Friday, February 1, 2008

Rava Dosa


Ingredients
1 cup sooji ( semolina)
1 cup rice flour
1/2 cup maida ( all purpose flour)
3 green chillis ( chopped)
2 pinches of hing
1 tsp cumin seeds
1 tbs ginger ( chopped)
salt
water to make batter
METHOD
Mix all the above ingredients with water ( until u get butter milk like consistency ).
Heat tava then sprinkle the batter with hand on hot tava as seen in above picture ,drizzle 1 tsp
oil and cook on medium high for 3 to 4 min until crisp and golden .
Serve hot with chutney


35 comments:

Bharathy said...

* Bookmarked!* :)

Happy cook said...

Wow the dosa looks like beautiful lace

easycrafts said...

This looks so crisp..i never have been able to make the perfect rava dosa...will try out next time with your proportions

Daily Meals said...

Rava dosa looks crispy and yummy...

Rosie said...

Yum - your dosa looks just like pretty lace!!

Rosie x

Kribha said...

Sagari, I never knew that we have to sprinkle the batter with hand. Your rava dosa looks so perfect. will try your recipe soon.

Namratha said...

They look yummy Sagari...but why do u sprinkle it, why not pour it? Thats what I do.

Sagari said...

Namratha - saw this recipe in some website they told to sprinkle it so I did

Maya said...

Sagari, Rava dosa looks thin and crsip, just the way I like it :)..Nice..

Aparna said...

I love rawa dosas because they are so crisp. I also add mustard seeds and onions an a little less maida.

Red Chillies said...

Rava dosa looks so yummy and crispy! I can eat this for ever and ever and never fill up.

Anonymous said...

i too make a similar rava dosa recipe, but yours looks so crispy & delish:)
paati

Sig said...

Wow, great pictorial. I didn't know about the sprinkling the batter with hand technique... ;) did you invent that? Looks great!

Meera said...

looks so crispy and yummy! :-)

Seema said...

My GOD! These look so thin & crisps! So perfectly done...Excellent one sagari!

Uma said...

Looks yummy Sagari! I also made ravadosa but it is completely different than yours. I shall try your version too. Thanks for visiting my site.

Susan said...

Hmmmm...these look so light and airy. Having messed up my first attempt at urad dal dosa, I tried these, but they came out a little too thick. I suspect I did not thin the batter out enough or spread it thinly on a very hot griddle. Does that sound right, Sagari?

Sagari said...

Susan --- yes susan the batter must be very thin and we need to pour on a hot griddle and let it cook on medium high for 3 to 4 min ,try next time u will defently get nice and crispy dosa

Vaishali said...

Sagari, These dosas are lovely- my hubby and I love extra-thin dosas and yours looks great. I will try these.

Laavanya said...

These look lacy thin and perfect Sagari.

Nirmala said...

Yummo. Just like my mom's.

Shankari said...
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Sagari said...

shankari-- it tastes really good shankari

Shankari said...

No probs Sagari, here I go again..

We saw this recipe on varevah.com. The idea of sprinkling is so unique, when I saw it,I just loved it and we have made that twice already

Grihini said...

love rava dosa. But never get such crisp consistency. Shud try ur method.

Deborah said...

I have never tried anything like this - I really need to venture out and try more Indian cooking!

Maryann said...

It does look yummy. I'm keeping my eye on you! haha I have lots of questions about Indian food that I hope to have answered by watching your posts :)

Kalai said...

Gorgeous! I've tried making it but pouring the batter. Looks like your method would work better. Will definitely try this out, Sagari!

Rachel said...

Using your hand for spreading the batter..nice!! the dosas look so thin and crispy!

vimmi said...

Saw a similar method on Vahchef. but urs looks wonderful.

TBC said...

Looks perfect!

glamah16 said...

They look so delicate . One day I'll attempt such a feat!

manju said...

Beautiful! We've only tried filled dosas, but my husband loves crepes so I'm going to surprise him with these one morning. Thanks for the tip about how to achieve that great lace effect!

Anonymous said...

Rava dosa's came out were good. Thanks for a good Recepie.

SHANTHI KUMAR said...

SAGARI, YOUR DOSAS LOOK SIMPLY SUPERB.
BUT MAY I ASK YOU WHAT IS HING?

NOT TOO FAMILIAR WITH IT?
IS IT ASAFOETIADA/FRESH CORRIANDER LEAVES?
DEFINITELY GONG TO TRY FOR TOMORROW'S DINNER WITHOUT THE HING.
THANKS FOR THE RECIPE ...GODS BLESSINGS TO YOU DEAR