You need –
For the batter
- Semolina/Rava – 1/2 cup
- Rice flour – 1/2 cup
- All purpose flour – 1/4 cup
- Yogurt – 1/4 cup (beaten)
- Onion – 1 medium ,minced or finely chopped
- Green chili – 1, chopped
- Ginger – finely chopped, 1 tablespoon
- coriander leaves – chopped, 2 tablespoon
- Curry leaves – 1 twig, chopped
- cumin seeds – 1/4 teaspoon
- water – as required for mixing
- salt as required
Oil/ghee for drizzling
How to –
In a bowl mix the above ingredients under “for the batter” with enough water and set aside for an hour.
Heat the dosa griddle. Take I ladle of batter and spread into a circular motion (If you are not using a non-stick pan then add a teaspoon of oil and then spread the batter), Drizzle oil/ghee along the edges of the dosa, cover and cook till the base begins to brown.
Uncover and flip the dosa over and cook briefly for a couple of seconds. Flip it back and fold it into half and remove the dosa from the pan.
Into a serving plate and serve hot with your favorite chutney.
26 thoughts on “Rava Dosa”
My fear of making dosa is getting the shape round. Whenever I make (that was years ago, its all over the place. Between the different types of dosa, rava is our fav but sad to say, I am so lazy to make.
Your recipe reminded me that I should try. I still have half a pack of rava and lets see if I can make this weekend, the two extra days of holidays.
Its really tempting and I also adore sambar with it.
i like masala rava dosa.. making me hungry now 🙂
Hey Rekha,Rava dosa looks inviting ..Oh lemmee have my breakfast this is making me hungry:)
Serving tea/coffee in steel tumbler brings back some fond memories.
Hot dosas to go with chutney ….with a hot cup of coffee .. its a perfect breakfast….loved the pics…very authentically arranged in steel plates…I somehow feel the indian dishes taste good in steel plates 🙂
Crispy rava dosa.. Love your clicks..
Rava Dosa looks really yumm crispy and delicious.
Always love them.. But I find it very difficult to re-create at home ! U have done it well dear 🙂
Delicious and lipsmacking 🙂
i love that coffee in the “steel glass”… pls pass that to me… and the platter looks yumm….
A long forgotten item on my 'to try out' list. Thankyou for reminding:) will try out your recipe.
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The rava dosa looks so good Rekha. But more than that, I love that green chutney. It looks perfect 🙂
Wow! Awesome and tasty dosa Rekha 🙂
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