Crispy Dosa Recipe With Batter
Plain or Paper Dosa Recipe
MyDelicious Recipes-Crispy Paper Dosa With Batter
Dosa is a thin crispy and healthy South Indian dish made of rice and urad dhuli dal (black lentils without husk), usually served with coconut chutney and vegetable sambar. This favorite dish is not only easy to prepare, but also healthy. A well prepared batter of rice and lentils for the dosa is the main key to the good taste of the crispy and delicious dosa. Preperation of batter for the dosa is very easy - first of all the rice and lentils are soaked and then grinded separately and make smooth batter and then mix it, mixture is allowed to ferment for about 8 hour or overnight. This easy and detailed recipe of paper dosa or plain dosa. With this recipe you can cook plain dosa at home.
- Preparation Time :
- 14 Hour
- Cooking Time :
- 35 Minutes
- Meal Type :
Appetizers and Snack,
- 1 Review | 38 Likes
- 5 : 14 : 03 : 02 : 01 : 0User ReviewsPawan Batra
Delicious crispy paper dosa with batter
Ragda PatticeRagda Pattice is a delicious and very popular street food in India, this street food is very popular in Gujarat and Maharashtra. Ragda Pattice is almost identical with another popular North Indian is...
Papdi ChaatPapdi Chaat is an Indian street food, which is a delicious and very popular street food in India, especially in North India. There are many delicious street food varieties of chaat spiced with sweet a...
French FriesPotatoes are used to make a lot of snacks, and French Fries are the most preferred snack among them. The recipe of French Fries is very simple. French fries in restaurant style can be easily made at a...
Chilli PotatoChilli Potato is an Indo-Chinese delicious starter, served mostly as snacks and appetizers at functions and parties. Chili Potato recipe is almost like dry chilli paneer but to make chili potato we of...
Coconut ChutneyChutney is a slightly sweet and slightly sour savory condiment that originated in India. chutney is made using different ingredients like fruits, vegetables, pulses, nuts and herbs etc. In India there...