Monday, June 20, 2011

Rava Dosa / crispy semolina pancake


Rava Dosa is a crispy pancake of South India. It is a derivative of the popular Dosa. This variety of dosa does not require fermentation. It is usually considered as a light meal which can be served for breakfast or dinner.

Ingredients: 
Semolina/ Sooji rava/ Farina- 1 cup 
Maida / All purpose flour- 1/2 cup
Rice flour- 1 cup
Ginger- 1 inch (chopped)
Green Chillies- 2-3
Cumin seeds- 1-2 tsp
Crushed black pepper- 1 tsp
Few broken cashew nuts (optional)
salt to taste
water
oil / ghee to make dosa

Preparation:
Mix the above ingredients with water and bring it to butter milk consistency. Heat a flat pan and sprinkle the batter evenly on the pan with your hand. Add ghee or oil  and cook it on a medium high flame. You would get a crispy Rava Dosa. Rava Dosa can be served with coconut chutney and sambar.

Suggestion: Finely chopped cabbage can be used as a topping for the dosa.

26 comments:

  1. Dosa looks so crispy and delicious..love the fact that it doesn't require fermentation...nice and easy recipe!

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  2. Ravva dosa looks yummy and crispy.Dosa is one of my favorite breakfast,nice preparation.

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  3. Am ready to gobble now for my breakfast...luv your awesome click..:P

    Tasty Appetite

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  4. yummy yummy :) feel like to grab the plate :)

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  5. Rava dosa looks awesome ! Lovely and crispy.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. Whenever we go to a South Indian restaurant, we always order for rawa dosa! Your recipe looks just perfect and your dosa has come out so thin! It needs a lot of practice, isn't it?

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  7. My favorite dosai...make them often.

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  11. Rava dosa looks tempting so much.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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