Thursday, December 13, 2007

Rava Dosa


Ingredients :
1 cup fine rava
1 cup rice flour
2-3 tbspn maida
1 small onion finely chopped
1 inch ginger finely chopped
1 green chilli finely chopped
Salt
Water
Oil

Method :
In a vessel, mix rava, rice flour, maida, onion, ginger, chilli with water into a liquid batter. Water should be three or four times the dry ingredients.
Heat a non-stick pan, sprinkle half tsp oil, pour one ladle onto the pan, move the pan in circular motion to spread the batter evenly. Cook on both sides, serve with coconut chutney.

I like this dosa as a timesaver, the ingredients hardly takes any time to be put together, plus we get tasty crispy dosas.


Perfect for dosa lovers who fall short of time for preparing the elaborate ones!

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9 comments:

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Your dosas looks very crispy and golden brown in colour!!

indosungod said...

I love Rava Dosa for the same reason, quick but I never get it to the shape you have. Looks great.

Meera said...

Wow, Purnima, You are making yummy dosas! So many varities!! I love dosas :-)

sagari said...

u r soooooo good in dosa making lovelyyyy and one of my favv rava dosa lookssss deleciouss

Kelly Mahoney said...

How tasty! I love something crunchy in the afternoon.

Purnima said...

RK-->Indeed it is..fast to cook and good to eat!!

ISG-->Try a good non-stick pan, mine too improved after change in pan.Now I use an Italian make one, which has been loyal over a year!

Meera-->Tks..do try this is the easiest of the lot.

Sagari-->Tks for the compliment. :)

Kelly--> Welcome to my space. These are crisp and are made of semolina,
so good to have them at anytime!!

Divya Kudua said...

I tried out this dosa akka..yummy..loved it.Couldnt take pictures as I made it while a friend was home for breakfast,couldn't keep him waiting.He loved it too..shall make it again soon and blog about it!!

Nash said...

Oh, tried them. but messed them up. The dosas were sticking to the tava(beed tava). The only change i made in ur recipe was , i mixed onion paste instead of onion pieces. Don't know if onion paste was the problem or the tava. :(

Purnima said...

Nash -> Thanks for trying out this dosa. Rava dosa batter has to be very dilute thrown on the tawa, actually no idea whether the onion paste messed up urs or the consistency! Tawa has to be very hot before batter is thrown in. Do check all the pointers.