The very thought of South Indian cuisine reminds us of the crispy dosas, soft and fluffy idlis, crunchy vadas and more. We just love how light and fulfilling most of the South Indian meals are! There's something unique about the masalas and the ingredients here that make the cuisine stand out in the lot. If you explore in-depth, you would find that Southern gastronomy is much more than just the quintessential dosas and idlis. In fact, the dosas have such unique varieties that will leave you impressed to the core. One such delicious variety is neer dosa. A soft and fluffy crepe, neer dosa finds its origin in the Mangalorean kitchens.
According to food expert Ashwin Rajagopalan, "Neer dosa is light, relatively easy to make and is truly an anytime meal. It translates to water dosa from Tulu. This light-as-air dosa is crafted with rice flour and water. Unlike the regular dosa, this one does not require fermentation. It can be folded almost to the size of a handkerchief." Sounds fascinating, isn't it? This is why we prepared a super easy neer dosa recipe that will help you replicate the same at home without any fuss. All you need to do is prepare the neer dosa, pair it with coconut chutney and put together a wholesome breakfast in the morning.
Although we love neer dosa the most with coconut chutney, you can also pair it with garlic chutney, sambar, chicken curry et al. So, what are you waiting for? Let's take you through neer dosa and coconut chutney recipes for a delicious breakfast. Take a look.
(Also Read: Add These 7 Unique Dosa Recipes To Your Breakfast Menu)
Easy Dosa Recipe: How To Make Neer Dosa:
Take soaked rice in a bowl and add desiccated coconut to it. Grind with little water and add salt to it. Now add water and make a runny batter.
Add a ladle of batter to the pan and cook for 2-3 minutes. That's it. Serve it with a side of your choice.
Watch the detailed recipe in the header section.
How To Make Coconut Chutney:
To make coconut chutney, take grated coconut, green chilli, ginger, salt, tamarind in a jar and grind to form a paste. Add coconut oil to the paste and mix. And your coconut chutney is ready to be served with neer dosa.
Click here for the detailed coconut chutney recipe.
Try this delicious combo for breakfast and let us know how you liked it. And also, do share with us your favourite combo for the morning.
About Somdatta SahaExplorer- this is what Somdatta likes to call herself. Be it in terms of food, people or places, all she craves for is to know the unknown. A simple aglio olio pasta or daal-chawal and a good movie can make her day.