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Rava Dosa

Rava Dosa
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Rava Dosa Recipe, How To Make Rava Dosa Recipe

Rava dosa is a very tasty and crispy semolina crepe/ pancakes and is perfect for a quicky breakfast that can be served with any chutney.

Rava dosa is an Indian dish of South Indian cuisine. It's a kind of dosa. It's also named Ravvattu or Rave Dose. Rava dosa or Instant Rava dosa is a very tasty and crispy semolina crepe/ pancakes. This dosa is definitely an amazing option for morning meal dinner, snack or even a sudden meal for any surprise guests. It is made from a batter of rava/ semolina, rice flour, maida and water in addition to hing powder, pepper powder, ginger, coriand... Read More..

About Recipe

How to make Rava Dosa

(7 ratings)
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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
5 mins
Total time
15 mins
Rava Dosa
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Semolina
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : November 09, 2016


Ingredients used in Rava Dosa
• Rava (semolina) (cream of wheat dosa) - 1 cup.
• Onion (finely chopped/paste) - 1 number.
• Plain yogurt - 1 tablespoon.
• Urad dal - 1/2 cup.
• Chopped green chilies(to taste) - 2 number.
• Salt - to taste.
• Ghee - as required.
Method:
  • Soak Urad dal atleast 6 hour or overnight and grind to paste.
  • Mix rava (semolina), urad dal paste, yogurt and salt with water to make a thin.Leave in room temperature overnight.
  • Mix onion and chilies to the thin batter.Heat pan or griddle with little ghee or oil.
  • Spread the mix on pan in circular motion to make thin Dosa. Cook on both the sides, if desired.Serve hot with Chutney.





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Rava dosa is an Indian dish of South Indian cuisine. It's a kind of dosa. It's also named Ravvattu or Rave Dose. Rava dosa or Instant Rava dosa is a very tasty and crispy semolina crepe/ pancakes. This dosa is definitely an amazing option for morning meal dinner, snack or even a sudden meal for any surprise guests. It is made from a batter of rava/ semolina, rice flour, maida and water in addition to hing powder, pepper powder, ginger, coriander leaves, cumin seeds, curry leaves, green chilies etc. You can select to make crunchy or softer ones as well, based on preference.

 

Unlike the standard dosa, there's no need for soaking, waiting, grinding and fermenting. For making regular dosa, we have to keep the batter for approximately 6-7 hrs. to ferment. For Rava Dosa, the ingredients have to be soaked for only Half an hour to an hour. The rava dosa is as handy and simple to make and tastes best with sambar and chutney or also with Peanut chutney, Tomato Chutney, Ginger chutney or with Peanut powder.

 

It requires practice to prepare rava dosas. Generally, many don't get the mixture of the rava dosa perfect. To prepare this dish you have to keep couple of points in mind while making dosas. The batter must be prepared at least 1 hour or half before you want to eat. There's no need of fermentation for the rava dosa batter contrary to the masala dosa batter. It is really a prompt preparation. The batter should of pouring consistency just like a thick buttermilk consistency but not very thick. Resting the batter in the refrigerator for a couple of hours will help with making a crisp dosa, not that you can't prepare crisp dosas with batter sitting for only one hour. The most significant factor in the making of this dosa is adjusting the heat control. An iron tawa or griddle needs higher heat as compared with non-stick pan.

 

There are lots of versions in preparing rava dosa. You could include grated carrot and coconut into batter in addition to all ingredients. Or add some sliced onions when dosa is cooking.  cashew nut pieces may also be added to the dosa batter. During the time of preparing dosa, use the ladle to stir the dosa batter well, as all of the flours concoction has a tendency to sink to the base of the vessel just like a thick residue. So mix properly every time you pour the dosa batter on the tawa. Use considerable oil because it helps the rava dosa get crisp. Don't keep the batter more than 2-3 days in the fridge otherwise it'll turn sour.

 

Health benefit of Rava (Semolina):

Semolina consists of durum wheat this means it helps to keep you full a bit longer of time and prevents from overeating. In other words, you'll be able to lose excess weight in a shorter time. It has phosphorus, zinc and magnesium that is essential for the maintenance of the good nervous system. Semolina also includes selenium in abundance which prevents infections and strengthens the immune system too

 

It includes sufficient quantity of iron and that is needed for the body. Eating a diet that is loaded with iron boosts blood circulation, generate more energy for your day-to-day functioning.



 

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vahuser Posted on Fri Jul 23 2010

This receipe is not at all looking like rava dosa. I have prepared and tasted to all my friends no one felt so tasty. I prepared many dishes from varevah i felt all good but this one is not good. All my urad dal paste is wasted.

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vahuser Posted on Sat Dec 13 2008

Today i tried dosa. It came out very nicely. All credit goes to sanjay. If we go through the video very carefully and then make them then no doubt u will get the dosa like hotel rawa dosa. Really sanjay is inspiring all of us to cook.

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vahuser Posted on Fri Oct 10 2008

Nice recipe. Where is the video. I remember seeing video while putting the dough on the Tava with hand and not with spatula.

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vahuser Posted on Mon Jun 23 2008

where is the tip? it is a delicious recipe.

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vahuser Posted on Wed Jun 04 2008

Same query..didnt find the tip

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vahuser Posted on Wed Apr 02 2008

I see "See Tip Below", but there is no tip. Please confirm

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