Rava Dosa Recipe

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Rava Dosa
How to make Rava Dosa
  • Recipe Servings: 4
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  • Difficulty Level: Easy

A South Indian breakfast classic! Paper thin dosas made with semolina or sooji.

Ingredients of Rava Dosa

  • 1 cup fine sooji (semolina)
  • 1/2 cup rice flour or plain flour
  • 1 Tbsp oil
  • 1/8 tsp soda bicarb
  • 2 1/2 cups buttermilk
  • 1 tsp coriander chopped fine
  • 2 green chillies chopped fine

How to Make Rava Dosa

  • 1.1. Blend all the ingredients together. Add more buttermilk if necessary.
  • 2.2. The batter should be relatively thin (pouring consistency). Salt to taste. Keep aside for 20 - 30 minutes.
  • 3.3. Heat griddle to very hot, sprinkle some water till it sizzles and quickly pour 1 large spoon of batter on it. Spread by gently rotating the griddle. Lower the heat and when the edges begin to rise or brown, put some oil (1/2 tsp) over dosa, and trail some around it. When the edges begin to rise, ease out the dosa with the spatula under it.
  • 4.4. Roll the dosa in a three-fold cylinder. Serve hot with onion and/or coconut chutneys. Lift with a spatula as for basic dosa.

  • By: Shara Garg 2 years ago
    very good...
  • By: Gaurav Singh 2 years ago
    Rolling beans it's served a very nice south indian food, this is a best South Indian food Truk in Noida Sec. 62. this is pocket friendly food truk, quick service and good ambience. All food and drinks was good but rawa Dosa is very testy... delicious.
  • By: Shipra Wadhawan 2 years ago
    its nice recipe..
  • By: Aprajita Vij 2 years ago
    awesome!! i like it
  • By: kashish sachdeva 2 years ago
    dosas make for a perfectly healthy as well as tasty meal.
  • By: Shitija 2 years ago
    Best south indian snack recipe ! Way better than other ones.
  • By: Sanjay B 2 years ago
    to the writer and the various typical comments below. Absolute ignorance of writer of the article, firstly there is no such cuisine as SOUTH_INDIAN cuisine. the four states have their completely different cuisines and in every state there is are predominantly 5-6 cuisines, completely different from each other. So in total you may have around 25-30 major cuisines, very different from each other and further difference in cuisines, based on local produce and weather. The writer by clubbing all under one name has shown his or her complete lack of awareness and understanding of the word ' cuisince' & it is time, we stopped using the work southindian thali since there is no southindian thali,,,,,,,,,,,,,, there are 30 different thalis all different from each other. Just because all the food is served on BANANA leaf does not make it same. PLs grow up from your typical mentalities and stop STEREOTYPING the southern part of india with your pre-conceived notions and prejudices. START by understanding the various cuisines in every area and then you would be able to call yourself a food critic or a food writer. It is quite sickening to see such articles which cannot distinguish cuisines authenticities.. regards Sanjay B S