neer dosa recipe | neer dose recipe – udupi mangalore style

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neer dosa recipe | neer dose –  udupi mangalore style recipe with detailed photo and video recipe. neer dose a popular and simple dosa recipe from south karnataka. alternatively, neer dosa can also be prepared with rice flour instead of grounding soaked rice.
neer dosaneer dosa recipe | neer dose –  udupi mangalore style recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. neer dose is typical south canara dosa prepared with soaked rice. in udupi and mangalore region, neer dose / neer dosa is popularly served with chicken curry / chicken sambar, chutney and jaggery- coconut mixture. also, neer dose is also served with sweet rasayana which makes a great combination too. specifically, balehannu rasayana recipe, mango rasayana recipe.

to get perfect neer dosa there are few tips to keep in mind. tawa must be very hot before you pour dosa batter. when you pour the batter, automatically, holes has to form. also the consistency of batter should be watery else you will not get nice crepes. if you like dosa’s then check out my other breakfast recipes like oats dosarava dosawheat dosamysore masala dosadosa, plain dosaneer dosarava idli, idli with cooked rice, poori etc.

neer dosa

neer dose / neer dosa are not just restricted to udupi – mangalore region. it is so widely popular across karnataka and other regions of india. being a vegetarian, i like to have neer dosa with chutney, veg saagu and sometimes with jaggery – coconut mixture.

finally, neer dosa doesn’t require much oil. hence you can eat any number of dosas without any guilt. neer dose when served hot taste great. i do love dosa recipes, and i think you can see in my blog. i have put several dosa recipes like ragi dosa, godi dosa, maida dosa, plain dosa, tuppa dosa, heerekai dosa and rava dosa.

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easy neer dosa recipe | neer dose recipe
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Recipe type: dosa
Cuisine: south india
Serves: 10 Servings
Ingredients
  • 1 cup raw rice (sona masuri / dosa rice)
  • ½ cup thin avalakki / beaten rice / poha
  • ¼ cup coconut, fresh / desiccated
  • salt to taste
  • oil to grease the pan
  • 2-3 cups of water
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
  1. soak the rice overnight, or atleast 4-6 hours.
  2. the next morning, wash the rice in running water and blend along with coconut. (do not add in any water)
  3. blend the rice to smooth batter and collect in a large mixing bowl.
  4. add in required water to make pouring consistency. make sure the consistency is similar to rava dosa batter.
  5. spread some oil over tava and pour the batter over the hot tava. you should be able to see some holes formed while pouring batter over tava. thats the right consistency of batter. if not you need to add some more watter.
  6. smear some oil over the dosa.
  7. cover the dosa with a lid. and allow to cook on medium flame. fold and serve.
  8. serve the neer dosa with chutney or sweet jaggery mixed with coconut.


neer dosa recipe | neer dose step by step photo recipe:

  1. soak the rice overnight, or atleast 4-6 hours.
    neer dosa
  2. the next morning, wash the rice in running water and blend along with coconut and poha. (do not add any water)
    neer dose
  3. blend the rice to smooth batter and collect in a large mixing bowl.
    neer dose
  4. add in required water to make pouring consistency. make sure the consistency is similar to rava dosa batter. (approx 3 cups of water)
    neer dosa
  5. spread some oil over tava and pour the batter over the hot tava. you should be able to see some holes formed while pouring batter over tava. thats the right consistency of batter. if not you need to add some more watter.
    neer dosa
  6. smear some oil over the dosa. (optional)
    neer dosa
  7. cover the dosa with a lid. and allow to cook on medium flame. fold and serve. no need to flip over and cook on other side.
    neer dosa
  8. finally, serve the neer dosa with chutney , saagu or sweet jaggery mixed with coconut.
    neer dosa

click here to check other dosa recipes.


notes:

  • firstly, do not skip avalakki (poha) as it helps to give softness and crispiness to the dosa.
  • also, the batter of dosa should be watery, else the dosa will not be crispy and tasty.
  • furthermore, make sure not to add any water while preparing batter. else you will not be able to make smooth batter.
  • finally, if you are leaving in cold countries, make sure you add in some hot water (if required only)

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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.

32 COMMENTS

  1. Hi
    Are we supposed to add poha? Because I noticed it in the ingredient section but it is not mentioned anywhere in the method section. Kindly confirm . Thank you

  2. In the written recipe, adding poha is missed. I got to know by looking at the picture. Also does the poha needs to be soaked overnight with rice?

    • thanks a lot for those wonderful comments. i really appreciate it. i will try to post it soon. i will soon try to share menaskai recipe too.

  3. Hey I make this all the time only differently. We wash dosa rice and grind it to a powder in the mill. Nope I have flour ready. I mix how much I need for that day with enough water and a little curd. Comes out very well. Will try your method though for sure.

  4. The recipe mentions to add coconut to the rice while blending, but in the list of ingredients that is no quantity of coconut given….. how much should I add.

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