Crispy paneer stuffing dosa


We had this dosa at a mall recently and the filling was quite interesting and tangy.

Ingredients

Dosa batter
200 grams paneer cut lengthwise
Salt to taste
1 tsp soya sauce
1 tsp red chilli sauce
1 onion cut lengthwise
Oil

Fry the paneer pieces slightly and keep aside. Heat 1 tsp oil, add onions and fry for a few minutes. Add a bit of salt, soya sauce and red chilli sauce. Finally add the paneer pieces and mix well.

Make thin and crispy dosas and place the paneer filling inside. Roll and cut lengthwise into three or four pieces. Serve immediately with chutney and sambars.

Crispy paneer stuffing dosa goes to Solkadi for the Dosa feast

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13 comments:

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Wow crispy dosa and with paneer inside I will for an extra one!!!

Prathibha said...

Nice crispy dosa with yummy stuffing..

Chitra said...

wow, this is very new to mee..love to try this:)looks yumm!!

Pavithra Kodical said...

My husband would love this dosa :) Good idea of stuffing paneer.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Hmmm sounds new....Looks yum...

Cilantro said...

Looks like chinese dosai. Looks nice and crispy

Priya said...

WOw wat an excellent dish, just love it

myscrawls said...

Wow... crispy and dosas with wonderful paneer stuffing...making me drool :)

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Lovley paneer dosa. My husband loves it. I have never tried it at home though...

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

w...This looks yummy and wonderful..i just loved the snap....So crispy dosa with yummy filling... :)

meeso said...

Those dosa's looks so crispy, mouthwatering!

jayasri said...

Oh!, this is something new !, seems to be nice & yummy with a different flavour with the dosa..

Alka said...

Thats something new..we get a cutting dosa here, in which the regular potato onion stuffing of dosa is spread on a plain dosa with some chopped raw onions, some Chaat masala and the mixture is kinda smeared (instead of simply placing it)and then dosa is rolled and cut this way..the reason for telling u all this is that ur dosa reminded me of that and now i am craving for some...paneer stuffing makes it very unique :-)

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