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Masala Dosa

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Region : Tamil Nadu
 Recipe by : ,Cochin , India
Last Updated: 2-12-2008
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Dosa as everyone knows is a popular, signature dish from South India.

Chitra Murali provides her recipe. So try making Dosa at home.

Ingredients :

   

For Dosa :

   

Raw Rice (Idli Rice/Ponni rice) (Soak for minimum 8 hours.)

- 3 cups

Black Gram ( Urad Dal ) (Soak for 1 hour.)

- One and half cup

Oil

- For making dosas.

Salt

- to taste.

For Masala :

   

Potatoes- boiled, peeled and mashed.

- 3 to 4

Onions sliced in small pieces)

- 2

Green chilly

- 3 to 4

Ginger

- small piece

Garlic

- 3 to 4 piece

( Chop the ginger,chilly and garlic coarsely and keep ready )

Curry leaves

- 6 to 8

Cumin leaves

   

Oil

- 3 to 4 tsp

Mustard seeds

- 1 tsp

Turmeric powder

- 1/2 tsp

Salt

- to taste.
Water. - little
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First we will prepare the Masala :

Heat oil in a heavy based pan, put the mustard seeds and let them crack. Afterwards put the chopped ginger,garlic and chilly. Saute, then add onions, curry leaves, turmeric powder. Put enough salt for the mashed potatoes and add water. Mix well, cook for 2 to 3 minutes. You can put the cumin leaves and mix well. Now Masala is ready.

For making Dosa :

Grind the Rice and Daal together very smoothly.(Water should be added while grinding). Add salt to the liquid dough. Leave it for fermenting for about 5 to 6 hours. If the dough is too thick, then add small quantity of water to make it thin. Heat tawa and brush oil over it. When the Tawa is really hot, splash little water over it immediately pour the dough on it , spread it thin, with a circular motion. This will have to be very swift and will need a bit practice. After spreading the batter/dough , lower the heat and put oil around the edges so that it seeps under the dosa. When edges come up slightly put the desired masala filling in the centre and fold one edge over the other. Serve the tasty Masala Dosa with sambhar and chutney.

If you put Ghee instead of oil then Ghee Masala Dosa is more tastier .

 
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1 Comments

   padma, suratReplyPosted On:23/9/2009
very good recipes