007

Bread Dosa

Its cold and these dosas are warming enough as a good breakfast! This golden dosa is made from leftover bread. I had 6 slices on my countertop, not sufficient to feed 4 of us....hence again, Shilpa's bread dosa, (her recipe here) , came to my quick aid...(I have skipped curd, have used water instead!)
These are tasty, as in the sides are crisp and tastes of bread,ginger,spice, and the center is soft and melting!! Such is the dosa effect with change in ingredients basic or main, and we surely get a treat out of them!

Ingredients :
6 slices of bread
1 cup rice flour
1/2 cup rava
1/2 tsp red chilli powder
Water to grind

5 tsp cooking oil
1 tsp rai
1 tsp urad daal
1/2 " fresh ginger-chopped fine
1 medium sized onion -chopped fine

Method :
Soak the bread slices in water and squeeze off the excess water. Grind along with water, rice flour, rava and chilli powder. (Shilpa has used one cup curd to grind this to a batter)
Transfer to a vessel, add sufficient water to bring to a dosa consistency, add salt. Season the tadka ingr. in the same order, browning the onions and then add it to the dosa batter.
Make dosas with oil, frying well on both sides.
Eat with chutney of your choice/ honey. Tastes deliciousssly breaddy..(Haa..there is no such word..)

Enjoy hot on a cold day!!! Brrrrrrrrrrrr.....Happy Winter!!



I am having some breadslices with me...Tommorrow I am going to try this...:))

Purnima said...

RK--> Thats give me your feedback!

Anamika said...

Hi Purnima
You appear to be an expert in dosa making.Great work.
Wishes are coming all the way from Botswana for Happy Christmas celebrations and fun-filled New 2008 to you, your family and your friends.

Tried some new wedding and birthday cake.Do have a look, whenever you can.

Sagari said...

wonderfull purnima u just rock in dosa recipes bread dosa looks delecious and easy to make yummm

bindiya said...

Hey Purnima, this is a new recipe for me, thx for posting, looks yum!

Rajitha said...

you have soo many dosa recipes!! awesome!!

chithra said...

hi purnima,u have differnt type dosa recipes...i have to try one by one..thx!

Purnima said...

Anamika--> Tks for complimenting me,but the expert word is apt for Rock with those lovely handcrafted cakes!!

Sagari--> Thanks!

Bindiya--> Mine seems to be borrowed glory! Mostly my posts are from Aayis Recipes!! :)

Rajitha--> demands hv to met, hvn't they?? :D

Chitra-->Surely give it a try when time will absolutely like them!

Eskay said...

Hey Purnima, really liked this recipe. Very nice..must have been yum! Will try this out.

Purnima said...

Eskay -->Welcome, Surely try n let me know how u liked it!

Bindhu Unny said...

Greetings from Dubai .. this is such an interesting receipe ..I was searching for methi dosa and I discovered this one. Am going to try this tomorrow with brown bread!
I also love the variety of dosa receipes you have!!!!
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