Poha (beaten Rice) Dosa


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Poha (beaten rice) dosa makes for an anytime snack recipe, whenever hunger strikes. The rice flakes or poha are mixed with rice flour and buttermilk and then spread on non stick pan like dosa. Enjoy this crispy fried poha dosa with chutney.

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  1. Wash poha and rice
  2. Whip tsour curd with water.
  3. Soak poha and rice to the whipped curd for 2 hours.
  4. Grind the mixture to make a fine paste and add salt and leave it overnight.
  5. Mix the batter and in a non-stick pan add little oil.
  6. Put the batter to make dosa and cover it with lid( make thick dosas)
  7. After 5 min remove the dosa from the pan(donot turn the dosa , should be cooked only one side)
  8. Serve the dosa with green chutney or coconut chutney.


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This recipe was contributed by gumaross on 23 Mar 2004


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Poha (beaten Rice) Dosa
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 on 14 Aug 17 06:40 PM


I have a question for you. If I use readily available rice flour, is it ok to mix with the blended poha? If the answer is YES, then what would be the ratio of rice flour to Poha? Your response is highly appreciated. Thank you. PS-I love your recipes
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, You will have to use rice and not rice flour for this recipe....
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16 Aug 17 08:53 AM