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Dosai (Dosa or Dhosa)   

 

Ingredients :

Urad - 1 cup

Rice : 4 cups

 

Soak

Soak the urad dal and rice separately for about a minimum of 4 hours to 10 hours

 

To grind :

Grind the urad dal well with adding minimum water to it .Grind them well . Empty them in a vessel

Then add the soaked rice, and add water,  grind them well, till it is very smooth.

Then add the rice dough to the urad dough and mix them well, with salt.
To make Dosai

Wait at least 12-24 hours to get the dough to be fermented

 

Preparation

Heat the dosai tawa,  Add the dough and circle the dough and add some oil/ghee to it and close it with a lid
After a few minutes turn the dosa with the help of a spatula.

Serve it hot with chutney,  Sambar

Tip:
The Best rice to use for dosai is Ponni Idli rice and the white Urud 
dal . you can make the dough in the mixer , the taste of the dosai will 
not change much but the idli would not be the same when the flour is ground using the mixer.

You have to soak the rice and dal for about 5 - 12 hours and has to be
ground seperately each about 5-6 minutes in a mixer , about 20 minutes 
each in a grinder, but the time may vary depending on the mixer and the 
grinder you use, just keep feeling the flour , make sure that the flour is well
ground.
 


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