instant bread masala dosa recipe | instant bread dosa recipe

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instant bread masala dosa recipe | instant bread dosa recipe with detailed photo and video recipe. bread dosa is a easy and instant breakfast recipe.
instant bread masala dosainstant bread masala dosa recipe | instant bread dosa recipe with step by step photos and video recipe. this a unique and modern way of preparing a instant masala dosa or just plain dosa. this dosa is for those people who crave for fresh south indian breakfast, but is always short of time in early morning. obviously nothing can replace traditional rice and ural dal masala dosabut this is not less than any dosa.

this recipe of instant bread masala dosa was first prepared by mom last year when i visited her. initially i was skeptical about this recipe, but later i was surprised with the outcome. no hassle of soaking rice and urad dal and grinding the batter later to keep it to ferment for overnight. you may get feeling of bread taste in this dosa recipe, but if you are consuming with a coconut chutney or chana dal chutney or any chutney recipe, you will not even feel this dosa is prepared by bread slices.

instant bread dosa

i have used normal sandwich bread in this recipe, but you can certainly try multigrain bread or wholemeal bread. but the sandwich bread is optimal for this recipe as it would give a proper taste, colour and crisp to your instant dosa. one may question about the disadvantages of using the white bread or the plain flour bread, but i would counter argue with the theory of having food outside in a restaurant or in a street stall. moreover, it is ok to have once in a while 🙂

i have posted several south indian breakfast recipes, like idli collections and dosa collections. check out my instant rava uttappa recipeoats dosa rava dosamysore masala dosadosa, plain dosaneer dosa and sandwhich dosayou can serve these dosas, with either chutney collections or sambar collections. also check out my other instant recipes.

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easy and tasty instant bread masala dosa recipe | instant bread dosa recipe
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Recipe type: dosa
Cuisine: south indian
Serves: 7 Dosas
Ingredients
  • 8 bread slices
  • ½ cup sooji / bombay rava / semolina
  • 2 tbsp rice flour
  • ¼ cup curd / yogurt
  • ¼ cup water or as required
  • salt to taste
  • oil for roasting
  • aloo bhaji / potato masala / potato sabzi- for stuffing
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
  1. take 8 bread slices and cut the edges.
  2. crumble the bread slices well with you hand. make sure there are no big pieces of bread.
  3. now add half cup sooji (rava / semolina), 2 tbsp rice flour, ¼ cup curd, ¼ cup water and some salt to taste.
  4. mix them well and allow to soak for 20-30 minutes.
  5. now take the soaked ingredients in a blender and blend to smooth dosa batter consistency. add water if required.
  6. heat the griddle. smear some water over the tawa and wipe off with a tissue paper.
  7. sprinkle some oil and wipe off with a tissue. (do not add oil if using non-stick pan)
  8. once the tawa is hot; pour a ladleful of batter and spread out in a circular motion.
  9. add some oil on top of the dosa
  10. cook them covered for a minute.
  11. add in potato sabzi filling center of the dosa.
  12. cook for 15-30 seconds or till it turns golden brown and crisp.
  13. fold the dosa into half or roll into circular.
  14. serve masala dosa hot with coconut chutney and sambar


instant bread masala dosa recipe | instant bread dosa step by step photo recipe:

  1. take 8 bread slices and cut the edges.
    instant bread masala dosa
  2. crumble the bread slices well with you hand. make sure there are no big pieces of bread.
    instant bread masala dosa
  3. now add half cup sooji (rava / semolina), 2 tbsp rice flour, ¼ cup curd, ¼ cup water and some salt to taste.
    instant bread masala dosa
  4. mix them well and allow to soak for 20-30 minutes.
    instant bread dosa
  5. now take the soaked ingredients in a blender and blend to smooth dosa batter consistency. add water if required.
    instant bread dosa
  6. heat the griddle. smear some water over the tawa and wipe off with a tissue paper.
    instant dosa
  7. sprinkle some oil and wipe off with a tissue. (do not add oil if using non-stick pan)
    instant dosa
  8. once the tawa is hot; pour a ladleful of batter and spread out in a circular motion.
    bread masala dosa
  9. add some oil on top of the dosa
    bread masala dosa
  10. cook them covered for a minute.
    instant bread dosa
  11. add in potato sabzi filling center of the dosa.
    instant bread dosa
  12. cook for 15-30 seconds or till it turns golden brown and crisp. fold the dosa into half or roll into circular.
    instant bread masala dosa
  13. serve masala dosa hot with coconut chutney and sambar.
    instant bread dosa


notes:

  • first of all, add a pinch of baking soda if you want to have good texture. however, bread do contain yeast so i have skipped.
  • in addition, using sour curd makes your bread dosa perfect.
  • furthermore, adding masala is optional, you can also prepare the dosa plain.
  • you can use any bread like wholegrain wheat bread or white bread.
  • finally, to prepare uttapam pour dosa batter bit thick and add some toppings of onion and tomato.

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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.

47 COMMENTS

  1. I made bread dhokla but it turned out to be sour (kadwa) but why and it did not come out of the plate eventhough I followed your receipe except I used garlic paste also. Please reply why.

  2. I am a very big fan of your recipes and tried almost all the recipes . I tried this recipe it came out very well and my baby also liked it . Thanks a lot .

  3. Awesome……..I tried it with wholewheat bread and added some green chillies, curry leaves and cumin seedsinto the batter .a little more water was added than the prescribed one.

  4. this is an amazing recipe…thax for sharing all the yummy recipes.i tried this last night. i did not make masala so topped it with onion and garlic chilli powder. And added lil more of rice flour for extra crisp. we had a yummy dinner. thanks again 🙂 🙂

  5. this is an amazing recipe…thax for sharing all the yummy recipes.
    i tried this last night. i did not make masala so topped it with onion and garlic chilli powder. And added lil more of rice flour for extra crisp. we had a yummy dinner. thanks again 🙂 🙂

  6. I’ve tried plenty of hebbar’s kitchen recipe and they have all turned out great. Out of all of them, the instant bread masala dosa recipe I would avoid. I tried different types of bread with the tava that they used in the video. Regular dosa’s always turn out great on that tava but this one was just too soggy and lumpy when I tried to spread too. Tried 3-4 times with different breads but didn’t make a difference. I will avoid this one.

    • You cab definitely do… i have soaked and grind later so that i can attain right consistency by adding water as required…

  7. Hi
    i tried the dosa today two issues were there first i struggled to spread instead of dosa. i was able to make uttapams and it dint turn crispy??
    i read your comment above on the quality of bread .. but not able to spread any idea??

    Thanks a lot for sharing amazing recipes in easy way… i try something new everyday..
    keep up the good work…

    • spreading issue could be due to the heating of tawa. if the tawa is too hot, you would not be able to spread it. also, quality of bread also play an important role.

  8. Hi, I tried dosa but it didn’t turn crispy as u shown in the video. I used non stick pan. Even I tried uthappam also. Thanks for your recipes. You are amazing. 🙂

  9. Recipe is nice. But my dosas were not crispy. Can you tell me what went wrong i used same measurements as given but still. Thnks!

  10. Tried Instant dosa with cooked rice. It was so tasty & easy to prepare. When pan is getting heated one side we can prepare batter and do dosa. This dosa will be definitely helpful to mothers who search receipes for kids after coming from school. Thankyou very much.

  11. Very nice video views
    Good for working ladies easy to prepare and keep your people happy by making different varieties. Thanks

  12. Hi, I recently started following your blog and totally love all your recipes! Are you using a cast iron dosa tawa? Could you please tell me what brand it is? I live in the US and want to buy one.

    Thanks

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