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The rava dosa is nothing but a delectable, crispy and easy to make counter part of the traditional dosa. The rava dosa is usually prepared with fine semolina, rice flour, and all purpose flour. Since the batter doesn't need any fermentation, these crepes can be prepared almost instantly. The addition of onions, chilies and coriander, increases the flavor quotient of the crepes and makes them quite irresistible.
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Neer Dosa
Who can resist the neer dosa? The neer dosa is everybody's favorite. Neer dosa derived its name from the term "neeru" which means "water" in the local languages of Mangalore, namely Kannada and Tulu. The watery consistency of the batter is what's behind the name. It's the neer dosa's simplicity and ease of preparation that has reigned supreme in every Mangalorean house and has gained a lot of popularity outside Mangalore, too. They are eaten for breakfast along with chutney or gravies; some like to enjoy it with leftover curries or a side dish of vegetables. These dosas are so versatile that they can be also introduced during meal times as an accompaniment to meat/fish dishes. See all crepe recipes.
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Maya Kaimal
This pancake batter must ferment. Since fermentation occurs more readily in a tropical climate, Maya Kaimal added yeast to speed up the process, but it is still important to keep the batter in a warm place.
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Dosa, what can be said more about that being a common south indian breakfast which is thoroughly enjoyed right from infants to seniors. Dosa is a gluten free breakfast recipe in case you are allergic to wheat. Dosa can be compared to a pancake that's made more often with the combination of rice and white lentils. None can resist this dish with a spicy hot chutney, sambar or any other non vegetarian curry.
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johnnyson.blake@gmail.com (Kal Pal)
Dosas are always mouth watering. Its very easy to make dosas instantly ONLY if you have the batter ready. Yep to make dosas you need planning like soaking the rice, grinding to batter and never forget the fermentation( leaving the batter overnight ) ...
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This is a specialty of the Konkan region along India's west coast. It can be eaten with store-bought hot pickles, honey or date palm sugar syrup. Or you could pair it up with a curry or stew in place of bread or rice.
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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
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International Recipes
Masala Dosa is South Indian food item.Traditional recipe:3 cups rice not basmati, soaked overnight room temp. water.1 cup urad dal a specific type of lentils avail. at Indian grocery stores no substitution other dals will not work like this ...
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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
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