Cheese Dosa

I love dosas and I love cheese too...So how long will it take for me to try Srivalli's Cheese dosa idea. Although I have Cheese dosas at restaurants, this is my first attempt at home.


Dosa Batter
Grated cheese

Spread out dosa batter on a hot tava in circular manner to make a dosa. Spread out a little oil on the sides and the grated cheese all over the dosa. Cook on very low flame. When one side turns golden brown, turn and cook on the other side that has cheese, but cook for hardly a minute. It is enough if the cheese starts melting since cooking on low flame would have ensured that the dosa batter is cooked well on both sides.

Serve hot with chutneys or sambhar or just like that.

Here's one last look at it....

Sending this across to WBB-Balanced Breakfast event hosted by Mansi of Fun and Food blog and also to Srivalli's Dosa Mela.

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Srivalli said...

nice to see another dosa and cheese lover here..glad you enjoyed it...infact you can send this to dosa mela too..heheheh..

Kalai said...

Haven't tried this yet, but sounds good!

Unknown said...

Nice entry..Love this innovative idea

Mansi said...

wow, that sure looks and sounds great easy! thanks so much for participating in the event girl!:)

Pooja V said...

i have this all the time in restaurants but never thought of trying it at home.

Dhivya said...

wow!another dosa from u:))great double entry

Raks said...

I too have made it once after tasting this dosa in dosa corner...but never turned the dosa..I will cook only in one side;;))

Purnima said...

The dosa with cheese looks great!
Lovely one! (I used to make amul butter dosa for my chintu cousin-who used to freak on it!) :D thks for sharing, tks to Sri too!

EC said...

@ Srivalli...thanks, sure this would join would mela..I still have one or two dosas in my drafts..once i post them will send you the entire dosa list

@ Kalai, Pooja, Divya, Dhivya , Raks Kitchen and Purnima... thanks a try it out

@ Mansi... Thanks, its my pleasure to be a part of such an healthy event

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