Instant Butter Roast Dosa is a brilliant and ideal food made with whole wheat flour added with little butter, salt and pan-fried to get crispy and delicious dosas. Normally dosa making is a process itself and takes time to actually make the batter and leave it for fermentation and then use. But then if you don’t have dosa batter at home, then you can surely satisfy all those die hard dosa foodies with this yummy, crispy instant butter roast dosa.
Tastes super delicious, mouth melting and butter enhances the taste and makes it crisp. Instant wheat flour dosa is also known as Godhuma dosa in Telugu. Wheat is an ideal food ingredient suggested for most diabetic patients, hence this dosa become a nutritious and appetizing dish. Normally when we think of whole wheat flour, we immediately focus on the variety of Indian flat breads that are made with wheat flour. Making this variation of Instant dosa with wheat flour is extremely easy and fast to prepare as it does require any soaking or fermenting the batter. Instant butter roast dosa made with wheat flour can be eaten as a breakfast or anytime when hunger strikes.
Whole Wheat flour
Whole Wheat flour is commonly known as Atta or Gehun ka atta in most India states.It is a complex carbohydrate and often used for making flatbreads such as Chapati, roti, Paratha or puri. Traditionally fresh atta is prepared at home by grinding wheat in homemade stone grinder known as Chakki but nowadays we get wide variety of Atta flour in different brand names. Whole wheat flour has high fiber content due to high bran and is also high in gluten thus its dough is strong and rolled out very thin.
Nowadays we find a large range of nutritious whole grain flours available in most super markets. Whole grains have healthy carbohydrates that give you lots of roughage and dietary fibres. Most of the whole grains used in the Indian cuisine are very healthy. These Indian grains are heart healthy and also helps you to regulate your body weight. Whole grains like Jowar and Bajra are popularly used in most rural parts of India.
The key to good health lies in substituting simple fattening carbohydrates with complex whole grains. So, to enjoy making Indian cuisine, do try recipes that contain healthy whole grains like these. Whole wheat flour consists of all parts of wheat grain. It has bran which contains fiber and other nutrients such as vitamin B, iron, magnesium and phytochemicals, endosperm which contains carbohydrate and germ which contains vitamin E and polyunsaturated fat.
Generally wheat flour is considered healthier than maida. Various recipes with Whole Wheat flour Indians have a wide variety of whole grains that are used in traditional cooking. Today, we look at whole wheat atta or flour made from whole grains as the best alternative as they are gluten free, healthy and offering umpteen health benefits. Some of the popular savoury and sweet recipes made from whole wheat flour and whole grains flour are Wheat halwa, Atta ladoo, Wheat Appam, Bhajaniche vade, Homemade roomali roti, Whole wheat banana bread etc.
How to make Instant Butter Roast Dosa Wheat Flour:
Wheat flour - 1 cup
Salt - to taste
Baking powder - pinch
Butter - 2 tbsp
Buttermilk - ½ cup
Water - as required
Take a bowl and add wheat flour, salt, butter, baking powder and mix well. Add butter milk, water and mix this it comes to dosa batter consistency.
Heat a non-stick pan, fill the ladle with dosa batter and pour this batter on the non-stick pan and rotate the batter in circular motion to make dosa.
Add little melted butter in the edges of the dosa and center.Cook the instant dosa until crisp and transfer into a plate. Serve hot with coconut chutney.
Instant butter roast dosas are ideal alternative if you are tired of eating the regular dosas. The dosa tastes extremely good, crispy, and soft; just melts in the mouth. It makes an amazingly tasty combo with coconut chutney or pickle.
To enjoy this variety of instant dosa, you’ll have to prepare and to make, you will have to watch the video, so click the link below, enjoy and start making this wonderful dosa: