July 21, 2007

ONION RAVA DOSA

This is my family's all time favourite breakfast. Very easy, quick and delicious onion rava dosa. This is an instant dosa, which you can prepare within 10minutes. Here is my recipe:


Onion Rava Dosa:
Prep time : 5 minutes
Cooking time : 5 minutes
Serves : 3
Cuisine : Indian

Ingredients:
2 cups fine suji or thin bombay rava or semolina
1 cup rice flour
1 cup yogurt or thick buttermilk
salt as per taste
2 tsp crushed cumin seeds
2 finely chopped green chillies
1 medium finely chopped onion
3 tbsp finley chopped coriander leaves (optional)
1 tbsp finely chopped ginger
oil for making dosas


Method:
1. Blend rava with rice flour, slat, finely chopped green chillies, finely chopped onions, coriander leaves, ginger and cumin seeds. Now add slowly the buttermilk to make a thin batter. It should not watery. Adjust salt.

2. Heat tawa, spread oil with a cloth, pour a laddle full of batter on tawa in a circular motion starting from the outside of tawa. Don't spread batter like normal dosa.

3. Pour 1/2 tsp oil on and around dosa, cook both sides till golden color on medium heat.

4. Serve hot with groundnuts chutney or coconut chutney and sambar.


5. I would like to serve with groundnut chutney.

Note: 1. If you want, you can avoid onions, then it will be "Rava Dosa"
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14 comments:

  1. Rava dosa, its my fav....these ones look yummy.

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  2. Rava dosa looks tasty, but I never succeeded in making one :(
    After seeing your Iam tempted to try once again!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. wow rava dosa looks fabulous...

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  4. Nice recipe Jyothi. Its my all time favorite too. Viji

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  5. What a great traditional breakfast!! Looks mouthwatering girl.Enjoy:)

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  6. Perfect netted texture! :)

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  7. I make something similar...except I don't add rice flour. looks delicious!

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  8. I was not successful in making it once. Will follow this recipe and try it again

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  9. @Hi Bhags, thanks dear.

    @Hi Cinnamon, try this version, hope you will get it like me. Thanks for dropping by.

    @Hi Roopa, thank you.

    @Hi Viji, thanks a lot.

    @Hi Asha, Just love it. Thanks for dropping by.

    @Hi Coffee girl, thanks for your lovley words.

    @Hi Tee, you use only sooji? never tried with only semolina! Next time I will try your version dear. Thanks for dropping by.

    @Hi Hima, try and let me know. Thanks dear.

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  10. the rava dosa texture has come out so well. I am not getting this kind of output. don't know why!!

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  11. Hi Sharmi, you try this version, hope you will get like this texture. Try it and let me know dear. Thanks for dropping by.

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  12. yummmm....this looks great for bfast! now I'm hungry (its almost 9am and I haven't eaten yet and I'm on your site....arrrgghh....hungry....)

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  13. Hi steamykitchen, please have it. I don't mind. Thanks for your lovely words and keep on coming.

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