Rice Dosa,Unfermented




Healthy Gluten free breakfast

Ingredients

  • 1 cup raw rice
  • 2 tbsp onions, chopped
  • 1 tsp cumin seeds
  • salt to taste
  • 1/4 cup cooked rice
  • milk, as needed
  • 1 tsp vegetable oil 
Directions
Wash and soak rice for 2 hours. Grind the rice with onions, cumin seeds and cooked rice adding little bit of
water. Add 1 or 2 tbs of milk to the batter, batter should not be too thick or too thin. Adjust the salt and pour 1 tsp oil into the batter. Pour one large spoon full of batter on a greased nonstick pan and spread in circular motion or lift the pan and let the batter spreadby itself by tilting slightly. When the base is golden brown, turn the side and cook well. This dosa will go well with any chutney and curries.






30 Comments:

Gita said...

Wow soft and fluffy dosas...looks lovely :)

Ann said...

Looks too fluffy, never tried this version before, will try that soon :)

Padma said...

Nice version of dosa Vrinda. It looks crispy outside and so soft and fluffy inside... too good and thanks for sending it to my event dear :)

ARUNA said...

wow that looks so good with all those pores.....well made!!

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

nice!! i am going to try this. bookmarked.

Sailaja said...

good to hear that there is no fermentation.....

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow....that's something new to me...looks yum....

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

This looks amazing Vrinda.....and wonderful snap.... :)

Parita said...

Thats very different way of making dosa!! love the laces you have got in the click, looks soo good!

Hari Chandana said...

Wow.. looks soft and delicious.. very tempting dear.. awesome click!!

Bergamot said...

Looks lovely. Like the honeycomb texture.

Laavanya said...

Wow.. unfermented really? Looks so lacy and perfect :)

Anonymous said...

looks like it's pretty easy to cook and yummy to eat!! will make it for my brkfast tomorrow!! thank u!!! :)
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sangi said...

Unfermented?looks perfect like fermented one!

Priti said...

Now this is gud..unfermented real makes it more appealing ...and dosa looking so nice

Kalaivani said...

Wow ..it looks so crispy and soft.great dosas with unfermented batter.

Ramya said...

Totally a new dosa recipe..Looks spongy and porous as though the batter was fermented..

Pooja said...

Never tried rice dosa before! Looks so good Vrinda! Non veg curry yude koode kazhikkan kothi aavunnu :)

Priya said...

Seems like neer dosa...looks very delicious!

Ann said...

First time here..i missed many from you..better late than never..
dosa looks like neerdosa as priya said..nice photos here

Donna-FFW said...

Something new to me.. but it looks so very pretty.

Sowmya said...

grinding with onions seems to be a new but superb idea. Will give it a try.

great click... crispy tempting dosas..

Sweta said...

Unfermented-wow,this will be great for the cold winter days!!

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

i just had this for dinner and loved it! it came out very nice.. tasted like aapam. thx for the recipe and i will soon put this in my blog too.

Vrinda said...

Thanx for trying my dosa recipe,Mahima..u r right it tastes just like appam even without fermentation..and u can make it thick or paper thin..glad u liked it..

Katy ~ said...

What a new way to me see rice served like this. When you grind the rice, are you putting it in a food processor?

appu said...

good one .. i make a similar stuff minus onions and cumin and added little shredded coconut while grinding.shall try out ur version soon.
something similar is just add water and an egg to rice flour and make it very thin batter and make dosas ... this goes very well with non veg curries and spicy chutnies.

Palidor said...

I also thought dosas were labor-intensive and very difficult to make. But this looks like something I could do. Thanks for sharing!

jayashree said...

Wow ! The dosas look appetizing. Saves the botheration of planning ahead. I definitely want to try out this recipe.

Angie Schneider said...

So evenly thin and beautiful!

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