Dosa is widely prepared in every Indian kitchen. It is quick and easy and makes for a wholesome breakfast when paired with chutney and sambhar.
Andhra dosa, also known as karam dosa, is a popular street food from Andhra Pradesh. Just a bite of this thin and crispy crepes loaded with flavourful masalas transports you to heaven.
If you are someone who loves eating sambar-dosa at restaurants, with the help of these recipes you can make this comforting food combination at home whenever you want!
Today, our love for dosa made us find the recipe for an exciting variation of this delicacy - paneer dosa.
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Making crispy dosas at home can be a real challenge. They often turn out sticky, thick or fall apart later. Beware of these common mistakes.
Ragi is high in fibre and full of nutrients, making it highly beneficial for people suffering from diabetes. You can make this ragi dosa for breakfast or enjoy it any time of the day.
Ragi recipes: Also known as Finger Millet or Nachni in North India, ragi is touted as a health-benefitting whole grain that must be included in one's diet.