Pulse Appe ( Idlis and Dosas) by Tarla Dalal
When served fresh, this Pulse Appe will remind you of scrumptious dal vadas – but the advantage is that this is easier to prepare!
A wholesome batter of four dals and rice is fermented for 12 hours. The next day it is reinforced with flavourful ingredients like spinach, onions, and so on, and ....
Crispy Paper Dosa by Tarla Dalal
Crispy Paper Dosa is a super-star whose fame has carried it from South India to the most famous restaurants all over the world!
As the name suggests, this dosa is golden brown, crispy and so thin that a huge dosa can be made with just a ladle or two of batter.
In hotels, it is generally ....
Spicy Tousali by Tarla Dalal
A South Indian
dish, popular especially in Karnataka, Tousali refers to pancakes that invariably combine rice, coconut and cucumber.
This peppy version adds a few tablespoons of curds and green chillies to the batter, making a really lip-smacking Spicy ....
Tousali by Tarla Dalal
Tousali typically refers to pancakes made with a batter of rice, coconut and cucumber. While Tousali can be spicy or sweet, this mildly sweet version that includes jaggery is a real winner because of its rustic aroma and flavour.
The appetizing aroma of jaggery intensifies when cooked with ghe ....
Pesarattu by Tarla Dalal
When you are in Andhra Pradesh, you must try their famous whole green moong dosas, known as Pesarattu. On the other hand, you can try it right away in your own kitchen!
These delicious green gram dosas include a little bit of rice for crispness, as well as green chillies and ginger for an eleg ....
Pesarattu - Green Moong Dosa by Foodie #9780
Pesarattu or as commonly known as green moong dal Dosa is basically an Andhra specialty . This green moong dal based batter is spread just like dosas and then served hot with coconut chutney as a perfect breakfast option.
Quick Rice Dosa by Tarla Dalal
As this dosa requires no soaking or fermenting, it can be prepared in a jiffy when you are in need of a quick meal.
The addition of cooked rice makes the dosas soft despite not soaking the raw rice. Quick rice dosa should be had immediately with sambhar and chutney.
Moong Dal Dosa ( Idlis and Dosas ) by Tarla Dalal
Just the beautiful golden colour of this Moong Dal Dosa is enough to make you drool! And fortunately it is so tasty it won’t let your appetite down.
Made of par-boiled rice and moong dal, soaked, ground and fermented, these dosas have a deliciously homely flavour and enticing crispness, which ....
Set Dosa ( Idlis and Dosas) by Tarla Dalal
Soft and spongy, this sumptuous dish is perfect for Breakfast
A very popular offering in South Indian
restaurants, Set Dosa is a snack of fluffy, melt-in-the-mouth dosas, which are named so because they are usually ser ....
Jaggery Dosa by Tarla Dalal
Easy and quick sweet dosa made with a combination of flours and jaggery, perked up with grated coconut and spiced up with cardamom!
This dosa is only mildly sweet, so can be served as a teatime snack, but if you wish, you could make a nice sweet and savoury dosa platter by serving this with re ....
Neer Dosa ( Idlis and Dosas) by Tarla Dalal
Nothing like this Neer Dosa to soothe your palate! Made with a simple batter of raw rice, this dosa has a soothing flavour and a mildly chewy texture that is very appealing.
The batter for this dosa does not require any fermentation. Although simplicity is the highlight of the Neer Dosa, it re ....
Crispy Cup Dosa by Tarla Dalal
No, this dosa doesn’t look like a cup. It is called the crispy cup dosa, because one cup each of every ingredient is used—also making it easy to remember and repeat.
A thoughtful combination of fermented dal paste and besan enables you to make this dosa thin, crispy and really golden!
Crispy Cup Dosas by Hpatel7
The crispy cup dosa is a crispy delicious pancake or dosa recipe prepared from a batter comprising of urad dal, chana dal and besan. The cup dosa is enjoyed as breakfast or meal with chutney and a powder made from til seeds, lentils and spice powders.
Dal and Rice Dosa by Tarla Dalal
Quite different from the usual dosa in appearance and flavour, the Dal and Rice Dosa has a dominance of dal flavour, which combines beautifully with sambhar and chutney.
As a more flavourful and aromatic variant, you can add finely chopped methi leaves or drumstick leaves to the batter before ....
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