Ingredients:-

3 cups Raw Rice
1 cup tightly packed atukulu /poha( Indian Beaten Rice )
1 tsp menthulu( Methi seeds)
1/4 cup minapappu( Urad Dal )
1/4 cup sour beaten yogurt
1/2 tbsp salt
a pinch of baking soda



Method:-

Soak rice, methi seeds, and urad dal together overnight for 4-5 hours.
Soak beaten rice or poha /atukulu in seperate bowl with beaten yougurt for 1-2 hrs.
Grind soaked beaten rice first to a smooth paste and set aside .
Grind soaked rice mixture into very smooth paste adding water.Do not add too much water just add enough water to grind.
Add salt and baking soda .
Mix well with hands and keep in a warm place overnight .
Heat griddle or tawa in medium heat, cut onion into half and rub on griddle( This makes dosas to come off without sticking to pan )Pour a laddleful of batter. DO NOT SPREAD, and let it cook gradually over medium heat.
It should look like a thick pancake.
Add very little oil INSIDE the edges of dosa .Once the bubbles are formed let it cook for 1 min or till nicely roasted.Flip and cook one the other side for just 2 sec or till it is slightly roasted.
Serve hot with coconut chutney , allam pachadi (Ginger chutney) or saagu.

This recipe is reaching WYF Breakfast Event hosted by EC.

23 Comments:

  1. Padma said...
    Looks perfect n yummy Sireesha ... nice entry for the event :)
    Sailaja Damodaran said...
    looks perfect..........
    Sujatha said...
    Wow, that spread with bubbles looks great! Have heard about set-dosa but this is the first time I'm seeing a recipe.. Will try this soon..
    Uma said...
    looks so yum Sireesha! You won't believe if I say I never made set dosa before. Your dosas are tempting me too much :)
    Jyoti said...
    Looks great, never made this kind of dosa. Will try.
    Sunanda said...
    Nice Dosa and so easy to cook recipe..ll try try ths....
    Sushma Mallya said...
    looks really good...i make it almost in a similar way....
    rekhas kitchen said...
    It's abit different then my recipe looks so soft and delicious with that chutney yummmmmm.perfect breakfst too.
    Rekha shoban said...
    pls accept a gift from my blog dear
    Priya said...
    Spongy dosa looks soft and prefect...yumm!
    Priti said...
    Perfect for any time of day..looks yum
    Chitra said...
    I loveeeeeee dosa..will sure try this and thanks for passing me the award dear :)
    A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...
    Something different for me...shall try soon..looks so tempting..
    mommythecook said...
    Hi...I love your blog...! :) I love indian food...~
    Shama Nagarajan said...
    lovely yummy recipe....
    Shama Nagarajan said...
    lovely yummy recipe....
    Jaishree said...
    Nice Dosa..looks yum & perfect...
    Vrinda said...
    Yummy dosa,cameout so perfect..
    Jyoti V said...
    Hi Sireesha,

    you got nice blog...lovely dishes..
    keep going...
    LG said...
    Set Dosa has come out nice. I love them.
    Sukanya said...
    I love Dosa and your Set dosa looks perrrrfect....Awards and a Tag for you. Please do collect from my blog.
    EC said...
    Looks so soft and porous..thanks for the entry
    Roshni said...
    Set dosa looks good.. will try it. found this recipe while googling for set dosa

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