Set Dosa

I followed Sailu's proportions of Set dosa and came up with this delicious and soft set dosas.


2 cups raw rice
1 cup boiled rice
3/4 cup poha/aval/beaten rice/rice flakes
3/4 cup blackgram dal
1 tsp methi seeds
Salt to taste

Soak the raw rice, boiled rice, blackgram dal and methi seeds for atleast 5 hrs and poha seperately for 2 hrs.

Grind all of them to a smooth batter and add salt. Allow it to ferment overnight.

To make dosas, heat tava and pour in a big ladle of the batter on it..dont spread it. Spread a little oil in the sides and allow it to cook. Turn and cook on other side also.

Serve hot with chutney/sambar/saagu

This type of dosa is another contribution of mine to Srivalli's Dosa Mela

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ANJALI J. said...

Set Dosas look delicious.
U should try my Beetroot ghargi once. they taste very good.color facinates me :)

Dhivya said...

wow!i love these

Cham said...

Set dosa looks great :) I love set dosa and chutney

Srivalli said...

Thanks for the lovely entry!

LG said...

You made me nostalgic showing those set dosas. I miss Mysore..... Set dosa looks beautiful in the pic.

easycrafts said...

@ Anjali..thanks, will surely try it

@ Dhivya, Cham, Srivalli..thanks

@ LG-thanks for the do try it out, it came out perfect

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