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Dosa + Pesarattu = Dosattu (Innovation)

Dosattu hehe!!! sound's strange isn't it....
I just experimented with dosa ( indian pan cake/ bread) recipe....Its combo of pesarattu ( green gram dosa) and Dosa
Easy and done with out fermentation, So don't worry if your forget to soak the ingredients for dosa before day.
















Here is the recipe,
Ingredients:
Rice-1cup
Chana dal/ senaga pappu/split gram dal-1/4cup
Moong dal/ pesara pappu/split green gram-1/2cup
Urad dal /minapa pappu/split black gram dal-1/2cup
red chili-4-5 in number
Green chili-2
Ginger 1 inch
Salt to taste
Onions chopped
Method:

  • Take all the cereals mentioned along with red chili and wash them
  • Now soak them overnight ( at least 6hrs) in the enough water.

  • Strain all the water and grind the mixture with ginger + green chili+salt.

  • Now take the skillet and heat 2ts of ghee/ vegetable oil and scoop out one spoon of mixture and spread it on a pan like dosa

  • Add chopped onions on top and press them down with spatula wait for some time cook in a medium flame.

  • Flip when it starts browning.

  • Now the dosattu is ready to serve.
  • Enjoy with chick pea chutney click HERE for recipe click HERE for VIDEO of chutney

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Comments

  1. Loving your dosattu..innovative recipe dear..yum

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  2. love the fact that we don't have to ferment the batter..

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  3. Great...Your dosattu looks perfect and yummy....

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  4. Nice innovative recipe dear... Looks yum...

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  5. I do this in a similar way too .. (Adai) .. i dont use moong though.

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  6. Dosattu looks perfect for breakfast..looks new to me!!

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  7. Interesting innovation :)

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  8. That is indeed a great combo, love the idea and love the part that it didn't need fermentation :)

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