Neer Dosa

by RenjiniSelvan
Neer Dosa
Neer dosa are thin, fluffy and lacy crepes made with ground rice batter. These super soft and tasty dosas are also called as like in Karnataka. The recipe is naturally gluten-free and vegan. This is yet another variety of dosa from the Karnataka cuisine. The word ‘neer’ translates to ‘water’ in tulu language, which means ‘water dosa’. these dosas are so called as the batter is watery and not thick like the usual dosa batter. Neer dosa are easy to prepare as fermentation is not required. you just need to soak the rice for about 4 to 5 hours and then grind it. Once the batter is ready, you can start making the dosas. You can also soak the rice overnight.Apart from coconut chutney, This dosa can also be served with veg sagu or vegetable kurma or potato kurma.
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Neer Dosa
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Cuisine Goa
Prep Time 30 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
  • Rice(basmati or pachari) - 2 cup
  • Coconut(grated) - 1/2
  • Salt(As rqrd) -
  • Water(As rqrd) -
Cuisine Goa
Prep Time 30 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
  • Rice(basmati or pachari) - 2 cup
  • Coconut(grated) - 1/2
  • Salt(As rqrd) -
  • Water(As rqrd) -
Votes: 3
Rating: 5
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Instructions
  1. Wash and soak rice for atleast one hour.
  2. Grind the rice along with grated coconut and salt to a fine paste.
  3. Add plenty of water to the rice paste so that the batter reaches almost the consistency of water.
  4. Heat a nonstick tava and pour one spoonful batter into it.
  5. Rotate the tava as soon as you pour the batter.The thickness of neer dosa should be that of thin paper.
  6. No need to cook the dosa by putting it upside down. Just cover it with a lid and it will get cooked within 2 minutes.
  7. Fold the dosa like a triangle.
  8. :- Serve hot with chutney / sambar / chicken curry / egg curry / potato curry
Recipe Notes

You can explore this dish Neer Dosa – Karnataka Special
You can also visit Easy Rava Dosa

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3 comments

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suja February 10, 2009 - 1:31 pm

how long we have to keep for fermenting

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Amala July 8, 2010 - 5:02 am

Thank you. I have been searching for this recipe since a long time. Thank you once again..

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Renjini Selvan February 16, 2009 - 9:58 am

Hi suja, this is an instant dosa. No need of fermentation. You can make dosa immediately after preparing the batter.

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