masala dosa recipe | masala dosa batter recipe in mixie

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masala dosa recipe | masala dose batter recipe in mixie with detailed photo and video recipe. basically a thin crepe prepared from rice, urad dal and fenugreek seeds. in addition, it is stuffed with potato masala and served with chutneys and sambar.
masala dosamasala dosa recipe | masala dose batter recipe in mixie with step by step photo and video recipe. a popular south indian breakfast recipe, prepared and served in most of the south indian households. having said that, it is also very popular dish in all other parts of india and overseas too. furthermore, it is even ranked as 4th most popular food of across the globe.

well, i have already posted several variants of dosa recipe with video on my blog. however, i had ignore the simple masala dosa recipe for quite some time. even though i prepare it on a regular basis, but some how i had overlooked this recipe. hence, today i decided to prepare with the left over dosa batter. to dosa batter i have added rava or sooji to make masala dosa crisp and to have golden colour. also while preparing dosa you can apply red chutney, which would be a mysore masala dose. there are many variations  and names of masala dosa like south indian masala dose, mysore masala dose, mumbai mysore masala dosa, butter masala dosa, restaurant or hotel style masala dosa.

masala dosa

furthermore, some tips and tricks to have a crisp masala dosa recipe. firstly, do not forget to add fenugreek seeds while grounding. fenugreek seeds add flavor and rich colour to dosa. secondly, in addition to fenugreek seeds add thin soaked poha or flattened rice while grounding. poha helps to make dosa soft and also with the fermentation process. lastly, cast iron tawa is always recommended for perfect masala dosa recipe. while, i am not denying that you cannot prepare masala dosa in non stick pan. but certainly, you would not get the same result as cast iron tawa.

finally, i would request you to check my other dosa recipes collection and idli recipes collection. particularly, set dosa, plain dosa, neer dosa, dosa mix and rava dosa. in addition do visit my other recipes collection board like,

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easy masala dosa recipe | masala dosa batter recipe in mixie
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Recipe type: breakfast
Cuisine: south indian
Serves: 20 Servings
Ingredients
  • 3 cups rice, sona masuri / dosa rice
  • 1 cup urad dal
  • ½ tsp methi / fenugreek seeds
  • 1 cup thin poha / avalakki / beaten rice
  • 1 tbsp semolina / sooji / bombay rava
  • salt to taste
  • water for soaking
  • 1 cup aloo bhaji / potato masala
  • 5 tbsp oil, for roasting
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
masala dosa batter recipe:
  1. firstly, soak rice and methi seeds for 5 hours.
  2. furthermore, soak urad dal for 3 hours.
  3. transfer the soaked urad dal into blender and blend to smooth and fluffy batter.
  4. pour it into a large bowl and keep aside.
  5. further, blend the soaked rice along with poha adding water if required.
  6. transfer to the same bowl of urad dal batter.
  7. also mix, cover and ferment in a warm place for 8- 12 hours.
  8. additionally, mix and scoop the required batter in a different bowl.
  9. and add rava, salt and water (if required) to the batter and mix well.
masala dosa preparation recipe:
  1. pour a ladleful of the batter on it and spread it in a circular motion thin circle.
  2. also smear a little oil over it.
  3. then cover the dosa for a minute and cook till the bottom of dosa turns golden brown.
  4. further spread a tbsp of aloo bhaji at the centre.
  5. then roll the dosa along with masala.
  6. finally, serve immediately with coconut chutney and sambar.


how to make masala dosa with step by step photo recipe:

masala dosa batter recipe:

  1. firstly, soak 3 cups of rice and methi seeds for 5 hours.
    masala dosa
  2. furthermore, soak urad dal for 3 hours. do not over soak urad dal as they start to smell and do not yield good dosas.
    masala dosa
  3. then drain the water from urad dal and keep aside. you can use it if required while blending. urad dal soaked water helps to fasten the fermentation process.
  4. transfer the soaked urad dal into blender and blend to smooth and fluffy batter. add drained water if required.
    masala dosa
  5. pour it into a large bowl and keep aside.
  6. further, blend the soaked rice along with poha adding water if required. adding poha makes dosa slightly soft and crispy.
    masala dosa
  7. blend to slightly coarse paste. this helps to give nice texture to dosa.
    masala dosa
  8. further, transfer to the same bowl of urad dal batter.
    masala dose
  9. mix well with the help of spoon.
    masala dose
  10. further, cover and ferment in a warm place for 8- 12 hours. the next day you can see the batter has raised well indicating its well fermented.
    masala dose
  11. additionally, mix the batter slightly without spoiling the air incorporated in batter.
    masala dose
  12. further scoop the required batter in a different bowl.
    masala dose
  13. and add rava, salt and water (if required) to the batter and mix well. rava helps to make dosa crispy.
    masala dosa batter recipe in mixie

masala dosa preparation recipe:

  1. heat the griddle. smear some oil over the tawa and wipe off with a tissue paper. (do not add oil if using non-stick pan)
    masala dosa batter recipe in mixie
  2. furthermore, sprinkle some water and wipe off with wet cloth or tissue.
    masala dosa batter recipe in mixie
  3. and pour a ladleful of the batter on it and spread it in a circular motion thin circle.
    masala dosa batter recipe in mixie
  4. also smear a little oil over it.
    masala dosa batter recipe in mixie
  5. then cover the dosa for a minute and cook till the bottom of dosa turns golden brown.
    masala dosa
  6. further spread a tbsp of aloo bhaji at the centre.
    masala dosa
  7. then roll the dosa along with masala.
    masala dosa
  8. finally, serve immediately with coconut chutney and sambar.
    masala dosa


notes:

  • firstly, adding semolina makes dosa crispy and tasty.
  • additionally, add in salt to required batter only. the remaining batter you can store in a airtight container and refrigerate.
  • furthermore, add a pinch of sugar if the dosa is not turning golden in colour.
  • finally, roast the dosa on medium flame to get nice golden and crispy masala 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.

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  2. it s really really awesome…this is the first time i done a proper cooking for watching online cooking lik this …….i really really thank this hebbers kitchen…..

    • app konsa tawa use karte ho? non stick tawa? non stick tawa mai mushkil hai. cast iron tawa use kare for better results.

    • Minal, even non stick can get you brown dosa. For the above quantity of ingredients just add 2tbsp of chana dal . Soak and grind same method as mentioned. While frying, keep medium heat while spreading the batter and keep high heat after spreading, it will make dosa brown.

      Mrs Hebbar – thank you for all your wonderful recipes. Im also from Mangalore (ami konkani but Christian 🙂 ). I was so crazy about your videos, I wanted to know the face behind those beautiful hands, finally googled and found your pic and interview on one website..lol… kinda crazy fan!! You are as beautiful as those hands 🙂

      • Thanks sweety for your tip here. yes you can add chana dal to make it golden in colour, however be aware that besan or chana dal may turn dosa into rubbery. thanks a lot for those nice words 🙂

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