Thursday, August 24, 2006

Masala Dosa

Masala Dosa

# Masala Dosa is the most popular dish of India.
# Crispy Dosas stuffed with Potato Masala.

Dosa Batter:
1. 2 1/2 cups Raw Rice
2. 1 1/2 cups Boiled Rice (Idli Rice)
3. 1 tsp Methi Seeds (fenugreek)
4. 1 Cup Urad dal
5. Salt to taste
6. Soak for 4 hours and Grind into paste and leave it for fermentation for 8 to 10 hours.

~ Grind Red Dried Chilli and Salt to mix with Dosa Batter.

Masala making:-

1. Boiled Potatoes Medium Size - 3
2. Red Onion Sliced - 2
3. Green Chillies - 2 sliced
4. Tomato 1 cubed into small pieces.
5. Peas (Frozen or fresh) one handful
6. Carrot cut into small cubes - 1/2 cup
7. Salt to taste
8. Mustard seeds
9. Urad and Channa dal - 1 tsp
10. Turmeric Powder - 1/4 tsp
11. Water - 1/2 cup
12. Curry and Coriander leaves

Method:
1. Heat Oil in a pan, add Mustard seeds, Urad dal and Channa dal.
2. Add sliced Onion and Green Chillies fry for 3 to 4 minutes in medium flame
3. Now add Carrot pieces, Peas and fry for a while and pour water on it, cook tillall Vegetables are done.
4. Add Turmeric powder, Tomato pieces and boiled Mashed Potatoes, Salt and cook well tillthe water evaporates.
5. Garnish with Curry and Coriander leaves and keep aside.

Making of Dosa:

1. Heat Dosa pan, wipe it with Oil and spread Dosa on circular motion.
2. Sprinkle some water and oil on Dosa and cook till Crisp.
3. Apply Masala, fold it.

[%] Masala Dosa is a Majedar Dosa. [%]

This is my Contribution towards Weekend Breakfast Blogging by Saffron Trail Nandita.http://saffrontrail.blogspot.com/2006/06/weekend-breakast-blogging-fortnightly.html

12 comments:

Vaishali said...

MT,
Masala Dosa looks yum yum. Especially the Masala/Bhaji has turned out very well. I wish I could come to your place for breakfast this weekend. :)

Menu Today said...

Hi Vaishali,
Yes, U r Welcome any day any time. Thanks.

Krithika said...

This looks delicious !! Thanks for sharing

sudhav said...

MT, Masala Dosa pakka pakka sapidunu polla irruku...will try your version soon and let you know..roomba nandri for this variation..

indosungod said...

MT Masala Dosa is an all time favorite, even if you eat it daily makes you want to eat more.

Foodie's Hope said...

Just one delicious puny little Masala Dosa on the plate ? Not enough for me!! Gimme more..LOL..

Good job MT!

Vineela said...

Hi mm,
Masala Dosa is my favourite.
Dos ai slooking very yummy.
THANKS for sharing.
Vineela

Priya Bhaskaran said...

MT, Just saw dosa recipe at "Samyal blog" and here you are with dosa:) Your masala is totally different from what I make--all I add is just the mashed potato with seasoning-- will try yours soon:)

jayshree said...

Masal dosa is very tempting. My masala will be without tomatoe. Will try this version..Thnx for the recepie

Prema Sundar said...

Hi MenuToday,
Masala dosai is one of my favourite food. Ur masala is different. I make it like poori kizhanghu masala without tomato. Thanks for a diff version..

Foodie's Hope said...

HAPPY GANESHA CHATHURTHI , MT

Menu Today said...

Hi Kirthika,
Thank you so much..

Hi Sudhav,
Thank you for visiting. Hope you like this version.
Hi ISG,
Thanks a lot for visiting my blog.
Hi FH,
Thank u so much. Please come home, I will serve as much as you want.Happy Ganesh Chathurthi!!
Hi Vineela,
Thank you .
Hi Priya, Jayashree, Prema,
Thanks a lot. Please try this version and let me know.