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Restaurant Style Dosa

Restaurant style Dosa
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Restaurant Style Dosa Recipe, How To Make Restaurant Style Dosa Recipe

I always wondered how the dosas in the restaurants have a very good texture and color, at the same time soft and crisp too. Tried my grandmothers recipe and dosas came out real good.

About Recipe

How to make Restaurant style Dosa

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Prep time
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Cook time
mins
Total time
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Restaurant style Dosa
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Dall
Servings : 0 persons
Published date : November 06, 2016


Ingredients used in Restaurant style Dosa
• Toor dal (yellow lentils) - Handful .
• Puffed rice - 2 Handful .
• Methi seeds (fenugreek seeds) - 2 teaspoons.
• Rice - 4 cup.
• Uradh dal ( white lentils) - 1 cup.
• Salt - - to taste.
• Sugar - 1 tablespoons.
• Bombay rava - Handful .
Method:
DOSA BATTER : 1) Soak Urad Dal , Rice , Methi and a handful of toor dal for 7- 8 hours. Add 2 handful of puffed rice while grinding. This will make the dosas fluffy and porous 2) Leave aside the batter for 4-5 hours for fermentation after adding salt as per taste. 3)After fermentation, add 1 spoon of sugar and a handful of Bombay rava and then start making dosas If the batter is too thick u can add little water and use.Later on u can keep this batter in the fridge and use. Try making masala dosas with a dot of butter on top of it :)





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Naomi Posted on Sun Sep 13 2015

I'm wondering why we cannot see your answers to the comments people post on your website. I'm sure we can all learn from your wisdom in cooking.

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vahuser Posted on Tue Apr 24 2012

hi i was wondering if it toor dal or channa dal as chef said channa dal please clarify

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