Neer Dosa/Paan Pole


Ingredients

2 cups rice
Salt to taste
2 tbsp grated coconut
Oil

Soak the rice overnight or for atleast 4 hrs and grind it to a smooth batter with coconut. Add salt to it and enough water to make it very thin.

Heat tava and add a drop of oil in the center. Now pour a laddle full of batter in the center. Dont spread it with the ladle...rotate the pan to spread the batter into a circle. Cover and cook for 2 minutes. Slowly take it off from the tava and serve hot with chutney of your choice.

This Konkan special dish is off to RCI:Konkan event hosted by Deepa
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14 comments:

srikars kitchen said...

wow.. nice entry...new for me...used idli rice or plain rice? pls clarify dear...

Illatharasi said...

Looks more like appam.... :) gud one.

easycrafts said...

@ Srikars kitchen..thanks, i used plain raw rice..sona masoori

Thanks illatharasi

Sunshinemom said...

Its the best breakfast for a Sunday morning! My SIL (Mangloreans) makes this nice and thin, and I love it! Somehow I haven't mastered the knack of swirling that pan:(

Purva Desai said...

Neer dosa is my all time fav dish.....
I was searching for the recipe, since longtime...
Now I ve ur simple and easy to make version of neer dosa...
Thanks for sharing

Vidhya said...

Thats yummy and easy. Will give a try soon

Sireesha said...

WOW...looks superb...its new for me...will try it definitely.

sowmya said...

good one Ec..something like aapam made of rice and coconut milk..will try this

Valarmathi said...

Looks like appam. Good one :)

Veda Murthy said...

hey hi.....lovely recipe...i have always liked neer dos...however i had never prepared this one...will give it a try for sure....can u also post the typical red chutney that is served in manglorean hotels with neer dose!

easycrafts said...

Thanks all of you for your comments..

@ Veda...sorry dear, I have no idea regd that chutney..

LG said...

This is a very easy to make dosa and tastes yumm with coconut chutney. That white beauty looks soo good in the plate

Usha said...

Sounds simple and nice...will give this a try :)

Pravs said...

Hey nice to see neer dosa here... looks yum with chutney.

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