Coriander Dosa


Dosa Batter
Finely chopped fresh coriander leaves

Spread a ladle full of dosa batter on hot tava. Dont make it very thin. Now spread the finely chopped fresh coriander leaves all over and cook on very low flame so that the other side can be cooked for a lesser time ( coriander will taste bitter if cooked for longer time). Spread out a little oil on the sides.

Turn and cook on the other side for just a minute and serve hot with chutney of your choice and sambhar.

So, this also goes to Srivalli's Dosa Mela

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Asha said...

I am seeing many many dosas today, good one EC!:)

Finla said...

Looks delicious. Send it to srivalli for her dosa mela

Dhivya said...

wow!innovative idea..keep rocking girl

Pooja said...

Lovely , i like anything with lot of coriander in it :D

Sagari said...

wowwww dosa looks veryy colorfulllll

Jayashree said...

Nice one....I like the taste of corriander in anything.

EC said...

@ Asha...Thanks, i guess lot of dosas is the effect of Srivalli's Dosa Mela

@ Happy Cook..thanks, i will be sending a small list of different dosas soon to her

@ Dhivya, Pooja, Sagari, Jayashree...thanks

Unknown said...

Hi easycraft,

I am adding you to my blogroll :) Nice utthappam :) lovely i can prepare it without the urad, thats great!

Uma said...

looks yum! lovely color (my fav. color).

EC said...

Thanks Roopa and Uma

Sunshinemom said...

Yup! Good way to eat dhania!!

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