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Saturday, 22 July 2017

Chettinad Visiri Dosai/Quick Instant Dosai/Chettinad Dosai

Hello Friends

Today, I am going to share one very interesting and an easy instant dosa which I came across in Uma Raguraman’s blog. The interesting part of the recipe is the name, visiri dosai- means dosai like a fan. The dosa is more like rava dosa, crispy and has lovely taste. The best part of this visiri dosa is, it involves no grinding and can be made in a jiffy. I tried this recipe and have become a visiri[fan] of it. You also give it a shot and you will instantly fall in love with this recipe. Meanwhile do check out other interesting Breakfast recipes and Dosaivarieties here.

Here’e how to make Chettinad Visiri Dosai with step by step photos…


Ingredients

Rice Flour
1 cup
Wheat Flour
½ cup
Rava/Semolina
½ cup
Water
As needed
Salt
For taste
Gingellly Oil/Oil of your choice
For making Dosas

For Tempering

Gingelly Oil/Oil of your choice
2 tsp
Mustard Seeds
½ tsp
Cumin Seeds
½ tsp
Kadalai Paruppu/Bengalgram Dal
1 tsp
Onion
1 big finely chopped
Green Chillies
2 or 3 finely chopped
Curry Leaves

Preparation Time: 2 hours

Cooking Time: 15 minutes

Serves: 4

Method

Add all the flour [rice flour, wheat flour, rava/semolina] to a wide bowl.  Add salt, enough water and mix thoroughly without any lumps.

Let the batter soak for 2 hours.

Heat oil in a kadai, crackle mustard seeds/kadugu, add cumin seeds, kadalai paruppu and fry until golden brown color.


Now add onions, green chillies, curry leaves and sautĂ© until they change to golden brown color. Now add the onions to the batter.



If needed adjust the amount of water and mix it well. [Make sure the consistency is thin for crispy dosais]

Heat tawa over low flame, when it is hot enough, pour the batter using a ladle [similar to rava dosa]. Drizzle oil along the sides of the dosa.


Cook on both the sides and the dosa is ready. This dosa will be crispy and will be like rava dosa.

Similarly make other dosas and serve it with spicy kaara chutney or sambar or any Chutney/Thogaiyal of your choice.


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1 comment:

  1. That is a very interesting dosa with an even more interesting name! And like you mention, so easy to make too... Pinned!

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