instant dosa recipe with left over rice | instant cooked rice dosa recipe

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instant dosa recipe with left over rice | instant cooked rice dosa recipe with detailed photo and video recipe. basically a quick dosa recipe with the leftover rice and wheat flour or atta. this dosa is ideal for weekend morning breakfast.
instant cooked rice dosainstant dosa recipe with left over rice | instant cooked rice dosa recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. this dosa recipe is an easy alternative with your left over rice for those busy mornings. there are many instant dosa, but they are not anywhere near to traditional dosas of south india. however, this instant dosa recipe with cooked rice is amazing alternative and can be prepared in jiffy.

my husband had requested to prepare plain dosa for today’s morning breakfast, but unfortunately i had forgotten to soak rice and urad dal for grinding. also, i had 2 bowls of left over rice from yesterday’s dinner. so immediately i got an idea to prepare the instant dosa from cooked rice. my husband was so surprised with the idea. i have shared idli with cooked rice. in this recipe i have added wheat flour for the consistency of dosa batter. alternatively, you can add maida/plain flour to make it more crispy and white in color.

instant cooked rice dosa

i developed this recipe from my previous post of instant bread masala dosa. i like to customise and prepare variety of dosa recipes, so that it does not become monotonous in our daily breakfast. certainly this instant dosa from left over rice will be your handy option. this can also be prepared with boiled rice or even basmati rice. however, i have used cooked sona masuri rice as we use it for our daily purpose.

serve this instant dosa with choice of your chutney recipebut i personally liked it with coconut chutney or peanut chutney. also i have posted several dosa collections. check out my instant rava uttappa recipeoats dosa rava dosamysore masalayou can serve these dosas, with either chutney collections or sambar collections. also check out my other instant recipes.

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instant dosa recipe with left over rice | instant cooked rice dosa recipe
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Recipe type: breakfast
Cuisine: south indian
Serves: 8 Dosas
Ingredients
  • 1 cup cooked rice
  • ½ cup wheat flour
  • 1 cup rice flour
  • 1 - 1½ cup water, add as required adjusting consistency
  • ¼ cup curd / yogurt
  • salt to taste
  • pinch of baking soda
  • oil for roasting dosa
  • chutney for serving
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
  1. in a blender take 1 cup of cooked rice, ½ cup wheat flour and 1 cup rice flour.
  2. add ½ - to 1 cup of water to blend smooth.
  3. add more water in batches if required and blend to smooth paste. i have used 1½ cup of water in total to blend smooth.
  4. transfer the smooth paste to a large mixing bowl.
  5. add ¼ cup of curd. use normal or sour curd.
  6. now add salt to taste and baking soda.
  7. mix well and get to dosa batter consistency. add more water to adjust consistency.
  8. heat the griddle. sprinkle some oil and wipe off with a tissue. (do not add oil if using non-stick pan)
  9. once the tawa is hot, smear some water over the tawa and wipe off with a tissue paper.
  10. pour a ladleful of batter and spread out in a circular motion.
  11. add some oil on top of the dosa
  12. cook them covered for a minute or till it turns golden brown and crisp.
  13. fold the dosa into half
  14. serve dosa hot with coconut chutney and sambar


instant dosa recipe with left over rice | instant cooked rice dosa step by step photo recipe:

  1. firstly; in a blender take 1 cup of cooked rice, ½ cup wheat flour and 1 cup rice flour.dosa with cooked rice
  2. add ½ – to 1 cup of water to blend smooth. dosa with cooked rice
  3. add more water in batches if required and blend to smooth paste. i have used 1½ cup of water in total to blend smooth.dosa with cooked rice
  4. transfer the smooth paste to a large mixing bowl. and add ¼ cup of curd. use normal or sour curd.dosa with cooked rice
  5. now add salt to taste and baking soda.instant dosa
  6. mix well and get to dosa batter consistency. add more water to adjust consistency.dosa with leftover rice
  7. first of all, heat the griddle. sprinkle some oil and wipe off with a tissue. (do not add oil if using non-stick pan)dosa with leftover rice
  8. once the tawa is hot, smear some water over the tawa and wipe off with a tissue paper.dosa with leftover rice
  9. pour a ladleful of batter and spread out in a circular motion.instant dosa
  10. add some oil on top of the dosa. you can also use ghee as it enhances flavour.instant dosa
  11. furthermore, cook them covered for a minute or till it turns golden brown and crisp.instant dosa
  12. fold the dosa into halfinstant dosa
  13. lastly, serve dosa hot with coconut chutney and sambarinstant cooked rice dosa


notes:

  • alternatively, you can add maida/plain flour to make it more crispy and white in colour.
  • finally, using sour curd makes your dosa perfect.
  • furthermore, to prepare uttapam pour dosa batter bit thick and add some toppings of onion and tomato.
  • baking powder is optional. however, it helps to give nice texture.

