Saturday, January 10, 2009

Rava Dosa

Rava dosas are quick to make,crunchy,thin crepes made of semolina(The fine version used to make kesaribhat/sajjige and not the one used to make uppama/uppit).This does not require fermentation.I love to watch The Vah Re Vah chef making rava dosa on youtube- a nice presentation...


Rava (semolina)- 2 cups
Maida - 1/2 cup
Rice flour - 1/2 cup
Yogurt(beaten curd)-1/2 cup
Onion cut(optional)-1
(I have not used onion)
Green chillies, chopped - 3
Coriander- 1 tsp chopped
Ginger(grated)-1/2 tsp
Black Pepper ground-1/4 tsp
Jeera-1/2 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil for roasting


Mix all the ingredients. Add water to make a thin batter.Keep the batter aside for 1 hour. Heat the griddle and grease it with little oil.Pour a ladle of batter over the griddle and spread the batter by swirling the griddle.Pour a teaspoonful of oil around the edges. If you cook the dosa on medium heat it becomes crisp and crunchy.When the bottom turns golden brown and crisp, turn the dosa over and fry other side for a few seconds.Fold it and serve the golden side on top.
Serve with coconut chutney/ chutney powder/molaga pudi.


Usha said...

Looks perfect :-)

Happy cook said...

I have been seeing lot of these rava dossa in the blogs.
I am going to try them once.
Are these ddosas thin or they are bit thicker than the normal rice and urid dal dosa.

RupaMohan said...

Thanks Usha.

Happy cook-These dosas are thin and the batter for rava dosa should also be very thin.

Cham said...

Nice crispy dosa :)

Madhavi said...

Dosa looks goooooooood :))

seema said...

I have seen videos of making rawa dosa. Generally they make very thin batter and instead of pouring like usual dosa they spill it little by little on tawa.It comes out like hotel rawa dosa, but slightly difficult. Plz answer.

RupaMohan said...

Seema-The batter for rava dosa is have to pour the batter in a circle at the end of the tava in a round shape and then start filling in the inside..whereas for masala dosa we pour a ladel of batter in the center of the tava and then spread it..Hope this helps..

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