godi dosa recipe | wheat dosa recipe | godhuma dosa recipe

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godi dosa

godi dosa recipe | wheat dosa recipe | godhuma dosa recipe with step by step photo recipe. godi dosa recipe is an isntant and easy alternative dosa recipe. you can easily try this recipe if you are feeling lazy or want to try different dosa from traditional rice and urad dal dosa. i make godi dosa recipe quite often.

it is an easy and healthy dosa as recipe as it is prepared by wheat flour and mixing it with water. yes thats it. isn’t this recipe is so simple? the dosa batter consistency should be the same as normal dosa batter. also it should be easy enough to spread on the dosa pan in a circular motion.

godhuma dosagodi dosa is a very good option to your kids especially if they do not like to have roti or chapathi. wheat is rich in fibre and is considered as a complete food. it is rich in nutrients and it is must essential for healthy living. moreover, this recipe can be easily sreved to people suffering from diabetes as it contains less carbs and more of proteins.

i think you will certainly love my dosa collections dosa collection like oats dosarava dosamysore masala dosadosa, plain dosaneer dosa etc. godi dosa recipe can be easily served with  chutney recipes: coconut chutneychanna dal chutneyridge gourd chutney, tomato onion chutneysweet potato chutneypeanut chutney.

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godi dosa recipe | wheat dosa recipe | godhuma dosa recipe
 
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godi dosa recipe | wheat dosa recipe | godhuma dosa recipe
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Recipe type: dosa
Cuisine: south indian
Serves: 7-8
Ingredients
  • 2 cups wheat flour
  • 1 tsp cumin seeds / jeera
  • salt to taste
  • oil
  • 1 cup of water
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
  1. in a large bowl, add wheat flour. there should not be any lumps in the wheat flour.
  2. add 1 cup of water. mix it well to make smooth paste.
  3. now add cumin seeds and salt. mix well. add water if required to make dosa batter consistency. keep aside for minimum of 5 minutes.
  4. heat the dosa pan. pour a ladleful of the batter at the centre of dosa pan and start making dosa in circular motion.
  5. sprinkle some oil over the edges.
  6. close and let it cook over steam.
  7. flip on the other side of the dosa and cook it till it turns light brown.
  8. serve hot with chutney or any curry.


godi dosa recipe | wheat dosa recipe | godhuma dosa step by step photo recipe:

  1. in a large bowl, add wheat flour. there should not be any lumps in the wheat flour.
    godi dosa
  2. add 1 cup of water. mix it well to make smooth paste.
    godi dosa
  3. now add cumin seeds and salt. mix well. add water if required to make dosa batter consistency.
    godi dosa
  4. keep aside for minimum of 5 minutes.
    godi dosa
  5. heat the dosa pan. pour a ladleful of the batter at the centre of dosa pan and start making dosa in circular motion.
    godi dosa
  6. sprinkle some oil over the edges.
    godi dosa
  7. close and let it cook over steam.
    godi dosa
  8. flip on the other side of the dosa and cook it till it turns light brown.
    godi dosa
  9. serve hot with chutney or any curry.
    godi dosa


notes:

    1. to make it more crisp add rice flour to the batter.
    2. optionally add green chilies, onions and coriander leaves dosa batter if you wish you need spicy dosa.

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    Hebbar's Kitchen is all about Indian veg recipes. This blog is managed by me Archana and my husband, Sudarshan. I try to post my recipes with simple & easily available ingredients from kitchen. These posts are usually supported by short videos and photo recipes. Learn interesting recipes and share your feedback, as your feedback means a lot to me.

    8 COMMENTS

    1. Mam…I learnt a lot of simple n easy recepies from your blog..It is very useful for the working ladies who search for everyday menu..Thank you for the easiest way of describing the recepies.

    2. Does this dosa be prepared like neer dosa or spread like regular dosa? Because when I prepared it like you said, it just stuck to the tawa.

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