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Showing posts with label Dosa Varieties. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dosa Varieties. Show all posts

Thursday, 26 February 2015

Kambu Dosai/Bajra Dosai/Pearl Millet Dosai

Kambu/Pearl millet/Bajra are widely grown type of millest with high protein and fibre content. India is the largest producer of pearl millet/kambu. Pearl millet is known by different names Sajje in Kannada, Kambu in Tamil, Bajra in Hindi, Sajjalu in Telugu and Kambam in Malayalam. After moving back to Chennai, I tried different types of millets, one among them is the Kambu Dosai. I will be sharing more millet recipes in future. Do try out this healthy Kambu Dosai and post your feedback.

Here’s how to make Kambu Dosai with step by step photos…

Monday, 6 May 2013

Instant Besan Flour Dosa with Zucchini/Kadalai Maavu Dosai

This is a very simple, quick and healthy dosa which involves no grinding and no fermentation. This is similar to Rajasthani Puda but has the additional benefit of zucchini added to it. Zucchini is a summer squash, is a very delicate vegetable which needs very little time to cook. I came across this dosa in Manjulas kitchen, but made some changes by adding different ingredients.

Here’s how to make zucchini besan flour dosa with step by step photos…

Sunday, 7 April 2013

Instant Rava Dosai/Semolina Dosa

Instant Rava Dosai/Semolina Dosa is easy and simple dosa, can be made in minutes.

Here’s how to make it with step by step photos…

Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Pesarattu/Green Gram Dosa

Pesarattu is a very unique and a delicious dosa/crepe from Andhra Pradesh. It is made with whole green gram, the kids fall in love with this pesarattu  for its green color. It is very healthy and protein packed breakfast. This dosa does not need fermentation, can be made immediately after grinding.

Health benefits: It is highly rich in  fiber and protein. One cup of cooked green gram contains about 15 g of fiber and 14 g of protein. It has both insoluble and water soluble fiber. The water soluble fiber helps in reducing the cholesterol level. It digests slowly and gradually releases glucose, there by stabilizing the blood sugar level. Now lets see how to make pesarattu.

Here's how to make it with step by step photos...

Thursday, 21 March 2013

Simple & Quick Moong Dhal Dosa

Moong Dhal dosa is very simple and delicious dosa. It is so easy just soak and grind and make dosas, no fermentation needed. It is very healthy and can be made within minutes. I served my moong dhal dosa with cilantro chutney.

Here’s how to make it…

Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Adai- Tamil Nadu Special

Adai is a protein packed South Indian breakfast, especially Tamil Nadu. Adai is a very filling and a satisfying dish which keeps your day going. Adai tastes very good all by itself, but when you have it with aviyal it is heavenly. Adai can be had with chutney or even just a piece of jaggery(vellam). For Aviyal recipe Click here

Thursday, 28 February 2013

Egg Dosa

Egg Dosa is a very quick and healthy breakfast. This can be especially given for kids who don’t eat eggs and loves to eat dosa. My husband and my daughter loves eggs, so I try to give it in different forms as much as possible.

Here’s how to make Egg Dosa with step by step photos...

Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Onion & Green Chilli Uthappam

Onion Uthappam is my daughter's favorite, I make it very often just for her.

Here's how you make it.

Tomato Uthappam

Tomato uthappam is very simple and easy to make. The kids love the color of the uthappam, so they love to eat it.

Here's how to make it...

Capsicum & Onion Uthappam

The journey of idli batter is longer compared to any other batter. Day one and two we make idlis, day three we make dosas and the left over batter on day four we can make uthappams. The sour taste of the batter along with the vegetables gives extraordinary flavor and taste to it.

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Ragi/Millet/Kezhvaragu Dosai

Ragi or Millet is commonly used in South India. It is in fact the staple diet in many villages in South India. The most popular dish is Ragi Kanji and Ragi Kuzh. Ragi is rich in calcium and serves as one of the healthiest breakfast.

Here ‘s one way to include ragi in your diet -  ragi dosa. It is very simple and easy to make. So just give it a shot. Here's I am proudly posting my 5oth post for a healthy and a happy living. 

Friday, 1 February 2013

Instant Oats Dosa/Oats Dosa

Are you running out of ideas to cook something for your breakfast or dinner. Here is the instant oats dosa which can be made in three simple steps. You can make it fast and yet another healthy recipe to keep your family members happy and healthy....

Here's how to make oats dosa with step by step photos...



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