leftover rice dosa

Leftover Rice Dosa | How to Make Leftover Rice Dosa

Dosa with leftover rice

Absolutely crisp dosa prepared with a mixture of rice, wheat flour, rice flour, and yogurt. It is such a simple and easy recipe. I often make leftover rice dosa to settle my kids’ sudden hunger pangs. It takes no time and give a perfect dosa.

There are so many ways to use leftover rice. This one is absolutely fuss-free. It just calls for combining a few ingredients, grinding them and it is done. It can be served with chutney for breakfast or with some stuffing along with sambar for lunch or dinner.

Ingredients for Leftover rice dosa

Cooked rice: You can use any variety of cooked rice to make the dosa. I use basmati rice for my day to day cooking. And whenever I have some leftover rice, I use the same to make dosa.

Flour: Rice flour and whole wheat flour is used. Rice flour makes the dosa crisp and wheat flour brings a binding into the dosa.

Yogurt: Yogurt is added for that slight tangy flavor that is there is regular dosa due to fermentation of batter.

Other ingredients: Other than these, salt, baking soda, oil, ghee, and water are required.

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How to serve Leftover Rice Dosa

Serve it hot with chutney of your choice.

Leftover Rice Dosa Recipe

1.This recipe makes 6-8 dosa.

leftover rice dosa

2.In a grinding jar add 1 cup cooked rice, 1 cup rice flour, ¼ cup whole wheat flour, and ¼ cup yogurt.

leftover rice dosa

3.Grind till absolutely smooth. Add water.

leftover rice dosa

4.Set the consistency. It should be like the regular dosa batter.

leftover rice dosa

5.Add in salt to taste.

leftover rice dosa

6.Also add in 1 pinch of baking soda.

leftover rice dosa

7.Mix everything well.

leftover rice dosa

8.Grease a dosa tawa or nonstick tawa with little oil and then just wipe the oil.

leftover rice dosa

9.Spread the batter and make a dosa.

leftover rice dosa

10.Apply little ghee. Cook till crisp. It will leave the pan/tawa when it is done.

leftover rice dosa

11.Serve hot. Bon appetite.

leftover rice dosa

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