August 3, 2007

Result of Guess Game - Zucchini Besan Puda


Hello friends, thanks for participating in this funny guessing game. But only Richa, guessed correct ingredient that "shredded zucchini". Thanks richa and keep it up dear.


The name of this yummy breakfast is "Zucchini Besan Puda with peanut chutney". Puda means dosa. This dosa is my entry to two great events. They are Mallugirl's Summer Express Cooking Event and also to Nupur's A-Z Indian Vegetables. This week's letter is "Z". Thanks Nupur and Mallugirl. This is my first time trial but result came out fantastic. Taste was awesome. Its very simple and instant dosa to prepare. We can prepare this dosa with in 15 minutes. Am sure that you will enjoy the taste of this dosa like pesarattu (mung bean dosa). So here is my recipe:


Zucchini Besan Dosa:
Prep time : 8 minutes
Cooking time : 5 minutes
Serves : 3
Cuisine : Indian

Ingredients:
1 cup besan flour or shanagapindi
1/4 cup rice flour
1 tsp salt (adjust)
1 tbsp finely chopped green chillies (adjust)
1 cup shredded zucchini (Don't peel)
1 cup water (adjust)
1 tsp cumin seeds
oil for frying dosa

Method: First 8 Minutes for preparation:
1. Wash and grate zucchini and keep aside.

2. chop the green chillies finely and keep aside.

3. Now mix gram flour and rice flour in a bowl, add salt, green chilllies and cumin seeds, mix well, add water, prepare the batter without lumps.

4. Add shredded zucchini to above batter and mix well.


Cooking time : Next 5 minutes:
5. Add more water if required. The consistency of the batter should be thick enough to thickly coat on a spoon when dipped. Heat the iron griddle or non-stick tawa well. Pour a spoonful of batter in the centre, spread with the back of the spoon to a thin round. Pour a tsp of ghee or oil over it.


6. Fry both sides till light golden color. Remove with spatula when crisp.


7. Serve hot with chutney and / or sambar.


Note: 1. Adjust the salt and green chillies according to your spicy level.
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28 comments:

  1. That looks like a delicious instant dosa! Wonderful idea!

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  2. nice idea!!vegetables and dosa in one.thanks. also interesting to see u time it.

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  3. Zucchini Dosa... umm... its looks delicious... and using Zucchini in Dosa, in an interesting idea!!!

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  4. Great Puda!! Looks good for Z:))

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  5. Hello Nupur Jee, thanks for your lovely words and visiting my blog.

    Hi Mallugirl, thanks for dropping by and keep on coming.

    Hi Cinnamon, thanks dear.

    Hi Asha, thanks a lot.

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  6. Zucchini puda looks good!I make something similar called Zucchini pancakes.
    Great entry!

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  7. my first guess was pesarattu
    but i know its not the one.
    so besan fooled me ;)
    good one btw jyothi

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  8. YAY! i won :) where is my prize :)
    puda looks yum, perfect time to get fresh zuchini as well!

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  9. hi tbc, thanks for dropping by.

    Hi Raji, thanks a lot.

    Hi Richa dear. you are the winner. Hhmmm....tell me what do you want? I am ready to give you. Thanks again.

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  10. Zucchini dosa looks crispy and delicious! Good entry!

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  11. Oh my Richa is too good at guessing. nice recipe and great entry.

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  12. thanks tee and keep on coming.

    yeah sharmi, richa, she got it. thanks for dropping by.

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  13. Oh cooool jyothi ... very easy recipe thanks

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  14. Fabulous idea jyothi. Loved it.

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  15. Hi Mala, thanks dear.

    Hi Seec, thanks a lot.

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  16. Girl,you fooled me.That's a good way to incorporate veggies into the diet.

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  17. Very new Jyothi. Looks great. Viji

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  18. jyothi...thats an interesting one....thanks...

    Srivalli
    www.cooking4allseasons.blogspot.com

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  19. Hi Suma, who am I dear? thanks for dropping by.

    Hi Viji, thanks a lot.

    Hi Srivalli, thanks for dropping by.

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  20. Jyothi, that was quite a guessing game! Richa certainly has sharp eyes!

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  21. looks great dosa with zuchini hmm. nice entry :)

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  22. what a great recipe!!! i have lots of crrokneck squash from my garden. this is a good way to use it.

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  23. Hi Sra, you are absolutely correct about richa. Thanks for dropping by.

    Hi Roopa, thanks dear.

    Hi Bee, try it and let me know. Thanks for stopping by and keep on coming.

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  24. very unique and interesting recipe.. will try it out one of these days for sure :)

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  25. Hi N, welcome to my blog and thanks for dropping by. Try it and let me know. Thanks again.

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  26. WOW great idea and nice entry.....

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