Dosa Batter - II and Plain Dosa - II and An Entry for Event

Preparing batter for ordinary dosai is as similar as preparing batter for plain idli. So you can use this batter for both dosa and idli. If you are going to prepare dosa, add little more water in the idli batter itself to get the right consistency of dosa batter.

Some people prepare batter for dosa separately. It’s another version of preparing ddosa batter and plain dosa, which i have posted here now.

Ingredients:

Par Boiled Rice / Red Rice / Pacharisi – 5 Cups
Black Gram – 1 cup
Fenugreek Seed – 2 tbsp
Salt – to taste

Cooking Method:



Wash the rice and fenugreek seed and soak it together in a vessel for about an hour. Wash the black gram and soak it in the water for about half an hour.
Add black gram first and enough amount of water in the wet grinder or a food processor with and let them to grind for 20 to 30 minutes or till it is well grind. Transfer the batter now to a big vessel.

Add rice and fenugreek with enough amount of water in the wet grinder or a food processor and let it to grind for about 30 minutes or till it is grind well. Transfer the batter to a vessel. The vessel should be little big enough because the batter will rise to a little more level after it ferments.

Mix both the batter together and add required salt and mix it to well. The batter should not be too thick or too watery. If the batter is too thick, it won’t ferments well and will have a yellowish film on the top of the batter after it is fermented. So the batter should be in the right consistency so that the batter should fall freely from your hand when you mix the batter.

Now let it to ferment. It takes about 10 to 12 hours. After it ferments well, you can keep the batter in the refrigerator and can use whenever you require. The batter can be kept for a week to 10 days. Mix the batter well after it is fermented and then you can use it.

To prepare dosas, take enough amount of batter in a bowl. Heat dosa tawa / pan or a flat tawa and take a ladleful of batter. Spread the batter in a circular motion from the centre of the tawa to the edges of the tawa. Pour 1 tsp of oil on the edges of the dosa. When one side is cooked well (turns little brown), Flip the dosa to the other side and let it cook well. Once it is cooked remove the dosa from the pan and transfer to the plate.

Side Dish: All type of Chutneys.

My entry for One Dish Meal Event hosted by ArchanasKitchen:



Vegetable Fried Rice



Click For the recipe HERE.

4 comments:

Illatharasi said...

I too follow the same way and measurements for the dough.... we make alike ;)

SriLekha said...

we both are making most of the things alike ain't it vani

Illatharasi said...

As you said the other day.... GREAT WOMEN MAKE ALIKE.... ;)

ha ha ha

SriLekha said...

ya ya u r right! ha aha ha