Baalehannina Dosa | Banana Dosa | Dosa Recipes

Soft, sweet, traditional malnad special, baalehannina dosa
02/11/2018 9:35:56 PM vindhyadesai

Bananas are such a versatile fruit. It pairs up so well with so many dishes. Fruit salads, smoothies, milkshakes, cakes, brownies, I pretty much use bananas for everything. This time, banana in the form of traditional dosas for breakfast or for a snack. Soaked rice ground with mashed bananas result in a sweet and soft baalehannina dosa.
These are fun to eat for everyone and the elaichi added to these dosas make them very flavourful. But making dosas means the need to make sides like chutneys. Good news, these dosas do not require any side dishes at all. Baalehannina dosa taste good with just a small piece of mango pickle (maavina midi especially) or a just a little ghee. ... “Baalehannina Dosa | Banana Dosa | Dosa Recipes”

Ragi Dosa With Ground Batter | Ragi Dosa | Dosa Recipes

Crisy and tasty breakfast, ragi dosa with ground batter
12/04/2017 9:46:11 PM vindhyadesai

Dosas are very versatile, they can be prepared in many ways and can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Ragi dosa with ground batter is one such dish. Ragi dosa is getting popular day by day. Most hotels serve ragi dosa along with other varieties of dosas.
Ragi or finger millet is very nutritious, it is very light. This ragi dosa with ground batter turns out very crisp and tasty. Add a few finely chopped onions, some chopped green chillies in the batter or top them on the dosas. Either way you get a great combination. ... “Ragi Dosa With Ground Batter | Ragi Dosa | Dosa Recipes”

Cabbage Dosa | Breakfast Recipes | Dosa Recipes

Tasty, tangy, filled with protein, cabbage dosa
07/17/2017 9:51:55 PM vindhyadesai

A few years ago when I was studying I had a friend in college from Mangalore. She used to bring cabbage dosa for her tiffin and I used to love it. She even got the recipe from her mom and shared it with me by word of mouth.
I had forgotten all about this recipe until one day when I had a big cabbage and I could not think of recipes to make out of it. So when life gives you cabbages make cabbage dosa, er! eh! 🙂 ... “Cabbage Dosa | Breakfast Recipes | Dosa Recipes”

Hotel Style Open Dosa | Open Dosa | Dosa Recipes

Super tasty, lip smacking hotel style open dosa
03/10/2017 10:25:36 PM vindhyadesai

Anyone will love one base recipe from which many other unique dishes can take shape. They are called mother-ship recipes! Oh boy! I love such recipes. For all the effort that goes into making dosa batter it is a mega base recipe. Making a huge batch of dosa batter enables you to make crisp hot masala dosa, plain dosa or this hotel style open dosa.
Hotel style open dosa is a tasty dosa variety found in many darshinis across Bangalore-Mysore. You know exactly what’s in your dosa or should I say ‘on’ your dosa.
A super specialty dosa recipe from the alleys of Bangalore-Mysore. Very tasty and lip-smacking with a layer of chutney powder, a big spoon of aloo palya, a dollop of butter and topped with freshly grated coconut. Certainly worth the effort! ... “Hotel Style Open Dosa | Open Dosa | Dosa Recipes”

Hotel Style Onion Rava Dosa | Onion Rava Dosa | Dosa Recipes

Crisp and utterly tasty, hotel style onion rava dosa
02/11/2017 6:28:25 PM vindhyadesai

Crisp hotel style onion rava dosa, I can actually hear the sound of its crispness when I break into a little bite. Yum! One of the tastiest dosas ever! Hotel style onion rava dosa is very easy to make as the batter needs no soaking or fermenting.
This recipe is instant although I prefer to keep it for atleast half hour after preparing batter. It is not essential but it makes the batter soak up all rava and blend well with all flavours.
Now coming to the secret of making crisp hotel style onion rava dosa. Should I reveal it? Oh, well here it is, ‘water’. Yes, you read it right, water is very very essential to make hotel style onion rava dosa. It is absolutely essential to make the batter thin and watery. ... “Hotel Style Onion Rava Dosa | Onion Rava Dosa | Dosa Recipes”

Majjige Dosa | Buttermilk Dosa | Dosa Recipes

Soft and white majjige dosa or buttermilk dosa, light and tasty
01/15/2017 6:15:10 PM vindhyadesai

