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Brown rice Avacado Masala dosa




Brown rice has become one of my favorite item now a days. My husband doesn’t like change in a recipe, he loves his authentic dosas. The other day I didn’t let him know that I put brown rice instead of white rice for making dosa batter, when I served the steaming dosa from pan he appreciated me very much for the soft dosas. If this recipe got my husbands approval then this should be a full proof recipe to share with anyone. I used Avacado filling instead of regular potato filling to make masala dosa, as I love Avacados so much. 



For brown rice dosa batter
Brown rice 2 cups
Urad dal 1.5 cups
Fenugreek seeds 1 ts
Salt 2 tbsp

For Avacado filling 
Avacado 1
Finely chopped onion 2tbsp
Finely chopped green chili 1ts
Salt to taste
Lemon juice 1 tbsp
Optional - chopped tomato and cilantro 

Method: mix all ingredients and put aside before making dosa. You cannot store this for next day as the Avacado goes bad. You must use it immediately after making it. 

To prepare dosa batter
Soak brown rice, urad dal and fenugreek seeds in a bowl full of water for at least 6 hrs. Grind them to a fine paste and set it in a warm place overnight. There is a good chance of the batter overflow when you left it overnight, I would recommend putting the freshly ground batter in a large bowl which gives plenty of space when it ferments. 

To make dosas 
Add salt to taste and water to the desired consistency. Make dosas and put the Avacado filling in the middle and serve. The creamy taste of Avacado will give a nice flavor to your dosa. I hope you enjoy my recipe. Please post your comments below. 

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