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.
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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Serve it hot with chutney of your choice.
1.This recipe makes 6-8 dosa.
2.In a grinding jar add 1 cup cooked rice, 1 cup rice flour, ¼ cup whole wheat flour, and ¼ cup yogurt.
3.Grind till absolutely smooth. Add water.
4.Set the consistency. It should be like the regular dosa batter.
5.Add in salt to taste.
6.Also add in 1 pinch of baking soda.
7.Mix everything well.
8.Grease a dosa tawa or nonstick tawa with little oil and then just wipe the oil.
9.Spread the batter and make a dosa.
10.Apply little ghee. Cook till crisp. It will leave the pan/tawa when it is done.
11.Serve hot. Bon appetite.
PREP TIME 5 minutes
COOK TIME 10 minutes
TOTAL TIME 15 minutes
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