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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.

73 COMMENTS

  1. Such an awesome and easy recipe. I was in a fix this morning when my cook did not turn up and had to get my daughter ready for school. Your recipe was so easy to follow and use. Thank you so much ❤️

  2. Hi
    I prepared this for my breakfast today, it came out really well. Thanks for the recipe. I like it, will prepare it more often.
    Thanks
    Aks

  3. I was so impressed with the gobi manchurian recipe and decided to give this dosa a try , but it didnt come out as expected.
    the batter stuck to the tawa and then I wasted the whole dough 🙁 I am a working woman and cook in mornings and leave for work… had to quickly think of another breakfast option 🙁 I did all the steps as mentioned still not sure what missed 🙁
    Can you please give me a perfect dosa recipe I am trying to use home made instead of ready mix…

  4. tried these last night..it was a super hit.
    thank u so much for this super quick recipe.
    Pls share more of these instant recipes 🙂

  5. I love all your instant dosa and idli recipes. Tried 3 of them this week every morning and it turned out so good!! Your videos, recipe cards, pictures and variety of recipes available for busy moms is just AMAZING! You put in a lot of hardworking and we have it so easy just watching and cooking. I will surely try out all the other recipes apart from breakfast this summer .

  6. I tried to make this recipe three different times. The first time was perfect, the other two times it came out not crispy at all. I used maida every time and followed the exact recipe. What went wrong? Please help!

    • it should have worked… however, it again depends on quality of maida.. so next time try to reduce the amount of maida little and try..

  7. Can we use Avalakki / Poha instead of rice floor ? Can we add in some Raagi Flour ?

    I am gonna try and update this message board.

    Adding Wheat flour makes it ‘chappattee-ish’. Mine came out good, but felt like a bit Chappati. I am not enthused by All purpose flour either.

    • raagi flour can be added… however, i have not tried with avalakki…. you can add half half proportion of maida and wheat flour to reduce the chappattee-ish taste.

  8. Hi, this was the first recipe I had tried from your recipes and I tried this 3 times. The first time it came out perfect; however the last two times it came out too soft, soggy texture. I followed the exact recipe. What am I doing wrong

    • how was your dosa batter consistency? if you still having issues, than try with all purpose flour of maida instead of wheat flour.

    • Kanchan :

      This is not official reply from Hebbar’s kitchen… I am just another enthusiast.

      I think your pan got too hot. Once you heat the pan, you may want to lower the flame and sprinkle some water on it to cool it down. Then spread the oil and then batter…Then u raise the flame/heat.

  9. I tried these dosa in the morning and they real yum . I felt dosa missed the crispness so added about a tbspn of fine semolina and made a running Batter they turned out beautiful warm color to dasa as well made it crisp .. love you r recipe .. good going hebbars

  10. Hi ,
    Very nice recipe. I would like to know if i can store the prepared dosa batter ( with left over rice) in refrigerator for about 2 days? Will it be good?

  11. Really innovative thank you so much for such a lovely recipe , very delicious . I had just got this post thru one of my friend on FB yesterday & immediately today morning I prepared my kids my hubby and also my neighbors enjoyed eating . Highly appreciated Chef and now will try all your recipes one after another .

  12. Hi,

    Thank you so much for a lovely collection of recipes. Love watching your cooking videos.

    For this recipe can I use whole wheat flour ie atta where you mention wheat flour?

    Many Thanks,
    S

    • thanks a lot for those wonderful comments. Yes you can use whole wheat flour too. between maida or plain flour is very good option too.

  13. Your instant options are great. Can’t wait to try this recipe. Also love the quick videos and step by step pics all very handy and neatly explained. Quick question can we substitute ragi flour for rice flour? Thanks for sharing all your recipes!!

  14. Hi.. Archana…. You are awesome… I have tried many of your recipes and all have come out very well… Recently tried your instant dosa with cooked rice and also with bread… Both came out crispy and tasty… Yesterday tried your Sabudhana idli… Soft and tasty.. Forgot to take out the pictures… Looking forward for many more recipes.. Thank you

  15. Lovely recipe. Will try it for sure! I am also interested in the ‘idli with cooked rice’ recipe. But the link in your blog isn’t working. Could you share the recipe please?

    • i have already posted idli with cooked rice recipe. check my website.
      between, thanks a lot for those wonderful comments. i really appreciate it.

  16. Tried the dosas this morning. Came out very nice and crispy on the outside and spongy on the inside. Will be making it very often. Thank you for sharing.

  17. hi…ur blog is really gud….i have one query…please can u let me know the substitute of rice flour in instant dosa preparation?? …i have boiled rice bu no rice flour…..how to make a rice flour at home???
    ur reply will help me a lot….i will be grateful to u if u cooul help me out.

    thank u

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