Recipes of dosas which do not involve a whole lot of ingredients to soak and grind are my favourite kind of dosas. Majjige dosa or buttermilk dosa is one of those kind of dosas. Simple, light dosas, these are easy on the stomach too!
Making majjige dosa involves only 3 main simple ingredients, rice, poha, buttermilk. Although this dosa batter needs fermentation, you can easily get away with fermenting the batter for only a few hours(3-4). ... “Majjige Dosa | Buttermilk Dosa | Dosa Recipes”

Heerekayi Dosa | Ridge Gourd Dosa | Dosa Recipes

Breakfast-Snack or Snack-Breakfast, heerekayi dosa
01/06/2017 6:17:47 PM vindhyadesai

A simple to make dosa which is also a snack? Sounds different? But this is a very common dish made in Karnataka, heerekayi dosa or ridge gourd dosa. It gets ready in a matter of minutes.
Although some patience is necessary to arrange them all into a round dosa. You will see how below. But you know what, patience is a virtue. It makes good things happen, especially in cooking 🙂
This simple batter involves besan and some seasonings. The roundels of heerekayi are then dunked into this batter and arranged to form a dosa on a hot skillet/pan/tawa. ... “Heerekayi Dosa | Ridge Gourd Dosa | Dosa Recipes”

Set Dosa | How to make set dosas? | Dosa Recipes

Soft, fluffy set dosas, served with Karnataka style mixed veg saagu
11/13/2016 6:37:02 PM vindhyadesai

If there is a dish popular after masala dosa then it has to be set dosa. Set dosas are called so because unlike masala dosas these are served in a set. The number is usually 3 dosas but some serve 2 or 4.
Set dosa is soft and fluffy with very light crispness on the outside. This is a very popular dish amongst Darshini visitors. This is quite filling and a plate per person is sufficient for breakfast. ... “Set Dosa | How to make set dosas? | Dosa Recipes”

Masala Dosa | Masale Dose | How to make masala dosa?

Most loved breakfast ever, soft yet crisp masala dosas
08/30/2016 9:38:23 PM vindhyadesai

Dosa/Dose is a very popular dish from South India eaten for breakfast. But these days, dosa has become an universal dish. It is famous all over the world and not just in India. They are thin and crepe like, made from rice and urad dal(black gram dal) batter.  See my dosa batter recipe to make dosas. This is a crowd puller dish and is one of the most prepared dishes in weddings and other parties along with bisi bele bhaat. You will definitely see a crowd around a dosa counter wherever it is, in parties, in dosa camps, in hotels, in street dosa vans which sell “99”, “100” and many more varieties of dosas. With the same batter you can make different variety of dosas. Masala dosa has potato (aloo) masala palya filling with red chutney (kempu chutney) smeared just before adding the masala. Red chutney is substituted with green mint/pudina chutney sometimes. Serve dosa with coconut chutney or any other chutneys or side dishes you like. ... “Masala Dosa | Masale Dose | How to make masala dosa?”

Dosa Batter | How to make dosa batter? | Dose Hittu

Homemade dosa batter for hotel style dosas
08/28/2016 9:33:47 PM vindhyadesai

The secret to make crisp yet soft dosas without using a lot of oil is in the batter. Dosa batter should be fermented to the right consistency for good, tasty dosas. Different people make dosa batter in different ways, few add cooked rice, few add puffed rice and few add rice flakes (poha). I use poha which makes the dosas light and fenugreek (methi) seeds for fermentation and colour. There are few more secret ingredients revealed in below recipe. Look out for the notes mentioned in the recipe for important pointers.
This dosa batter is an all-rounder batter for making different variety dosas like masala dosa, benne masala(butter masala dosa), ghee masala dosa, open dosa, dosa uttapam and the list goes on. Doesn’t it look like a menu card from a Darshini/hotel/dosa camp? I use a heaped half cup measure(U.S 1/2 cup = 120 Ml) to measure out all ingredients, which will be sufficient to make dosas for 4 people. Use 1 cup measure or any measure you want to make dosa batter in the same ratio, 1:3:1, urad dal:rice:poha ratio. ... “Dosa Batter | How to make dosa batter? | Dose Hittu”