Ada Dosa - All Will Like This

Tea time dosa

Ada Dosa - All Will Like This

Tea time dosa

Category : Snacks, Pure-Vegetarian

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By sreekala babu

Published On: 28 Dec 2006

Rating: 4
22 Votes, 21 Reviews
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20 Minutes
Served : 5
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Put rice, dals and red chillies in water around 1 hr.

Step 2

After 1 hr, grind this.

Step 3

:- Do not grind too much.

Step 4

Cut green chilli, onions, drumstick leaves and curry leaves into small pieces and add this into the batter.

Step 5

Add salt and mix well.

Step 6

Heat 3 spoons of oil in a pan or a kadai.

Step 7

Pour the dosa batter and cook both the sides, till it becomes golden brown color.

Step 8

:- It is a good snack as a whole and there is no need of any chutney too!!

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shilpasreejit

This recipe is a very tasty one..it will be more tastier if we add some pepper while grinding...

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dolls

pls mention which variety of rice,if the measurements cud have been in standard measurements,it wud be easier,there 2 soo many varieties of glass!

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Suja

yummy, healthy

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Shinu P S

Tasty. Easy to make

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Seema Sreemon

Hi, I tried this recipe today in the morning, for breakfast it was a change from my usual puttu, egg omlette, dosa. My hubby liked it.I added lil cumin seeds while grinding which gv a lil punch to the Adas, and also lil pepper which gv a spicy taste, as we prefer spicy food.

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Thomas

Hi sreekala.I would like to know whether we make it like dosas or like parippuvada.That is should we deep fry it or spead it on a tawa like dosa.Thanks

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sreekala

Ya ...u can use the white urad dal...

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jabeen

hi sreekala,, tell me if we can use the normal urad dhal which is in white colour. thanks

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Geetha

Its a fantastic recipee.it helped me a lot.it was a delicious recipee

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sreekala

Ya.. of coruse.n keep the left over in the fridge and can use next day....

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jayalekshmi

We liked it. thanks sreekala, but can i keep the leftover in fridge?

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sreekala

we have to use raw rice...thanks

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fox

What kind of rice and can you use a blender to grind the rice.

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bhavana

hi sreekala your receipe was really excellent even without any chutney we could have it really delicious....... post such gud recepies more

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sreekala

Hello neha...I think these names are common(thur dal and urad dal)...

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Neha

Please mail me the names of the gram used in the recipie in hindi

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lakshmi

they r very tasty.thank u for recipe.pls post more.

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suja

Quick and easy. Thanks.

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ash

This was excellent.. I put coriander leaves and ginger too.. came really good

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sreekala

hi durga, thanku for visiting my receipe...make this batter little thick(like idly batter)then make...it will be very tasty 100% sure

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durga

hi .. I hav one doubt about this.. Should we grind into thick or what...reply me

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